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Neighborhood Crime Tracker: Dec. 3, 2013
Police are investigating another bank robbery in Little Rock. The latest hold up happened around 12:30 Tuesday afternoon, when police say the man pictured above walked into U.S. Bank on North Rodney Parham and implied he had a weapon.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Delta Regional Authority awards grant to Innovation Hub
The Delta Regional Authority, which works to create jobs in the Mississippi Delta in seven states and in Alabama, has awarded the Arkansas Innovation Hub in North Little Rock a grant of $251,105, bringing to $1 million, or half, the amount needed to construct the Hub in the building housing Art Connection at 204 E. Fourth St. in Argenta.
Houston couple gives $3M to UA engineering college
A $3 million gift from a University of Arkansas graduate will create an endowed position at the university's College of Engineering.
$1.7M Transaction Visits Motel 6 Property
A 128-room motel in southwest Little Rock changed hands in a $1.7 million sale. Sargam Hospitality Inc. of Irving, Texas, bought the Motel 6 at 7501 Interstate 30. The seller is G6 Hospitality Property LLC, an affiliate of Blackstone Real Estate Investors of New York.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
North Little Rock Schools in the Middle Of a $223 Million Makeover
The size of the North Little Rock High School campus will be doubled when its portion of the improvement project is done.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
$150,000 raised so far to save LR ballpark
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/RICK MCFARLAND --11/29/13-- Lamar Porter Boys Club Athletic Field, built in in 1936, at West 7th and Johnson streets in Little Rock Friday.
Shopping looser on Black Friday
Customers cross crowded paths Thursday at a Toys R Us store in North Little Rock.
Etched in infamy
The light at the end of Arkansas' long, dark season appeared to be coming into focus in the twilight at Tiger Stadium on Friday.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Wounded Warrior Gets Surprise Flight to See Brother Play in Iron Bowl
Thanksgiving and football go hand and hand, and on the eve of the Iron Bowl, one of the biggest college football game of the season, an Arkansas Soldier wounded in combat is ready to reunite with his brother who will be there in uniform.
The Baxter Bulletin
Desegregation settlement proposal posted online
Arkansas officials on Wednesday posted online the terms of a proposed settlement of a decades-old desegregation lawsuit involving Little Rock-area schools.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
On the trail of the Blues
Big Bill Broonzy was a giant of the blues world, a pioneer who, in 1920, escaped the racially-divided state of Arkansas for the city of Chicago.
Instructions to Object the Proposed Desegregation Plan
Anyone opposed to the proposed desegregation settlement plan for school districts in Pulaski County can challenge the agreement by writing to the court.
Arkansas' bigger schools hit semifinal round
All four teams in the Arkansas' Class 7A football semifinals finished the top seven in the Arkansas high school football poll.
Cabot ready for rematch with North Little Rock
North Little Rock was the preseason favorite to snap the west's streak of eight straight state championships in the state's largest classification.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Argenta Market to host open house
One of the best places in town for gourmet food and local products is North Little Rock's Argenta Market , a quaint and friendly shop that sells groceries and quality prepared food.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
150 Thanksgiving Baskets Delivered to NLR Families in Need
The North Little Rock Police Department along with the Kiwanis Club Of North Little Rock teamed up today to deliver 150 food baskets to families in the North Little Rock area.
Plenty of price tags for LR settlement
There are three price tags connected to the decades-long fight over attempts to desegregate three central Arkansas school districts.
The News Tribune
Storm to threaten holiday travel, moving east
Still, the severe weather could ramp back up Tuesday as it sweeps toward the East Coast, where it is poised to threaten plans for those traveling during a long holiday weekend.
NLR mayor to trim '14 budget's 'fluff'
With an approving nod from the City Council on Monday evening, North Little Rock Mayor Joe Smith said he will cut what "fluff" he can from the proposed 2014 city budget but still anticipates dipping into reserve funds to erase an anticipated $1.6 million shortfall.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Winter Weather Grips Arkansas
Shortly before 6 a.m. today, the National Weather Service in Little Rock reported that some freezing rain had fallen in Arkadelphia with some icing showing up on road signs and vehicles.