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The bill would ban Arkansas public schools from teaching certain courses on race and social justice if passed. [Read More]
The 14-year-old saved two children from drowning over the last two years... [Read More]
A 20-year-old student passed out in a fraternity restroom and died Saturday afternoon, according to Capt. Gary Crain with the University of Arkansas Police Department... [Read More]
The lawsuit alleges that school coaches violated the student's 504 plan and that one coach made discriminatory comments and banned some traditional African-American hairstyles. [Read More]
"While we saw a significant decline in new cases, our testing was also lower," Gov. Asa Hutchinson wrote in a statement. [Read More]
A quick look at the three candidates who have announced they're running for governor of Arkansas. [Read More]
Instantly transform any room into a private movie theater with one of these top-rated home projectors. [Read More]
Former White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders has launched her bid to be the next governor of Arkansas. [Read More]
500 Arkansas National Guard soldiers have returned from Washington D.C. after they helped protect the capitol during President Joe Biden's inauguration ceremony. [Read More]
A Rogers pharmacy says 7,000 people on its COVID-19 vaccine waiting list. [Read More]
Hearst Television participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means we may get paid commissions on purchases made through our links to retailer sites. [Read More]
The university expected to vaccinate about 600 employees Saturday. [Read More]
Sunday Night Could Get A Little Bumpy... [Read More]
Arkansas State Police Special Agents are investigating an apparent homicide in Scott County. [Read More]
The university expected to vaccinate about 1,000 employees Saturday. [Read More]
One person is dead after an overnight complex fire on S Walton Blvd in Bentonville, according to a fire marshal on scene. [Read More]
Dr. Jennifer Dillaha with the Arkansas Department of Health said the state needs more COVID-19 vaccines in order to keep up with demand. [Read More]
The families of the victims of former VA pathologist, Robert Levy, consider taking legal action against the VA Health System of the Ozarks. [Read More]
Around 400 employees got their first dose of the Pfizer vaccine... [Read More]
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