FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- In light of the Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide, the University of Arkansas is now allowing employees to enroll their same sex spouses in UA health, dental & vision insurance plans.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- Walton Arts Center’s main building will close July 1, and will reopen in early November for a full season of programming while construction continues until the scheduled completion in November 2016.
BERRYVILLE, AR -- Deputies arrested Jeffrey Earl Matlock on Saturday, June 27 after a violent crime spree that included allegations of kidnapping, assault, terroristic threats, theft, and drug charges.
LITTLE ROCK, AR (News release) - Children in Arkansas are at an increased risk for drowning, according to research conducted by the Arkansas Infant and Child Death Review Program at Arkansas Children’s Hospital (ACH).
KNWA via NBC News -- Oklahoma and other states can continue to carry out capital punishment by lethal injection, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 Monday even though the combination of drugs they use differs from one approved by the court seven years ago.
KNWA/Fox 24 via NBC News -- You're throwing away a lot more food than you think. Americans estimate they waste about $640 in household food each year, according to a new survey by the American Chemistry Council.
SPRINGDALE— Wedding services and products are a 55 billion dollar industry, employing over 700,000 people. With same sex couples now allowed to marry legally, local event planners are preparing for an influx of business.
FORT SMITH, AR--A Fort Smith church congregation came together and the pastor preached on more than just the gospel this Sunday. He centered his message and service around the confederate flag and spreading peace.
FAYETTEVILLE— For Summer Allen and Jocelyn Smith, marriage has been a unobtainable dream. The two have been dating for six years, and even considered moving out of the state to tie the knot. After Friday’s same sex ruling they rushed to get their marriage license.