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Greenbrier Christian Academy preschool classes of three, four and five year old children recently completed a curriculum unit of study on fairy tales and fables.
Arkansas State Troopers have spent the last two days assisting motorists who have been involved in accidents on snow or ice covered highways.
Afternoon Update, sent weekday afternoons, keeps you up to date with breaking news and updates from later in the day.
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)
Republican Senate hopeful and U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton says President Barack Obama should visit Arkansas to see the effects of the nation's new health care law.
As winter weather starts to grind all productivity to a halt in Arkansas, a handful of state legislators are staying busy.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is taking a step closer to seeking the GOP presidential nomination for 2016 by becoming the headline speaker at a meeting of conservative pastors.
A snow plow clears snow and ice from U.S. Highway 62 in Mountain Home, Ark., Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013.
A slow-moving storm will continue to lash parts of the central USA with ice and snow on Friday.
WHO: All Arkansans. WHAT: With ice storm warnings in effect, all citizens of Arkansas are urged to register for the public safety service, Smart911.
An attack by the National Republican Senatorial Committee on GOP representative Tom Cotton's opponent in next year's election, Senator Mark Pryor, is causing a stir.
The forecast for severe winter weather across much of Arkansas triggered the Arkansas National Guard to prepare for a statewide winter weather response Wednesday.
Buffalo National River reopened the Steel Creek Campground, including the horse camp, on Friday for winter use.
After slamming portions of the north-central and western U.S. with brutal cold and heavy snow Wednesday, the worst of the wintry weather threat shifts to the South on Thursday.
Marco Rubio's leadership PAC is launching a six-figure ad buy for Rep. Tom Cotton 's Senate bid in Arkansas, the second time he's aided a sitting senator or Senate candidate this year.