LITTLE ROCK, AR - The reward for information leading to the arrest of an arson suspect (or suspects) accused of setting fire to two Little Rock elementary school playgrounds has been increased, officials say. At the beginning of August, playground fires were started at Geyer Springs Gifted and Talented Academy and Franklin Elementary School. The fires resulted in multiple pieces
LITTLE ROCK, AR (KUAR) - A former Little Rock school superintendent has had his doctorate in education revoked after allegations of plagiarism, KUAR reports. Dexter Suggs resigned from the Little Rock School District in April with a $200,000 severance package after he was accused of plagiarizing his doctoral dissertation. Suggs' severance agreement stated his severence package payments would stop if
FAYETTEVILLE, AR - The University of Arkansas announced on Monday that it is now restricting drones and model aircraft on and over campus. From now on, anyone who wants to fly a drone over campus will need prior written approval, according to a news release. The restriction also includes any equipment needed to operate a model aircraft. The policy applies
PINE BLUFF, AR -- A man has been found shot to death inside a car. It happened late Sunday evening at 3rd and Grant in Pine Bluff. Police identified the victim as Darrell Lovett, 32, of Pine Bluff. They say Lovett had been shot several times. If you have any information that could help police, you're asked to call the
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Police have issued a missing person alert for a Little Rock man. Authorities say Undra Jackson, 39, was last seen in the 2900 block of South Arch Street on Saturday. They say he was last seen wearing cargo pants, a plaid shirt, a white hat and sandals. Police say Jackson is mentally handicapped and has hearing
FAYETTEVILLE-- With the vote to decide the future of Fayetteville's Ordinance 5781 just a week away, several faith leaders in the community are speaking out in support. A group of 22 faith leaders from a variety of denominations in Fayetteville published a letter in support of the proposed anti-discrimination ordinance, saying that the legislation will benefit the city and it's
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR. -- A non-profit group opened the doors to its warehouse in North Little Rock, Sunday afternoon to give folks a look at their daily operations. The One, Inc. is made up of volunteers who have been helping central Arkansas' homeless for the past 4-years. You may have seen their vans cruising Little Rock, Searcy and Russelville
A Little Rock Church celebrating 106 years of service Sunday with a special feast. St. Bartholomew Catholic Church taking time out Sunday afternoon to observe its 106th anniversary. Dozens gathered to not only celebrate the milestone but to come together as a community. "We have a congregation that combines all different people uh from different races different parts of the
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Little Rock police said they are searching for robbing an auto supply store and shooting one of its employees. Investigators said it happened Saturday night at the O'Reilly Auto Parts store near Asher and Fair Park Boulevard. While they are not sure if the man got away with anything, workers said he stole their peace of
CARLISLE, AR -- Two women are dead after a fire in Carlisle early Saturday morning. Members of the community say 51-year-old Rhonda Berry and 76-year-old Barbara Phillips were killed in the fire at a home in the 800 block of South Greenlaw early Saturday. The fire started around 2:30 a.m. The two women were the only people who lived at
SEARCY, AR -- Authorities are investigating after a fisherman found a body in a White County River. The identity of the man has not been determined. The White County Sheriff's Office responded to the call around 11:00 a.m. Saturday on the Little Red River near Searcy. The body was recovered and taken by the White County Coroner to the morgue.
WASHINGTON, D.C. ( CNN ) - Hillary Clinton couldn't have planned it better if she tried. On Thursday, speaking in Ohio, the Democratic front-runner pulled a Donald Trump, using caustic language to describe what she called the "out of touch policies" of her GOP rivals when it comes to women's issues. Click here to keep reading this story from CNN.
LITTLE ROCK, AR- Same-sex marriage was one topic for the Arkansas Federation of Young Republicans Saturday. The group met at the Marriott Hotel in downtown Little Rock. A resolution drafted by a member of the Young Republicans had called on the Republican Party of Arkansas to remove all language in the party platform referring to gay marriage. The groups new
(CNN) - The morning began with remembrance and prayer. From New Orleans to Mobile, Alabama, there were somber ceremonies marking the day 10 years ago when Hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf Coast. State and local officials gathered in New Orleans at a memorial for victims of Katrina, which killed more than 1,800 people and damaged many more lives. Almost
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Arkansans' take to Attorney General Leslie Rutledge's ruling on open carry. There are exceptions, caveats and laws to consider with this decision, but some said all of this is just adding more confusion to what you can and can't do. Some people, like Steven Blackwood, said they agree with the AG's stance. "If I see someone
A PTA fundraiser is giving parents the option of donating money instead of cupcakes.
