Mitch McCoy, KARK 4 News

Mitch McCoy

KARK 4 News

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Recent:
  • KARK 4 News
  • FOX16 News
Past:
  • Local 24 News
  • CBS 42

Recent articles by Mitch:

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones questioned over 1957 photo

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones faced questions over a 65-year-old photo that captured him during the civil rights movement outside a high school. → Read More

Little Rock 911 down nearly 50% of workforce; Police union raising concerns of officer safety

The Little Rock 911 Call Center is facing a severe staffing shortage, leaving callers waiting on hold longer and the police union concerned about the safety of officers. → Read More

Missing west Arkansas teen located, AMBER Alert canceled

Arkansas State Police confirmed Tuesday morning that a 14-year-old girl at the center of an Amber Alert search has been found. → Read More

Missing west Arkansas teen located, AMBER Alert canceled

Arkansas State Police confirmed Tuesday morning that a 14-year-old girl at the center of an Amber Alert search has been found. → Read More

Arkansas attorney general calls contractor ‘con artist’ as complaints pile up against him

The Arkansas Attorney General announced her office is investigating a man described as a serial scammer that Working 4 You first exposed last week. → Read More

Settlement reached in Little Rock Freedom of Information Act lawsuit

A month-long lawsuit against the city of Little Rock for Freedom of Information Act violations has reached a settlement. → Read More

Father hopes ‘Samantha’s story’ can end with finding North Little Rock cold case killer

Nearly a decade ago, a gunman in a pick-up truck opened fire on a car along a busy North Little Rock intersection, killing a mother with her baby girl in the back seat. → Read More

Working4You: Arkansas woman says contractor demands half payment up front, then ghosts clients

After weeks of searching, the Working4You investigators tracked down an Arkansas contractor accused of taking a deposit for work but never showing up to do it. → Read More

Working 4 You: Arkansas church cashing in on life insurance after some parishioners die

An Arkansas woman is left questioning everything after her husband’s death revealed not one but two life insurance policies taken out on him, the second one without her knowledge. → Read More

NAACP calls comment by Pulaski Co. prosecutor ‘politically motivated’

A day after the prosecutor in Pulaski County said he misspoke about launching an investigation into Little Rock City Hall and its handling of public record requests, the NAACP announced it wants to sit down and meet with him. → Read More

Working 4 You: Questions surround report sparking debate in Little Rock City Hall

Working 4 You has been combing through the report that a Little Rock city director said the mayor tried to prevent from being seen. → Read More

Pulaski Co. prosecutor opens investigation into Little Rock City Hall

The Pulaski County prosecutor confirmed that he has opened an investigation into Little Rock City Hall over its handling of the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act. → Read More

Pulaski Co. prosecutor opens investigation into Little Rock City Hall

The Pulaski County prosecutor confirmed that he has opened an investigation into Little Rock City Hall over its handling of the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act. → Read More

‘Enough of this Nonsense’; Prosecutor at point of ‘exasperation’ with Little Rock City Hall, FOIA issues

Pulaski County’s prosecutor told Little Rock officials Tuesday that he is approaching the point of exasperation related to public record complaints against the city. → Read More

Podcasters lure Arkansas cold case killer out from silence

An Arkansas cold case quickly heated up as social media may have lured the cross-country killer out of silence nearly two decades later. → Read More

Pulaski County judge ordered to turn over batches of public records every 48 hours

A Pulaski County judge has ordered Little Rock City Hall to turn over batches of public records — requested under the state’s open-record law — every 48 hours. → Read More

Little Rock official: 30k public records still need to be turned over connected to lawsuit

LITTLE Rock, Ark. – As the City of Little Rock admits liability and says it’s trying to do better, a Pulaski County judge has ordered thousands of public records be turned over — some connected to LITFest. Matt Campbell, a Little Rock-based attorney and publisher of the politically focused Blue Hog Report website, is suing […] → Read More

Arkansas legislature tells Little Rock City Hall to save LITFest-related records

The City of Little Rock has been put on notice to preserve all records related to a festival canceled days before it was scheduled to kick off. → Read More

Arkansas legislature tells Little Rock City Hall to save LITFest-related records

The City of Little Rock has been put on notice to preserve all records related to a festival canceled days before it was scheduled to kick off. → Read More

Arkansas State Police chase ends with motorcyclist engulfed in fireball

The Arkansas State Police has released footage of a pursuit involving troopers that ended with a motorcyclist bursting into flames. → Read More