RUSSELLVILLE, AR -- Arkansas Tech University is now the third-largest university in the Natural State, surpassing the University of Arkansas in Little Rock and the University of Central Arkansas, according to the latest enrollment numbers.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Missouri Republicans made history late Wednesday night voting to override Governor Nixon's veto of a bill that extends the state's waiting period for an abortion. The legislation would triple this mandatory waiting period from 24 to 72 hours.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- According to police reports, the owners, Pam Gazette and Lee Jackson, told officers their dogs went missing from their home on River Ridge Road on Sunday. Gazette and Jackson posted flyers, alerted the Arkansas Lost and Found pet Network and drove around their neighborhood looking for the breeds.
YELLVILLE, Ark. -- Arkansans have the option of voting early in elections. But does early voting actually help improve voter turnout? Grant Sloan visits Marion County to take a closer look at the split on opinions.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Arkansas' surgeon general says he supports increased regulation of so-called "e-cigarettes" after a World Health Organization study on potential health harms of indoor exposure to vapors.
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.