|Potential Voter Fraud Being Tracked on Election Day
United States Attorneys Thyer and Eldridge said, “Every citizen must be able to vote without interference or discrimination and to have that vote counted without it being stolen because of fraud."
|Dept. of Health Creating Portable Virus Kit
"Go Packs" are portable supply kits to protect Caregivers from virus's.
|NBA Champ Scottie Pippen Honors Former UCA Teammate
Former NBA star Scottie Pippen is "taking a swing" at raising money in memory of former UCA basketball player, Jimmy McClain.
|Alumni Encouraged to Come to U of A Homecoming
In past years, the alumni association has built the event around sub themes, such as super heroes. But this year's committee wanted to base all of homecoming around the football game tomorrow against UAB.
|Bentonville Residents Receive KKK Recruitment Letters
Residents of a local neighborhood are voicing concerns after receiving apparent recruitment letters from a KKK group.
|Update: Russellville Police Arrest One Suspect, Search Continues for Second
Dameion Terrell Williams, 32, has been arrest and and Zachary Stokes, 23, is still at large. Police consider him armed and dangerous.
|Woman Charged After Using Lost Credit Card
Austin police arrest a woman after allegedly used lost credit card to make purchases.
|Mike Ross Pushing Education as Possible Prison Overcrowding Solution
Ross says the average prisoner in the Department of Correction has an 8th grade education.
|Big Weekend for Work at Robinson Center
This weekend the northbound lanes of Broadway Street in downtown Little Rock will be shut as crews do some heavy lifting on the $70 million project to renovate the Robinson Center.
|15 Counties, Cities Express Interest in Maximum Security Prison
Lawmakers could approve funding next session for the construction of a 1,000 bed prison. It would bring 250 jobs to one of the eight jurisdictions that have expressed interest.