Following the devastation that hit Moore, Oklahoma on Monday, many Arkansas ...
A Cabot taekwondo instructor is under arrest for allegedly sexually assaulting ...
North Little Rock police are responding to a shooting that happened at Verizon ...
The Sun Belt Conference (SBC) recently unveiled its new logo and brand
Arkansas State Director of Athletics Terry Mohajir announced Friday ...
Less than two weeks after Arkansas Head Coach Bret Bielema announced
A second grader battling liver cancer received a special delivery Monday.
Three more states have received permission to ignore parts of the federal No Child Left Behind education law.
The Little Rock School District is honoring 80 high school seniors at Academic Signing Day at the Arkansas Governor's Mansion
Keeping your kids busy during the summer months can be a struggle,
especially when it comes to making sure they don't forget everything
they learned at school.
Graduating high school seniors banking on an extra $4,500 to pay for college this fall received some bad news this year.
A report by the Young Invincibles Group called unemployment rates a crisis for young adults in Arkansas.
In response to the changes in the Arkansas Academic Challenge scholarship payouts, Southern Arkansas University is offering qualifying freshmen a one-time $750 scholarship.
Arkansas has taken over the financially struggling Mineral Springs School District, dissolving the southwest Arkansas district's school board.
Harding University has opted out of a state law that allows faculty and staff members to carry concealed guns on campus.
Twenty students were recognized Wednesday for receiving more than $2.3 million dollars in academic scholarships during North Little Rock's Academic Singing Day.
People are rushing to the stores to purchase their tickets for the 360 million dollar Powerball jackpot.
Springdale Har-Ber High School has been selected as the advanced division winner of the tenth annual The Big Pitch Film Festival.
The Arkansas Educational Television Network (AETN) will host two new sessions of AETN Youth Academy this summer for children ages 7-10 and 11-15.
Little Rock Students are heading to compete in the National Science Olympiads, but before they loaded up THV 11's Lauren Scott caught up with the group at UALR.
Police were looking for a person involved in a shooting near one of the schools in Gravette earlier Tuesday, but it turns out that what they were look for was a lie.
The Fiscal Affairs Committee of the Board of Trustees for the University of Arkansas met Tuesday.
Fair Park Elementary in Little Rock was evacuated Tuesday morning due to a gas leak.
Northwest Arkansas Community College is the latest institution to opt out of a state law that allows faculty and staff to carry concealed guns on campus.
The Arkansas State Board of Education is recognizing five principals who've completed the work needed to become master school principals.
John Brown University in Siloam Springs is branching out to Little Rock.
It took four days, but a sculptor has turned a tree at the University of Central Arkansas into a black bear.
The Helena-West Helena and Pulaski County school districts are to continue under state control.
The Arkansas Education Board has agreed to allow the Bradley School District in southwest Arkansas to merge with the adjacent Emerson-Taylor School District.
A federal judge in Memphis has sentenced a longtime Memphis educator to seven years in prison in a test-taking fraud scheme.
The University of Arkansas Board of Trustees is meeting this week to vote on tuition increases at its campuses across the state.
Another Arkansas college has opted out of a new state law that allows faculty and staff members to carry concealed guns on campus.
Many high schools, colleges and universities are holding their commencement ceremonies this weekend. Did you or someone you know graduate this year? Share your photos with us!
Raymond Walter will bring home a bachelor's of science degree from the University of Arkansas this weekend with a triple major in mathematics, physics and economics - and he's only 18.
The Arkansas Doodle 4 Google winner is excited and hoping to share her creative artwork with the world.
The University of Central Arkansas has named Amy Whitehead Director for the Center of Community and Economic Development (CCED).