A conference of Southern legislators gets underway in Little Rock, residents in Villonia and Mayflower turn their attention to long-term recovery efforts after a tornado devastated the area earlier this year, and the Jones Center plays host to a free clinic through next week that aims to serve students who need dental attention.
The Human Rights Campaign, the largest LGBT civil rights group in the nation which last spring staked a very determined claim in three Southern states, hosted it’s first public event in Arkansas—in a Fayetteville church. Jacqueline Froelich reports.
The man who co-invented the plasma screen had a hand in getting some of Northwest Arkansas' kids away from their TV screens this summer. National Inventors Hall of Fame inductee Robert Willson was at Leverett Elementary School in Fayetteville earlier this month, to talk to the kids at Camp Invention - a summer enrichment program for kids entering grades one through six.
What started as a single mural in the waiting room of UAMS Center for Children has grown into a permanent exhibition of more than 70 murals throughout the facility, all created by artist Mary Evelyn Jones.
Called the best professional chorus in the world by Encore Magazine Polyphony's new release celebrates the intimate motets of composer Karl Jenkins. Catch songs from this new release on Tuesday's "Of Note with Katy Henriksen" and preview the album via this youtube clip.
The Arkansas Department of Correction looks to build a new $100 million prison facility in the state. The Washington County Election Commission forwards a proposal that would add five new early voting sites for this year's midterm election. Plus, Governor Beebe on his recent trade mission to Europe.