Dignitaries, Arkansans witness debut
A U.S. Navy warship named for Arkansas' capital city was ceremoniously brought to life Saturday, transforming the sleek-bodied vessel into an active military asset.
Applications for private clubs in unincorporated Pulaski County must now receive support from the Quorum Court, a new step, though what criteria the Quorum Court members will consider is not explicit.
A Pulaski County executive order that will restrict employees who smoke to do so inside their cars will protect public health, the county judge says, though one elected official questioned its potential effectiveness.
Families treated to sweets, photos, too
Holiday tragedy struck the Clemmons-Charton household when an elf-on-the-shelf toppled from atop the refrigerator onto the floor and into the path of roving pets.
A former Alexander police officer accused of wrongfully killing a 30-year-old man testified Wednesday that his shooting death was accidental and she can't remember whether she pulled the trigger.
Public servants who watch young people move through the Pulaski County juvenile-justice system met Tuesday to discuss making detention a last resort rather than a stopgap.
Fashion show at Mosaic Templars center draws crowd, shines light on creativity
A Little Rock museum morphed into a runway as models strutted, swayed and sashayed in apparel conceived by Arkansas-based black designers.
A North Little Rock husband and wife were arrested Friday after the woman gave her handgun to her husband and he fired at another person during an argument, police said.
Pet owner Deletta Seekins lugged Catimus "Max" Maximus into a Pulaski County veterinary clinic for what was likely to be the young cat's worst morning, ever.
Midterm election to boost poll commission’s spending
Pulaski County's $144.67 million budget for the 2018 calendar year was approved Tuesday by the Quorum Court in a quick, unanimous vote.