One person was killed and another injured Monday in a shooting in Pine Bluff, according to police.
100 years marked by events, papers
It's been 100 years since World War I.
A Sheridan woman entered a North Little Rock restaurant last week while it was closed and drank the store's liquor, according to a police report.
Professor discusses laws in UCA visit
A media law expert told a crowd at the University of Central Arkansas on Thursday night that student journalists should be protected under the same laws that protect professional journalists.
Hillary Clinton spoke Sunday at the opening of a craft exhibit that honors the original show she organized 25 years ago as the nation's first lady.
A Missouri nonprofit that once was Arkansas' major behavioral health provider said Tuesday that it will cease operations in the state by Oct. 12.
The Arkansas Black Hall of Fame will induct six new honorees into its organization.
Tropical depression Gordon will be moving through Arkansas until Saturday, and National Weather Service officials expect the resulting rainfall to produce flooding in parts of the state.
The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday affirmed a lower court's ruling that the 2012 arrest of two anti-abortion protestors was constitutional.
The Windgate Foundation donated $1 million to University of Arkansas-Pulaski Technical College, creating the largest scholarship endowment the college has ever received and almost doubling the amount of scholarships the college grants its students.