Cooler than average temperatures this week.
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Heated words Monday night between people attending
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Today's THV is working for you to answer your questions. This one was about the abandoned homes in the UALR area.
It was a weather family segment during Ed Buckner's weather forecast on Friday. Watch as he welcomes his nephews on camera to help ...
"Wings Over Arkansas" is an award-based program recognizing bird watchers' contributions to Arkansas' outdoors.
If you wake with puffy eyes, here are 6 easy ways to get rid of them fast.
Arkansas Auditor Jim Wood says there is millions of dollars in unclaimed or abandoned property and you may be entitled to it.
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.
It was shocking testimony in the trial of Mike MacKool, who's facing a capital murder charge in the death of his mother-in-law, Janie Ballard.
Mark Edwards joined the THV 11 sports department in 2003. A Little Rock native, Mark graduated from Henderson State University in Arkadelphia with a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism. He also played for Henderson State's basketball team.
THV 11's Ashley Blackstone went to talk with him concerning the 20th anniversary of the West Memphis Murders, but Jessie ran away, not wanting to talk.
THV 11's taking the show on the road! In April through June, we'll highlight a different festival in various parts of the Natural State and broadcast live from the event!
When families have issues they can't handle, or problems they can't solve, sometimes they reach out for help, but they can also choose to do something dangerous, or even deadly.
Hundreds of primary care physicians in Arkansas will soon begin receiving supplemental monthly payments to help them provide better and more comprehensive patient care as part of Medicaid's effort to transform the state's health care system.
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