Pulaski County is accepting donations for its new 100 Suits program, which will provide professional clothing for young men in under-served communities.
An alpaca's appeal is not just its fluffy fleece, explained Christopher Wyman, a consultant and contractor with Heifer International.
Case hinged on order of roles
A Faulkner County judge decided what he called a chicken-before-the-egg style controversy Friday by ruling that a state Parole Board member could also hold county elected office.
Two men exploring a run for Little Rock mayor offered ideas on how to curtail homelessness in Arkansas' capital city, both saying they want to veer from the status quo.
When Airman 1st Class Devyn Freeze first climbed inside the cold, cavernous belly of a C-130 aircraft, she felt completely lost.
Aim is helping people find, keep housing
Pulaski County is considering a housing program that would target the chronically homeless, many of whom are mentally and physically disabled, to ease the strain on local resources.
Guard helicopter used to halt flooding in Lonoke County
An Arkansas National Guard helicopter was used Friday to lower 4,000-pound sandbags to stem water flowing through a breached levee near Humnoke in Lonoke County.
Pulaski County will host a veterans benefits fair March 24.
Hyde gives high marks to officials
Pulaski County's trajectory is pointed toward economic flexibility, environmental sustainability and helping youths embroiled in the criminal justice system, County Judge Barry Hyde said Tuesday.
Michael Blake of Little Rock knows he's ill-equipped to handle all the phone calls he's been getting.