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- December brings Arkansas Trail of Holiday Lights 24m
- Ugly Sweater 5K planned in Magnolia 25m
- Arkansas Race Institute awards $20,000 in grants 26m
- Chris Olsen: Crafts to keep the kids busy 29m
- What to do with those holiday leftovers 29m
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Following Natalie Eaton's recoveryFollowing Natalie Eaton's recoveryA freak accident changed the way one Arkansas family looks at the world.
- 10 hours, 53 minutes ago
Bobby Moore's family reacts to Ferguson case announcementBobby Moore's family reacts to Ferguson case announcementFor Deazzaray Perkins, watching and waiting for the indictment announcement in Ferguson was all too familiar.
- 10 hours, 59 minutes ago
From tragedy to inspiration: ASU student's amazing recoveryFrom tragedy to inspiration: ASU student's amazing recoveryA freak accident with a golf club left an Arkansas State University student unable to walk on her own.
- 14 hours, 3 minutes ago
Volunteers giving back to give thanksVolunteers giving back to give thanksThanksgiving week is often filled with family food and probably some time off from work. As you give thanks this year, organizations that help those in need are also hoping you'll spend some time giving back.
- 14 hours, 5 minutes ago
How to survive Thanksgiving with food allergiesHow to survive Thanksgiving with food allergiesThe pumpkin pie, the eggnog, the casseroles. Holidays are a smörgåsbord of delicious sweets and dishes. However, if you have food allergies, they can be a day full of stress and extreme caution.
- 14 hours, 15 minutes ago
Pine Bluff charter school discussing Ferguson protestPine Bluff charter school discussing Ferguson protestWith tension running high after protests erupted across the country after the decision in Ferguson, Missouri to not indict police officer Darren Wilson, a Pine Bluff program is taking the conversation in their own hands, and to students.
- 14 hours, 30 minutes ago
Jaguar exhibit reopens at Little Rock ZooJaguar exhibit reopens at Little Rock ZooThe jaguar exhibit at the Little Rock Zoo reopened Tuesday for the first time since a toddler fell into the pit.
- 14 hours, 56 minutes ago
#FindMalik: Search continues for missing toddler#FindMalik: Search continues for missing toddlerTen to 15 officers with the Searcy Police Department continued to search for 2-year-old Malik Drummond overnight.
- 14 hours, 58 minutes ago
#FindMalik: Missing toddler's mom questions if son was kidnapped#FindMalik: Missing toddler's mom questions if son was kidnappedThe mood had changed since Monday night, and many people THV11 spoke with are now thinking the child did not wander away from the home by himself.
- 15 hours, 7 minutes ago
New Little Rock chocolate and ice cream shop opensNew Little Rock chocolate and ice cream shop opensA grand opening was held on Tuesday for a new chocolate and ice cream shop in Little Rock's Historic River Market District.
- 15 hours, 41 minutes ago
NLRPD starts "Dusk to Dawn" campaignNLRPD starts "Dusk to Dawn" campaignNorth Little Rock police are trying to cut down on burglaries and thefts outside of homes with a new campaign.
- 15 hours, 44 minutes ago
Suspects in realtor Beverly Carter's death formally chargedSuspects in realtor Beverly Carter's death formally chargedThe two suspected in the death of central Arkansas realtor Beverly Carter have been formally charged.
- 16 hours, 36 minutes ago
City board to make final decisions on UberCity board to make final decisions on UberLittle Rock's City Board of Directors will decide on whether to finalize an ordinance for the ride sharing service, Uber.
- 16 hours, 50 minutes ago
Federal judge overturns Arkansas' gay marriage banFederal judge overturns Arkansas' gay marriage banA federal judge has struck down Arkansas' gay marriage ban, which could pave the way for county clerks to eventually resume issuing licenses.
- 16 hours, 55 minutes ago
Texarkana police searching for aggravated robbery suspectTexarkana police searching for aggravated robbery suspectThe Texarkana Police Department is seeking a robbery suspect from an aggravated robbery that happened on November 5.
