CONWAY, AR -- A man has been arrested in North Carolina after allegedly robbing a bank in Conway. 29-year-old Aaron Taylor faces a charge of aggravated robbery. FBI agents in Arkansas and North Carolina assisted in located Taylor. Police say he is the man seen in surveillance video robbing the Arvest Bank at 812 Oak Street on Veteran's Day. According
SHERWOOD, AR -- In one Central Arkansas community, folks don't want to forget about people's pets this holiday season. So, they started a drive called "Fill the Bowl". Churches and businesses in Sherwood are helping the local animal shelter collect pet supplies for those in need. They're accepting anything from food and treats to toys and dog houses. Charlie Gullette
"Get the money out" says Robber on Surveillance tape. A surveillance tape of a man aiming a shotgun at an employee demanding cash at the Russellville tobacco row store is getting buzz because of what the criminal says to employees as he's robbing the place. "Do you hear me you hear me i'm not going to do nothing...I'm sorry I scared
JACKSONVILLE, AR -- It's the largest shooting range in the mid-south. The complex, that was built this year, has attracted thousands of people to Jacksonville. But, it may also be driving some away. Mark Mergenschroer says he supports the shooting sports complex in Jacksonville but says the noise it creates causes anxiety for his autistic son. He said, "The way
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Arkansas high school football playoffs are underway, but participation in the sport is taking a downward spiral. That's according to a report by the National Federation of State High School Associations. The group said that in Arkansas, there has been a decline in high school football participation over the last seven years. Some believe the
LITTLE ROCK, AR - A local agency that helps the homeless needs some help of its own to get the job done on Thanksgiving. The Little Rock Compassion Center (LRCC) says serious food shortfalls are impacting its effort to serve the city's neediest people and it's asking for the public's help. Because the price of food is up and donations
NORTH PULASKI COUNTY, AR - A woman has died after fire swept through her home. It happened around 12:30 a.m. Friday at 5235 Roundtop Dr. near the McAlmont area. The victim is identified as Glenda Stilwell, 62, according to the incident report from the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office (PCSO). The report states that the woman had been bedridden for medical
PINE BLUFF, AR - The Pine Bluff Police Department is repeating its request for help in a missing person case from 20 years ago. It was on May 9, 1994 that Cleashindra Hall, 18, left her place of employment at 5309 Faucett Rd. at around 8:30 p.m. She was wearing a 2-piece white and blue short set with polka dots
LITTLE ROCK, AR - More than ten cellphones have been stolen from students on the campus of The University of Arkansas at Little Rock. All of those phones taken within the past three weeks. Now UALR has sent out an email with a picture of a man named Sean Jackson. According to UALR police, Jackson approaches students claiming his phone
EL DORADO, AR - An El Dorado man is in custody after allegedly kidnapping his girlfriend. Tuesday, the Arkadelphia Police Department received a call from a woman stating her roommate had been kidnapped by Anwar Fairley, 32. Police detained Fairley in a traffic stop at McDonald's. The victim told police that Fairley asked her to step outside to talk in front
Pinot's Palette painting demonstration finished product.
Movie critic Michael Cook reviews The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 and Whiplash.
In today's Rants & Raves Kevin Kelly talks about the controversy over a judge trying to order a dog put down.
Lisa Montgomery talks about painting and wine at Pinot's Palette.
Shannon Miller is live at Hall High with a live report.
Nate Olson with Sync Weekly discusses what's going on this weekend.
Author Kat Robinson and restaurant owner Dana Gateley tell us about Colonial Steakhouse in Pine Bluff and bring samples of their Black Bottom cake. Kat also talks about her newest book "Classic Eateries of the Arkansas Delta."
31-year-old Loretta Gober was found shortly after being reported missing this morning.
Your pet can have a picture with Santa at Care For Animals.
Arguments on Arkansas' same sex marriage ban are scheduled to be heard today.
A shooting on the campus of The University of Florida leaves at least three people injured and the gunman dead.
A laser used to remove unwanted tattoos could also reduce acne scarring.
The River Rail System is celebrating its 10-year anniversary.
Ashley Childers founder of Emporium Home shows off items from her shop and talks about her Art Show.
McIntosh Restaurant offers a wide variety of foods but they are known for their famous sweet potato pies.
Kevin Kelly talks about the rising rate of homeless children in today's Rants and Raves.
On today's Rants and Raves, Kevin Kelly asks viewers opinions about a cop killer being picked as the speaker for a graduation ceremony.
Kevin Kelly talks about the reporter who quit her job on live television on Rants and Raves.
Kevin Kelly talks about recent troubles plaguing the NFL.
Mom creates app that will shut your child's phone down if they don't text back.
Four days after 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot and killed by an officer, the town of Ferguson, Missouri now dealing with another police shooting.
A community outraged after a police officer shoots and kills an unarmed 18-year-old boy in Ferguson, Missouri.
A mom being criticized after publicly shaming her daughter on social media.
The on-going debate over whether video games are bad for kids, takes yet another twist. Now, a new study says they can actually be good for a child's development.
On August 8, the city of Baltimore will enact one of the toughest ever youth curfew laws with the goal to keep kids safe.
LITTLE ROCK, AR- U.S. Marshals need your help locating Reontravae Sims. Sims, 23, is wanted for assault and terroristic threatening. Call U.S. Marshals at (501) 324-6256 if you have any information on Sims' whereabouts. You could potentially earn a cash reward
MAYFLOWER, AR – A Mayflower woman inside an above ground storm shelter died during April’s tornadoes and researchers believed they knew why. Researchers with Texas Tech University said the door on that shelter had a malfunctioning problem. They said that while the door was steel, it didn’t qualify to be a tornado safe room door. They added that the door
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR- U.S. Marshals need your help tracking down Kelvin Anderson, 25. He's wanted on charges of battery out of North Little Rock. Anderson is stands 5'7", has black hair and brown eyes. If you have any information, contact U.S. Marshals.
