Alexis Wainwright, KARK 4 News

Alexis Wainwright

KARK 4 News

Upper Marlboro, MD, United States

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Past articles by Alexis:

Little Rock mother looking for answers in son’s 2020 death

A mother is asking for people to come forward with information after her son’s death in 2020. → Read More

Sheriff, community leaders share new gang reduction plan in Jefferson County

A new gang reduction plan was introduced on Tuesday in Jefferson County. → Read More

Little Rock shoppers enjoy massive markdowns during Black Friday

Friday is the day where we see massive markdowns on price tags for Black Friday. Many places have deals online, like they did last year during the pandemic but others, are sticking to in person shopping. → Read More

Door-to-door Thanksgiving: Volunteers provide doorstep meals to Pine Bluff residents

Volunteers hosted their annual Thanksgiving dinner by bringing hot meals to those who need them or are spending the holiday alone. → Read More

Dollar store, no more: Arkansans react to rising Dollar Tree prices

The place many people go to get more for their dollar is making some changes. Dollar Tree store announced that the price everyone is used to, is going to increase. → Read More

Thousands get Thanksgiving meals at drive-through food giveaway

The Arkansas Martin Luther King Jr. Commission partnered with Power 92 Jams, Arkansas Food Bank, and Tyson foods to give away food to people who may need it. → Read More

Former Lonoke County deputy accused in the shooting of Hunter Brittan pleads not guilty in court

Former Lonoke County Deputy Michael Davis pleaded not guilty in court Monday. → Read More

Arkansas State Police debate the use of PIT maneuvers after lawsuit, Working 4 You investigation

The debate over dangerous PIT maneuvers by Arkansas state police arrives at the state capitol. → Read More

North Little Rock Police asking for the public’s help in finding two missing women

North Little Rock Police are asking for the public’s help again with two missing person cases. → Read More

‘Thank the Lord I’ve lived that long’: Malvern woman turns 108

A Hot Spring County woman is getting all the attention, support and love on her birthday this year. → Read More

Volunteer searchers team with law enforcement to solve missing person cases

Adventures With Purpose made a major discovery in a 23-year-old missing person case out of Pope County earlier this week. → Read More

Volunteers react after woman, child’s bodies found 23 years after they went missing in Pope County

Pope County Deputies have an update to a cold case. The Pope County Sheriff’s Office said a car matching the description in a 23-year-old missing person’s case has been recovered with human remains inside. → Read More

Hutchinson tours Remington ammunition plant, lauds it for job creation

LONOKE COUNTY, Ark. — Gov. Asa Hutchinson and Secretary of Commerce Mike Preston took a tour of the Remington ammunition facility Friday in Lonoke County Everyone with the group got to see the step-by-step process of how ammunition is made with raw materials Shortly after the tour, Hutchinson and some others were able to test […] → Read More

Residents speak out about Saturday shooting that injured four in Hot Springs

A Hot Springs family is speaking out Tuesday after a bullet went through their bedroom after a shooting that injured four people Saturday. → Read More

Community reacts after Sunday night shooting in Hot Springs leaves 4 people injured

We continue to learn more about the shooting in Hot Springs that injured four people, including the suspect. → Read More

Community still concerned after Thursday shooting at North Little Rock High School

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ar. — A 15-year-old Is behind bars in connection to a shooting that injured a north little rock student Thursday. Raymond Hudson is being charged as an adult with aggravated robbery, battery and possession of a firearm by a minor. We spoke to a local pastor who says the violence needs to end. […] → Read More

Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office asking for public’s help in solving 2002 cold case

Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help with solving a nearly 20 hear old murder case. → Read More

Pulaski County Jail using padlocks as locking system gets needed update

The Pulaski County Sheriff’s office has confirmed that the county jail is using padlocks inside the facility for "safety" reasons. → Read More

Family searching for missing Bryant man

A Bryant man’s family is pleading for the public’s help with finding him. → Read More

Demand for food growing at Arkansas food distribution sites

Arkansas continues to see an increase in the demand for food. The Arkansas Food Bank spokesperson said there’s been a 7 percent increase in demand compared to this time last year. → Read More