Cassandra Webb, FOX16 News

Cassandra Webb

FOX16 News

Little Rock, AR, United States

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Past articles by Cassandra:

Arkansas Game and Fish continue tracking chronic wasting disease in deer after case found in Union County

For the first time ever, chronic wasting disease has been detected among deer in the southern part of the state, in Union County. → Read More

Experts say COVID-19 vaccine helping economic recovery

New research shows the COVID-19 vaccine has saved the U.S. economy nearly $500 billion. → Read More

Victory Over Violence: Little Rock looks to increase funding for violence reduction initiatives

The City of Little Rock has money on the table for organizations, both private and public, who can help tackle this issue of community violence. → Read More

ADH working with central Arkansas school districts gearing up for vaccination efforts

The Arkansas Department of Health says they're working with local school districts to provide onsite COVID-19 vaccination clinics. → Read More

Arkansas Poll spotlights divide over abortion in state

The newly-released Arkansas Poll shows how Arkansans feel about the issue of abortion. → Read More

Animal clinic, community step up to help Pulaski County woman sheltering dozens of dogs dumped on her property

Last week, FOX 16 News reported on a Pulaski County woman's desperate plea for help. She says more than 50 dogs have been dumped at her home since the pandemic started. → Read More

North Little Rock CARES Youth Coalition looks to offer new resources to help curb youth violence

The North Little Rock CARES Youth Coalition now has an online resource directory to help curb youth violence. → Read More

TikTok challenge ‘Devious Licks’ blamed for triggering school restroom vandalism

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A social media trend is wreaking havoc on our local school districts. It’s a challenge on the popular video app TikTok that challenges students to destroy school bathrooms and classrooms. It’s called “Devious Licks” and it’s happening all over the country. Kids are vandalizing and destroying school property and sharing the […] → Read More

Neighbors share memory of victims killed in West Little Rock double shooting

The neighbors of the victims killed in the West Little Rock double shooting share memories of the family. → Read More

Arkansas online school looking for teacher candidates as virtual learning grows

In just two short years, the teaching landscape has changed so much. Many Arkansas teachers are choosing to teach from home and one Arkansas online academy is looking for more teachers to do the same. → Read More

Retired Arkansas Army vet reflects on terrorist attack in Afghanistan

When the takeover of Afghanistan began, it was hard for some local veterans to watch. Thursday's loss of 13 U.S. service members only made it worse. → Read More

Living Well: New Technology helps Baptist Health treat chronic pain

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — The CDC says 20% of all adults have suffered from chronic pain sometime within the last three months. One in three people over age 65 struggle with it regularly. A breakthrough technology at Baptist Health is allowing people with chronic pain the ability to feel better again. 80-year-old Robert Kelly of […] → Read More

Semi-truck crash on I-440 in Jacksonville leaves man dead

A man driving a semi-truck is dead after a crash on Interstate 440 Thursday night in Jacksonville. → Read More

Virtual student numbers increasing across Arkansas for 2021 school year

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — As COVID-19 cases continue to rise, more and more parents in central Arkansas are choosing the virtual learning option for their children this year. The enrollment numbers keep growing day by day as the delta variant of the virus continues its spread. Some school districts in our area are shocked at […] → Read More

Arkansas educators to use federal funds to combat learning loss, student mental health concerns

School leaders in Arkansas preparing to return to classrooms after more than 18 months of pandemic restrictions are getting a boost of federal funding. → Read More

Arkansans having difficulty finding deals on new cars

If you're in the market for a new car, or even a pre-owned car, you're not likely to find a good deal any time soon. → Read More

LRPD: One person shot outside gas station in Little Rock

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Little Rock police responded to a shooting at a gas station in Little Rock. Police confirm one person was shot, there is no word yet on their condition or what led up to the shooting. Emergency crews responded to the report of a shooting outside of the Circle K near the […] → Read More

17-year-old accused in death of 13-year-old brother in Pine Bluff

New details have been released about the homicide Tuesday night in Pine Bluff that left a 13-year-old boy dead. → Read More

New Alzheimer’s drug giving hope to patients, but concerns grow over high costs

The FDA recently approved a new drug that could help treat Alzheimer's disease and dementia, but some say it is so expensive that most patients can't afford it. → Read More

LRSD considering extending elementary school day, some teachers not happy

The Little Rock School District is considering making the elementary school day longer. → Read More