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 Little Rock School District is ending a longtime reading program for struggling elementary students and parents aren't happy about it.
Health officials say a proposed medical school in Fort Smith would need three years before becoming financially self-supporting.
A Trumann man has been sentenced to five years' probation after pleading guilty to attacking three students at an elementary school in Caraway in 2012.
Pencils, erasers and crayons are school supplies you expect to see in an elementary school classroom, but with budget cuts, some students won't have them unless they're donated.
Officials at UCA voted Friday on to ban e-cigarettes on campus.
All kids enjoy snow days, but many of them probably don't want to pay the price.
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock researcher will receive funding from the National Institute of Justice to study which residents are at greatest risk of becoming a homicide victim.
The Little Rock School District board voted Thursday on whether to turn Geyer Springs Elementary School into an academy only for gifted and talented children.
Arkansas Children's Hospital and the Blue & You Foundation For A Healthier Arkansas announced today, at Little Rock Bale Elementary School, a co-sponsorship of GoNoodle for elementary schools in Arkansas.
Sports heroes usually hail from major sports we see on T.V., but here in Arkansas, we see things a little differently.
Two Arkansas charter schools are under fire for allegedly violating the U.S. Constitution.
Arkansas students have shown continued improvement in scores on Advanced Placement exams.
Voting is taking place on Tuesday in Bryant and Searcy.
A Republican lawmaker is proposing that Arkansas delay its implementation of a set of uniform benchmarks for reading, writing and mathematics that have been fully adopted in most states.
The following testing centers are closed due to inclement weather:
For fear of driving on the roads, several schools decided to let out early Friday to keep the students safe.
An 18-year-old has been arrested after a school security guard said they found a gun on him.
Amongst all of the buildings in the Little Rock area named after major figures in Arkansas history stands the Sue Cowan Williams Library, named after a woman who took a stand against unequal pay between white and black teachers.
ACT tests for students in Pulaski County are cancelled Saturday due to possible winter weather.
Arkansas State University says a feasibility study it commissioned has confirmed that the northeast Arkansas region needs a medical school.
A bus carrying members of Florida State University's track and field team has slid off a state highway in northwest Arkansas, but no one is injured.
A group of parents banding gather on the steps of the capitol to rally against common core Saturday.
One of two Michigan State University students shot in their apartment near campus Friday night has died, police said.
The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) has collaborated with the Pine Bluff Arsenal to present a Black History program Thursday, February 13 at 11:00 a.m.
The Common Core Assessment begins this year for some Arkansas schools.
An Arkansas school is rocking out!
Just days ago, Jessica Kloss received a phone call from Congressman Tim Griffin.
According to the Arkansas Department of Education, new data shows the number of students not academically prepared for college is growing smaller.
The Little Rock School District opened early enrollment for the 2014 school year on Monday.
This week is School Choice Week in Arkansas and across the country. More
than 30 events are planned across the Natural State, in addition to
5,500 events nationwide.