'THV 11 Wants to Know' is an investigative series, in which THV takes public concerns and looks for answers or explanations to them. THV 11 aims to be an advocate for people within our community, so we want to hear from you. If you have an issue you are concerned about, submit it to our news team by filling out the form on the right side of this page.
THV Wants to Know Stories
Every day, thousands of Arkansas children walk to school. In some places, they are forced to cross busy streets and highways. THV 11 wanted to know just how safe those crossings are and what is being done keep drivers in check.
Every time you empty your purse or your pockets, there's a chance that something you think is OK to bring on board, TSA agents may have a problem with it
Investigators are looking into how jail employees allowed three men to escape from the Faulkner County Detention Center over the weekend.
Are there more spiders out this year? If so, why? Which ones are dangerous? THV wants to know.
It's called a game of skill, but that doesn't mean it's casino gambling, according to officials at Oaklawn.
THV 11 first told you in March that Arkansas leads the nation in teen pregnancies. It's a problem the Arkansas Department of Health says needs more attention.
Stand close to an oak tree anywhere in central Arkansas this weekend and you can hear what sounds like rain. But experts say what you're hearing is the result of an oak leaf feast.
The sky over Stuttgart was ominous Monday with what appeared to be a tornado, but it was something different.
Eight months after a fire destroyed the only grocery store in Perryville, the store is being rebuilt.
After the Mayflower oil spill spewed oil into the streets in March, many homeowners told THV 11 they never knew the pipeline was in their neighborhood.
Children from all over the state come to receive the best health care Arkansas offers at the Arkansas Children's Hospital. Healing is in their nature, but for some children, that healing may have never come.
Literally thousands of cases keep the Pulaski County Prosecuting Office running on all cylinders.
For the last three years, there's been much talk about health care. Who pays for it, who should pay for it, and who shouldn't. But, perhaps a bigger issue at hand is not who pays for health expenses, but rather how much Americans pay.