Throughout Christmas, the halls of the Capitol are filled with Christmas cheer as school choirs from across the state sing in the holiday season.
More than 210 surfers dressed as Santa Claus, elves and snowmen were surfing the Christmas Eve waves off central Florida's Atlantic coast.
With a few days left before Christmas, here's a look at some interesting figures about this holiday season.
Some postal offices will have shortened lobby hours on Christmas Eve, and select locations will close at noon on Wednesday.
Kids were in for a treat on Monday thanks to the Little Rock Fire Department and Watershed Family Resource Center.
All types of Arkansans are volunteering today at the salvation army, from company presidents to school teachers to teenagers.
The Little Rock Fire Department is doing a small parade from Central Fire Station to DHS to deliver toys that they have been collection in their 14 fire stations.
The North Little Rock Fire Department has raised $3,500 to purchase bicycles for needy children on The Salvation Army Angel Tree.
It's a busy time for the Salvation Army.
Craig O'Neill is live at the Ronald McDonald House as they prepare for their holiday lighting ceremony tonight.
Shop with a Cop went on as planned on Sunday in Conway.
Officials have canceled the holiday lighting ceremony at the Arkansas state Capitol because of the wintry weather.
Every first Thursday of the month, the historic shops of Hillcrest has something to offer at Shop & Sip.
The Rockefeller Center Christmas tree, a 76-foot Norway Spruce from Shelton, Conn., has been lit with the help of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
On Wednesday at 10 a.m., a small press conference and check presentation took place at the Wal-Mart Super Center located at 4450 East McCain Boulevard. During this press conference, four checks were presented to the North Little Rock Police Department to help fund the eighth Annual "Shop with a Cop." Checks were presented by Wal-Mart, Old Chicago Pizza NLR, Pinnacle Pointe Hospital, and John and Angelica Rogers, Candlewood Suites.
On December 19th, the Bryant Police Department is starting a new tradition in its city.
Little Rock's holiday parade has been postponed due to expected inclement weather which is expected to hit central Arkansas this weekend.
Here's a sneak peek at the 12th annual Enchanted Forest Trail of Lights. The holiday spirit spreads nightly from 6 p.m.- 9:30 p.m. The mile-long trail of lights is a great holiday tradition.
(Photos: Bree Conyers)
The Little Rock Mosaic Templars added a little culture to the holiday season with their annual Say it Ain't Say Sweet Potato Pie Contest.
Our partners at KSSN 96 have a busy holiday season ahead. Their annual toy hill drive benefits the Marine Corps' Toys For Tots.
According to American Express, when you shop small and local, more than 50 percent of the money you spend stays within the community, making life better for you and your neighbors.
Now that Thanksgiving is out of the way, Christmas preps are underway. For many, that means putting up the Christmas lights.
The countdown to Christmas is on, and for one Paragould mother that means collecting as many toys as possible, but not for her own kids.
The bells have been ringing, but Salvation Army said there haven't been enough of them.
Here is a list of links for different Black Friday deals and sales from various stores.
The Moore family said everyone is invited to join them for Thanksgiving dinner in Cabot.
Take a look at a gingerbread city, an unwanted Louis Vuitton bag, and butterball bowling.
For a lot of Arkansas families, money is tight this holiday season, and thanksgiving dinner is something they just can't afford.
Earlier this year we told you the story of George Mallory who has perfected all the techniques for winning those games at the state fair. You know, the ones with all the big stuffed toys.
The Chairman of Centennial Bank heard our report on the Compassion Center on THV 11 on Tuesday. Without hesitation, they responded to the need in full force.