5 headlines to know Monday May 5

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Here are five headlines to know for Monday May 5. For more headlines go to www.thv11.com.


Early voting begins for Arkansas primary

Early voting begins for Arkansas' primary and nonpartisan judicial election in what's expected to be the first statewide test of a new voter ID law.

School begins in Mayflower, Vilonia

Classes are set to begin for students in Mayflower and Vilonia. The schools have been closed all week due to the deadly tornado that ripped through the state Sunday.


Study: Baby safety gates not always safe

Baby gates meant to protect young children aren't always as safe as parents think. A new study says nearly 2,000 U.S. kids get emergency room treatment each year from injuries resulting from falling through or climbing on these gates.

Target CEO resigns as data breach fallout continues

Target President and CEO Gregg Steinhafel resigned Monday as the retailer continues to recover its image nearly five months after a massive holiday-season data breach.


Rare goblins shark caught off Fla. coast

A shrimper caught this rare goblin shark in the waters off Key West in April.


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