Water Main Break Forces Foreman to Cancel Class
More than 500 students got out around 11 a.m. due to a lack of water.
Foreman, AR schools dismissing early due to broken water line
Schools in Foreman will dismiss early Monday morning due to low water pressure.
Fort Smith lays out 12-year plan for clean water
Fort Smith officials say a 12-year, $200 million plan will help the city comply with the federal Clean Water Act.
Hatfield receives AFCA honor
Ken Hatfield has been named the recipient of the 2015 Amos Alonzo Stagg Award.
LR tobacco store robbed; man flees
Little Rock police are searching for a man who robbed the Tobacco Outlet on University Avenue on Monday night.
Joseph Linkugel, 87, of Bellevue, passed away on November 12, 2014 at his residence in Bellevue, KY. He was a Foreman with Ruthman Machinery.
Arkansas ranchers warned of acorn poison in cattle
The University of Arkansas' Division of Agriculture is warning ranchers in the state about the possibility of acorn poisoning in cattle.
Becoming an Arkansas teacher event set Saturday
Arkansans who are interested in becoming a teacher in the can learn more about the process at the Arkansas Department of Education's Becoming an Arkansas Teacher event.
Police Investigate LR Taxpayer-funded Gravel Delivered to Private Property
An anonymous tip from a KARK viewer leads to an investigation at the Little Rock Public Works department, involving potential wasted tax dollars.