NORTH LITTLE ROCK -- An indictment against Christopher Nichols of North Little Rock alleges he and a family member used a fake address and the address of an auto repair shop to receive more than a quarter million dollars through a federal program to feed hungry kids.
OKLAHOMA (Fox24 via CNN) -- Some lawmakers in Oklahoma want to make Advanced Placement U.S. History history. They say it focuses too much on the negative aspects of history. But students and teachers disagree.
GROVE, Okla. -- Oklahoma Sen. Rob Standridge is proposing selling or appraising the Grand River Dam Authority electric generation and transmission facilities to build a trust fund for education in the state. However, not everyone is on board with the senator's plan.
GROVE, Okla. -- A recent study ranks Oklahoma schools as the 4th worst in the nation. Fox 24's Corley Peel asked school leaders at Grove High School about the state's standing in education matters and what they're seeing in their classrooms.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- President Barack Obama will deliver his 2015 State of the Union address at 8 p.m. Tuesday. In a video released by the White House, the president gives insight into how he's getting ready for the speech, and what his goals in the new year are.
Washington (Fox24 via CNN)— GOP heads hope to get back on track with their aggressive agenda to forcefully confront President Barack Obama on the top issues of the day, including the Keystone XL pipeline, immigration, health care and national security.
STUTTGART, Ark. -- With the easing of restrictions against Cuba, the Arkansas rice industry preparing for what could be a big boost in international sales, which could mean hundreds of millions of dollars.
The Yellow Cab franchise in Little Rock is standing by a driver who took an 11-year-old girl half way to Florida. The girl swiped money from her grandmother's sock drawer and made it all the way to Georgia before police caught up with her.
FAYETTEVILLE -- With the repeal of Ordinance 119 passing in the Dec. 9 special election, University of Arkansas law professor Danielle Weatherby discusses what this means and what's next as far as civil rights protection in Fayetteville.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Early voting continues on the possible repeal of Ordinance 119, and groups supporting and opposing the civil rights measure are continuing to voice their concerns and campaign as voters decide whether to repeal the statute.