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- Pine Bluff
Gun found in kindergartner's backpackGun found in kindergartner's backpackA Kindergartener at Matthews Elementary in Pine Bluff was caught with a small handgun in his backpack on Thursday.
- Pine Bluff
- 6 hours, 20 minutes ago
Man killed, woman wounded in Rosebud shooting, man arrestedMan killed, woman wounded in Rosebud shooting, man arrestedThe White County Sheriff's Office says one man was killed and a woman was wounded in a shooting in Rosebud and that the woman's husband was arrested.
- 6 hours, 33 minutes ago
- Little Rock
Federal lawsuit filed to reverse LRSD takeoverFederal lawsuit filed to reverse LRSD takeoverA federal lawsuit has been filed to reverse the state takeover of the Little Rock School District.
- Little Rock
- 6 hours, 42 minutes ago
- North Little Rock
Fifth skunk of the year in NLR tests positive for rabiesFifth skunk of the year in NLR tests positive for rabiesOn Thursday, the Arkansas Department of Health confirmed that a skunk found in North Little Rock tested positive for the rabies virus
- North Little Rock
- 7 hours, 57 minutes ago
Arkansas State Fair hours of operation, admission prices & parkingArkansas State Fair hours of operation, admission prices & parkingThe 2015 Arkansas State Fair is almost underway and THV11 wanted to make sure you were prepared.
- 8 hours, 3 minutes ago
Central Arkansas considers adding women's beach volleyballCentral Arkansas considers adding women's beach volleyballUniversity of Central Arkansas trustees are set to consider adding women's beach volleyball as a sport.
- 8 hours, 4 minutes ago
Watch: 3-year-old girl interrupts ceremony to hug dad after deploymentWatch: 3-year-old girl interrupts ceremony to hug dad after deploymentThree-year-old Karas Oglesby couldn't wait through a homecoming ceremony on Tuesday to hug her dad who had just returned home after being deployed for eight months.
- 8 hours, 18 minutes ago
Man sentenced to 18 years for attempted murder of wifeMan sentenced to 18 years for attempted murder of wifeAn Alexander man has been sentenced after he shot at his wife multiple times at the Buffalo River Campground last year.
- 8 hours, 21 minutes ago
Suspects arrested after stealing over $9K worth of hunting gear in Mt. VernonSuspects arrested after stealing over $9K worth of hunting gear in Mt. VernonThe Faulkner County Sheriff's Office has made an arrest in connection to a theft that occurred at a Mount Vernon home on Monday.
- 9 hours, 46 minutes ago
Rutledge announces Medicaid fraud arrest of Pulaski County manRutledge announces Medicaid fraud arrest of Pulaski County manArkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge announced the arrest of a Pulaski County man by the Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit.
- 10 hours, 32 minutes ago
Arkansas court tosses conviction in woman's meth caseArkansas court tosses conviction in woman's meth caseThe Arkansas Supreme Court has overturned the conviction of a woman sentenced to 20 years in prison after giving birth to a baby with methamphetamine in his system.
- 10 hours, 37 minutes ago
Bird of the Week: American KestrelBird of the Week: American KestrelThis week’s bird will be the American Kestrel!
- 10 hours, 43 minutes ago
UAPB freshman enrollment rises 38 percentUAPB freshman enrollment rises 38 percentThe University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) showed a dramatic increase in freshmen enrollment and total student enrollment, according to figures released by the university.
- 11 hours, 18 minutes ago
Blytheville police shoot 2 people after vehicle chaseBlytheville police shoot 2 people after vehicle chaseAuthorities in northeast Arkansas say Blytheville police officers shot two people after a vehicle chase.
- 11 hours, 22 minutes ago
- Little Rock
LIST: The season of harvest and fall festivals is upon us!LIST: The season of harvest and fall festivals is upon us!Here’s a look at the harvest and fall festivals going on this year in Arkansas.
- Little Rock
- 11 hours, 30 minutes ago
‘They did fly’: 101-year-old talks early Turkey Trot‘They did fly’: 101-year-old talks early Turkey TrotHomecoming, turkeys, a parade. These are among the most fond memories 101-year-old Altus “Shorty” Doshier has of the annual Turkey Trot festival.
- 11 hours, 42 minutes ago
Report: Most eligible for Private Option are employedReport: Most eligible for Private Option are employedWith each month, it appears that more and more Arkansans can receive coverage under the state’s low-income health care program, known as the Private Option.
- 11 hours, 46 minutes ago
Why is elephant cancer rare? Answer might help treat humansWhy is elephant cancer rare? Answer might help treat humansCancer is much less common in elephants than in humans, even though the big beasts' bodies have many more cells.
- 11 hours, 51 minutes ago
DHS director says he will leave department by end of yearDHS director says he will leave department by end of yearThe director of Arkansas' Department of Human Services has announced he will leave by the end of the year.
