An 18-month-old girl was killed in a townhouse fire on Wednesday night in Clarksville.
A state audit says Lt. Gov. Mark Darr received more than $12,000 in improper expenses.
An early skirmish in next year's election battle in the U.S. Senate is playing out over a new farm bill.
After being vacant for 6 years, the city of North Little Rock announced new retail coming to the old Walmart building in Levy.
Doctors from UAMS teamed with students from Bryant High School to provide shoes for those in need.
Ahead of last week's winter storm, grocery stores could not stock their shelves fast enough with essentials like milk and bread.
Rain expected Friday. The timing and rain totals in the video forecast.
Is Arkansas marriage only between a man and a woman? That is what one Pulaski County judge is trying to decide.
Gyonne Buckley said he wants the state to pay more than $400,000 after he was wrongfully convicted in 1999.
The Arkansas Scholarship Lottery can't keep up with the demands for scholarships. Now they're looking for new ways to bring in money. That could include the game Keno.
The City of Little Rock is looking to create a Community Alert Center within in the city.
THV11 is kicking off its "Light up the Holidays" tour. The first stop was at a home on Milbrook Road in Little Rock. Check out the video with THV's Craig O'Neill live from the event.
United States Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack has made Secretarial disaster declarations for farmers in 29 Arkansas counties related to drought conditions and flooding earlier this year.
A former Arkansas Children's Hospital patient turned her success story into inspiration for others.
We're back at the Governor's Mansion and I'm joined here with First Lady Ginger Beebe.
The Heart of Arkansas United Way and Playtime Pizza are teaming up for the 9th Annual Children's Christmas Luncheon. Over 400 underprivileged children from the Little Rock, North Little Rock, and Pulaski County Special School Districts will enjoy a festive holiday event.
Thursday, more than 1,800 children and spouses from around the country will embark on an all expenses-paid trip to Texas, and one of those flights is leaving from Little Rock.
The man charged with the murder of a local dispatcher has returned to Arkansas.
Pulaski Technical College will ask voters next year to approve a local funding initiative to provide much-needed support for the college's operations and capital projects.
The U.S. Small Business Administration Arkansas District Office is seeking successful and inspiring entrepreneurs to represent Arkansas during SBA's 2014 Small Business Week. Nominations are due January 17, 2014.
The Festival of Stars toy and donation drive offers donors the opportunity to drop off holiday gift items for the patients of Arkansas Children's Hospital.
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