- 17 hours, 23 minutes ago
Clinton National Airport expects busy Thanksgiving periodClinton National Airport expects busy Thanksgiving periodThe Sunday following Thanksgiving is projected to be busiest.
- 17 hours, 31 minutes ago
#FindMalik: Police say lie detectors used as part of investigation#FindMalik: Police say lie detectors used as part of investigationThe search for a missing Searcy boy is in its third day with no valid clues about where the child may be.
- 17 hours, 45 minutes ago
Prosecutors ask to drop Shoffner mail fraud caseProsecutors ask to drop Shoffner mail fraud caseFederal prosecutors are asking to drop their case accusing former Arkansas state Treasurer Martha Shoffner of spending thousands from her campaign on personal items and said they'll present evidence of the spending when she's sentenced in a separate bribery...
- 17 hours, 52 minutes ago
LRPD giving away 150 free turkeysLRPD giving away 150 free turkeysThe Little Rock Police Department trying to help out those in need this holiday season.
- 19 hours, 21 minutes ago
Window broken out in gas station burglary, 3 arrestedWindow broken out in gas station burglary, 3 arrestedThree men have been arrested in a burglary at a Shell Superstop in Benton.
- 19 hours, 36 minutes ago
Senate giving old computers to Arkansas schoolsSenate giving old computers to Arkansas schoolsA handful of computers no longer used at the U.S. Senate are going to five rural schools in Arkansas.
- 20 hours ago
UALR J-School receives $1.4 million bequestUALR J-School receives $1.4 million bequestThe names of two Arkansas radio pioneers will be on a new scholarship set up at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock's School of Mass Communication.
- 20 hours, 13 minutes ago
Arkansas Electric Cooperative adds wind capacityArkansas Electric Cooperative adds wind capacityA southeastern Oklahoma wind farm is providing Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corporation with 150 megawatts of potential wind energy through a long-term power purchase agreement.
- 20 hours, 17 minutes ago
Homeless woman dies in Little Rock's 40th homicide of yearHomeless woman dies in Little Rock's 40th homicide of yearLittle Rock police said a homeless woman died early Tuesday morning in the 40th homicide of the year for Little Rock.
- 20 hours, 29 minutes ago
KSSN's Toy Hill Drive coming up next weekKSSN's Toy Hill Drive coming up next weekOur partners at 105.1 The WOLF and KSSN 96 have a busy holiday season ahead. Their annual toy hill drive benefiting the Marine Corps' Toys for Tots is coming up soon!
- 20 hours, 49 minutes ago
UAMS offering free health clinic Dec. 1UAMS offering free health clinic Dec. 1More health care options are coming soon to Little Rock's 12th Street neighborhood.
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- 21 hours, 11 minutes ago
13th Annual Stuff the Sleigh13th Annual Stuff the SleighStuff the Sleigh, Inc. is in its thirteenth year of providing Christmas presents for foster children across the state.
- 21 hours, 54 minutes ago
Despite the torching of a police car and dozens of arrests, police said a second night of protests was "much better" than the arson and widespread violence the night before. Protesters in Ferguson inspired demonstrations across the U.S.
When your family finishes their Thanksgiving meal, chances are you'll have leftovers.
A Ferguson-related rally in Minneapolis turned scary when a car drove through a crowd of protesters, running over a woman's legs.
Police say a 17-year-old girl and a 15-year-old boy were operating a prostitution ring out of their Florida high schools.
Two FBI agents were shot early Wednesday morning in north St. Louis County. The agents were responding to a situation involving a person barricaded inside the home.
Michael Brown, Sr. found out Darren Wilson hadn't been indicted shortly before the world did. Although he disagreed with the decision and how it was announced, he condemned any violence or negative actions in his son's name.
Protesters and demonstrators from across the country took to the streets Tuesday night in support of Michael Brown, the unarmed teen who was killed by a Ferguson, Missouri police officer.
With the decision not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, the St. Louis Prosecuting Attorney's Office has released documents and evidence pertaining to the grand jury investigation.
The Ferguson Burger Bar, which chose not to board its windows in the wake of unrest in the town, went unscathed Monday night after the grand jury's decision was announced.