TEXARKANA, AR. -- Authorities are investigating a deadly car accident that killed three college students. It happened before 2am Saturday on I-30 outside of Texarkana. State police say a car carrying six students was getting on I-30 after changing a flat tire. Then an 18-wheeler struck them. A Texarkana college student and two other students at Texas A&M University-Texarkana were pronounced
STUTTGART, AR -- Duck season is officially in full swing as of Saturday and thousands of hunters have arrived in the natural state to partake in the sport. On the drive to Stuttgart, thousands of ducks and geese flock the area in the sky and lakes. It is the perfect scenery for avid, life-long hunters like Richie McCulloch. "It's being
PULASKI COUNTY,AR - Diane and Mike Westbrook are the youngest of nine siblings. When their parents died they left them their home. Unfortunately, it was worn and needed work. The Pulaski Habitat for Humanity helped out. The Organization says more than 3,500 volunteers hours and more than 200 volunteers later they were able to build a new home at a
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Dozens are getting into the spirit of giving at the Carti Tux n Trees fundraiser. The event raises money for cancer treatment and patient needs at Carti. Guests enjoyed live music, silent auctions and fine dining. We caught up with one keynote speaker who is also a winner in the fight against cancer. "Whether it's large or small,
LITTLE ROCK, AR. -- Church volunteers packed gifts to send to children around the world. Volunteers at Immanuel Baptist Church packed toys, crayons and toiletries for Operation Christmas Child. "For many this will be the only Christmas gift that they get, and of course for us it's not only the gifts inside, we also put pictures, and handwritten notes and let
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Community leaders and family joined a Little Rock woman celebrating her 100th birthday. Dozens honored Mrs. Priscilla Boyle. She was born in 1914 in Moscow, Arkansas. Loved ones say she's been very active in her church and with the youth.
LITTLE ROCK, AR. -- UALR starts a new smart phone app to keep students safe on and off campus. The university encourages students to download the Guardian app. It's free and allows students to report their locations to campus police, report a crime and contact Little Rock Police. "The more options we give our students the better capable they are of
LITTLE ROCK, AR.-After three months of meeting, Saturday the William Laman Public library's interim director announced she's making decisions to keep the library systems open. After crunching the numbers on bonds owed and constructions bills from the new Argenta branch, Director Mary Furlough says she must make cuts or close the doors. "We have been coming to the library since
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- The Arkansas Razorbacks defeated #8 Ole Miss 30-0 Saturday in Fayetteville at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. The game marked the team's 6th win of the season making them eligible to play in a bowl game. We'll have much more later this evening. From Razorback Athletics: "Propelled behind a stifling Arkansas defense, the Razorbacks trounced their second
LITTLE ROCK, AR (News Release) - Governor Beebe's weekly radio address: Giving Thanks and Giving Purpose To download the file directly, click here . This Thanksgiving, many of us are looking forward to joining with family and friends and to the break from life's demands that the holiday affords us. But in President John F. Kennedy's final Thanksgiving proclamation,
CONWAY, AR -- A man has been arrested in North Carolina after allegedly robbing a bank in Conway. 29-year-old Aaron Taylor faces a charge of aggravated robbery. FBI agents in Arkansas and North Carolina assisted in located Taylor. Police say he is the man seen in surveillance video robbing the Arvest Bank at 812 Oak Street on Veteran's Day. According
RUSSELLVILLE, AR - "Have a good day." That's what a man armed with a shotgun said after he held up the Tobacco Row store in Russellville one week ago tonight. Police say they are still hunting for the criminal behind the white cloth mask and manners. Employees say they didn't hear the politeness everyone is talking about because they were
LITTLE ROCK, AR (News release) - Improvements to U.S. Highway 67 will require a detour in White County, according to Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department (AHTD) officials. Crews will be repairing the southbound shoulder within a 5-mile construction area between Highways 157 and 167. The work will require detouring traffic at Exit 51 (Hwy. 157 Exit) near Judsonia. Drivers
PINE BLUFF, AR - The Pine Bluff Police Department is repeating its request for help in a missing person case from 20 years ago. It was on May 9, 1994 that Cleashindra Hall, 18, left her place of employment at 5309 Faucett Rd. at around 8:30 p.m. She was wearing a 2-piece white and blue short set with polka dots
