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Jade Jackson


Little Rock, AR, United States

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Past articles by Jade:

Arkansas road crews clean up after fiery crash, I-30 reopens

All lanes near mile marker 86 along I-30 westbound re-open, after a multi-vehicle deadly accident on Wednesday. → Read More

Arkansas Food Bank feeling impact of inflation as supplies dwindle

The Arkansas Food Bank is typically used to seeing their facilities with a plethora of food, but now due to inflation, they too are feeling the impact affect them. → Read More

Pulaski County animal shelters fear euthanizing pets due to overcrowding

Some Arkansas shelters are fearful of having to euthanize cats and dogs due to overcrowding issues. → Read More

Around 500 acres burned in Arkansas wildfire, officials say

The people of Grant County are thankful that a wildfire was extinguished before it burned through more of the land. → Read More

'We can't just pray:' Faith leaders come together over Little Rock violence

As rising crime pushes Little Rock into a state of emergency, it's all hands on deck to make the city safer. → Read More

Organization honoring MLK Jr. helping bridge cultural differences in Little Rock community

The commission brought the community food, health services, free phones, and the department of work force services. → Read More

Family says Ringo Street homicide victim was shot trying to defuse a situation

Four days into the new year and Little Rock police are already investigating the first homicide for 2022. A man was shot Monday night on Ringo Street. → Read More

Little Rock police take a look at crime stats for 2021, how to combat it

Chief Humphrey says that violent crimes have affected cities nationwide and Little Rock wasn't immune to it, but the department works hard to combat it. → Read More

Celebrating Kwanzaa: Utilizing 7 principles, 365 days a year

The holiday, which comes after Christmas, highlights traditional values in the African American community. → Read More

Arkansas family, friends still mourning loss of teen one year later

"I'd feel bad for you because if justice is served now your mother has to lose you. The difference is she can see you in jail. I won't ever get to see my son again." → Read More

Leachville mourns Dollar General store manager who died during tornadoes

"My heart just breaks for her family because she was a part of our daily life, because that's the only store we had in this town," said Sue Scott. → Read More

Conway residents upset by 9/11 kids art tribute being covered

"A lot of veterans see this and connect to this. It's disgraceful, honestly. I mean, they have so many other options," said one 21-year veteran. → Read More

Arkansas families walk to raise awareness on suicide prevention

This day is about remembering that person that we've lost, but also celebrating the life that they lived. → Read More

UCA nursing students giving COVID-19 boosters, flu shots to campus staff

UCA held a shot clinic offering flu shots and COVID-19 boosters to faculty and staff by their nursing students. → Read More

How social media impacts our mental health after Facebook outage

For some people social media is woven into our daily way of life, but after Facebook went down for seven hours it could have an impact on mental health. → Read More

ARDOT conducting study on Little Rock street causing safety concerns

Rep. Ennett is calling on her constituents to leave comments and concerns as a part of the Arkansas Department of Transportation study on Broadway Street. → Read More

Arkansas Children's Hospital supports Pfizer approval of vaccine for kids ages 5 to 11

Dr. Rick Barr, the Chief Clinical Officer at Arkansas Children's Hospital, said they're anticipating an emergency use approval. → Read More

Here's the five stages of treatment for COVID-19 long-haulers

Long-haulers are COVID-19 patients that stay in hospital longer as they fight the virus, but what are the stages of symptoms and what does it look like? → Read More

Arkansas reverend who helped others seek shelter during 9/11 attacks shares his story

The impact of that day is felt across America every day. For one Arkansan who is a survivor, it's important to continue talking about it. → Read More

Local spa owners laboring on Labor Day say pandemic has taken its toll

Local Arkansas spa owners are laboring to give people a stress-free experience, but some said the pandemic took a toll on business. → Read More