Jessica Ranck, FOX16 News

Jessica Ranck

FOX16 News

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Recent articles by Jessica:

Tuesday night shooting ruled a homicide, community says it’s time to make a change

A Tuesday night shooting in Little Rock is now being ruled a homicide. → Read More

Former gang members join law enforcement in the fight against violence

Seventy-one families are without someone at the table this week, heartbroken as gun violence reaches an all-time high in Little Rock. → Read More

Victory Over Violence: Former gang members compare current Little Rock violence to the 1990s

A group of former gang members from the most violent years in Little Rock are taking a stand against the growing violence in the city. → Read More

Violent weekend in Little Rock brings homicide total to 59

A violent weekend in the Capital City leaves many wondering when it will all end. → Read More

FOX 16 crews participate in Nexstar’s Founders Day of Caring

Each year, Nexstar marks its birthday ‘Founders Day of Caring’ sending out crews from each of the company’s stations to help non-profits who do so much to keep their cities up and running. → Read More

Mayflower police make arrest after several car break-ins

Neighbors in Mayflower say they’re stunned after several of their cars were broken into overnight. → Read More

Pine Bluff father pleads for answers, daughter missing more than two weeks ago

A family in Pine Bluff is pleading for answers after they say their daughter went missing more than two weeks ago. → Read More

See ya later alligator: Wildlife expert spots long-rumored gator in Lake Conway

An alligator was seen roaming through the waters of Lake Conway last week, and now the photos captured by a local wildlife expert are gaining traction on social media. → Read More

Little Rock family spends $3,500 on plane tickets to see recovering daughters, say prices have gotten out of hand

A Little Rock family says prices for airplane tickets have gotten out of hand after a family emergency had the couple flying two times a month. → Read More

AR teachers react to Uvalde shooting, sharing similar fears

Tuesday’s school shooting in Uvalde, TX is sparking conversations among teachers in Arkansas and their roles in the classroom. → Read More

Airline ticket prices soar, Little Rock tickets up 34% from last year

High prices are forcing many in Little Rock to rethink summer plans. → Read More

Homelessness in the Capital City: Is there enough being done to curb a growing problem?

Imagine not having a home, access to a cooked meal, or even warm clothes? This is a reality for nearly 2,400 people in Arkansas as homelessness grows across the country. → Read More

AG Rutledge files lawsuit against major insulin companies, says they’re unfairly inflating drug prices

Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge says the price for insulin has gotten out of hand and is doing what she can to help lower the cost. → Read More

Search is on for Little Rock’s next chief of police, “no timeline” for Mayor’s appointment

Little Rock City Officials say they have “no timeline” for appointing the city’s next top cop. → Read More

Hot Springs parents concerned after nannying profile matching woman arrested in kidnapping case

New developments in a kidnapping case out of Hot Springs have parents in the area concerned. → Read More

Court dates set for two arrested in Hot Springs kidnapping case

Court dates have been set for two people arrested in a Hot Springs kidnapping case that prompted an amber alert Tuesday. → Read More

Former Batesville City employees say they were cheated out of hazard pay after retiring

Two former Batesville City employees say they were cheated out of money they believe was owed to them. → Read More

Jacksonville neighbors shocked after person is shot and killed at Johnson Park

A person is dead and the suspected shooter is still on the run after a shooting at Johnson Park in Jacksonville. → Read More

Dumas man brings one-year-old victim to safety after mass shooting

A Dumas man is being hailed a hero for bringing a one-year-old to safety after shots ring out at a local car show. → Read More

Fordyce School District hosts Arkansas Martin Luther King Jr. Commission for anti-bullying assembly

The Fordyce School District is spreading a message of non-violence after a video surfaces of a student being bullied in a school locker room. → Read More