Red Wolves Raw: A-State football reacts to UNLV win

Hear from Blake Anderson, Justice Hansen, Marcel Murray, William Bradley-King, and Jerry Jacobs

Arkansas Baptist Children’s Home hosts 5K

Arkansas Baptist Children's Home hosts I Care 5K at Craighead Forest Park

VFW holds auction for veterans

Jonesboro VFW auctions off goods for veterans

Pedestrian killed in 1 vehicle crash

A woman was killed in a vehicle-pedestrian crash Friday morning.

Man breaks into home, draws self bath, police say

A man was arrested after police said he broke into a home and drew himself a bath.

$450 million da Vinci painting rediscovered in Baton Rouge

Fewer than 20 paintings by Leonardo da Vinci have survived to this day. More than a century has passed since the last time one was rediscovered.

NEA District Fair canceled

Due to continued rainy conditions, the NEA District Fair has canceled the last day of opening.

Year-long investigation results in multiple arrests in White County

The Central Arkansas Drug Task Force arrested multiple people involved in illegal use and distribution of drugs after a year-long investigation.

Great Arkansas Cleanup event canceled due to rain

The Great Arkansas Cleanup that was scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 22 has been canceled due to rain in the forecast.

School, company partner to offer new class

A Region 8 school district and a manufacturing company are teaming up, and it sparked a new kind of class for students.

Nonresident waterfowl permit changes passed

The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has voted to amend nonresident waterfowl permits to be valid only during certain portions of duck season.

Vice President Mike Pence at Little Rock rally

Vice President Mike Pence made a stop in Little Rock on Friday.

Changes made to harvest festival to increase attendance

Saturday is the 41st Bay Harvest Festival, and if you’re headed out there, you might see some new changes this year.

Classic Ozark novel may become Broadway musical

The Ozark’s classic novel “Shepherd of the Hills” may soon play out on a Broadway stage.

Union Street in Cave City is now one-way

Signs are up and stencils are in place as Union Street in Cave City has officially become a one-way road.

Massive drug take down effort results in over 1,200 arrests

Operation Task Force Arkansas has resulted in hundreds of arrests across the Natural State this week.

Bow season starts this weekend in Arkansas

Bow season opens Saturday to kick off deer hunting in Arkansas.

Thieves steal 500 pounds of copper scrap

Thieves chose a golden opportunity to steal hundreds of pounds of copper.

Writers retreat to commemorate the Armistice

The Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum and Educational Center in Piggott will hold a special writer’s retreat commemorating the centennial of the end of World War I.

Mayor: Full trust in investigation into officers who turned off body cams

Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland is discussing the recent officer-involved shooting of Martavious Banks.

Flea, tick products can cause seizures in pets, FDA warns

Flea treatments for dogs and cats can lead to neurological issues, including muscle tremors and seizures, the Food and Drug Administration warned.

Arkansas court hears challenge over reworked voter ID law

An Arkansas attorney says the state's highest court should strike down a law requiring voters to show photo identification before casting a ballot.

Friday’s GMR8 Foxhole with Trey & Jim

It's Friday, so that means it's time for the "Friday Song." The crew also discusses an animal rescue overseas.

Ambassadors program expanding to provide extra help

A Little Rock group wants you to feel safe when you visit downtown.

Pedestrian hit-and-run under investigation in Kennett, MO

Kennett Police are investigating a pedestrian hit-and-run that happened on Wednesday, Sept. 17.

Bye bye bugs? Scientists fear non-pest insects are declining

A staple of summer - swarms of bugs - seems to be a thing of the past. And that's got scientists worried.

Man arrested on several charges including assault, kidnapping in Caruthersville, MO

Police in Caruthersville, Missouri arrested one man on several charges Thursday.

Sept. 21, 2018: Armed robbery suspect dead; crash shuts down I-55; showers ahead

A look at what's happening today on Good Morning Region 8.

Chamber of Commerce hosts volunteer fair

Jonesboro Chamber of Commerce hosts volunteer fair at St. Bernard's Auditorium.

Mississippi Co. man killed in accident on I-55 exit ramp

A Half Moon man was killed in a single-vehicle crash Wednesday night on the southbound 63-mile marker exit ramp of Interstate 55.

Man pleads guilty in murder of Cardwell woman

A man will spend life in prison without the possibility of parole after pleading guilty to the murder of a Dunklin County woman.

President to test text alert system in October

The United State Government has pushed back the date to test President Donald Trump’s emergency text alert system.

A-State gets record $6.7 million gift for 3D arts facility

A new dimension is coming to the arts at Arkansas State University.

A Better Region 8: Thanking teachers for their service

Region 8 takes time to thank teachers for the service they give to students.

ACH’s technique in preventing suicide

A new screening tool that is focused on suicide prevention is saving lives at Arkansas Children’s Hospital.

6-year-old whipped to death with extension cord, step father charged

A man admitted to whipping a 6-year-old until the child began to throw up and ultimately die, according to court documents.

Residents, SID respond to possible fee increase

Cherokee Village residents could see an increase in their Suburban Improvement District fees this coming year, and residents are speaking out.

Arkansas State opens HOWL Center

ASU opens up mental health resource center

‘Firenado’ eats firefighter’s water hose

Firefighter Mary Schidlowsky said her crew was battling a wildfire last month in British Columbia when the towering flames and smoke got caught up in a whirlwind.

Pizza Inn responds after ADH warns of possible Hep A at Jonesboro restaurant

The Arkansas Department of Health says an employee at the Pizza Inn on Southwest Drive in Jonesboro has tested positive for Hep A.

First West Nile death was in Jackson County, not St. Louis

State health officials say the first West Nile death in Missouri this year was in Jackson County, not St. Louis.