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Past articles by Rylie:

Hundreds gather to remember the life and legacy of Brent Renaud one year later

Monday marks one year since award-winning journalist Brent Renaud was killed while covering the war in Ukraine. → Read More

Arkansas transgender bathroom bill, that some label ‘anti-trans’, headed to House Thursday

A Senate bill some are labeling as anti-trans is headed to the Arkansas House Thursday after it passed in the Senate, Tuesday. → Read More

Little Rock City Board of Directors approve over $1 million in public safety equipment; community reacts

City leaders and the Little Rock mayor will give over $1 million to improve Little Rock police cars and technology. → Read More

Pine Bluff High School’s new football schedule showing academic improvement

More student athletes at Pine Bluff High School are making the honor roll after a new schedule was implemented to focus on grades. → Read More

Moms advocating for change after losing their sons the same night to gun violence

Two parents advocate for change by brainstorming ways they can help curb violence after both of their sons were shot and killed the same night in Conway. → Read More

Little Rock residents respond to Sunday afternoon shooting incident

A chaotic Sunday afternoon as residents rushed out of their apartments to the sounds of gunfire. → Read More

Prep work begins for homeowners for the ice storm

As the ice storm makes its way to Central Arkansas, electric companies and homeowners are getting prepared. → Read More

Parts of Arkansas experiencing a winter wonderland, some Pope County residents concerned

A winter wonderland swept across parts of the state, but some people in Pope County said they weren’t expecting it to be this much. → Read More

Cutter-Morning Star School District celebrates its successes after decade of growth

A Garland County School District celebrated its successes over the past decade after almost having to close down, to a growing school district. → Read More

Gas prices on the rise due to increase in holiday travel and winter weather

Gas prices in Arkansas have risen due to holiday travel and the past winter storms, and some Arkansans said they are starting to feel the effects. → Read More

Animal shelters across Arkansas are bursting at the seams

Animal shelters all across the state are bursting at the seams, using any means possible to help clear space before the holidays. → Read More

Arkansas has experienced multiple cloudy days, but how does it affect the body and mind?

A few more days of no sunshine for Arkansas, and already this month, we have only seen the sun peak out a few times. → Read More

World War 2 veteran from Hot Springs honored with Congressional Gold Medal

A veteran was honored Sunday with a Congressional Gold Medal for his service during the Second World War. → Read More

A family cries for justice after they are still searching for answers one year after their loved one was gunned down

A family cries out for answers after their loved one was killed, almost one year ago, in the capital city. → Read More

Avoiding porch pirates during the holiday season

As the holidays approach, people are ordering last minute gift and having them delivered right to their doorstep, but this time of year there may be more grinches out to steal Christmas. → Read More

Friend mourns after Conway woman was shot and killed

Family and friends are mourning their loved one after they were shot and killed in Conway early Monday morning. → Read More

Little Rock Compassion Center feeling effects of inflation based on donations received for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is right around the corner and people are getting ready to start cooking those turkeys. → Read More

One Bryant police officer released from the hospital after car crash Saturday

After a high-speed chase in Bryant Saturday that ended in a crash that split the police car in two, one of the injured officers was released from the hospital. → Read More

Families across Arkansas gathered for International Overdose Awareness Day

Families and those impacted from all over the state by addiction and overdose gathered Wednesday to grieve, remember, and raise awareness on International Overdose Awareness Day. → Read More

Gov. Hutchinson speaks about the rise in violence in LR

Little Rock has seen an increase in violence. Police worked 18 shootings in the city just two weeks ago. → Read More