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This week's Capitol View is full of high-profile announcements from either side of the aisle.
UAMS has a 24-hour, 7-day-a-week, call line that offers mental health services for Arkansans.
The parents of Augustus Britton say it's because of their son's strength he will continue to bring joy to others battling cancer after his death.
A month after the Conway School District approved two new rules targeting transgender students, the American Civil Liberties Union will likely file litigation.
With the end of the year approaching, now is the time to consider planning and rebalancing our financial life.
This holiday season, one Bentonville organization decided to give a very significant gift to UAMS.
Confidence is increasing that parts of Arkansas will see a significant severe weather threat Tuesday.
The Miracle League of Arkansas will be hosting a fundraiser event Thursday in North Little Rock.
Having a plan before, during, and after a severe weather event can save your life. The National Weather Service gives this advice to avoid the worst outcomes.
An attempted carjacking in Little Rock Wednesday morning left a woman thankful to be alive, after she said she was held at gunpoint and nearly strangled.
A Sherwood family rooted in their love of Christmas prayed for a miracle after their loved one fell from a 30 foot ladder while hanging Christmas lights.
The Holidays are deemed the “best time of the year”, but for some families it can be a challenge.
Several Little Rock restaurants are turning the calendar to the year 3000 with the addition of new robotic server helpers. The machines deliver food to customers with a jingle.