LITTLE ROCK, AR -- At Arkansas Children's Hospital, many kids who are sick or hurt can not leave to go to school -- but they get school brought to them. A teacher actually goes to the child's bedside and basically works as a tutor making sure each student is keeping up with his or her studies. We got an opportunity
PULASKI COUNTY, AR -- People in the Pulaski County community -- of Ferndale -- are still searching for a dog with a water jug stuck on it's head. Folks first spotted the pup -- now known as Fern -- last month near the intersection of Kanis and Ferndale Cutoff. There's a hole on top of the water jug, so the
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Democratic Candidate for Attorney General Nate Steel is unveiling his plan for Arkansas today. He presented a seven point legislative agenda he plans to implement if elected to office. One of the points focusing on strengthening child sex predator laws as well as creating criminal justice transparency. "I think this state has a real parole problem
MAUMELLE, AR – Sunday’s heavy rains caused several apartments at The Gables at Maumelle to flood. 24 units sustained heavy water damage, forcing 21 families to move. Michelle Cook from The Gables at Maumelle said, "It's very difficult, it's very difficult. It's a life event for people. Obviously we love our residents and we don't want to have to lose
JONESBORO, AR (News Release) — Unanticipated challenges with providing sufficient infrastructure such as water and power to the proposed Queretaro campus site have led Arkansas State University’s Mexico partners to request a new target opening of 2016, Chancellor Tim Hudson said today. “We and our partners in Mexico remain 100 percent committed to this campus,” Hudson said. “Everyone knew the
LITTLE ROCK, AR - An Arkansas family is waiting for the immigration process in Mexico, as a father and husband is trying to become a U.S. Citizen. In 2013, Oscar Alcazar went back to Mexico to start the process of becoming a citizen of the United States, a year and a half later his family is still waiting for him
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Sen. Mark Pryor (D) has debuted a new campaign ad where he and his father highlight the benefits of the Affordable Care Act. The advertisement is already airing on KARK-TV. "When Mark was diagnosed with cancer, we thought we might lose him," former Senator David Pryor says in the ad. "Mark’s insurance company didn't want to
FAYETTEVILLE, AR (KNWA) -Ordinance 119. A hot button issue drawing concern of businesses in Fayetteville. Some business owners expressing concerns this ordinance will interfere with their day-to-day operations. Businesses we spoke with say they're for civil rights, but the wording of the amendment is what concerns some of them. "I don't disagree with what they're trying to do. I, I
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Mitt Romney continuing his tour of Arkansas today as he threw his support behind Tom Cotton for senate. "By electing Tom Cotton you are going to see a different direction in America," said Romney. The 2012 republican presidential nominee joined Congressman Cotton in North Little Rock this morning. Romney endorsed Asa Hutchinson for Governor on Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK, AR- Arkansas based Heifer International is mourning the loss of project beneficiaries in Nepal after the country was hit with days of torrential rain and severe flooding. The worldwide organization continues to receive a steady stream of updates from staff in Nepal. They're reporting close to 50 project beneficiaries killed by the flooding. About 100 farmers are still
During Mallory Brooks recent trip to New York City she sat down with NBC Today Show Anchor Natalie Morales to talk about balancing the crazy hours of the morning shift and being a mom.
August is breastfeeding awareness month, which is aimed at empowering women to commit to breastfeeding. What potential or expecting mothers need to know is that breastfeeding is important with extraordinary benefits to both mother and child. There are also many free resources out there for mothers who have questions, concerns, need help or just want support from other mothers, including