AROUND ARKANSAS -- Arkansas law enforcement agencies adding military-like equipment to their arsenal. After research, agencies have received what some might call an alarming amount of military grade equipment, nearly 30 million dollars.
FERGUSON, Mo. -- A grand jury could take months to decide whether or not to charge a Ferguson police officer for killing a teenager, while the protests surrounding the town and the corresponding social media debates that span the country continue.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - One idea floated today, an intensive 2-and-a-half year program for prisoners that could give them a chance to leave lock-up a year early and save the state an estimated $54 million a year.
FAULKNER COUNTY, AR -- With recent child rape cases in Faulkner County, the county prosecutor hopes to bring dogs into the courtroom to help victimized children testify and bring their attackers to justice.
MOUNT SINJAR, IRAQ -- A dramatic rescue mission is under way to save thousands of people trapped by ISIS militants in northern Iraq.
A local expert who spent years advising the U.S. government in the Middle East weighs in on why we're getting involved again.
After spending years separated by hundreds of miles, a father and son reunite in California.
In Part Three of a Special Report, Fresno reporter Jack Highberger captures the reunion of 19-year-old Manuel with his father, Santos, and asks them if it was all worth it in the end.
SPRINGFIELD, MO. -- It's been almost four months since the March 31st deadline to enroll in health care through the Affordable Care Act and doctors are experiencing an influx of patients with the new marketplace insurance.
For undocumented migrants surging into the U.S., the long journey from Central America doesn't end at the border.
In Part Two of a Special Report, Fresno reporter Jack Highberger catches up to Manuel as he prepares to leave El Salvador to join his father Santos in California, who's been saving to send for his son for years.
The crisis on the U.S. border begins with desperation and violence in Central America.
In Part One of a Special Report, Fresno reporter Jack Highberger visits El Salvador to find out why one teen is among thousands risking their lives to reach the U.S. border, despite the uncertain fate that awaits them.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Sunday marks three months since a deadly tornado struck Central Arkansas. Countless opportunities to donate goods and money arose in the aftermath. Now, nonprofits and local officials are working to put systems in place on how to spend those remaining funds as folks offer feedback on response in the immediate aftermath.