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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
Local Sports Teams: Arkansas Travelers (Double A Baseball)
Local Colleges: University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Zip Codes associated with little rock, arkansas: 72103 72114 72202 72204 72205 72206 72207 72209 72210 72211 72212 72223 72227
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Slim Pickings

STATS: Vary by flavor. One of the Salted Caramel Pretzel snacks contains 160 calories and 8 fat, 20 carbohydrate, zero fiber, 15 sugar and 2 protein grams.

2 Taylors do battle over who said what

One hundred years ago, the enemies of Little Rock Mayor Charles E. Taylor were looking for ways to get his goat. In July, he went to New York to obtain an extension from city creditors for $575,000 in loans.

Pundits give life tips to teen city workers

Participants in the city of Little Rock's Summer Youth Employment Program benefited a second year from the Inclusion & Multicultural 700 Youth Empowerment Summit, presented to them by Supha Xayprasith-Mays and held July 13 in the Chenal Country Club ballroom.

Show funds to aid LGBTQ homeless

There was a little something for everyone at Lucie's Place Cabaret, which took the stage July 17 at The Studio Theater in Little Rock.

Homes for LR homeless in plans

As it finishes renovating its basement to provide more space for people to take showers and wash clothes, the Jericho Way homeless resource center in Little Rock also is planning a much bigger project that would give some of its clients their own bathrooms.

The COVER/LINE Great American Road Trip 2017

After my interview with Beverly Keel in Nashville, I'm determined to listen to more songs by female country musicians. I spin plenty of Carrie Underwood, Shania Twain, Kacey Musgraves, Dixie Chicks, and Miranda Lambert on the 349-mile drive from Nashville to Little Rock.

Little Rock debuts regional ketchup

So thought Amber Davis-Tanner, who was on vacation in Oregon last year when she noticed nearly every restaurant featured locally made ketchup with tomatoes grown in the state. She recalled growing up on an Arkansas farm where her grandparents grew tomatoes every year.

Severed Fiber Lines The Reason For Lottery Ticket Sales Outage

"I drove to several locations," Beverly told 5News, "and all I know is that I couldn't purchase tickets and that the system was down." The locations visited by Beverly included Murphy's in Greenwood, Flash Market in Greenwood, a convenience store in Mansfield and another location at Hwy.

The First to Do It

Franklin moved to Little Rock, Arkansas in 2007, and after years of living there she opened a storefront. She eventually got homesick and came back to Milwaukee in 2015.

Skiing OK in river? Yes, but ...

Hey: We were admiring the Broadway bridge the other day from the Little Rock side and saw something we'd never seen before on the Arkansas River.

Capital counts levied in tot's killing

A 21-year-old man, warned at age 17 he was not cut out for a life of crime, and a 17-year-old boy who has been a felon since he was 15 have been formally charged with capital murder over accusations they killed a 2-year-old Little Rock girl in November. Ramiya Reed was fatally shot two days before Thanksgiving when someone fired into the back seat of a rented 2016 Toyota Camry being driven by her cousin Shunta Johnson, 38, on South Harrison Street about 10:30 p.m. There were four other children in the car.

How Bobby Rush Found the Blues

Bobby Rush says he's cut 374 records, but he didn't record any of them in his home state of Louisiana until his most recent album, Porcupine Meat , which won a Grammy this year for Best Traditional Blues Album . But it was in Louisiana that the 83-year-old singer and guitarist, who's been playing 200 shows a year for six decades, got his first taste of the blues, listening to it on the radio as a kid.

Arkansas has a $2 million Powerball winner

Francis Mallahan of Navajo, N.M., was in Van Buren for a funeral when he bought a ticket for the July 15 Powerball drawing and it came up a winner worth $2 million. Mallah, who'd lived in Little Rock while a client at World Services for the Blind picked up the symbolic check from the Arkansas Lottery today with his brothers, Ernie and Larry.

Jarod Varner resigning as head of Rock Region Metro

Jarod Varner, executive director of Rock Region Metro , the local bus/streetcar organization, is resigning effective Aug. 18 to take a regional vice president's job with a national transportation firm. He'll continue to live in North Little Rock as a regional vice president for Cincinnati-based First Transit.

Fayetteville hotel near Baum Stadium to debut $3 million upgrade on Aug. 8

The four-story hotel at 1577 W. 15th St., near Baum Stadium, was built in 2008 and is owned by Little Rock hotel management firm Beechwood Hospitality. Wally Allen is the managing partner.

North Little Rock crowd warms to tax-bump plan

North Little Rock Mayor Joe Smith talks about the need for a 1 percent sales tax during a public forum Thursday at the Patrick Hays Senior Citizens Center in North Little Rock. A special election for the tax increase will be Aug. 8, with early voting beginning Aug. 1. Mayor Joe Smith met with a group of senior citizens center members at midday Thursday who generally responded positively to his reasons for proposing a higher city sales tax in North Little Rock.

LR mayor unveils plan to quell violence

Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola speaks Thursday at City Hall about initiatives to curb violent crime, including hiring a public relations firm to help recruit police officers. Little Rock will enlist a public relations firm to help recruit police officers from other Arkansas agencies and will give those recruits a $10,000 signing bonus, Mayor Mark Stodola said Thursday while summarizing a strategy to make the city less violent.

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