© 2023 KUAF
NPR Affiliate since 1985
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00 0:00
Available On Air Stations
Support all the news, music, and community you get from KUAF everyday! Give now and choose from two 10-watt Wonder thank you gifts!

News from KUAR, KASU and AR Public Media

About This Section
Stories from around Arkansas by KUAR News, KASU News and Arkansas Public Media.

  • Sculptor Kevin Kresse shows his clay model of the Johnny Cash statue to Gov. Asa Hutchinson and National Statuary Hall Steering Committee Chairman Shane Broadway on Thursday at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock's Windgate Center of Art and Design.
    Michael Hibblen
    KUAR News
    Work continues on the Johnny Cash statue that will be one of two new statues representing the state of Arkansas in the U.S. Capitol. Michael Hibblen from our partner station KUAR speaks with the sculptor and a Johnny Cash admirer.
  • Prosecutor Keith Chrestman has filed a motion in Crittenden County Circuit Court asking a judge to not allow advanced DNA testing to move forward in the infamous West Memphis Three case. Among the arguments made in the filing is that the advanced, M-Vac DNA testing method would permanently alter the evidence and even if other DNA was discovered it wouldn’t conclusively prove who did it.