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2 hrs ago | Arkansas Times
This week's Rock Candy anthem comes from Anthony L. Moss, a.k.a. Mossberg , who grew up in Little Rock and made a nearly perfect Southern rap album, "Ashes II Ashes, Dus 2 Dus," in 1995.
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6 hrs ago | FOX16
The Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc. broke ground today on a regional operations center in Little Rock, Ark., signifying a continued commitment in the reliable delivery of least-cost energy to MISO members and their customers from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico.
10 hrs ago | FOX16
The City of Little Rock has launched an official smart phone app, the newest way to connect with its citizens.
14 hrs ago | Arkansas Times
As Little Rock's food truck scene continues to expand, we are fortunate to see people doing more adventurous things with food.
A Little Rock building -- that neighbors say turned into a homeless camp -- is being demolished.
Republican governor's candidate Asa Hutchinson said today he believes "it is time for a comprehensive review of the criminal justice system," at both the state and federal levels.
Family and friends of two women missing for two months from North Little Rock are bringing in a private investigator to help bring their loved ones home.
We hate to say we told you so, but we told you so: After a couple of months in which Mamacita's Mexican Bar & Grill, 5923 Kavanaugh Blvd., Little Rock, had been indefinitely closed for "renovations," sharp-eyed observers have spotted "For Lease" on the front and patio doors and the phone number, 916-2421, has been disconnected.
James Taylor, 51, of Cabot, was killed about 9:40 a.m. today in what Little Rock police are calling an industrial accident at 1900 W. 65th Street.
Officers responded to a shooting that had just occurred at 17th and Battery around 7 p.m. The victim was shot at least once and treated by Little Rock Fire Rescue and MEMS, according to police.
Voters avoided a tax increase by turning down a millage that would have given more money to the State's largest two-year college.
The third annual Arkansas Run for the Fallen will begin at 10 a.m. Friday at Ozark City Hall and will finish Sunday afternoon at the Arkansas State Capitol in Little Rock.
Pulaski County Circuit Judge Collins Kilgore on Tuesday ordered a Little Rock brokerage firm to move forward with the sale of an apartment complex coowned by John Burkhalter, a businessman and candidate for lieutenant governor, against his objections.
It's surprising to me that for a city so clearly infatuated with pie, there's no dedicated pie shops in existence in Little Rock.
Todd Shields, a 20-year political science professor at the University of Arkansas, was named dean of the school's J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, officials announced Monday .