LITTLE ROCK, AR. -- Police responded to a shooting in the 10300 block of Baseline Road around 10:45 this evening. Officials say two people were found shot in the roadway. Both victims are reported to be in critical condition. No other details are available at this time.
DEGRAY LAKE, AR -- A once injured bald eagle is released back into the wild today. The release happened at Degray Lake in Southwest Arkansas this afternoon. Dozens of people gathered around to see the beauty take to the sky. The man who helped release the bird is Rodney Paul with the Raptor Rehab of Central Arkansas. He said, "It's
BENTON, AR -- A family is salvaging what it can after a fire damaged memorabilia at a Benton cemetery earlier this week. Heidi Addie walked a sad trail to her mother's grave on Saturday. She said she visited the grave site once every other month or when she had the mental strength. Seing her mother's grave surrounded by burned grass
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- A Central Arkansas jewelry store is hiring more help to ensure their store stays safe. Management say they aren't taking any chances. The store has hired armed guards and are implementing new protocols for staff. On Wednesday Police say four men in hoodies entered the Little Rock store around 2 P.M. Using hammers, they smashed the
DREW COUNTY, AR -- A Drew County man has been missing for nearly two and a half weeks. Authorities say 36-year-old Barry Harmon disappeared from an area north of Monticello January 6th. Several state and local agencies have taken part in Harmon's search. Contact Drew County police if you know of Harmon's whereabouts.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Hunters from across the state attends this weekend 25th Annual Big Buck Classic. The event started in 1990 as a way to get people from different parts of the state to share stories of the buck that got away, or boasting which region produces the best deer. "We raise a lot of money for Make A Wish
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Road construction is closing lanes at the Big Rock Interchange in Little Rock. According to Arkansas State Highway and Transportation officials, crews will be working on curb and gutter areas on the interchange. Construction will require closing of the inside lane of Interstate -630 westbound from the Interstate-430 bridge and the inside lanes of both northbound and
LITTLE ROCK AR -- A crowd took over the steps of the State Capitol for the 5th Annual Reproductive Justice event. Local students, members of the A.C.L.U and other attendees showed their support of the Supreme Court's landmark decision on Roe versus Wade, affirming a woman's right to an abortion. "If this is the true definition of democracy then we are
CAVE CITY, AR -- The U.S. Geological Survey detected a small earthquake in North Central Arkansas. The agency reports the 2.3 magnitude quake took place shortly after 12:30 a.m. Saturday about 14 miles north of Cave City in Sharp County. A quake of that size can barely be felt and usually does not cause any damage.
BATESVILLE, AR -- Drivers in Batesville say they've had enough of truckers taking the wrong route and putting their safety at risk. It's happening at the intersection of Harrison and St. Louis Street. In the last week, two tractor trailers have gotten stuck. The pole holding the traffic lights were badly scraped but the street lamp had to be uprooted.
Update (2 p.m.): GARLAND COUNTY, AR - A manhunt near Cutter Morning Star School in Garland County has been called off, according to the Garland County Sheriff's Office. The search began earlier this morning after a suspect allegedly opened fire at a Fountain Lake School employee when he was caught stealing gas. At this time the GCSO says they do
LITTLE ROCK, AR - The Arkansas Ethics Commission is dismissing a complaint against Attorney General Leslie Rutledge following a meeting that was several hours long. Blogger and attorney Matt Campbell had filed the complaint, questioning coordination between Rutledge and the Republican Attorney General Association for shooting an ad during the campaign. He also believed ad buys by the group counted
JONESBORO, AR - Many of the dogs at the Northeast Arkansas Humane Society in Jonesboro are infected with a virus that could be airborne. Experts say a virus spreads through a shelter like this every seven to ten years. But until this virus runs its course, the dogs inside the building behind me aren't going anywhere. "It's not covering folks
CEDARVILLE, AR - A Cedarville Elementary School teacher is under investigation after her school district says she showed an inappropriate video to second graders on Martin Luther King day. The video is from an episode of the adult swim show "The Boondocks". It shows a fictionalized version of Doctor King alive, and criticizing much of black culture with profane and
LITTLE ROCK, AR - A Jacksonville funeral director has been fined $10,000 and voluntarily surrendered his licenses after a state board discusses an inspector's review of a facility which noted a string of violations. The Arkansas State Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors held a hearing this afternoon to discuss the conditions at Arkansas Funeral Care, owned and operated by
FAULKNER COUNTY, AR - The towns of Mayflower and Vilonia continue rebuilding after the devastating tornadoes, and this week they're getting help from college students in New York. It's all part of a group called Bridges, Jewish Muslim Interfaith Dialogue at NYU spend a week every year volunteering in an area hit by a natural disaster. Last year, they rebuilt
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR -- A mysterious phone call being made to folks in North Little Rock is giving hints of a push for a huge development project in the city. During a short survey people were asked if they would support a tax hike, in part, to fund new development. "I think we miss a lot of business every
CABOT, AR - It has been six months since Teresa Roach has heard from her son Steven. "Please I just want my son to be brought home," said Roach. On Friday tears filled Roach's eyes as another day passed following her son's disappearance on June 30 of last year. "They told me they couldn't tell me nothing. It's been like
(News Release) - At about 4 p.m. Thursday, a new fire was discovered by NPS staff, burning near the Rush Campground (Marion County). Two NPS handcrews and one strike team responded to the approximately 60-acre fire. The fire is within the Rush Historic District, a National Register of Historic Places listed area that embraces the 19th century zinc mines
Update (Jan. 23): LITTLE ROCK, AR - The number of flu deaths in Arkansas has risen to 25. The Arkansas Department of Health says the victim's ages were: 19 deaths in people over age 65 4 deaths in people 45-64 2 deaths in people 25-44 Update (Jan. 22): LITTLE ROCK, AR - The number of flu deaths in Arkansas has