Dad Who Walked 11 Miles To Work Given Car By Co-WorkersA UPS employee in Arkansas was walking 11 miles to work every day until his co-workers found out and stepped in to help the single father.
'Mad Pooper' Copycat Caught On Video Terrorizing HomeownersAccording to multiple reports, a Little Rock woman and her fiancé have been the victim of two 'poop attacks' since December.
Couple Names First Child After Olive Garden RestaurantJustin and Jordan Garton came up with the pun-filled tribute to celebrate their Italian heritage as well as to acknowledge the restaurant that kept them going during a rough financial period.
Arkansas College Student Accused Of Considering Mass AttackPolice arrested a student at a Christian college in Arkansas, alleging he told officers he had been building small bombs and that he posted a note in a dormitory common room saying "the maniacal side" of his brain was a "fun little guy" who wanted to inflict mass casualties on society.
Rapper Arrested Day After Shooting At Little Rock NightclubRapper Finese 2Tymes was arrested in Alabama early Sunday, a day after a shooting at one of his concerts in Little Rock left 28 people injured, the U.S. Marshal Service said.
Little Rock Police: Several Injured After Nightclub ShootingLittle Rock Police say they are investigating a shooting at an Arkansas nightclub that left at least 17 people injured.
Arkansas' Set to Conclude Executions With 4th on ThursdayArkansas' aggressive effort to execute condemned inmates is set to conclude Thursday after the state Supreme Court refused to halt the execution of a man who killed a former deputy prison warden following an escape.
Arkansas Vows To Keep Pushing For Executions Despite SetbackArkansas officials vowed to carry out a double execution later this week after the U.S. Supreme Court delivered a setback to the state's plan to resume capital punishment for the first time in nearly 12 years with a ruling sparing an inmate just minutes before his death warrant was set to expire.
Report: US Poultry Workers Forced to Wear Diapers On JobA report from international advocacy group Oxfam says poultry workers in the United States labor in a "climate of fear," with some forced to wear diapers on the job.
Heisman Watch: Can Alabama's Amari Cooper End Heisman Drought For Receivers?Every season is different when it comes to the Heisman Trophy, but history suggests it will be very tough for Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper to have a legitimate shot at striking a pose in New York at the end of the season.
No. 25 Arkansas Women Top Coppin State 71-57Sarah Watkins had 22 points, 10 rebounds and five blocked shots Friday night to lead No. 25 Arkansas to a 71-57 victory over Coppin State.
AP's Kurt Voigt Talks PetrinoThe AP's Kurt Voigt talks about the Bobby Petrino scandal on 105.7 The Fan.