Recent Articles
  • Saline County Deputies Searching For Missing 15-Year-Old Runaway

    SALINE COUNTY (KTHV) — Saline County Sheriff’s Office deputies and detectives are asking for your help in locating a juvenile that has run away from her home. Heather Lattin, 15, of Paron was last seen leaving her home wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with the word “California” on the front. She was last seen at approximately 8:00 p.m. on Monday, April 15. Lattin has brown hair and brown eyes. Detectives ask that anyone with information about Ms. Lattin’s location please […]

  • Men With Beards Dirtier Than Dogs, Study Finds

    (KTHV) — Shaving may not only make men look cleaner, but it actually makes them cleaner, a new study found. Researchers say men’s beards carry more microbes than dogs, The Daily Mail said. In the study at Switzerland’s Hirslanden Clinic, swabs were taken from 18 men with hairy chins. They also were taken from 30 dogs of varying breeds. Professor Andreas Gutzeit said all of the beards were carrying “a significantly higher bacterial load.” Only 23 of the 30 dogs had […]

  • Corps Issues Small Craft Advisory For Arkansas River

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV)—The Army Corps of Engineers issued a small craft advisory for the Arkansas River.  Recent rains in Oklahoma and Arkansas have caused flows to rise.  During high flows, strong currents and large debris can threaten the safety of pleasure craft. Small craft advisories are issued when flows exceed 70,000 cubic feet per second. Flows at Trimble Lock and Dam near Fort Smith are about 77,000 c.f.s. and will increase downstream of Fort Smith along the Arkansas River […]

  • South Dakota Woman Dies After Falling Off The Hawksbill Crag

    PONCA, Ark. (KTHV)—According to Newton County Sheriff Glenn Wheeler, a 20-year-old woman died Saturday morning (April 13) after falling off the Hawksbill Crag at Whitaker Point. Andrea Norton was with a group of college students from Sioux City, Iowa. She was reportedly re-positioning herself for a photo when she fell about 100 feet. This is the second incident in that area this year. In the previous incident, a man fell about 20 feet and suffered head injuries.

  • New Arkansas Bill Would Make Lying About Your Pet Being A Service Animal Illegal

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) — If Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson signs Senate Bill 654, it would make misrepresenting your pet as a service animal a misdemeanor with a $250 fine. The most heard of instances of misrepresentation of a service animal is when someone does so as to not pay their pet deposit to a renter, to be able to take their pet to animal-restricted areas or to take their pets onto planes. According to data from the American Disabilities Act, service […]

  • Arkansas Tech Students Build Car That Gets Nearly 1,000 Miles To The Gallon

    RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. (KTHV) — If the car of the future is here today, you will find it in Russellville. A group of Arkansas Tech students built a car that gets nearly 1,000 miles to the gallon. “I was shocked when he said 993,” Brayden Butler recalled. “I was like, ‘say that one more time Butler was part of the team that competed in the Shell Eco-marathon in Sonoma, California last weekend. Their car achieved a top rating of 993 miles […]

  • Air Force’s First Female Fighter Pilot Helps Bring ‘Captain Marvel’ To Life

    SAN ANTONIO (KTHV) — It never occurred to Brigadier General Jeannie Leavitt as a little girl she’d grow up to be a big deal in the United States Air Force. She admits a career in the military never even crossed her mind as a child. “It changed weekly,” She said. “A lot of times it was a veterinarian because I love animals.” The St. Louis native’s interest in math and science put her on the path for the United States […]

  • Southwest Arkansas School Changes To 4-Day Weeks, Hopes To Create More Successful Students

    (KTHV) —A small school district is about to make a big change. Kirby’s elementary and high schools will be the first public schools in Arkansas to adopt a four-day week for the 2019-20 school year. Superintendent Pike Palmer said Wednesday, March 27 that he anticipates lots of benefits from shortening the week: “A little bit of cost savings, more enrollment, higher quality of teachers.” Palmer said he and Kirby school board members first considered the idea in September after seeing a […]

  • 1 Dead, 3 Injured After Tanker Truck Explodes In South Arkansas

    CAMDEN, Ark. (KATV) —  The Ouachita Department of Emergency Management has confirmed one person is dead and three more are injured after a tanker truck carrying ammonium nitrate exploded on Highway 278 just west of Camden, according to content partner KATV in Little Rock. “It took out a major area of about a 150-250 diameter area from the actual explosion,” said County Judge Robbie McKadoo KTHV in Little Rock is reporting that the driver of the tanker truck was killed […]

  • Michael Irvin Asks For Prayers As He Awaits Biopsy Results For Throat Cancer

    (KTHV) — Former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Irvin posted a photo of himself in a hospital bed in Los Angeles on Instagram Tuesday, saying he is worried he may have throat cancer and has been undergoing tests for the disease. Irvin, who played with the Cowboys from 1988-1999, revealed in the post that his father died from throat cancer at 51, and after Irvin had persistent throat issues for two months, decided to get tested. As of this writing, […]

  • Little Rock Tattoo Shop Donates Proceeds To Help Rescue Pit Bull Dogs

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – A Little Rock tattoo shop is using its business to help rescue pit bulls. The Empire of Ink holds multiple events a year for people to come get tattoos for a good cause. Through the end of March, you can get a paw print tattoo for $25 to help the Out of the Ashes Pit bull Rescue. “Anything I can do that would help the pit bulls in the state that need the help…I’m all […]

  • Conway Police: Call About Shooting At Elementary Was Prank Call From 6-Year-Old

    CONWAY, Ark. (KTHV) — Conway police tweeted that what police believed to be an alleged shooting at Marguerite Vann Elementary School was actually a prank call. According to Conway police, the call came from a 6-year-old child who said that 5 people had been shot and the principal was in the office with the shooter. Multiple CPD units responded to the school, along with nearby agencies, where they determined that this was a prank call. Regardless, officers still completed a […]

Notice: you are using an outdated browser. Microsoft does not recommend using IE as your default browser. Some features on this website, like video and images, might not work properly. For the best experience, please upgrade your browser.