Watch the entire THV11 special, "Mayflower: One Year Later" below:

March 29, 2014 marks one year since an ExxonMobil oil pipeline ruptured in the central Arkansas town of Mayflower, spilling more than 200,000 gallons of oil into a neighborhood and surrounding areas.

Families were forced out of their homes, some of which were later demolished; hundreds of animals died from oil exposure; lawsuits were filed; and ExxonMobil setup a temporary home in Mayflower to deal with the aftermath. But one year later ... residents in the small town continue to regain a sense of normalcy in the area, how it was before their hometown made national headlines.

(Scroll down this page to find photo galleries, extended interviews, and social media information.)

Mayflower: One Year Later

Mayflower: Take a Look Back

Mayflower: Significant Headlines

Photo Galleries of the Mayflower Oil Spill

Extended Interviews

Attorney General Dustin McDaniel discusses the impact of the oil spill, the current lawsuits against ExxonMobil, whether Exxon will settle, and the future of the Pegasus Pipeline:

Teresa Marks, Director of Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality, discusses the environmental testing that has taken place in Mayflower since the oil spill:

*To view the ADEQ testing results, visit this website:

Dr. William Mason with the Arkansas Department of Health talks about whether there are current health concerns a year after the Mayflower Oil Spill, what the Dept.'s biggest concern is, and what the biggest lesson learned is:

Mayflower Oil Spill on Social Media

FACEBOOK: Two days after the oil spill, the facebook page "Mayflower Arkansas Oil Spill" was created, gathering thousands of people who were interested in information on the oil spill:

TWITTER: Within hours of the oil spill on March 29, 2013, twitter was filled with tweets about the event. #AROilSpill quickly became the go-to hashtag for updates about the oil spill: