Caddo Hiill School District Science Teacher Terry Wisener wins the 2022-23 Winter Professional Development Challenge presented by ArkansasIDEAS.
Wendy Blackwood, a licensed professional counselor, is trying spread the word and normalize the conversation about mental health among farmers and ranchers. However, many are not willing to discuss an issue that's so personal.
In an effort to remember the importance of the Holocaust and commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Arkansas PBS has upcoming events and a digital series to coincide with our rebroadcast of “The U.S. and the Holocaust.” Attend events in Central Arkansas and watch “Arkansas and the Holocaust” to dig deeper into how the Holocaust impacted our state.
Arkansas PBS is elevating Black stories all year long with local features as well as national programming, highlighting those stories.
Arkansas PBS and Philander Smith College have partnered for Philander Forward Film Series, a new screening series designed to unite students and communities through films illuminating the Black experience and telling stories that matter.
Do you have a creative illustrator, poet or storyteller in grades K-3? Encourage them to enter the Arkansas PBS KIDS Writers Contest by Friday, April 21.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson sits down with Steve Barnes to discuss his time in office and future plans in a special edition of "Arkansas Week."
Share your recipes, photos or videos today of your favorite holiday traditions and you’ll be entered to win a chance to win an Arkansas PBS Cookbook Bundle and a chance to be included in our new program "Celebrating Arkansas: Holiday Traditions."
ArkansasIDEAS presents fourth annual Winter Professional Development Challenge to help educators to wrap up professional development hours this season.
Arkansas PBS is gearing up for the holidays with programming for everyone in the family, highlighted by “Garden Home Christmas” and “Mary Berry’s Ultimate Christmas.”
Arkansas PBS is bringing viewers a series of concert specials this December, featuring Willie Nelson, Alan Jackson, Mariah Carey and more!
Fourteen schools have eyes on a state championship and AR PBS Sports, along with the Arkansas Activities Association, is excited to bring the high school football state championship games into your home! We’re sharing live broadcasts of the state finals from War Memorial Stadium so that families and fans across The Natural State can enjoy the celebration from the comfort of your couch!
Arkansas PBS viewers give their feedback on how programming has affected them.
Lakeview Farms owner Darrin Davis sheds a light on the stress laid upon a farmer.
Arkansas PBS will air Veterans Day-related programming celebrating those who are and have served in the military.