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The shoe drops. This mug shot of Democratic state Treasurer Martha Shoffner appeared on the Pulaski County sheriff's office jail intake page late this afternoon.
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Some people have a collection of stamps or coins, but Robert Raines of Hot Springs has a collection that's a little bit different.
The first crime happened April 19 at Best Shot liquor store on Macarthur in North Little Rock.
The investigation into a Little Rock apartment fire continues tonight and investigators hope to know the cause by next week.
Hearne Fine Art ,1001 Wright Ave., is hosting a reception from 5-8 p.m. tonight for "Beautiful Uprising," an exhibition of woodcuts by Little Rock artist LaToya Hobbs .
The first of what's sure to be many legal challenges of new laws passed by the Arkansas General Assembly, Davy Carter opting not to run for governor, the environmental movements coalescing around the Mayflower oil spill cleanup and the factory hog farm in Mt.
Little Rock police hold a stately ceremony to honor the twenty-three men who no longer wear the badge.
Now in their 7th year, the Little Rock Film Festival is held each spring on the banks of the Arkansas River.
The United Way Tournament provides community members with an opportunity to enjoy a fun day while supporting the agency by playing golf, enjoying beverages on the course, lunch and a silent auction following the tournament.
Officials continue their investigation into a fire at Forest Place Apartments in Little Rock.
A Faulkner County jury returned a unanimous verdict last night that the Greenbrier Nursing and Rehabilitation Center had been negligent in treatment of Martha Bull, 76, who died at the nursing home April 7, 2008 after staff failed to act on a doctor's orders to get her transferred to a hospital emergency room for treatment of severe abdominal pain.
Sigma Holdings Inc. of Little Rock, a newly formed investment company led by veteran Little Rock banker Troy Duke and Garland County businessman Lewis Ray "LR" Gardner, announced Friday a deal to buy the Bank of Rison.
The Sequoyah National Research Center at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock is receiving a $20,000 grant for an exhibit on stereotypes of Native Americans.
City Manager Bruce Moore praised Kelly for his commitment to his profession as wll as his outstanding leadership and dedication to the City of Little Rock.