Thursday the Arkansas Department of Health confirmed 20 Arkansans have died ...
Cooler than average temperatures this week.
The No. 24 Arkansas baseball team (21-13) raced out to an early lead Wednesday ...
Due to the threat of inclement weather, Arkansas baseball's series opener with ...
The story of how Joey the Garden Cat came to THV 11.
Larry was born in a downtown lot next to Today's THV in the fall of 2004. Many of the THV staffers spotted his mom with two very small kittens coming in and out of a drainage pipe.
The Humane Society of Pulaski County is giving you the chance to be a hero!
The Benton Police Department recently added a new K-9 partner to the ranks. The K-9 is an 18 month old Belgian Malinois/German Shepard breed dog.
It's not often that a lost pet can unite an entire community, but don't tell that to the people of Bald Knob.
Neil Curry with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission stopped by "THV 11 News at Noon" to talk about our bird of the week, the common loon.
Dr. Bob Hale with the Briarwood Animal Hospital stopped by THV 11 to answer your pet questions.
Dr. Bob Hale with the Briarwood Animal Hospital answers your pet questions on "THV 11 This Morning".
The Humane Society of Pulaski County has its hands full trying to manage dozens of cats rescued from a home in McCrory.
Canines in some Arkansas courts could soon be a real 'paw-sibility'.
The city of Maumelle has become a leader in Arkansas in humane and progressive ways of dealing with feral cats.
order to help military members cope with PTSD, one group is enlisting the help of man's best friend.
Dr. Bob Hale with Briarwood Animal Hospital is answering your pet questions on "Today's THV at Noon."
We first brought you Scooby's story three weeks ago, but he still hasn't found his forever home.
An adoption event will be held this week in Searcy for residents who wish to take home horses and burros that have been rescued by the Bureau of Land Management.
Coming up today in the C-block, we're talking pets. Is your pet eating several times a day but it seems to be going right through them?
Pulaski County Quorum Court approved an ordinance appropriating $50,000 from the general fund to subsidize a spay/neuter program through the group Arkansans for Animals.