Tyson Foods is looking into reports that China’s customs agency has suspended poultry imports from a Tyson facility in the United States after coronavirus cases were confirmed among its employees.
Attorney General Leslie Rutledge filed the lawsuit in Arkansas against Bakker and Morningside Church Productions, just three months after the state of Missouri filed a similar lawsuit.
A Walmart in Fayetteville, Arkansas is reimagining the shopping experience during the coronavirus pandemic by using self-checkout counters only, in lieu of traditional cashier lanes.
A nursing student spent her last semester at university not olny trying to get through her finals, but battling COVID-19 as well.
A school resource officer in Wynne, Arkansas, is going viral for his daily act of kindness each morning before school starts.
The shooting was reported mid-morning Monday in Forrest City, about 85 miles east of Little Rock.
An Arkansas police officer tried to make good out of an unfortunate situation when he purchased groceries for a family that had allegedly attempted to shoplift from a local Walmart.
A police officer who was killed in his patrol car in northwest Arkansas was shot 10 times in the head and his killer was interested in anti-law enforcement groups, sheriffs officials said Friday in releasing video from the scene and autopsy details.
A Fayetteville, Arkansas police officer was murdered while sitting in his patrol car behind the police station on Saturday night. Officer Stephen Carr was the son of a retired Houston police sergeant.
An Arkansas toddler died over the weekend after he ran back into a burning house to rescue the family dog, officials say.
Say cheese—or not.
Jilliann Grouse recorded her son Rutledge's response after she told him that she ate all of his Halloween candy while he was asleep.
A hunter in Arkansas died after a deer he shot turned the tables — and reportedly attacked him.
A Kansas dog who has lived in an animal shelter for more than a year was finally adopted on Tuesday, a week after a man moved into the shelter to try and help find the dog a home.
Dr. Edith Irby Jones' family told FOX 26 her love for medicine stemmed from losing her 12-year-old sister at the age of eight to typhoid fever and suffering from rheumatic fever herself as a child. She graduated from Knoxville College, and in 1948, she became the first black person to be accepted into UAMS.