Arkansans age 65 and older are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. An additional 115,000 people can begin making immunization appointments.
Low water pressure has prompted the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff to place about 380 students in temporary housing.
Black-Owned NWA is hosting the Northwest Arkansas Black-Owned Business Expo Feb. 27 at Shiloh Square in downtown Springdale.
Despite the inclement winter weather blanketing the state, thousands of Arkansans are still receiving their COVID-19 vaccinations.
Utility companies are asking Arkansans to limit their energy usage during this week’s severe winter weather.
In this episode, we speak with three African American women working in the field of history about the importance of celebrating Black history year-round.
A bill aiming to ban the teaching of the 1619 Project curriculum in public schools has failed in committee.
The Federal Retail Pharmacy Program will provide a 20 percent increase in available doses across the state by providing 11,000 doses to 58 Walmart stores.
In this audio story, we hear from BIPOC Arkansans about why they are or are not planning to take the COVID-19 vaccine.
A bill that would have allowed Marshallese migrants who are not citizens to become police officers failed in committee due to a lack of votes.