A U.S. district judge on Monday ordered a new delay in federal executions, hours before the first lethal injection was scheduled to be carried out at a federal prison in Indiana.
Before the pandemic, a bride-to-be did a “first look” with her kindergarten class and their reaction’s were priceless.
Walmart paid almost $180 million in cash bonuses to its hourly associates nationwide on Thursday and has fulfilled its goal of hiring 200,000 more employees since March in response to demand prompted by the novel coronavirus, the company announced.
A father working at a high risk hospital treating coronavirus patients can only see his 1-year-old through glass door.
With many restaurants closing their doors, some firefighters in Arkansas have taken it upon themselves to help feed truckers whose meal options are dwindling.
A school resource officer in Wynne, Arkansas, is going viral for his daily act of kindness each morning before school starts.
Wildlife officials in Arkansas are searching for the person who shot and killed a bald eagle.
Rookie cops in Arkansas were made to sing Christmas songs before being hit with stun guns, and if that wasn't embarrassing enough, their department recorded a video and posted on Facebook.
The department received hundreds of phone calls saying Donna Reneau was disrespectful for scolding Debra Stevens as she sobbed and asked for help, at one point telling her to "shut up."
A 27-year-old Arkansas police officer who was “ambushed and executed” as he sat in his patrol car outside his headquarters earlier this month was shot 10 times in the head by a gunman who was interested in anti-law enforcement groups, investigators said.
Say cheese—or not.
A very good service dog is making her first appearance in an Arkansas elementary school's yearbook.
A hunter in Arkansas died after a deer he shot turned the tables — and reportedly attacked him.
A homeless man high on drugs didn't just hear good news, he lived it out, recalling after his dramatic transformation in an Arkansas church, "God is real."
An Arkansas woman who was arrested on drug charges allegedly told police as she was being read her Miranda rights that if she failed a chemical drug test it would be due to the methamphetamine sandwich her brother fed her.