A college frat posted suggestive welcoming banners outside their frat house. The banners are causing major controversy.
An altered photo of Princess Di and Kate Middleton has gone viral. Some call the picture sweet, while others say it's a little creepy.
Brad Paisley burned a Razorback welcome mat as part of a prank. The prank took place a few years ago. Some Hog fans are still upset about it.
New results show that 33% of Americans are moving abroad for lower taxes and better alternatives.
A photo of a police officer changing the license plate for a pregnant woman has gone viral. The pregnant woman is now praising the officer.
A Kentucky police officer has been named in a federal lawsuit filed Monday alleging that he illegally handcuffed and restrained two elementary school students with disabilities.
A group of mother's band together to help protect their neighborhood from crime.
While on a daycare field trip, two boys were severely burned. The mother of the children blames the daycare.
A couple spent $100,000 to have a baby girl. The birth is causing controversy again.
PINE BLUFF, AR -- U.S Marshals need your help locating George Austin. 31-year-old George Austin is wanted for first degree battery. He has ties to both Pine Bluff and Dallas, Texas. If you have any information that could lead to Austin's arrest call U.S Marshals. You can remain anonymous and could earn a cash reward.
LITTLE ROCK, AR- U.S. Marshals need your help tracking down William Ingram. The 54-year-old is wanted for Felony Criminal Mischief and Violating a Protection Order. Ingram is 5'08 and weighs approximately 175 pounds. He's known to travel between Tennessee and Arkansas. He is last known to be in Saline County near Benton. If you have any information on the whereabouts
LITTLE ROCK, AR- U.S. Marshals need your help looking for Torrey Bursey, 43. He's wanted for failure to register as a sex offender. Bursey has ties to Little Rock, Pine Bluff, Las Vegas, California and Chicago. He weighs 125 pounds and is 5'10". Please contact U.S. Marshals at: 501-324-6256. A reward is available for information leading to the apprehension of
U.S. Marshals need your help tracking down Daniel Hall, 50, wanted for Terroristic Act, in Pulaski County. Daniel is between 6 foot and 6’3 tall and weighs between 250 and 275 pounds. His arms are fully covered in tattoos. One tattoo on Daniel’s left forearm reads, “Harley Davidson”. Daniel is known to work in construction, especially sheetrock/drywall and is trained
LITTLE ROCK, AR- U.S. Marshals need your help catching Keith Brown. He's wanted by the Eastern Arkansas Fugitive Task Force for Aggravated Assault and Felon in Possession of a Firearm. Brown is a documented Blood Gang member. He should be considered armed and dangerous. Call U.S. Marshals at: (501) 324-6256. There is a cash reward available for information leading to
LITTLE ROCK, AR_U.S. Marshals need your help tracking down Robert Walker. He's wanted for aggravated robbery. Walker is about 5 foot 8 inches and weighs around 178 pounds . If you have any information. Please contact U.S. Marshals.
LITTLE ROCK, AR_ U.S. Marshals need your help searching for Melvin Hernandez. He's wanted for first degree murder. Hernandez weighs about 165 pounds and stands at about 5 foot three. If you have any information email firstname.lastname@example.org
LITTLE ROCK, AR - U.S. Marshals need your help in locating Eliseo Estrada. He's wanted for capital murder. Estrada is about 6'2" tall and weighs about 125 pounds. If you have any information, contact the U.S. Marshals Service .
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Open carry is legal in Arkansas so long as a person doesn't attempt to unlawfully use the firearm they're carrying, according to an official opinion issued by Attorney General Leslie Rutledge on Friday afternoon. Rutledge said that while she doesn't encourage open carry, it's her opinion that it is legal to carry a handgun so long
LITTLE ROCK, AR (News Release) - Dianne Curry announced Wednesday she will run for U.S. Congress. Curry was elected to the Little Rock School Board in 2006 where she served three terms. She retired from state government after 27 years of service in education and the public audit of banks. She was appointed to the Arkansas Division of Volunteerism by
William Shatner is working on a Leonard Nimoy biography as a tribute to his late friend, according to a U.S. report. The actor is putting pen to paper to memorialize his Star Trek co-star in a book called Leonard: A 50 Year Friendship, and he has been interviewing friends and colleagues from Nimoy's past to gather material for the tome,
Sir Ian McKellen has praised the peaceful gay rights movement in his native U.K. but insists campaigners must continue to battle for equality abroad. The "Lord of the Rings" star was a Grand Marshall at a Pride parade in Manchester, England, on Saturday and called on more to be done for homosexuals around the world. He tells the BBC, "It's
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