It was, perhaps, a bad omen. Frank Broyles' dog bit Billy Graham's son. And on the morning of the Big Shootout, no less.
Group urges city to rename street for lawyer in civil-rights case that desegregated Little Rock schools
A group wants Pine Bluff to rename eight blocks of Alabama Street for Wiley A. Branton Sr., the principal lawyer in the civil-rights case that desegregated public schools in Little Rock.
On its bottom is ‘Newport, Ark.’
A Coke bottle from Newport, Ark., is getting its 15 minutes of fame.
When heavy rains flooded the Heber Springs Humane Society in the 1990s, Lynne Curry waded into the muck to save the big dogs that were tethered to submerged doghouses.
After learning of Pentagon Papers, Fulbright was pressed to divulge files
U.S. Sen. J. William Fulbright knew about the Pentagon Papers for a year and a half before The New York Times broke the story in June 1971.
Three more Arkansas properties have been listed on the National Register of Historic Places, but Johnny Cash's boyhood home in Dyess didn't make the cut -- this time.
Motorists warned of morning hazards
Forecasts predicted a thin sheet of ice would coat north Arkansas this morning.
A judge has ruled that Hotels.com and other online travel companies must remit taxes they collect for Arkansas lodging to the appropriate cities, counties, and advertising and promotion commissions that levied the taxes.
Upon his capture, they are missing
A 33-year-old man who escaped from the back seat of a Cleburne County deputy's vehicle has been charged with theft of the handcuffs he was wearing.
Ten Arkansas properties have been listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the country's official list of historically significant properties.