Animal control officers across Arkansas have differing opinions on how to curb the number of vicious dog attacks in their communities.
Every so often you meet someone who changes your life. 13-year old Grant Leslie is one of those people.
An animal advocate tells THV 11 Arkansas has one of the highest stray animal rates in the country. But how to fix it continues to create controversy.
After Arkansans experienced the snowiest Christmas in nearly 80 years last year, you can't help but wonder if we're getting another white-out this go 'round.
If you do a quick Google search, you'll see an increase in the number of electric car drivers across the country. However, this is a trend that is not taking off in Arkansas.
In 2012 Arkansas voters rejected an initiative that would have legalized medical marijuana, now pot advocates are doubling down on 2014.
With promises like more energy and a better sex life, testosterone-replacement therapy is more popular than ever. But is this risky business for men?
Winter is right around the corner and you'll likely start noticing the subtle pop when opening the car door or walking across carpet with socks on. In this week's 'Science with Sarah,' we're learning what is to blame for the tiny sparks this time of year, called static electricity.
The average price of a regular gallon of gas fell under $3 this week. It's good news for drivers but is your gas pump ripping you off? THV 11 went looking for answers.
From 1966 to 1991 Gary Weir, also known as Bozo the Clown, entertained thousands of Arkansas children.
"Going green" is a recycling movement that is making its way to a new level in the Natural State. It's been more than a year since Little Rock revamped
At Arkansas' Crater of Diamonds State Park, nearly 100,000 visitors stop by per year. This year, 413 diamonds have been found, with two of the biggest finds by teenagers. So, you may wonder, what is the best way to find one of these rare gems?
Thanks to the growing trend of food trucks in Little Rock you don't even have to leave the street to find a gourmet meal.
Ever wonder why the leaves change color before falling? In this week's science with Sarah, the associate director of Arkansas Forest Resources Center, Tamera Walkingstick led a hike up pinnacle to learn about fall foliage.
If you've ever lost a pet, you how upsetting it is. For many, your dog or cat is part of your family. And just when you think criminals can't stoop any lower, they surprise you. A disturbing new scam is on the rise across the country, including Arkansas.
You may have tons of money sitting in your home and not even know it.
From brick to steel and grass to turf, North Little Rock's stadium has changed face with the times. And for the last two decades, Cornelius Burton led the charge on maintaining the aged giant.
It has been one year since a Conway roller rink owner was found shot and killed inside his home. Now the case has gone cold with no leads, no arrests and little hope for Larry Billings' family.
Head Razorback football coach Bret Bielema, by his own admission is superstitious. So much, that it even affects what he wears on game day.
Around 400 parole officers have the challenge of overseeing more than 50,000 former inmates in the state of Arkansas.