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About: Little Rock, AR

Early travelers used a stone outcropping on the bank of the Arkansas River as a landmark. La Petite Roche (French for "the Little Rock"), named in 1722 by French explorer and trader Jean-Baptiste Bénard de la Harpe, marked the transition from the flat Mississippi Delta region to the Ouachita Mountain foothills. Travelers referred to the area as "the Little Rock" and the landmark name stuck.

Population: 189515
Local Newspapers: Arkansas Democrat Gazette Courier
Local Sports Teams: Arkansas Travelers (Double A Baseball)
Local Colleges: State UniversityUniversity of Arkansas at Little Rock

Zip Codes associated with Little Rock, AR: 72103, 72114, 72202, 72204, 72205, 72206, 72207, 72209, 72210, 72211, 72212, 72223, 72227
Towns/Cities near Little Rock, AR : Capital View, College Station, Sweet Home, South End, Cammack Village, Boyle Park, West Markham, Douglas Corner, Parkers-Iron Springs, Shannon Hills

Little Rock News
Writer, students to present conversation about lynching

Bangor for "The 1927 Project," a presentation about an early 20th-century lynching in Little Rock, Arkansas. The event will take place 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 5, at the Orono High School-Middle School library.

One Dead After Head On Collision

Arkansas State Police released a fatal accident report showing a driver, who was later identified as Victor Williams, II, 24, of Little Rock, was heading eastbound on U.S. 412.

City bans Luke Skrable from all city buildings

The city of Little Rock issued an order today banning Luke Skrable, a long-time city critic , from all city buildings. The letter, written by City Attorney Tom Carpenter at the city manager's instruction, says it was prompted by threatening voice mail left at public works, a threatening e-mail sent to the city manager and Skrable's behavior at a board meeting last week.

Employees On Edge After Rash of Weekend Robberies

A string of armed robberies at convenience stores had some clerks on edge. In Caddo Valley on Sunday, police said gunmen shot and killed a worker at Jordan's Kwick Stop Shell in Arkadelphia.

Blue Canoe makes the case for nanobreweries

Ok, y'all - I realize we've been writing about beer and breweries a lot here on Eat Arkansas of late. But let's face it: Our brew scene is quite possibly the most exciting segment of our food scene right now.

Pat's Place in Stuttgart is small town dining done right

LARGE AND DELICIOUS: A basket of hand-battered onion rings is a fantastic start to a meal at Pat's Place. When the onion rings hit the table, I felt a small pang inside me.

Bill filed to encourage telemedicine, a subject the governor has also ...

Irony alert: State Rep. Deborah Ferguson filed a bill today to encourage the use of telemedicine in Arkansas. Sure.

Architectural arts firm uncovering faux marble at Capitol

Not scandal at the state Capitol, scagliola. That's the method of creating a marble look on plaster that the builders of the Capitol used to make something beautiful at less expense than real marble.

Open line, news headlines and Hutchinson appointments

Here's your open line and daily video roundup. Also: * GUBERNATORIAL APPOINTMENTS : Today's appointments by Gov. Asa Hutchinson include some on some of the more prominent state commissions.

New sculpture at 2nd and Main

The city of Little Rock and the Sculpture at the River Market Committee installed a new sculpture at Second and Main this morning. It's "Peace" by Lori Acott of Red Feather Lakes, Colo., which won the 2014 Sculpture at the River Market Show and Sale.

a Q&a with Talib Kweli

While serving as hosts for the inaugural American Country Countdown Awards in December, Florida Georgia Line - the twosome of Brian Kelley from the Sunshine State and Tyler Hubbard, pride of the Peach State - turned the two-hour televised show into a party. /more/ Wakarusa, which previously announced The Roots, STS9, Young the Giant and others for their 2015 festival, set to be held from June 4-7 at Mulberry Mountain, announced more of its lineup last week and this morning.

Crime in the Times' 'hood: Thefts at Marriott, Gus's

Little Rock police released a couple of reports on thefts in our downtown neighborhood in recent days. Employees of Gus's Fried Chicken at 300 President Clinton Avenue noticed a small safe had been taken from a storage closet shortly before 9 p.m. Saturday.

Will Little Rock Board fail again on street ordinance?

Arkansas Outside, a website devoted to outdoor sports, offers r eporting on the Little Rock City Board's recent delay of a vote to adopt a "complete streets" ordinance. Many other more progressive cities have complete streets plans, as recommended by the city's professional staff.

Arvest Mortgage CEO Bill Roehrenbeck Joins PNC Bank of Delaware

Did you know the mortgage executive with Arvest has made a career move, from the largest Arkansas-based mortgage lender to a national giant? Bill Roehrenbeck, chairman and CEO of Arvest Mortgage Co.

Happy Trails

The northern section of Allsopp Park has been renovated thanks to some city of Little Rock sewer work. [ View Full-Size ] Subscribers must LOG-IN to read this full story.

Hit and Run Leaves Teen in Critical Condition

A Central Arkansas teenager is in critical condition and the community is praying for her recovery. The incident happened on Jones and 13th street in Little Rock.

How A Trans-Atlantic Investment Scam Ensnared Credit Union President Joyce Judy

Chuck Walker was succinct if euphemistic in describing the series of cringe-inducing decisions that sent Joyce Judy, the former president of Arkansas Employees Federal Credit Union, to federal prison.