Neale Zeringue, KARK 4 News

Neale Zeringue

KARK 4 News

Little Rock, AR, United States

Contact Neale

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

Recent:
  • KARK 4 News
  • FOX16 News

Recent articles by Neale:

Some Arkansas county offices still offline a month after cyber attack

One month ago, a cyber-attack crippled dozens of Arkansas counties and their online access. Monday, our station learned some offices are still offline. → Read More

Lonoke County Sheriff’s Office rehoming pets due to lack of shelter

Walking outside Baeyens-Hauk Veterinarians clinic in North Little Rock, a gentle mutt named Chance finally has reason to wag his tail. → Read More

Arkansas Foodbank emptiest it has been in the last 10 years

On the eve of Thanksgiving, the Arkansas Foodbank said their warehouse is the emptiest it has been in a decade. → Read More

Lonoke County prison recovery program goes viral on TikTok

The Lonoke County Sheriff’s Office is using former inmates to help its neighbors get out of a life of crime, and it is becoming viral while doing so. → Read More

Police looking for answers after deadly shooting at North Little Rock apartment

Police in North Little Rock are investigating a Monday afternoon deadly shooting. → Read More

Antibiotic shortage becoming a growing problem in pharmacies

Medicine in high demand is becoming more difficult to get into patients’ hands. Most notable is amoxicillin, the go-to antibiotic for treating colds, pneumonia, strep throat, bronchitis, etc. → Read More

West Arkansas town’s race for Mayor was decided by a single vote

The most competitive race in the Arkansas 2022 election was not for Senator or Governor, but for Mayor of Danville, Arkansas. → Read More

Shoppers and store owners react to Conway prostitution bust

People in Conway are stunned following arrests made at a local strip mall. Police took in two women on prostitution charges following a multi-week investigation. → Read More

Deadly crash starts speed bumps study in Monticello

Changes could be coming to Monticello roadways after a deadly crash involving a teenager last month. → Read More

Hot Springs School District considering year-round school calendar

Parents and officials with the Hot Springs School District held a discussion exploring the idea of operating under a year-round school calendar. → Read More

Why is the “Arkansas Religious Freedom Amendment” failing?

The closest vote on every ballot Tuesday night was for Issue 3. The constitutional change to create the “Arkansas Religious Freedom Amendment” is failing as of Wednesday night with 96% of the vote counted. → Read More

Why is the “Arkansas Religious Freedom Amendment” failing?

The closest vote on every ballot Tuesday night was for Issue 3. The constitutional change to create the “Arkansas Religious Freedom Amendment” is failing as of Wednesday night with 96% of the vote counted. → Read More

Over thirty Arkansas counties impacted by cyber attack

A cyber-attack over the weekend is causing county offices across the state to go offline or temporarily close. Each affected county is using the company Apprentice Information Systems (AIS) for its online servers. → Read More

Army veteran pushing out child hunger with one million push-ups

They call him Seargent Pushup. The army veteran traveling across the country to raise one million dollars for food-insecure children. He’s doing so by doing one million pushups. → Read More

Arkansas flu cases are earlier this year but are also less harsh, doctors say

Doctors are saying that, though flu cases are coming around earlier this year, they’re also less harsh than they have been in the past. → Read More

Sherwood neighborhood rallies to have Halloween after standoff caused evacuation Monday

People on 16 different streets were told to evacuate on Monday afternoon as a precaution during a standoff that lasted into Tuesday morning. Though several families were without costumes or candy, people of the Indian Hills neighborhood rallied together to have Halloween, one way or another. → Read More

Sherwood neighborhood rallies to have Halloween after standoff caused evacuation Monday

People on 16 different streets were told to evacuate on Monday afternoon as a precaution during a standoff that lasted into Tuesday morning. Though several families were without costumes or candy, people of the Indian Hills neighborhood rallied together to have Halloween, one way or another. → Read More

Standoff cancels Sherwood Halloween

SHERWOOD, Ark. — Police asked homeowners to leave their Sherwood neighborhood this Halloween as authorities tried to arrest a person barricaded in his home. The incident unfolded on the 4000 block of Hollyridge Cove. It was a busy Halloween, but there was not a costume in sight. The signs, the yards, and the houses all […] → Read More

Family of Clinton woman missing for months plead for help in search

A woman from Clinton has been reported missing after several attempts to contact her. → Read More

Afterschool programs started to combat COVID learning loss

Dozens of new afterschool programs began this school year across the state to address learning loss still being felt post-pandemic. → Read More