Hunter Hoagland, KARK 4 News

Hunter Hoagland

KARK 4 News

Chattanooga, TN, United States

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Past articles by Hunter:

First Arkansas Bank & Trust is teaming up with KARK to Clear the Shelters

Animals in shelters all over the Natural State are in need of would-be forever homes. → Read More

Russellville 5th graders write book about the pandemic

One teacher is going above and beyond to help her students cope with the pandemic. → Read More

First images emerging of victims of deadly shooting outside Dumas car show

mages of those who were shot over the weekend at a car show in Dumas are beginning to emerge, including pictures of some of the youngest victims. → Read More

People from around the world come to Greenbrier to learn from silver-medalist Kayle Browning

You’ve probably heard the name by now: Kayle Browning. → Read More

Hot Springs Police help give to people in recovery for the holidays

As Arkansans gear up to spend Christmas with their loved ones, there’s some who will be alone working to make themselves better, but thanks to one man’s mission they won’t feel forgotten this holiday season. → Read More

School resource officer makes Bauxite teen an honorary deputy for his birthday

School resource officers have a duty to protect all the students inside their buildings, but one SRO at Bauxite Middle School has made a unique friend along the way. → Read More

Family of Pine Bluff cold case victim still hopeful for answers

Pain runs deep for one Arkansas family, now going on four years without closure. → Read More

Breast cancer survivor encouraging others to get screened on National Mammography Day

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and today is National Mammography day. Not only are doctors urging women to get screened, but so are survivors here in Arkansas. One survivor, Kari Campbell was wearing pink inside the CARTI Cancer Center of Little Rock as women made their way in for National […] → Read More

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

Arkansas woman sexually assaulted in her car by repeat sex offender, according to police

A woman says she was sexually assaulted in her car for more than an hour by a man who investigators call a habitual offender. → Read More

Family finds bodies of loves ones following West Little Rock double homicide

Family members are revealing new details on the shooting that left a mother and son dead in their own home. → Read More

Video shows student punching staff member at Little Rock Southwest High School

LITTLE ROCK, Ark.— Little Rock Police say multiple students have been arrested and dozens cited for a string of fights at Little Rock Southwest High School. According to Little Rock Police, a ‘handful’ of students have been arrested since the beginning of the school year and 28 people have been cited for the violence inside. […] → Read More

Newport community gathers to remember Sydney Sutherland one year after her death

August 19, 2020, is a hard day for many in Newport. It's the day Sydney Sutherland, 25, went for a jog down County Road 41 and never came home. → 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

Arkansan trap shooter aiming for gold in Tokyo

GREENBRIER, Ark. — Years of dreams, training, sacrifice and triumph all led one Arkansas girl, to the Tokyo 2020 summer games. KARK caught up with Kayle Browning before she went to Tokyo, as her eye is now set on a different target. Kayle Browning put a new meaning to giving it your best “shot”, she’s […] → 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

Mother, two sons saved from sinking car in Chicot County

A Chicot County mom and her two kids were stranded in the water after heavy rains in Southeast Arkansas but is able to tell her story thanks to the kindness of strangers. → Read More

Arkansas County declares state of emergency after more than 60 homes flooded during storms

The Arkansas County Judge has declared a state of emergency for Arkansas County. → Read More

Police: Child found in North Little Rock; asking for the public’s help to identify him

North Little Rock police are reaching out to the public to help identify a child who was discovered alone. → Read More

Arkansas NICU nurse killed in ATV accident; community donates to hospital in her name

For many families, this weekend will be the first holiday spent with their loved ones without restrictions, but for one Arkansas family, it’s the first without their daughter. → Read More