But crime down from ’17, data show
Little Rock police on Monday continued to investigate two weekend shootings that left three people dead and another person wounded.
Court records show an argument at a North Little Rock apartment led up to the shooting death of a 58-year-old man earlier this year.
Citing a section of the state constitution, the Arkansas Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a past false-report conviction disqualifies Jacksonville's sidelined police chief from holding that position.
The Pulaski County prosecuting attorney's office has charged two suspects in the December killing of a 24-year-old woman and her two young children in Little Rock.
Four black police officers in Little Rock filed a federal lawsuit Monday against the city over age and racial discrimination, the latest public sign of a fractured relationship between the city's police chief and members of a black police officers association.
Presidential library display shows power of music
Visitors drifted through the third floor of the Clinton Presidential Center on Sunday to the sound of rock 'n' roll songs that influenced and reflected the politics of the day.
A Little Rock police spokesman on Thursday named two men as persons of interest in the killing of a 14-year-old boy last summer.
Testimony by a Pulaski County sheriff's investigator this week in federal court identified several people involved in the mass shooting at the Power Ultra Lounge last year, including the "rival gang member" targeted by the 19-year-old man accused of firing the first shot at the Little Rock nightclub.
Report on Little Rock club shooting lists good, bad; officers’ work saved lives, but dispatching subpar, review finds
A Little Rock police report obtained Tuesday criticized several parts of the emergency response to last year's mass shooting at the Power Ultra Lounge, but it also described the efforts as a "success in every sense of the word."
He withdraws as a finalist for post in Charleston, S.C.
Little Rock Police Chief Kenton Buckner is staying in Arkansas' capital city, announcing Monday that he has withdrawn his name from consideration to lead the police force in Charleston, S.C.