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_ In this week's Arkansas' Most Wanted US Marshals need your help finding Corvette Miller. He's wanted for 1st Degree Battery. Miller is 39-years-old. He is about 6 ft. 1 inches tall and weighs around 160lbs.
LITTLE ROCK, AR_U.S Marshals need your help tracking down Jonathan Davenport and Topeka Lucas They're wanted for three counts of residential burglary and theft of property. Davenport and Lucas should also be considered armed and extremely dangerous. If you have any information regarding these fugitives, please call U.S. marshals or Arkansas State Police.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Deputies are looking for a man who is wanted for failing to appear on a first degree murder charge. This week's most wanted is Dillon Kane Price. Price is 6'5 and weighs approximately 200 pounds. He has a tall, slender build with short hair. His last known address was on Lewis Street in Little Rock. Price
In this week's Arkansas' Most Wanted US Marshals need your help finding William Sandige. He's wanted for parole violation and First Degree Battery. Sandige stands at about 5ft.10in. and weighs about 200lbs.
LITTLE ROCK, AR_ In this week's Arkansas Most Wanted, U . S . Marshals need your help tracking down Corvette Miller . He's wanted for 1st degree Battery Miller is about 6 ft . 1in . and weighs around 160lbs If you have any information, contact US Marshals
In this week's Arkansas's Most Wanted, U.S. Marshals need your help tracking down Daniel Hall. He's wanted for a Terroristic Act. Hall is about 6 ft. 4 in. and weighs around 275 pounds. If you have any information, contact U.S. Marshals.
It's starting to warm up now, but you know it's going to get cold again. And frostbite becomes a concern, and yes, it can happen in Arkansas. If you're outside shoveling or sledding, it's important not to stay out in the cold too long. Frostbite is most likely to occur on the fingers, toes, and ears if not covered up.
A laser used to remove unwanted tattoos could reduce acne scarring too. Research tested the laser -- that uses lower doses of energy -- on 15 men and women with facial acne scarring. After six treatments, all of the patients were satisfied to extremely satisfied with the improvement in their apperance -- even three months later. Dermatologists who looked at
A growing number of young children are becoming ill after drinking highly caffeinated energy drinks. Data from poison control shows more than 40% of calls about energy drinks...involve kids under the age of six. Many of these children suffer serious cardiac symptoms or even seizures after ingesting the beverages. Because some energy drinks contain four times as much caffeine as
The doctor is in and he will see you now.... But you'll have to send a "selfie". A university of Colorado, Denver study finds dermatologists may be able to provide good follow-up care for chronic skin conditions just by looking at pictures sent by their patients. The study included 156 eczema patients. Half went back to the doctor's office for
A new study shows the thermal paper used in cash register receipts contain significant amounts of Bisphenol-A... the chemical that's been linked to many diseases. Researchers looked at blood levels of B-P-A of men and women who cleaned their hands and then handled receipts. The chemical was absorbed quickly ... And more B-P-A was absorbed by women. Washing your hands
Children who drink milk from sources other than cows may have lower levels of Vitamin D. Researchers in Canada studied blood samples taken from nearly 4,000 young children. They found kids who only drink non-cow's milk...like almond, rice and soy milk...were more than twice as likely to be vitamin D deficient. The vitamin is sometimes added to alternative milk, but
There appears to be new hope for children and adults battling "Lympho-Blastic" Leukemia, a highly aggressive blood cancer. Philadelphia researchers were able to re-program a patient's own immune cells -- then re-infuse them into the body. Twenty-seven of the 30 patients who got this therapy went into complete remission. And 78% were still alive six months later. Experts are hopeful
A new study reveals a class of drugs commonly prescribed for bone health -- could also benefit women with breast cancer. Researchers found drugs like Fosamax and Boniva -- used to treat osteoporosis -- cut the risk of breast cancer spreading to the bone -- which occurs in 70% of women who die from the disease. Data from over 20-thousand
Household chores can be a pain...but you shouldn't have pain while getting them done. Mike Milicia (Mil-Lish-ah) is an occupational therapist. He says if performed the wrong way...simple tasks like sweeping, doing the dishes, laundry or even vacuuming can take a toll on your back. So...when vacuuming...Milicia says make sure to step into the direction you are vacuuming and avoid
A new study reveals that foam injections -- used to treat varicose veins -- work just as well as surgery and laser therapy. About half a million people a year get treatment for varicose veins. It is mostly a cosmetic problem, but can be painful. The majority of these patients undergo a laser procedure that heats up and seals the
The Arkansas Travelers announce their 2014 Job Fair will be held on Saturday, March 1 from 10:00 a.m. through 12 noon. Positions will be available for various game day positions that include concessions, gift shop, ticket window, ushers and many more. Any performers interested in singing the Star-Spangled Banner at a Travs game are welcome to audition too. Applicants for
RN – position# 22099999 – Expires 2-17-2014 – Salary: $37,332 - $62,616 – Huntsville, AR (Madison Co.) – DAAS (Division of Aging and Adult Services) RN Supervisor – position# 22100245 – Expires 2-16-2014 – Salary: $41,159 - $67,287 – L.R., AR – DMS (Division of Medical Services) http://humanservices.arkansas.gov/Pages/dhsJobs.aspx =============================================== LAWHON’S TOWING & HAULING, INC IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING
Employer: Fred's Inc Job Title: Pharmacy Technician- FT and PT Job Description: Reports directly to the Pharmacist on duty, this position is within a rapid paced environment with new duties and challenges assigned daily. A technician is required to work a variety of schedules with multiple duties to include taking care of the customers, answering phones, running the register, filling