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Giving thanks from Children's Hospital on ThanksgivingGiving thanks from Children's Hospital on ThanksgivingDoctors diagnosed 5-week old Ethan with bacterial meningitis.
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Updates on FergusonUpdates on FergusonUpdates on Ferguson
- 2 days, 13 hours ago
Interview with Jim Harris on Razorback footballInterview with Jim Harris on Razorback footballJim Harris talks about Brandon Allen and Robb Smith.
- University of Arkansas
- 9 hours, 41 minutes ago
Redzone Team of the Week: North Little RockRedzone Team of the Week: North Little RockThe NLR Charging Wildcats are central Arkansas' last hope to bring home the 7A title.
- High School
- 11 hours, 15 minutes ago
Volunteers remain hopeful in day 4 of search for 2-year-oldVolunteers remain hopeful in day 4 of search for 2-year-oldFor a fourth night, there are crews in Searcy trying to stay hopeful despite no signs of missing two-year-old Malik Drummond.
- 11 hours, 21 minutes ago
The art of self-control during ThanksgivingThe art of self-control during ThanksgivingIt can be difficult to keep up with your healthy eating habits during the holidays.
- 11 hours, 23 minutes ago
Arkansas soldiers home for the holidaysArkansas soldiers home for the holidaysMore than a hundred National Guardsmen left Arkansas and their families about six months ago for a mission in Afghanistan. On the day before Thanksgiving, they are not only back in the United States, but they are also back in their families' arms.
- 11 hours, 40 minutes ago
Watershed volunteers prepare to feed 5,000 peopleWatershed volunteers prepare to feed 5,000 peopleDozens of people at the Watershed have been working tirelessly for the last three days, preparing to feed those who need help the most this holiday.
- 12 hours, 3 minutes ago
Photos: Watershed volunteers prepare to feed 5,000 peoplePhotos: Watershed volunteers prepare to feed 5,000 peopleVolunteers helping cook turkeys to feed the needy on Thanksgiving at the Watershed
- 12 hours, 53 minutes ago
Must See: 'I'm a Bielemer' music videoMust See: 'I'm a Bielemer' music videoThe video's description details that "I'm a Bielemer" was written in celebration of the Razorbacks shutting out back-to-back opponents in the SEC.
- University of Arkansas
- 14 hours, 38 minutes ago
Arkansas clerk ready for order on gay marriageArkansas clerk ready for order on gay marriageA county clerk says he's prepared for same-sex marriages to return to the Bible Belt, even if his office is the only one in Arkansas ready or willing to do so.
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Cabot elementary students share what Thanksgiving means to themCabot elementary students share what Thanksgiving means to themCabot Elementary shared what Thanksgiving means to them and what they are thankful for.
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Gov. Mike Beebe announces intent to pardon 15Gov. Mike Beebe announces intent to pardon 15Gov. Mike Beebe intends to grant 15 pardons.
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Arkansas one of least likely states to have miserable ThanksgivingArkansas one of least likely states to have miserable ThanksgivingWhile the holidays are a time for togetherness, love, and enjoying good food, some families might not be so happy together.
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Read: Court documents detail charges of suspects in realtor deathRead: Court documents detail charges of suspects in realtor deathCourt documents have been released detailing the arrests of two people charged in the death of central Arkansas realtor Beverly Carter.
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Cybercrimes unit arrests Mississippi County manCybercrimes unit arrests Mississippi County manA Mississippi County man has been arrested by agents from the Attorney General's Office for possession of child pornography, Attorney General Dustin McDaniel announced today.
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UAMS to host Ebola preparedness symposium for businessesUAMS to host Ebola preparedness symposium for businessesA symposium entitled "What Businesses Should Know About Ebola Preparedness" will be presented Dec. 16 at UAMS.
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Lane closure next week on I-49 near LowellLane closure next week on I-49 near LowellArkansas road crews will close a southbound lane of Interstate 49 at Lowell next week as they work on a bridge.
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Shoffner lawyer grateful prosecutors drop chargesShoffner lawyer grateful prosecutors drop chargesA lawyer for an ex-Arkansas treasurer convicted in a bribery and extortion case says in court papers she is grateful that she won't be tried on mail fraud charges.
- 18 hours, 19 minutes ago
New Life Church fries, donates turkeys for the holidaysNew Life Church fries, donates turkeys for the holidaysOn Tuesday, people at the New Life Church in North Little Rock fried nearly 150 turkeys for those in need this holiday season.
- 18 hours, 22 minutes ago
Main St. revitalization plan changesMain St. revitalization plan changesThe Main St. revitalization plan in downtown Little Rock has changed a bit since the project got under way.
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Hot Springs man stabbed by wifeHot Springs man stabbed by wifeA Hot Springs man was stabbed by his wife at a motel on Tuesday.
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Would-be armed robber realizes money unreachableWould-be armed robber realizes money unreachableLittle Rock police are investigating an attempted robbery that happened at Dollar General on Satterfield Tuesday night
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Natalie's mom: Until God tells me different, we believe she'll be at 100 percentNatalie's mom: Until God tells me different, we believe she'll be at 100 percentA freak accident changed the way one Arkansas family looks at the world.
- 19 hours, 26 minutes ago
Overnight lane closures scheduled for I-40 in Pulaski CountyOvernight lane closures scheduled for I-40 in Pulaski CountyConstruction work will require lane closures on Interstate 40 in Pulaski County
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Donate with care: Avoid holiday scams this seasonDonate with care: Avoid holiday scams this seasonAs Arkansans reflect on their gratitude over the holiday season, many will look for ways to give back. Consumers should give wisely to make sure that their donations will help those in need, not scammers.
- 19 hours, 39 minutes ago
December brings Arkansas Trail of Holiday LightsDecember brings Arkansas Trail of Holiday LightsMore than 60 communities across Arkansas are taking part in the Trial of Holiday Lights in December.
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In Your Area
The St. Louis County NAACP made a special delivery to business owners in Ferguson whose buildings were burned down by protesters.
Owner of a Ferguson antiques shop Jenice Andrews pleaded with looters not to destroy her business in Ferguson, unsuccessfully. She said her dream was shattered, but not broken."
Tyron Woodley a two-time All American wrestler at University of Missouri, who's also from Ferguson, Missouri, says he is outraged by what happened in his hometown.
This Thanksgiving, Ferguson residents say they are still looking at the good side of things and feeling "thankful" despite the violence and negativity.
President Barack Obama on Wednesday pardoned a turkey named Cheese in an annual Thanksgiving tradition at the White House. The President even petted the turkey. His daughters however, declined the invitation.
Cabot Elementary shared what Thank giving means to them and what they are thankful for.
They may not have been able to go home for the holidays, but young soldiers at Fort Story were treated to an early Thanksgiving feast with all the fixings, with their new Army family.
This cross country team won the state championship in old, donated shoes. But someone who saw their story thought they deserved some brand new gear and decided to make it happen.
A family reconnects with the heartbeart of their son who in his death, gave the gift of life.
Despite the torching of a police car and dozens of arrests, police said a second night of protests was "much better" than the arson and widespread violence the night before. Protesters in Ferguson inspired demonstrations across the U.S.