The tragedy of suicide by veterans continues every day in America. This discussion centers on ways to prevent it.
The MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History was created to display our state's military heritage by preserving the contributions of Arkansas men and women who served in the armed forces. Exhibits feature artifacts, photographs, weapons, documents, uniforms and other military items that vividly portray Arkansas's military history at home and abroad. Regular Museum Hours: Monday - Saturday9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Sunday1:00 p.m. -... Read more
The Sierra Club's environmental activism has been going on for decades. Learn about their current activities.
April 21 at War Memorial Stadium is an event for Parkinson's patients, families, and caregivers that will really help you in your work to manage the disease.
Inflammatory Breast Cancer is a rare form of this cancer and it must be discussed and researched. Learn more from Terry Arnold in this interview.
I can't believe she said that about "advice" and other fun stuff today
This group helps people with disabilities continue to enjoy their passion for fishing and hunting.
Melissa Mitchell and Justin Stuart discuss the fall class for this education and employment program.
Shelli brings us up to date with all the things going on in Benton, Bryant, Bauxite and all of Saline County.
Tim Vahsholz and Frank Lawrence discuss this year's Bike and Hike for ALS with Tom Wood,
Jenny Strange, of the Blackbird Academy for the Arts in Conway, describes this year's contest which runs till September 9, 2017.
Blake Cole talks about "Scouting Night" in schools and this fall's "Sporting Clays Classic"
First responders in Little Rock discuss training the public to help on disaster scenes before professionals arrive.
Everything going on in Saline County - business, politics, sports, fun, etc
Laura talks about the role of the pharmacist in today's world. A world filled with health insurance questions and epidemics of drug abuse.
Mandy Davis talks about this important homeless resource in Little Rock and the upcoming "Sleep Out in the Rock" event.
The need for a support system is great among young women returning to civilian life from prison terms and this group's mission is to provide that support.
At risk youth in Arkansas have an option for schooling from 14-18 years old. The Youth Challenge program instills a disciplined approach to education and focuses students on the goal of a high school diploma.
Young people need help with employment every season in Little Rock and this group finds jobs and career starting positions for their members,
Ozark Mountain Music is alive and well in Mountain View thanks to this group of historic preservationists. Barbara Satterfield talks with Tom about this great program, plus an in-studio performance by Emily Phillips from the group