A Little Rock police lieutenant with ties to the department that span three generations is the agency's newest spokesman.
A man accused of firing the first shots in a gunfight that injured 28 people at a Little Rock nightclub in July has connections to a gang member slain in the city's first homicide of the year.
The Arkansas State Police has released a first draft of the licensing and training procedures for carrying concealed handguns in bars, public colleges and other previously forbidden places under a so-called enhanced carry law approved this year.
Third arrest made in fatal carjacking
Little Rock police to revise shifts next year; patrol officers to work 40-hour weeks but 12-hour days
The Little Rock Police Department plans to move patrol officers from eight-hour shifts to 12-hour shifts next year to keep more officers on the streets and reduce overtime expenses.
Federal authorities on Tuesday arrested an Arkansas man accused of beating a black man during a white supremacist rally that turned deadly in Charlottesville, Va., in August.
One person died and two officers were injured Saturday morning in a vehicle crash and an officer-involved shooting in Little Rock, the city's police chief said.
A prominent Little Rock anti-violence activist said a confrontation with Little Rock police at his home this week underscores racial-bias and training problems facing the department.
Prominent Little Rock activist riled after encounter with policemen; officers mistook cellphone for gun
A confrontation between Little Rock police and a prominent anti-violence activist has created a rift between the department and one of its longtime allies in the city's fight against crime.
North Little Rock police Lt. Jim Scott removed a small black drone from his shoulder bag, unfolded the aerial device's four arms and pressed a button near its propellers.