Ahead on this edition of Ozarks, we go inside classrooms in Springdale where parents and children are learning English together. Plus, we'll hear from Henry Cisneros, founder of the Cisneros Center for New Americans.
State legislators are briefed in advance of this year's open enrollment period for the state's Health Insurance Marketplace. Plus, officials with ATU-Ozark break ground on a new allied health building.
At Elmdale Elementary School in Springdale, certain Hispanic moms who don’t speak English are invited to take literacy classes alongside their children. Jacqueline Froelich went to school to meet with three such moms--and their teacher--to bring us their story.
Ahead on this edition of Ozarks: teas, herbs, and more at Birthsong Botanicals. We'll talk with an herbalist and with the final candidate for Arkansas Lieutenant Governor to visit our studio; Chris Olson is the Libertarian candidate for the office.
A new study suggests that a majority of funding in this year's Arkansas race for U.S. Senate has come from dark money sources outside of the state. Plus, one UA researcher is part of a collaboration that is working to develop a new system for assessing the risk of mudslides and rockslides in wildfire-stricken areas.
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Tick season has quelled. But individuals bitten by disease-carrying ticks can suffer for months, even years after. And as Jacqueline Froelich reports, more individuals living in Arkansas and Missouri appear to be contracting tick-borne diseases with each passing season—including Lyme Disease.