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State OKs $1 satellite-lockup deal
State inmates who had been housed at the Pulaski County jail in Little Rock arrive Monday at a nearby satellite building the state Department of Correction is leasing to relieve crowded conditions.
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Mon Jul 21, 2014
Easing Jail Overcrowding in Arkansas
The state taking the first step to make sure more state inmates serve their time in prison, not county jails.
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Join us along with THV 11 and United Way to collect school supplies
It's time for back to school... But there are kids in Central Arkansas that may not have the supplies and tools they need to get the most of their education this fall! That's why we've teamed up with United Way and THV 11 to lend a helping hand.
Proposal on jail charges set for vote
The Pulaski County Quorum Court is to vote Tuesday on an ordinance that would charge cities for the jail inmates held for them in the absence of a jail-payment contract with the county.
NLR police probing death of man, 28, shot in street
North Little Rock police are investigating the death of a man who was shot to death early Sunday near the intersection of Campbell Road and Whippoorwill Lane.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Arkansas Baptist College hit with civil lawsuits
The historically black college in Little Rock has struggled to pay its bills, meet payroll obligations and deliver financial aid checks to its students since last year, the media reported this week.
Defendants in Sbarro killing blame each other in recordings
The two men accused of killing a pizza restaurant employee during an armed robbery at Little Rock's Park Plaza mall each blames the other for the fatal holdup, a Pulaski County circuit judge heard Friday.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
MAPCO proposal at Third and Broadway is dead
The city of Little Rock received a letter today from MAPCO , the convenience store chain, that it was withdrawing its controversial application to build a unit at Third and Broadway.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Sheriff: Family reports man missing for 7 months
Christopher Wayne Cory JONESBORO, AR -More than 7 months after they last saw him, the family of a Region 8 man reported him missing.
Jury told victim hit gun hand
Deshaun Scott left his wife's dead body on the side of a Little Rock street after she was fatally shot, but that doesn't mean he murdered her, his lawyer told a Pulaski County jury Wednesday.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
This Week in Music
Reggie Gold is another member of the local Young Gods of America collective worth paying attention to - this song appeared two days ago and has an eerie Danny Elfman energy to it.
Fistfight with Son Ends in Arrest of Little Rock Police Officer
A fistfight with his 16-year-old son has ended with the arrest of an officer with the Little Rock Police Department.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
a Q&a with Jason Wiest, the new host of Kabf's 'Big Gay Radio Show'
Jason Wiest was announced on June 23rd as the new host of KABF 88.3 's "Big Gay Radio Show," the state's only LBGT issue-oriented programming.
New video from Lo Thraxx, 'Royale With Cheese'
We can all breathe a little easier knowing Lo Thraxx has a new mixtape on the way, the very well titled "$harkansas: The Cool Wave," and here is a kind of single, featuring a "Pulp Fiction" sample and lines like "I am Arkansas."
A setback for Lyft ride-sharing in St. Louis
NO SMILES TODAY: Lyft, whose cars bear the mustache, lost a round in court to operate in St. Louis outside the city's code for regulating taxis.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Body found by Clinton Library in the Arkansas River
The Pulaski County Sheriff's Water Patrol Unit, in addition to Little Rock and North Little Rock Fire Departments responded to the Arkansas River for reports of a body in the water.
Eureka to vote for marriage equality
The Eureka Springs City Council will vote tonight on a resolution that reaffirms a 2012 endorsement of marriage equality and supports the Aug. 2 marriage reception celebration planned in Eureka to commemorate the marriage licenses issued in the city for a few days in May after Circuit Judge Chris Piazza's historic ruling, later stayed.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Group backs effort to boost vets courts
The Arkansas Veterans Coalition decided Friday to assist a Pulaski County circuit judge in her effort to expand veterans treatment courts statewide.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Here is the latest Arkansas news from The Associated Press
A Marion County woman has been sentenced to five years' probation after pleading guilty to Medicaid fraud.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
More money for Arkansas school construction
The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports that the three-member Public School Academic Facilities and Transportation Commission unanimously approved the funding Wednesday after learning of an error by the Pulaski County assessor's office that affected districts statewide.