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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
Towns/Cities near little rock, arkansas : Capital View College Station Sweet Home South End Cammack Village Boyle Park West Markham Douglas Corner Parkers-Iron Springs Shannon Hills

Little Rock News
Man stabbed, truck stolen in North Little Rock robbery, officials say

A 49-year-old man told Pulaski County deputies that he was stabbed during a robbery Saturday evening, authorities said. Pulaski County deputies were dispatched at 6:08 p.m. to 9513 MacArthur Drive in North Little Rock for a report of a battery, according to a report.

Little Rock hotel's fire alarms cause distress, resident's suit says

The Little Rock Fire Department responded to more than 500 alarms set off in the Albert Pike Hotel in downtown Little Rock since 2015, and more than 50 percent of those calls were because of unintentional smoke detector activation. Several times a week the alarms send the city's fire engines blazing down Scott Street to the historic 10-story high rise.

Facing aid loss, county district to cut expenses

The Pulaski County Special School District -- the recipient of millions in state desegregation aid for nearly three decades -- is being transformed in its finances and programs to operate like most other districts. "We're trying to look at how we can be more efficient," Superintendent Jerry Guess said in describing revenue and cost projections for the 2017-18 school year that are nearly $30 million less than this year's amounts.

Hive Chef Matthew McClure Sees Opportunity in Having a Full Plate

Matthew McClure, 37, became executive chef at The Hive in the 21c Museum Hotel in Bentonville in July 2012 after five years as sous-chef at Ashley's at the Capital Hotel in Little Rock.

Kristin Allison Lewis

"It was really only when I was on the plane that it kind of hit me, and I began to cry:'Oh my gosh, I'm on my way to La Scala! This is incredible!'" - Kristin Allison Lewis "I was encouraged and supported and surrounded by so much love and nurture that I never had a doubt that I could make it. I had fear, of course, but I... The Little Rock native and University of Central Arkansas alumna has been taking Europe by storm in the signature title role of Giuseppe Verdi's tragic opera Aida .

Where the ivy twines

The 22nd annual Ivy Ball, themed A Timeless Evening of Elegance, took place Feb. 11 at the Embassy Suites Little Rock.

Shooting near Little Rock Walgreens injures 1; robbery eyed as motive

Police were searching for a man involved in a shooting that occurred Saturday afternoon near a Walgreens at the intersection of Geyer Springs Road and Baseline Road in Little Rock. Police were dispatched to the scene just after 1 p.m. and found the victim bleeding from a gunshot wound in his upper torso.

Arkansan gets big car treatment

COMMAND PERFORMANCE: ABC's Good Morning America really, really wants Arkansas native and Little Rock resident Raye Montague to appear on the show tomorrow -- so much so that when the 82-year-old's son David told the show's producers that Montague's health prevents her from flying, they offered to send a chauffeured limo to pick her ... (more)

Trial reset in lawsuit over fatal police shots

A jury trial to determine whether a former Little Rock police officer violated the constitutional rights of a 15-year-old boy he shot and killed in 2012, while investigating car break-ins outside an apartment complex, has been postponed until April 3.

Project aims to cut wrong-way driving

A $3.1 million project aimed at reducing wrong-way crashes on Arkansas freeways has finally been given the go-ahead. The work focuses on installing warning signs and markings with better visibility on the freeway system's 351 off-ramps, 20 percent of which are on Pulaski County freeways.

2 bills focus on sewage plants

Legislation filed this week would require new nonmunicipal wastewater treatment plant owners to pay more funds into the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality's trust fund for emergency plant repairs. House Bill 1550, sponsored by Rep. Andy Davis, R-Little Rock, would alter a bill that Davis, a wastewater plant operator, sponsored in 2015 that reduced the financial assurance required of such plants.

Build smart cars, not wider highways

The galloping advance of technology contributes another point to ponder in the battle against the Arkansas Freeway Department's determination to build ever wider freeways, regardless of the damage they add to already concrete-gulched cities like Little Rock. See the jillion-dollar 30 Crossing project.

UA's Walton School eyes downtown location for executive ed program

The Walton College of Business is working to expand its executive education by opening an office in downtown Little Rock that would offer non-degree programs to the health, banking and finance and retail industries in Central Arkansas, the school confirmed today. Brent Williams , associate dean for executive education and outreach, has been meeting with major employers and potential partners assessing need and how the school may "bring the right resources to Central Arkansas."

Protests targeted by new legislation

Republican Rep. Kim Hammer of Benton filed legislation today to increase penalties for those who block roadways in the course of protests. The bill sets out a range of penalties for such things as obstructing emergency workers or being armed in the course of a protest.

Trump reported to mull use of National Guard for immigrant crackdown in 11 states, incouding A

If every one of the 100,000 Guardsmen arrests and deports about 100 undocumented immigrants, the streets will be cleared of them, along with many businesses, farms, schools and so on. CHURCH FEARS: Pastor Mark D'Ymaz fears churches with large numbers of immigrant will be targetrs of opportunity for federal enforcement efforts.

Benton man gets 17 years in prison in nude-photos case

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - A Benton man has been sentenced to 17 years in prison after admitting he created fake online personas to trick girls and women into sending him nude photos of themselves.

Rock Capital to Develop $16M-$17M Downtown Little Rock Hotel

A rendering of improvements to the Hall and Davidson buildings at 201-215 W. Capitol Ave. Rock Capital Real Estate of Little Rock on Friday said it is buying the historic Hall and Davidson buildings at 201-215 W. Capitol Ave. with plans to develop a boutique hotel.

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