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 ...
For thousands of career-military troops who endured combat and family separations during a dozen years of war in Iraq and Afghanistan, the end of hostilities brings a new directive from the government - your services are no longer needed.
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Will Strachota, son of fallen Army solider Michael Strachota, served as the Jefferson County Fair Parade Grand Marshal.
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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.
After spending more than 18 years in prison and being sentenced to death row, Damien Echols isn't quick to point blame on who he thinks committed the heinous murders of three eight-year-old boys in 1993.
Hit-and-run suspect Nathan Ray pleaded not guilty Tuesday morning in North Little Rock criminal court.
The son of Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has been found dead of a possible drug overdose in Malibu.
The sister of the Zodiac Killer's third victim said she was disappointed to learn the man blamed for the serial killings in a new book had died.
A Johns Hopkins OB/GYN is accused of secretly videotaping his patients. Earlier this week, police found the doctor dead at his home in what's believed to be a suicide.
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