5 headlines to know for July 31

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Here are five headlines to know for the morning of Thursday July 31. For more headlines go to www.thv11.com.


UPDATE: Mother named 'possible suspect', bonds out of jail

According to authorities in Yell County, a 10-month-old child and his father who had been the center of a search and rescue effort were found dead Tuesday.

Hundreds of KKK flyers found in 3 Arkansas towns

Hundreds of flyers promoting the KKK were tossed onto driveways around Lonoke County, and it quickly became a bigger issue than police expected.


1st-grade student forced to sit on floor for weeks

The controversial punishment of a first-grader at Westwood Elementary ended with a teacher reprimanded and a family demanding answers.

Obama's day: Labor law, housing, and Special Olympics

President Obama's busy schedule Thursday includes a new executive order on labor law.


Little Rock student's message of inspiration goes viral

"Hi. My name is Joy Nicole," she said, smiling as she introduced herself. Joy Nicole is your typical Psychology student at University of Arkansas at Little Rock. "I'm kind of a shy person." But, she could have fooled the rest of the world.


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