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Railroad companies and their workers have reached a tentative agreement, regarding labor and wages, avoiding a National railroad.
North Little Rock police said that three people are dead after an apartment fire early Tuesday morning.
A food pantry in Pine Bluff is in trouble after receiving an eviction notice from the mayor's office.
Many in central Arkansas are still left in the dark on whether LITFest is still going to ignite this weekend or be extinguished.
The fight for teacher salary raises is still not over.
Candidates for Arkansas Governor are making the final push as the November election date inches closer.
Last week, sixty-four Arkansas linemen packed their bags and headed towards the eye of the storm - to offer their help and any service they could offer.
Arkansas’ Attorney General’s office led an argument against the state of Delaware before the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday.
A school employee is in question as two parents are outraged and are demanding action after they say an employee allegedly used a racial slur at Jacksonville Elementary School last week.
October marks Domestic Violence Awareness Month, with one central Arkansas organization empowering victims of domestic violence.
A contract between the city of Little Rock and the outside firm planning a major city-wide festival has been canceled four days before the event’s planned start.
Several people injured in Gould after people in the community said shots rang out early Sunday morning.
Every race has an end, and in Little Rock the I-30 speedway is running its last lap Saturday.