LITTLE ROCK, AR (News release) - For the 18th consecutive year, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission approved a 60-day hunting season for waterfowl. The vote came last week during the Commission’s monthly meeting. AGFC Waterfowl Program Coordinator Luke Naylor presented the Commission with the late migratory season proposals. “Habitat conditions were improved or similar to last year in many
MAUMELLE, AR - The City of Maumelle is receiving a legal warning over consolidated sanitation and water bills. A letter from the Ritter Law Firm warns the arrangement is beyond the legal powers of the city and Maumelle Water Management. It also states it would also violate the due process rights of Maumelle citizens. The city has been looking for
LITTLE ROCK, AR (News Release) - Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site and the National Park Service, in collaboration with the Little Rock Film Festival, Little Rock Central High School, the City of Little Rock, Central High Museum, Inc., Conyers Institute of Public Policy, Arkansas State Film Commission, and Beacon Hill Scholars (Boston, MA), welcome Academy Award-winning director
LITTLE ROCK,--The brother of a man shot by former boxing champion Jermain Taylor says, he would not press charges against Taylor, who is also his cousin. Tyrone Hinton's brother says they grew up close to their cousin, Taylor, and while he would not comment on what lead to the violent incident, he says, ultimately they are family first. "It's hard,
BRYANT, AR -- Melissa Brown is a 33-year-old single mother and disabled Iraq War veteran who stepped up to help in the wake of the April 27th tornado. Brown and some other volunteers called themselves "The Misfits of Mayhem" and worked to get crucial supplies to some of the hardest hit areas of Mayflower. "We were just people from surrounding
SHERWOOD, AR – Currently there are six high schools in the Pulaski County Special School District. None are able to host a track meet, but in a couple of weeks one of them will. Construction crews started laying down turf on Sylvan Hills High School’s football and track fields on Wednesday. The project started in early June, but Wednesday marked
SOLGOHACHIA, AR- Does three hours sound like a long time for you to get to and from school? Some Conway County parents are frustrated this is the reality their kids face. One couple says the South Conway County School District (SCCSD) just tacked on an additional hour to their children's bus trip. Bus drivers are getting more routes and it's
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR - On Wednesday, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was in Arkansas to endorse Republican candidate, Asa Hutchinson. Christie talks about the possibility of running for president in 2016.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR – On Wednesday, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie made campaign stops in Arkansas on behalf of Asa Hutchinson in the governor’s race. Christie's visit to Lindsey's Hospitality house in North Little Rock comes after private Republican Governors Association events for Hutchinson in the northwest corner of the state. Christie, hit two other closed events in the
The Pulaski County Quorum Court approved an ordinance allowing the Pulaski County Judge to sign contracts with each of the county's five largest cities to fund the local jail. The five cities were initially part of an inter-local agreement signed about two decades ago. That expired on August 1, 2014. Maumelle, Sherwood and North Little Rock are reportedly already on
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Cycling is a big part of Tom Turner's life. So when he found out he suffered from an irregular heartbeat, "That's when it all started," explained Turner. he wanted to fix it fast and get back on the trails. That fix would come from CHI St.Vincent's Hospital. "I'm glad I did it I would recommend it,"
(Update, 11:13 a.m.): LITTLE ROCK, AR - Jermain Taylor walked out of the Pulaski County Jail minutes ago after posting his $25,000 bond. (Original Story): LITTLE ROCK, AR - Professional middleweight boxer Jermain Taylor has pleaded not guilty to charges of aggravated assault and domestic battery in the shooting of his cousin at Taylor's home in north Pulaski County Tuesday night.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - The mom is happy her daughter is alive but she's upset that kids in the area of 21st and Pine Street where this shooting happened can't play outside. The mom says she didn't know her kids were locked out of the house on Monday night when she left to go pick up her husband from work.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is getting a taste of the south while making campaign stops on behalf of Asa Hutchinson in the governor's race. Well, Christie is the Republican Governors Association (RGA) chairman and the RGA has been open about the governor's race in Arkansas being a top priority. Christie's visit to Lindsey's Hospitality
FAYETTEVILLE, AR (KNWA) - There's new information about the arson investigation into two Fayetteville truck fires, one involving Razorback quarterback Brandon Allen's vehicle. The fire marshal has determined both fires were set intentionally, and ignited the same way. However, investigators are not yet revealing how the fires started. Both occurred early Monday morning within a few hours of each other,
BULL SHOALS, AR (News release) - Bull Shoals Lake and the tailwaters downstream from its dam are widely known for impressive fishing – largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, striped bass, walleye, all sorts of trout. Add alligators to that list. Well, one alligator, and it was a baby. Cpl. Joe Purdom, a wildlife officer with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission,
Update (Aug. 27) MEMPHIS, TN - Natalie Jo Eaton, the Arkansas State freshman injured in a freak accident at a frat house on campus is now listed in stable condition at the Med in Memphis. The accident happened last week. Eaton was impaled by the shaft of a broken golf club during rush activities at the Kappa Alpha house. According
LITTLE ROCK, AR - A food truck just for dogs is rolling into Arkansas on Friday for a weekend tour across the state. Milo's Kitchen is launching the state's first mobile food experience for dogs and their pet parents. The truck will be making stops at dog parks throughout Little Rock, Fayetteville, and Bentonville. Click here for more details. The
SPRINGDALE, AR (KNWA) - A groundbreaking ceremony was held Wednesday for a new park in Springdale. The George family with the Springdale-based company, George's, donated $500,000 to the project. The park is named "C.L. 'Charlie' and Willie George Park," after the founders of George's. It's located at the southeast intersection of Don Tyson Parkway and Hilton Road. The 75-acre park
LITTLE ROCK, AR - A man and woman who tried to rob a local fast food restaurant left empty-handed in an early morning robbery attempt. Police were called to the Rally's on 12th St. around 12:45. That's where an employee told officers the suspects had approached him outside and demanded that he open the restaurant door. He told police the