A tornado has damaged Jonesboro, Arkansas.
A father working at a high risk hospital treating coronavirus patients can only see his 1-year-old through glass door.
With many restaurants closing their doors, some firefighters in Arkansas have taken it upon themselves to help feed truckers whose meal options are dwindling.
A school resource officer in Wynne, Arkansas, is going viral for his daily act of kindness each morning before school starts.
The shooting was reported mid-morning Monday in Forrest City, about 85 miles east of Little Rock.
An Arkansas police officer tried to make good out of an unfortunate situation when he purchased groceries for a family that had allegedly attempted to shoplift from a local Walmart.
Josephine Gilmore is reportedly the first baby in the state to have the $2.1 million injection paid for by insurance.
The department received hundreds of phone calls saying Donna Reneau was disrespectful for scolding Debra Stevens as she sobbed and asked for help, at one point telling her to "shut up."
A police officer who was killed in his patrol car in northwest Arkansas was shot 10 times in the head and his killer was interested in anti-law enforcement groups, sheriffs officials said Friday in releasing video from the scene and autopsy details.
An Arkansas toddler died over the weekend after he ran back into a burning house to rescue the family dog, officials say.
In a case that is drawing comparisons to the television show “Breaking Bad,” a pair of chemistry professors in Arkansas have been arrested and accused of making meth on school grounds.
Say cheese—or not.
Good dog, Tosha!
A 23-year-old woman in Arkansas lost her father four years ago, but she continued to text his phone every day to update him about her life.
A hunter in Arkansas died after a deer he shot turned the tables — and reportedly attacked him.
A talented musician, who served for years in Prince's band, suffered a big loss last week. A fire at his home in Arkansas destroyed his studio and a great amount of equipment. Now, he is left picking up the pieces.
We're with them all day, every day, never leaving home without them, but could we really soon live in a time when our smartphones are obsolete? Some say, yes. Facebook announced it is working on a system that would let you type straight from your brain, about 5 times as fast you can currently type on your phone.