Claire Kreuz, FOX16 News

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Little Rock, AR, United States

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Living Well: What doctors look for during breast exams and scans

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Breast exams and mammograms are the best way to detect cancer early, but many patients wonder what the doctors running the exams look for. Doctors at the Baptist Health Breast Center are giving an inside look into how they identify breast cancer. Image after image and scan after scan, Baptist Health […] → Read More

Get in the Halloween spirit while helping kids at Arkansas Children’s Hospital

Halloween is right around the corner and you can support the Arkansas Children’s Hospital while getting into the Halloween spirit. → Read More

Cockrills Country Critters set to re-open following fire

AUSTIN, Ark. – Cockrill’s Country Critters is set to re-open this weekend following a fire that killed more than 40 animals. The fire happened in February and since then owners, staff and volunteers have been working to rebuild. The community has come out to support the petting zoo, donating animals and money to help with […] → Read More

Living Well: Surgery treatment for sleep apnea is a dream come true for patients

Close to 30 million people in the U.S. suffer from sleep apnea. Many times, it’s left undiagnosed or untreated. Now, a relatively new surgery is helping Arkansans sleep through the night. → Read More

Living Well: Baptist Health Conway Pediatrician gives tips to keep kids healthy

As a new parent, any bruise or sniffle can cause concern and it can be tough knowing when to take them to a doctor. → Read More

Living Well: Genetic testing helps patients plan for future

In the world of medicine, time can be the difference between life and death whether it’s getting to the hospital or catching a disease early. Doctors at Baptist Health in Little Rock are encouraging more patients to take advantage of testing that can detect certain health conditions creating a better quality of life. → Read More

ARORA creates buzz for Donate Life Month with art installations

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – More than 100,000 people are waiting for a life saving transplant across the country. To raise awareness of the importance of becoming an organ donor, one Arkansas organization is displaying an art installation across the state. ARORA, Arkansas’ largest organ and tissue recovery agency, is celebrating National Donate Life Month in […] → Read More

Monster Jam rolls into Simmons Bank Arena

Monster Jam is roaring into Simmons Bank Arena this weekend. → Read More

Central Arkansans help those in need on Giving Tuesday

This Giving Tuesday, Arkansans are giving back to some of their favorite non-profits across the state. → Read More

Little Rock Compassion Center prepares to serve thousands of those in need this Thanksgiving

The Little Rock Compassion Center is preparing for its busiest time of the year ahead of Thanksgiving, but supply chain issues have made feeding those in need more difficult. → Read More

Mid-America Science Museum hosts Smithsonian exhibit

HOT SPRINGS, Ark- The Mid-America Science museum is hosting the first traveling Smithsonian exhibit in its new exhibit hall. → Read More

Team investigates the paranormal history buried beneath the surface of the Arkansas State Crime Lab

As Halloween draws near, we’re diving into the world of the paranormal with an investigation into Little Rock’s Natural Resources area. → Read More

Lakeside School District adding extra staff for student health

From contact tracers to mask mandates, school districts are taking extra steps to keep students healthy and in the classroom this year. Lakeside School district is taking its measures a step further. → Read More

Arkansas employers hoping people will return to workforce after unemployment benefits end

Federal unemployment benefits ended over the weekend, but "we're hiring" signs are still visible on the front of many Arkansas businesses. → Read More

Beebe community coming together to save old schoolhouse

A Beebe schoolhouse, built in the time of segregation, is about to undergo renovations. It was a busy place after it was built in the 1940s, but for decades has sat quiet and empty. → Read More

Cabot restaurant honors 13 fallen service members

Restaurants and bars across the state are honoring the 13 U.S. military men and women killed in Afghanistan last week. → Read More

White County elementary school puts funding towards getting students back on track amid pandemic

The pandemic is having a lasting impact on students, causing major learning loss in the last year and a half. One White County school district is using every resource to get students back up to speed. → Read More

What’s in the $1T infrastructure bill and how it could benefit everyday Americans

Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema said it is rare that a piece of legislation might affect so many Americans. → Read More

River Valley doctors weigh-in to provide advice to schools opening amid pandemic

RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. – As the clock ticks down to the start of a new school year, a group of local pediatricians are weighing in on how to keep students healthy this year. They wrote an open letter to districts in the River Valley stressing the importance of getting kids back in the classroom but not […] → Read More

Little Rock bar requiring proof of vaccinations before entering

As COVID-19 cases continue to spike in Arkansas, a Little Rock business is taking an extra step to protect its customers and employees. → Read More