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* Monday Night: A 30 percent chance of snow. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 18. North wind around 5 mph becoming calm in the evening.
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The man wanted in connection to a weekend murder in Madison County shot himself after a car chase in western Arkansas.
The "Knockout Game" -- a supposed trend in which kids dare one another to sucker punch an unsuspecting victim -- is purely a media fabrication.
Nick New, 11, topples over after trying to ride a laundry basket down a hill at Thurman G. Smith Elementary in Springdale.
As of Sunday morning, around 12,000 Arkansans remained without power in and around Central Arkansas.
Brad Choate, one of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville's most successful fundraisers, is expected to talk publicly this week for the first time about how the Division of University Advancement under his leadership last year became mired in a surprise, multimillion-dollar deficit.
The Arkansas Razorbacks lost to both Mississippi schools this year in football, but at least the state leads in another, more important area: the number of adults age 25-64 with college degrees.
A cold front surged into Arkansas from the north on December 4th. The front was followed by a blast of arctic air and plenty of moisture, with a winter storm on the 5th/6th.
Snow, sleet, and freezing rain are forecast to hit the eastern United States this weekend, and temperatures will stay below zero in the west, the National Weather Service said, after a deadly winter storm slammed the nation's midsection on Friday.
Central Arkansas Transit Authority services began operating on most routes at 9:00 this morning.
Sleet, snow and freezing rain began to finish a two-day trek across Arkansas on Friday but a blast of bitterly cold air and more precipitation was expected to hit the state before it could thaw.
A big chunk of the U.S. is getting a blast of frigid temperatures, sleet, snow and ice.
In the aftermath of a winter storm that blanketed most of Arkansas, the Arkansas National Guard is again answering the call to provide specialized equipment and skills to support local communities.
The winter storm has knocked out power for more than 40,000 Arkansans. According to Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas, roughly 20,000 people are without power, while Entergy is reporting 11,377 as of 4 p.m. There are 9,565 people who use Southwestern Electric Power Company that don't have power, and eight outages near Petit Jean State Park being ... (more)
Obama hasn't visited Arkansas during his presidency, and he remains deeply unpopular in the state where Cotton hopes to unseat Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor in next year's election.
State Troopers across Arkansas have spent most of last night and today assisting motorists who have been victims of snow or ice covered highways.