LITTLE ROCK, AR (News release) - Mosaic Templars Cultural Center will celebrate the holiday season with its annual Open House, featuring the 3rd annual “Say it Ain’t Say’s” Sweet Potato Pie Contest, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 7. In addition to the baking competition, the Open House event will feature performances by the Central High Madrigals, The
LITTLE ROCK, AR (News release) - Construction work will require lane closures on Interstate 40 in Pulaski County, according to Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department (AHTD) officials. Crews will be installing a precast barrier wall along eastbound and westbound inside lanes on Interstate 40 between Highway 365 at the Morgan/Maumelle exit to Interstate 430 in North Little Rock. On
LITTLE ROCK, AR - It's a big night for high school football across the state. The playoffs are in full swing, and excitement is in the air. But numbers show a surprising decline in football participation. The map above shows Arkansas and all our bordering states. You can see the decline in high school football participation over the last seven
LITTLE ROCK, AR - More than 30 student spent their afternoon in the Hall High School library with hopes of going to college. The students were provided with laptops and college applications to get a jump start on the process. It's all part of the American College Application Campaign, giving students the tools to further their education. The Arkansas Department
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Thursday, was a bitter sweet day for gay marriage supporters. Their cause was taken up by the state Supreme Court and a federal judge but the day prior a long-time activist lost his battle with cancer. After being together for eight years, Allan and Steve Thomas made it official May 12 during a brief period when
LITTLE ROCK, AR (News release) - Science Café Little Rock, co-sponsored by the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS), will hold its next public forum, Hunting the Elements: Materials Science, on Nov. 25. Panelists will discuss Arkansas’ mineral and other geological resources as well as education efforts, construction materials and the environment. The topic is in conjunction with
EL DORADO, AR ( KTVE ) - Last week's results that gave Frank Hash a re-election victory in the mayor's race are now official. The Union County Election Commission held a public meeting Thursday night at the courthouse for an election recount requested by mayoral candidate Tony Henry, a city councilman. The Election Commission and the Union County Clerk counted
FAYETTEVILLE, AR ( KNWA ) - Two candidates for Ward 1 Alderman in Fayetteville, are in a race that's headed to a runoff. But now, an article written in 2012 by one of those candidates, Paul Phaneuf, is now getting attention online. "Anybody that's ever watched Saturday Night Live, or read Alice in Wonderland understands what satire is. I'm a
Political Analyst Bill Vickery and Jessica DeLoach debate immigration reform.
The holiday season is here and with it comes lots of opportunities to indulge at parties and family gatherings! While you can’t always control what’s on the buffet over Thanksgiving, you can control what you eat at work. Tip #1 – Bring your lunch. While it’s an obvious choice, spend extra time at the beginning of the week planning what
Brad Baltz, M.D. - Dr. Baltz is a hematologist/oncologist with CARTI, and we thought he could talk a little about what CARTI is, what it does and how funds raised from the Festival are used to impact the lives of its cancer patients.
After the dose of abnormal cold that we are about to experience later this week, I’m guessing that viewers will be interested in a segment on how best to utilize the space (and contents) in the trunk of your vehicle as we move into a time of the year when icy conditions can set up, and folks are more prone
Kelly Rickard & Sonia Worsham, Stroll Through the Forest – In addition to both being former chairs of the Festival, Kelly and Sonia have also been lead tree designers for the Festival for the past 15 years or so. They share a little about the number of volunteers it takes to put on an event of this scope, as well
RUSSELLVILLE, AR (News release) - Students in the residence halls at Arkansas Tech University helped ensure many in need would have a holiday meal. The students collected meal kits as part of the annual Helping Halls initiative, which is hosted by the Office of Residence Life. Featuring the basic holiday staples, the kits will be paired with a ham or
IDA, AR - Terry Byrd's 72-year-old mother, Maxine Byrd, shoot a 9 point deer in the woods behind their Ida home. What they thought was a buck, turned out to be a doe. Terry explains the gender discovery to Susanne Brunner in this Web Extra. Watch the story here .