Alexis Wainwright, FOX16 News

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Upper Marlboro, MD, United States

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Past articles by Alexis:

Concern over omicron COVID-19 variant grows across U.S., Arkansas

Concern is growing around the world and here in Arkansas over the new omicron COVID-19 variant. → Read More

Jacksonville police, local store working together to find burglars

A local store and Jacksonville Police are working together in hopes of finding three suspects involved in a burglary. → Read More

Little Rock police believe two Tuesday homicides may be connected

Little Rock police say the two homicides have been working since Tuesday may have a connection. → Read More

FBI searching for information on person of interest in Morgan Nick disappearance

The Little Rock FBI made a big announcement in a case that many Arkansans have talked about from the very beginning. → Read More

Running the red: Drivers fail to stop for Cabot school buses flashing red lights

The Cabot School District is reminding drivers to be mindful when they see a bus dropping off students. → Read More

Non-profit speaking out after Little Rock homeless camp is firebombed

A local non-profit is speaking out after someone firebombed a homeless camp in Little Rock. → Read More

Family searching for missing Bryant man

A Bryant man’s family is pleading for the public’s help with finding him. → Read More

Pine Bluff honors police detective killed in the line of duty on anniversary of his death

Tuesday marks the one-year anniversary since a Pine Bluff Detective was shot and killed in the line of duty. → Read More

Arkansas Baptist College honors student who lost life to gun violence

Arkansas Baptist College is honoring one of their own, who was killed 9 years ago this week. → Read More

Multiple students arrested after fights break out at Pine Bluff High School

Class was cancelled at Pine Bluff High School Friday, after several students were arrested following a big fight on campus. → Read More

Louisiana families flee to Arkansas seeking help after Hurricane Ida

More Louisiana families are in central Arkansas seeking whatever help they can get after escaping Hurricane Ida. Many of them are unsure of what they will return to, and when they can return. → Read More

Louisiana family evacuates to Arkansas to avoid Hurricane Ida

A Louisiana family left their home behind as they evacuated to Arkansas ahead of Hurricane Ida. → Read More

Family mourn loss of man killed in Pine Bluff, look for answers from police

Pine Bluff police are looking for the person who shot and killed a man on Friday the 13th. → Read More

Many schools in Arkansas adjusting to changes in upcoming school year

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Thousands of students were back in the classroom Monday, including in Little Rock. Monday we had an inside look at one of the Pulaski County Special School Districts, and we saw how students in the Pulaski County Special School District are handling the changes this school year. “Now that we’re back […] → Read More

COVID-19 spurs many to set up wills, but it’s often too late

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — As Arkansas’s COVID-19 hospitalizations increase, many people are having questions about setting up wills. One attorney says everybody typically waits until they are in their 80’s to set up a will. But now that loved ones are hospitalized with COVID-19 things are different. Jim Jackson, with Jackson Law Firm in North […] → Read More

Family of Jefferson County inmate who died while in custody speaks out

PINE BLUFF, Ar. — The Arkansas Medical Examiner’s Office has released preliminary autopsy results in the death investigation of a Jefferson County Inmate. 18-year-old Dezmen McBride died about 2 months ago and now there are even more questions surrounding the case from his family. The McBride family said they are still mourning the loss of […] → Read More

Doctors at Arkansas Children’s Hospital warn parents ahead of school starting

Doctors said over the last few weeks there has been an increase in the number of children who are seriously sick with COVID-19. → Read More

Parents concerned as cases surge in Marion school district

The Marion School District superintendent spoke to state leaders about the importance of masks and his district’s experience Wednesday. → Read More

Long lines outside UAMS as COVID-19 testing increases

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Long lines of cars forming outside one of Arkansas’ biggest hospitals. As the number of cases and hospitalizations surge, UAMS said it has seen an increase in the number of people getting tested for COVID-19. UAMS health officials said the recent increase is similar to what we saw at the beginning of the […] → Read More

Pine Bluff welcomes new police chief as city fights rising gun violence

The city of Pine Bluff has a new police chief, and on Friday he addressed the community and fellow colleagues during a meet and greet event to share his vision for the department and the city. → Read More