I found the guy who is responsible for the Mayflower oil spill. He's in the studio.
I'm 62-years-old. More and more often I'm getting reminders of how old I've become.
This is Craig's Twist 89. . .Dr Seussquestration: Horton Hears a Boo
Craig O'Neill runs down his list of Winners and Losers for the week
THV 11 viewers might be interested to know that, not only am I adept at picking horses at Oaklawn, but I am just as proficient at picking winners of the Academy Awards.
As a public service, Craig O'Neill offers advice on the horses NOT to bet on at Oaklawn.
What happened at the State Capitol yesterday should be used as a blueprint for governing.
So glad you could join us for a Night Before Christmas with a twist-Craig's Twist.
The Road Runner and Wiley Coyote had a cliff, Thelma and Louise had a cliff, and Cheers had a cliff. But, we don't have a fiscal cliff. It's all manmade.
Before the presidential campaign started, we had President Obama in the White House, a Democratic-controlled Senate and a Republican-controlled House.
More than 33,000 people voted on the last day of early voting Monday, and more than 439,000 voters turned out for early voting total. Pretty impressive.
What is the number one factor that'll determine your vote this time?
While folks continue debating who won last night's presidential debate, I say there was a clear cut loser.
Have you noticed a change in us here at Today's THV? It may be a tad too soon, but chances are good you'll start to notice real soon.
Watching the debates from Denver last night, I was struck by the ghosts of presidential debates past.
In this edition of Craig's Twist, he tackles some of the problems plaguing our country right now. You know, the economy, debt, climate change, education, issues in the Middle East, the financial uncertainty in Europe.
It's a Craig's Twist live from the Clinton Center as Craig looks back at momentous speeches by former President Bill Clinton.
It never gets old, does it? No matter the sport, no matter the athlete, seeing an American get the gold and hearing the Star Spangled Banner. ...It gets me everytime.
I'd like to compliment the Romney and President Obama campaigns, for pulling their TV ads after the tragic shootings in Colorado.
It's a sports edition of Craig's Twist, focusing on memories surrounding Ray Winder Field in Little Rock.
I have problems with three words in the Declaration of Independence.
Craig's Twist 69: Oaklawn and the health care ruling.
Craig's Twist 68. My brother and I used to play a game called "Think Fast," when growing up. Oftentimes, it meant getting hit in the head with a Frisbee, baseball, or whatever.
Craig's Twist 67 is all about Father's Day. Who do you think was the greatest TV dad of all time?
Welcome to Craig's Twist 66, Mitt versus Barack.
The Occupiers weren't making a statement, they were asking a question. They were asking, "Is greed an American value?"
Beginning tonight, we announce a long term commitment to follow several Arkansas schools who have agreed to try a brand new idea.
Heads up, Arkansas; there's a beautiful world out there.
In this edition of "Craig's Twist," hear commentary on the state we're in now after seeing a photo from the signing ceremony of "No Child Left Behind" 12 years ago.