PINE BLUFF, AR -- A heated debate sparks up during the Jefferson County Election Commission's meeting. One of the commissioners says the county clerk used her office as a way to back-date some election filing documents. According to one of the election commissioners, the county clerk wanted her name changed on the ballot to reflect her title after she found
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Five-year-old Thara is awaiting an assignment to a new school. I met her and her mother just a few steps away from Geyer Springs Elementary where the five year old wandered from last week. According to the girl's mother, her daughter was told by a teacher to go to the library to meet with her classmates.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Students at Gibbs Magnet Elementary School had some very special visitors this morning. The Arkansas Council on International Visitors introduced five Russians to the students with hopes they'll learn more about their culture and vice versa. They danced, sang, and even spoke about the conflict with Ukraine. "We hope the time will come when a referendum
( KNWA ) - "That's a good question," said Huckabee, when asked if we considering another run for president in 2016. "I wish I could give you the answer, but I don't know it yet." We heard the same thing in 2012, but -- financially speaking -- the former governor of the Natural State is in better shape to run
PINE BLUFF, AR -- Pine Bluff police use a new tactic to curb crime in the city. It's called the High Point Initiative -- founded by officers from the High Point, North Carolina, police department. With this approach, violent offenders are paired with community members to connect them with positive programs -- like getting their GED and finding a job.
LITTLE ROCK, AR (News release) - The Little Rock Police Department will join state and county law enforcement agencies in a two-week mobilization scheduled from March 10-23 to increase seat belt use among young drivers and passengers and ultimately save lives. Law enforcement officers across the state will be stepping up their enforcement of safety belt laws as part of
LITTLE ROCK, AR - It's time again for an annual event to make the capital city sparkle. The 5th Annual Citywide Cleanup is Saturday (March 8) from 8:30 a.m. to noon. Mayor Mark Stodola will kickoff the cleanup at 8 a.m. at Western Hills Park (5207 Western Hills Avenue). Joining him in the project will be: students from Central High
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR - Some of the biggest names in music are coming to Verizon Arena in June for a one-of-a-kind concert. Michael McDonald, Kenny Loggins, The Pointer Sisters and Nile Rodgers & Chic will perform on Friday, June 20 at 7:30 as part of " Night of the Proms ." Ticket prices are $45, $83 and $99 and
LITTLE ROCK, AR - A Federal Court jury is getting ready to hear the wiretap conversations between former Arkansas Treasurer Martha Shoffner and state broker Steele Stephens. Stephens is the broker for St. Bernard Financial Services in Russellville. That's the company that got a majority of the state's business during Shoffner's tenure. On the stand today was Janice Lewis, Shoffner's
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- New information is being released about the case of a Little Rock School District (LRSD) teacher who showed an inappropriate image to her class. A copy of the teacher's statement (see attached) has been uncovered. In a statement to parents, the unidentified teacher told them, "I would like to personally apologize for an inappropriate and unprofessional
Political Plays of the week include: the case of Burkhalter, Martha Shoffner case, Tom Cotton and Mark Pryor rivalry, and Mike Maggio social media post.
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