Samantha Boyd, FOX16 News

Samantha Boyd

FOX16 News

Little Rock, AR, United States

Contact Samantha

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

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • FOX16 News

Past articles by Samantha:

Affirmative Action bill passed Arkansas senate despite opposition from both parties

A bill looking to end affirmative action in Arkansas is making national headlines Friday after passing through the Senate this week. → Read More

Republican legislator speaks out on opposition to Arkansas LEARNS

Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ massive education reform bill is officially headed to her desk to be signed into law. → Read More

North Little Rock High School hopeful to be free of bats

The North Little Rock Charging Wildcats are working to address their problem of wild bats. → Read More

Little Rock apartment complex Big Country Chateau civil suit wraps up in court

A troubled apartment complex is wrapping up it’s time in court and likely to pay the city a chunk of money. → Read More

Neighbors react after Wednesday Little Rock plane crash

A plane crash in Little Rock Wednesday left five people on board dead, and neighbors in a full panic. → Read More

Arkansans say #AsburyRevival movement is coming to state

What began as a mandatory chapel service at Asbury University in Kentucky more than a week ago has turned into a massive movement, now viral on social media and making national news. → Read More

Bill passed in Arkansas House looks to give equal choice to expecting mothers in some businesses

Arkansas lawmakers gave the first ‘OK’ to a bill aimed at giving equal incentives to expecting mothers in certain businesses who want to keep their baby. → Read More

Proposed teacher pay raises in Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ Arkansas LEARNS plan

Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders introduced her omnibus education reform package Wednesday, called the Arkansas LEARNS plan, and is meant to address several things she has spoken and campaigned on. → Read More

Arkansas WW2 hero honored by Gov. Sanders for service in France

An American hero was honored Friday for his service in World War 2, specifically his efforts in France. → Read More

Thousands without power in Dallas County; People ‘desperate’ for restoration

Winter weather is leaving people across the state without power Thursday night, specifically those in the southern parts of Arkansas. → Read More

Drivers concerned for third round of ice in central Arkansas

Another round of ice coming in means another round of slick roads for drivers. → Read More

Students, teachers honor Sylvan Hills kids following fatal car crash

Students and teachers at Sylvan Hills High School joined together Thursday for a balloon to honor the lives of students lost over the weekend in a fatal car crash in Wyoming. → Read More

Current & former Sylvan Hills students die in crash; loved ones focused on their faith

Sylvan Hills High School is mourning the loss of five students after a car accident in Wyoming. → Read More

Jadon Shackleford family reacts to new arrests made in deadly shooting investigation

A Little Rock family is getting some much-needed answers after two more arrests have been made in the connection to the murder of 21-year-old Jadon Shackelford. → Read More

Stuttgart community devastated following loss of Sgt. Donald Scoby AKA ‘Scooby’

The Stuttgart community is devastated following the loss of Sgt. Donald Scoby, who worked with the Stuttgart Police Department and died overnight Wednesday after being shot and killed in the line of duty. → Read More

Wife of Sherwood cyclist killed in 2019 reacts to sentencing of man responsible

The wife of a cyclist who was hit and killed in Sherwood three years ago is speaking out after his killer was sentenced Monday to a decade in prison. → Read More

Man who hit and killed Sherwood cyclist in 2019 sentenced to 10 years in prison

The man who hit and killed a cyclist in Sherwood three years ago was sentenced to two decades in prison. → Read More

Little Rock homeless man hit & killed, police still searching for next of kin

A homeless man you first saw on KARK three years ago was hit and killed while walking in Little Rock this week. → Read More

Little Rock City Board pushes back police officer salary increase

For the second time in two weeks, Little Rock City Board Members pushed back raising salaries for entry level police officers in the city. → Read More

Woman held at gunpoint in attempted carjacking in Little Rock

An attempted carjacking in Little Rock Wednesday morning left a woman thankful to be alive, after she said she was held at gunpoint and nearly strangled. → Read More