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- Arkansas soldiers home for the holidays 18m
- Volunteers remain hopeful in day 4 of search for… 26m
- Watershed volunteers prepare to feed 5,000 people 41m
- Photos: Watershed volunteers prepare to feed…
- Arkansas Weather: Quiet Outlook for Thanksgiving 2h
- Must See: 'I'm a Bielemer' music video 3h
- Arkansas clerk ready for order on gay marriage 3h
- Cabot elementary students share what Thanksgiving… 4h
- Gov. Mike Beebe announces intent to pardon 15 4h
Updated 7:26 p.m. CST
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.
- 5 hours, 25 minutes ago
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.
- 6 hours, 9 minutes ago
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.
- 6 hours, 11 minutes ago
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.
- 6 hours, 52 minutes ago
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.
- 6 hours, 55 minutes ago
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.
- 6 hours, 57 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.
- 7 hours 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.
- 7 hours, 26 minutes ago
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
- 8 hours ago
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.
- 8 hours, 4 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.
- 8 hours, 17 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.
- 8 hours, 22 minutes ago
Cabot Police Department holding 3rd annual C.O.P.S. Toy PatrolCabot Police Department holding 3rd annual C.O.P.S. Toy PatrolC.O.P.S. stands for Cabot Officers Playing Santa, and they are ready for their next assignment: Toy Patrol.
- 8 hours, 23 minutes ago
Check to be presented for NLRPD's "Shop with a Cop"Check to be presented for NLRPD's "Shop with a Cop"On Monday December 1 at 10 a.m., a small press conference and check presentations will take place at the Wal-Mart Super Center located at 4450 East McCain Boulevard.
- 8 hours, 25 minutes ago
Photos: The search for Malik DrummondPhotos: The search for Malik DrummondThese are two search dogs being used this morning to #FindMalik they have fresh items of Malik to work with #THV11
- 8 hours, 51 minutes ago
#FindMalik: Search enters 4th day, fewer volunteers show#FindMalik: Search enters 4th day, fewer volunteers showThe search for missing 2-year-old Malik Drummond has entered its fourth day.
- 8 hours, 52 minutes ago
Things to know about Arkansas' gay marriage caseThings to know about Arkansas' gay marriage caseU.S. District Judge Kristine Baker in Little Rock ruled Tuesday that Arkansas' voter-approved gay marriage ban, known as Amendment 83, was unconstitutional, as was a separate state law defining marriage as being between one man and one woman.
- 10 hours, 6 minutes ago
Ugly Sweater 5K planned in MagnoliaUgly Sweater 5K planned in MagnoliaMaking Magnolia Blossom is planning a unique 5K run next month as part of the organization's first fundraising event.
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Arkansas Race Institute awards $20,000 in grantsArkansas Race Institute awards $20,000 in grantsFour research projects aimed at reducing and eliminating racial and ethnic disparities in Arkansas are being funded by the Institute on Race and Ethnicity at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
- 10 hours, 10 minutes ago
Chris Olsen: Crafts to keep the kids busyChris Olsen: Crafts to keep the kids busyThis is the weekend many people will be setting up their Christmas trees and holiday decorations.
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- 10 hours, 13 minutes ago
What to do with those holiday leftoversWhat to do with those holiday leftoversWhen your family finishes their Thanksgiving meal, chances are you'll have leftovers.
- THV This Morning
- 10 hours, 13 minutes ago
Handling holiday, family stress with graceHandling holiday, family stress with graceHoliday stress isn't limited to shopping lists or travel plans. This time of year can stretch family relationships to an extreme, and extended families are especially vulnerable.
- THV This Morning
- 10 hours, 14 minutes ago
Solutions for thinning hair: Wigs, weaves, and plenty of confidenceSolutions for thinning hair: Wigs, weaves, and plenty of confidenceThinning hair is a concern for millions of women.
- THV This Morning
- 10 hours, 15 minutes ago
#FindMalik: Mother believes son was kidnapped#FindMalik: Mother believes son was kidnappedThe mother of the 2-year-old who vanished from his Searcy home Sunday night is speaking out, saying she believes her son was kidnapped.
- 13 hours, 41 minutes ago
Bobby Moore's family reacts to Ferguson case announcementBobby Moore's family reacts to Ferguson case announcementFor Deazzaray Perkins, watching and waiting for the indictment announcement in Ferguson was all too familiar.
- 20 hours, 43 minutes ago
This Thanksgiving, Ferguson residents say they are still looking at the good side of things and feeling "thankful" despite the violence and negativity.
While most six year olds are learning to read and write in kindergarten and running around, Aiden Barnum is happy batting his toys around in a baby seat. He's facing lifelong disability after being severely injured from domestic abuse.
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.
Louisville's refugees come from all walks of faith and corners of the globe, but they found one thing in common this Thanksgiving.
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.