- 11 hours, 53 minutes ago
Police release name of 58-year-old killed in shootingPolice release name of 58-year-old killed in shootingHot Springs police are investigating a deadly shooting that happened overnight.
- 12 hours, 56 minutes ago
Conway police say woman wanted for drug traffickingConway police say woman wanted for drug traffickingThe Conway Police Department is asking for the public health in finding a woman wanted for drug trafficking.
- 13 hours, 43 minutes ago
Preventing, treating cardiac arrest in pregnant womenPreventing, treating cardiac arrest in pregnant womenThe American Heart Association on Tuesday released the first comprehensive recommendations addressing the complicated issue of cardiac arrest during pregnancy.
- 13 hours, 44 minutes ago
Man stabbed in Sacramento identified as Spencer StoneMan stabbed in Sacramento identified as Spencer StoneSpencer Stone, one of three Sacramento men who stopped an alleged terrorist on a French train this summer, was stabbed Wednesday night multiple times. Sources identified the stabbing victim to ABC10.
- 13 hours, 47 minutes ago
Photos: Bird of the WeekPhotos: Bird of the WeekAmerican Kestrel
- 13 hours, 48 minutes ago
- University of Arkansas
2016 Razorbacks baseball schedule released2016 Razorbacks baseball schedule releasedFAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The University of Arkansas announced its 2016 baseball schedule on Thursday, headlined by 34 games at Baum Stadium and 21 matchups against NCAA Tournament teams from a season ago.
- University of Arkansas
- 13 hours, 52 minutes ago
Facebook tests 'Reactions' to express emotions beyond 'like'Facebook tests 'Reactions' to express emotions beyond 'like'It's not a "dislike" button but Facebook is going beyond the "like" button to express a broader range of human emotions.
- 14 hours, 29 minutes ago
'Race for the Cure' Race Space opens'Race for the Cure' Race Space opensRace Space for "Race for the Cure" registration is open for anyone looking to sign up.
- 14 hours, 54 minutes ago
In Your Area
A Minneapolis mom and her husband are making it their mission to help women embrace their post-baby bodies. Angie Sonrode has seen first-hand how a post-baby body affects many new moms because she works as a doula.
Russian President Vladimir Putin netted seven goals in a hockey match on his birthday. But Putin's performance on the rink isn't the first time he's showed his athletic prowess.
A radio show called "The Bert Show," is collecting handwritten thank you letters from around the country. Their goal: That on Thanksgiving, every service person serving outside of the United States will get a handwritten letter of thanks.
Surveillance video shows a man running out of Home Depot with an estimated $1k of goods. A concealed pistol license holder fired multiple shots at the man despite not being directly threatened by him.
Poplar Spring Animal Sanctuary has rescued a baby pig named Irwin and even given him a new sweater. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) as the adorable story.
A 7-week-old girl has something to smile about. The conjoined twin has survived several surgeries along with other health complications since being born.
One Washington town is divided over a fluffy issue. Langley, Washington is overrun with rabbits, and residents are working on finding a solution.
Ship Foliage will send you leaves from New England so you can experience fall anywhere in the country. Mara Montalbano (@maramontalbano) has the story.
A rescue dog saved her owner by dragging her 20 feet to a phone after the woman fell and broke her pelvis in five places.
A Texas sheriff's deputy doesn't miss a beat when he's asked to join the drumline at his alma mater during a high school football game.
Fate and faith are something Jesse Dalla Riva talks about a lot. Without both, he thinks he wouldn't be alive. But he is. And there's even more in store for him.
For the first time, Steve Rannazzisi, star of 'The League,' spoke about the lie that cost him fans and an endorsement deal. He explained to Howard Stern why he said he escaped the World Trade Center on 9/11 and why he felt he couldn't come clean.
A bitter divorce has resulted in an elderly man refusing to leave the property he and his estranged wife co-own. His wife kicked him out after years of alleged abuse.
NASA Astronaut Peggy Whitson shows you how to put on a spacesuit in this 60-second timelapse video as she prepared for an underwater training session at a Johnson Space Center facility in Houston, Texas.
Isabel Whitney has volunteered her services, and hugs, for the past five years to help this school grow and the children thrive.
There are a lot of questions around Seattle's mystery soda machine, but none bigger than 'What are you gonna get?'
We are living in the future as imagined in "Back to the Future Part II." Well, sort of. We're still waiting on those flying cars. Video provided by Newsy
Al Roker created a natural disaster while reporting on the deadly South Carolina floods when he tweeted a picture of himself, smiling beside destruction. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has the reactions that lit up Twitter.
An Idaho mom is upset after receiving a note from two women at the next table criticizing her decision to bring a loud baby to a Texas Roadhouse. The mom says she's trying to get her child used to being out in public.