Hunter Hoagland, FOX16 News

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Little Rock, AR, United States

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Past articles by Hunter:

Pfizer asks for emergency approval of vaccine for kids 5 to 11

Pfizer and partner BioNTech have asked U.S. health regulators to approve emergency use of their COVID-19 vaccine for children aged from 5 to 11, Pfizer confirmed Thursday. → Read More

Louisiana woman feeds Arkansas linemen for a month after Hurricane Ida blasted the coast

All month long, storm victims from Hurricane Ida have relied on workers from Arkansas to get them through, but sometimes help goes both ways. → Read More

Little Rock family mourns after mother, child killed in double homicide

An Arkansas mother is sharing her emotional story for the first time after her daughter and grandson were murdered last week. → Read More

‘IT’S HARD TO LOOK AT HIM’: Hunter Brittain’s family talks after deputy charged in teen’s death appears in court

Fired Lonoke County Sheriff’s Sergeant Michael Davis appeared in court for the first time Monday after spending the weekend in jail. → Read More

Bulldog Flight Formation team honoring victims of 9/11

A flight team in Arkansas is set to fly over Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium on Saturday for the 20th anniversary of 9/11. → Read More

Arkansas woman reflects on 9/11 after sister died in World Trade Center

Twenty years ago, on September 11, 2001, one Arkansas woman who was determined to make it big in New York City, walked into work for the very last time. → Read More

Senator Jason Rapert wants Texas’s abortion law to be passed in Arkansas

One of the most restrictive abortion laws in the country has now gone into effect in Texas. → Read More

Arkansas authorities bust gas stations involved in illegal gambling scheme

The White County Sheriff's Office says multiple gas stations were raided Friday afternoon for an illegal gambling bust. → Read More

Arkansan swimming for gold at Paralympic games

MAYFLOWER, Ark.– The Paralympics are underway in Tokyo and one Arkansas native is hoping to make a big splash at the games. Julia Gaffney, 21, will swim in five events for Team USA. “She has loved the water since the beginning,” said Kristin Gaffney, Julia’s mother. She says Julia has been a swimmer since she […] → Read More

Inventory down at dealerships across state; car prices up

One dealership in Benton says prior to the pandemic, they had 2,000 cars on the lot, now they only have 58. → Read More

First responders gather outside of UAMS to pray for overwhelmed healthcare workers

LITTLE ROCK, Ark.—It’s a display of appreciation that we haven’t seen since the pandemic started—hundreds gathering outside of hospitals to encourage the overwhelmed healthcare workers inside. On Wednesday night at UAMS, first responders met in the parking lot to pray over the people battling COVID-19 on the frontlines. “It made my chest tight, teared my […] → Read More

School districts can legally implement a mask mandate; are they going to do it?

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – On Friday, an Arkansas judge blocked the state from enforcing a law banning mask mandates by schools and other governmental bodies. Judge Tim Fox made that judgement after two parents were in court to sue the state to overturn an Arkansas law prohibiting schools and other governments from requiring face masks. […] → Read More

Teen shot and killed in Stuttgart weeks before heading to college

Two minors are behind bars after Stuttgart Police say they killed a teen boy. → Read More

Hundreds of Arkansans attend homecoming celebration for Olympian Kayle Browning

The Mayor of Wooster declared August 4th, 2021 as Kayle Browning: Red, White, and Blue Day. → Read More

Arkansas Children’s Hospital set to mandate vaccines for new employees and upper-level management

LITTLE ROCK, Ark.— As COVID-19 cases surge across Arkansas, one hospital is cracking down on vaccinations. Arkansas Children’s Hospital informed employees that beginning next month, all hospital leaders and new hires will need to be vaccinated. According to the email we obtained, ACH President and CEO, Marcy Doderer, says Arkansas Children’s is nearing capacity with Respiratory […] → Read More

Greenbrier community sends off Olympian Kayle Browning to Tokyo

GREENBRIER, Ark.— In just days, around 600 athletes will compete for Team USA in the Summer Olympics, one of them is coming from right here in Arkansas. Kayle Browning is set to compete on July 28th in International Trap Shooting. She said she has been shooting since she was 8 years old and has dreamed her whole […] → Read More

UPDATE: 2-year-old girl shot in Pine Bluff out of surgery; parents say she can’t move from the waist down

A two-year-old girl is recovering at Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock, after Pine Bluff Police said she was shot. → Read More

Former Bauxite High teacher dies after being hit by a car

SHERIDAN, Ark.– The community is mourning the loss of a beloved former coach at Bauxite High. Sheridan police say Roy Lamb was killed Tuesday morning after a car accidentally backed over him on his morning jog. “Everyone is just devastated by this because he was such a good guy,” Scott Winston, one of Lamb’s golfing […] → Read More

Arkansas church gets backlash for controversial sign

LOCKSBURG, Ark.—Some are hoping for an apology after Locksburg First Baptist Church displayed a sign reading, “Heaven has strict immigration laws, Hell has open borders.” “It’s very hurtful,” David Arellano said. “To me that is a direct tag to undocumented immigrants.” Arellano said he was shocked when he saw the sign on Sunday morning. He took […] → Read More

Family of Arkansas teen killed by deputy during traffic stop demands justice

Friends and family of the Arkansas teen shot by a Lonoke County deputy protested in front of the Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday evening. → Read More