Caitrin Assaf, KARK 4 News

Caitrin Assaf

KARK 4 News

Little Rock, AR, United States

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Recent articles by Caitrin:

Argenta Community Theater prepares for ‘White Christmas’ performance, holiday programs

A holiday classic loved by generations will soon take the stage in North Little Rock as the Argenta Community Theater performs Irving Berlin’s White Christmas the Musical starting this week to sold out crowds. → Read More

KARK gears up for ‘Victory Over Violence – Food for the Holidays’ telethon

Wednesday marks KARK’s annual “Victory Over Violence – Food for the Holidays” telethon. → Read More

Pulaski Heights Elementary students donate canned goods to Little Rock church

Elementary school students from Pulaski Heights showed their “can do” attitude on Thursday after hand-delivering more than 2,000 canned goods to Pulaski Heights Baptist Church. → Read More

‘Nutcracker Spectacular’ coming to Robinson Center

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – With the holiday season upon us, Ballet Arkansas is teaming up with the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra to bring the “Nutcracker Spectacular” to Robinson Center. Catherine Fothergill and Brittany Harano with Ballet Arkansas stopped by KARK’s Arkansas Today to talk about the production that will bring Christmastime to life. Nutcracker Spectacular takes […] → Read More

$50,000 donation to UAMS from Bentonville organization makes epic journey across Arkansas

This holiday season, one Bentonville organization decided to give a very significant gift to UAMS. → Read More

2022 Turkey Trot set for Thanksgiving Day

Arkansans will be racing to get their metabolism going before they gobble down all those Thanksgiving carbs with the 2022 Turkey Trot on Thursday. → Read More

St. Mark Baptist Church in Little Rock celebrates annual Feast of Hope

In this time of giving thanks, one Little Rock church is focused on giving back. → Read More

Argenta unveils new parklets for outdoor dining

A new addition to Argenta hopes to draw more people to the arts district and help keep visitors safe. → Read More

Arkansas State Department of Education releases grades for schools

The Arkansas State Department of Education has released letter grades for our schools for the first time in three years. → Read More

Hutchinson presents balanced budget proposal to Arkansas lawmakers

Just days after the midterm election, Governor Asa Hutchinson is looking to the future – presenting his final budget proposal to the Joint Budget Committee. → Read More

Sesame Street Live! Make Your Magic coming to North Little Rock

Elmo and friends will be making their way to the Simmons Bank Arena in North Little Rock on Nov. 4-6. → Read More

The Supernatural State – Malco Theater

There’s something unique around every corner in Hot Springs, from national parks to historic bars and bathhouses. → Read More

Breast cancer survivor shares how aggressive action helped her fight disease

Deborah Shamlin was diagnosed with breast cancer just as the COVID-19 pandemic began, making her one of the nearly 1,800 patients in Arkansas to get that news every year. → Read More

The Supernatural State – Old Arkansas State House

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Among Little Rock’s bustling downtown lies a piece of its history, the former seat of government and home to its earliest laws. But with so many stories trapped within the walls, is something else trapped as well? The Old Arkansas State House – a pillar of “The Supernatural State”. State Historian […] → Read More

Pulaski Co. Regional Detention Facility adds new body, mattress scanners

LITTLE ROCK, Ark – For the Pulaski County Sheriff`s Office, safety is a top priority. They recently invested in that goal by adding some brand-new tech to the Regional Detention Facility. It’s well-known that you’ll have to go through a metal detector when you try and enter the facility, but now – visitors and inmates […] → Read More

Supporters claim Arkansas Issue 3 protects religious freedom, opponents warn it could ‘weaponize’ faith

A ballot measure looking to codify religious freedom into the Arkansas constitution saw support at the state capitol Tuesday, even as opponents say the bill is unnecessary. → Read More

The Supernatural State – North Little Rock Heritage Center

A cornerstone of North Little Rock history, and a reminder of what once was. → Read More

KARK presents the “Super-Natural State” each Monday in October

With Halloween just a few weeks away, attention shifts to all things spooky. → Read More

501 LIFE Magazine highlights Arkansans in October issue

It’s all about health and wellness in this month’s edition of 501 Life Magazine. → Read More

Family Council launches push to stop Arkansas recreational marijuana bill

A group with a long history of supporting conservative causes launched a new campaign Tuesday to oppose a bill permitting recreational marijuana use in Arkansas. → Read More