When soldiers return home from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan many of them want an advocate to help them navigate the difficult terrain of government agencies and private programs that offer the services they desperately need.
FM 89's Malcolm Glover reports on the work of the Army Wounded Warrior Program in Arkansas.
Click here to learn more about the Army Wounded Warrior Program.
This summer, visitors to the Clinton Presidential Center can experience the way astronauts live and work in outer space.
A new exhibit titled "Space: from the Moon to Mars" runs from June 6th through August 30th and features fascinating artifacts, models, and memorabilia from the Clinton Library's archives, NASA, and other aerospace institutions.
A battle is brewing in Saline County between community leaders who want to build a highway over an abandoned railroad bed and homeowners who say it would encroach on their property. It would provide another route connecting Benton and Little Rock.
Walking on a clear path where tracks once carried the trains of the Rock Island Railroad, Irene Thompson said, "Looking at it, it's unbelievable isn't it?"
But Irene and her husband Tommy dread the thought of a highway being constructed on their property.
Sparkle Dupree, Our House resident with her two children Georgia Mjartan, Our House Executive Director Vaughn Summerville, Our House resident Tiffany Summerville, Our House resident Sheree Coleman, Our House Youth Specialist Sheree Coleman helps child with math homework. Inside Our House Childrens Center Inside Our House Childrens Center Outside Our House Childrens Center
Most parents try to protect their children from some of life's cruel realities, like broken relationships, sickness, discrimination, and even an understanding of death. However, with the nation's economy in a state of flux, poverty is on the rise and there are some parents who are unable to safeguard their children from experiencing homelessness.
Sections of the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility are being renovated.
FM 89's Malcolm Glover goes inside the jail, takes a tour of the facility, and talks with Sheriff Doc Holladay and his deputies about their jobs and the funding they want for the renovation of old cells and expansion of existing facilities.
One aspect of electioneering is quickly becoming a relic. The political jingle, a catchy campaign tune that could connect a candidate with the office he or she was running for, has fallen by the wayside in national, state and local campaigns.