Arkansas Man Dies of Malnutrition and Dehydration in Jail; He Couldn’t Afford $100 Bail

The mentally disabled man spent more than a year awaiting trial on charges from an arrest where officers wanted to protect his well being.

Earle, Ark., Elects Jaylen Smith, 18, The Youngest Ever Black U.S. Mayor

A recent high school graduate who still lives with his parents, ran on a progressive platform.

Arkansas Daughters of the American Revolution Chapter Inducts First Black Member

Sharon Fort traced her lineage to a person who supplied people fighting in the Revolutionary War, which led to her becoming a DAR member.

DOJ Launches Federal Civil Rights Investigation Into Shocking Arkansas Arrest Caught On Camera

Randal Worcester’s head filmed having his head being bashed into the concrete.

Rookie Arkansas Cop Dies In Training One Month After Joining Department

Vincent Parks, 38, died during training exercises in North Little Rock.

Arkansas Woman Says She Was Turned Away From A Church Because She’s Black

The pastor called the incident a “setback.”

Arkansas Juneteenth Soul Food Festival Canceled After All-White Host Panel Revealed

Uproar exploded on social media reportedly after a preliminary event poster was leaked.

Gunmen Open Fire At Arkansas Charity Car Show, Leaving Man Dead, 28 Wounded

Police are looking into a shooting that wounded more than two dozen, including six children. One suspect remains on the loose while another is in custody.