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One dead in North Little Rock after robbery turns deadly
KTHVCRIMEOne dead in North Little Rock after robbery turns deadlyThe victim is a female, and the person who called police is at the police station. Though officers are at the scene, there is no active threat.
One Dead in NLR Shooting
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark.- North Little Rock Police confirm one person is dead after a shooting Friday evening. According to North Little Rock Police, the shooting happened around 5:30 p.m. in the 2200 block of West Short 17th Street. This is a developing story. Be the first to share this story fro
Video released of car fleeing scene of Maumelle homicide
Authorities have released surveillance video of a vehicle possibly connected to the crime. (Photo courtesy: Maumelle Police Dept.) The Maumelle Police Department continue the homicide investigation that occurred last Friday on Kings Park Rd. Authorities have released surveillance video of a vehicle
Four Plead Guilty in Arkansas Multi-Million Dollar TRICARE Scheme
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (News release) - Federal officials announced today the guilty pleas of Brad Duke, 43, of Little Rock, Charlotte Leija, 38, of Conway, Michael "Chance" Beeman, 48, of Maumelle, and Michael Sean Brady, 50, of Little Rock, to conspiring to violate the Anti-Kickback Statute. Duke plead
Former LRPD Officer Found Not Guilty in Suspect's 2017 Shooting
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - A former officer with the Little Rock Police Department has been found not guilty of misdemeanor battery in the 2017 shooting of a shoplifting and carjacking suspect. Pulaski County District Judge Wayne Gruber made the ruling on Friday following a trial for Ralph Breshears that e
Little Rock man accused of attacking toddler for 'wasting Kool-Aid'
A 2-year-old was left in the care of Jeremy Richards, 32, for seven hours Wednesday, and when the child's mother came home, she noticed injuries on the child's back, stomach and face, a report for Richards' arrest said. Officers reported seeing the injuries first-hand when the woman reported the ass
Conway Officer Fires Shots at Suspect after High Speed Chase
Conway, Ark - The Conway Police Department is investigating an incident involving a pursuit that ended with an officer firing shots at a suspect. It happened Thursday night just after 10pm and started on Dave Ward drive when an officer tried to pull the suspect over. The suspect drove away and the
Maumelle police offer reward for information in homicide
Anyone who may have seen someone matching that description in the early hours of Friday, October 12 are asked to call 501-851-4128, send a private message to their Facebook page, or submit an anonymous tip on their website, maumellepolice.org. Police are offering a reward of up to 5,000 dollars for
Slashed with knife, robbed by 2 outside Little Rock home, man tells police
Police are investigating after a man said he was slashed with a knife and robbed by two men outside his Little Rock home Thursday. Billy Boatman, 42, said he arrived at his home on Evergreen Drive about 4:30 p.m. and found two men hanging around his carport, according to a police report. He said the
Arkansas Supreme Court Rules to Keep Issue 5 on November Ballot
LITTLE ROCK, Ark (KARK) - The Supreme Court in Arkansas ruled to keep Issue 5, minimum wage, on the ballot in November.
In video, car seen near time of killing
Surveillance video from the cul-de-sac where a Maumelle man was shot and stabbed multiple times last Friday morning shows a dark vehicle entering and exiting the area at the time of the attack, authorities said Thursday.Jerry Stuart, a 60-year-old former Olympic-qualifier and father of five, was lea
'Suck a pink cow udder,' costumed woman tells Arkansas police officer after arrest
A woman dressed as a cow had beef with a Pine Bluff police officer after she was arrested on a shoplifting charge Tuesday afternoon. Ashley Curry, 27, tried to steal a package of Flonase from a Walmart at 5501 S. Olive St., according to a police report. An officer was watching on surveillance camera
Food Network Show to Feature Little Rock Restaurants
Our content partner Rock City Eats reports via Facebook that the Food Network's "Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives" episode airing at 8 p.m. will include stops at Flyway Brewing and La Terraza Rum & Lounge.
Wanted Wednesday: Sherwood Police
Ronnie Summerville, 34, is accused of felony domestic battery stemming from an incident at a Sherwood home.
Family Honors Father Who Was Shot and Killed in Maumelle
"This was a man who was healthy and he was filled with wisdom. When something like that is just taken away from you pray, pray to not be anger, you pray to not be bitter, you pray that God gives you the strength to endure because you don't understand," Anderson said.
UA Little Rock researcher awarded nearly $25,000 to monitor Earth's atmosphere - News
Dr. Yupo Chan, a professor in theDepartment of Systems Engineeringat the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, has received $24,900 from NASA to measure the earth’s atmosphere to monitor its health and future climate.
Arkansas State Police searching for 70-year-old Little Rock man
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV ) - Arkansas State Police have issued a Silver Alert for 70-year-old John McArthur Williams, who was last seen near the South University Avenue Budget Inn. Williams has a full beard, "does not talk much, moans and grunts, also looks older in the face and holds his mouth open
Man wearing horror movie mask points rifle at group outside North Little Rock home, police say
A passenger rolled down the rear driver's-side window and pointed a rifle at the group as they stood outside the house, according to a report from the city's Police Department. A 38-year-old man described the weapon as an AK-47, the report states.
More hits coming for LRPD drug raids
More victims of violent, illegal LRPD raids are coming forward. This woman and her 83-year-old grandmother were raided earlier this year. No drugs found. No criminal charges. Lots of damage to the house, though.pic.twitter.com/kmrbUO0IGN— Radley Balko (@radleybalko)October 18, 2018
Little Rock police: 66-year-old woman robbed of car while unloading it at apartment complex
According to a report from the city's Police Department, the carjacking took place in the parking lot of the Governor's Park Apartments, 7820 W. Capitol Ave., shortly before 7:30 p.m.