October 30, 2019

Although it all fun and exciting for the children to dress up in their cute and cool costumes, but it is still that time to pay attention to surrounding areas when out.

 “Watch your child, you don’t let your child go out and disappear for 4 hours and go trick or treatin...

Two people were hit by a car last night while walking across University Loop by the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity house, and now A-State is asking people to look before they walk.

Associate Vice Chancellor for Marketing and Communications, Bill Smith tells us what they are...

While it might be early for flu season, it’s already starting to make it’s impact here in the natural state.

October might sound early for flu season, but the Arkansas Department of Health just issued their first weekly flu report for the 2019-2020 season. 

As of October...

October 10, 2019

Earlier this year, our neighbors in Searcy won the chance of a lifetime to be featured on a show that would help revitalize small businesses within their community.

On another edition of This Is Home Today, Sierra had the chance to speak with the stars of Small Business...

Pocahontas high school mathematics teacher Melodie Murray has been selected to be one of three others from Arkansas out of 58 state candidates to be a finalist in the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. Pocahontas High School princip...

The community joined in attendance of a public forum was created to discuss the gang related violence in Northeast Arkansas area at the Nettleton High School Performing Arts Center.

The forum, created by Mayor Harold Perrin and the Jonesboro Police Department, is a part...

Just last Tuesday, sheriff Marty Boyd was awarded the Craighead county officer of the year at the 2019 Arkansas law enforcement summit by attorney general Leslie Rutledge.

“The Craighead County officer of the year. It’s an honor that I didn’t expect. I was humbled and h...

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