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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 BÃ©nard 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.
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:
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Army Corps issues small craft advisory
The Army Corps of Engineers issued a small craft advisory for the Arkansas River from Russellville downstream. During high flows, strong currents and large debris can threaten the safety of pleasure craft.Wind-turbine firm to expand Little Rock site
The market appears to be turning around for LM Wind Power, one of the leading wind-turbine manufacturers in the world, and its Little Rock operations. For the second time in less than 12 months, the company is expanding its operations in the Port of Little Rock industrial area with the construction of an $8.3 million "post mold facility" building, according to city documents.Little Rock cops and the homeless: A report to the city board
STREETSCAPE: This photo is part of a file prepared for the City Board on response to complaints about problems with the homeless attracted to a church at 1101 W. Markham. The Little Rock City Board got a report this week on a simmering dispute about a storefront church's evening meals for the homeless on W. Markham Street.Two more get prison for feeding program fraud
Two more people got prison sentences today for defrauding the state-run program that uses federal money to provide meals to poor children. Federal Judge Brian Miller sentenced Erica Warren, 38, of Little Rock and Alexis Young, 38, of Bryant, to 18 months in prison for mail fraud and ordered restitution of more than $250,000 for their participation in what, overall, was a multi-million-dollar scam involving many more players.Lynchings hidden in the history of the Hot Springs Confederate monument
Editor's note: A group has received a permit from the Hot Springs National Park Service to hold a rally in support of preserving Confederate monuments from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 18, on the Arlington Hotel lawn. Guy Lancaster sends along this piece about the dark history behind the Hot Springs monument the group wants to preserve.Hearne Family Clinic to start certifying patients for Arkansas medical marijuana cards
Hearne Family Clinic in Little Rock has announced that they are now certifying patients with qualifying conditions for Arkansas Medical Marijuana Cards. Patients will need a patient registry identification card to purchase medical marijuana when dispensaries are expected to open in February of 2018.LR, 2 PB charters win panel's favor
The state's Charter Authorizing Panel on Thursday gave preliminary approval to three open-enrollment charter school plans -- one in Little Rock and two in Pine Bluff -- bringing to five the number of new schools receiving panel support this week.Restaurant Review + Photos: Restaurant at Heights Corner Market in Little Rock hits, misses
A Vidalia onion and Meyer lemon sauce coats the bone-in pork chop, served with cannellini beans braised in Lost 40 Pale Ale and peppered bacon and broccoli rabb. With apologies to T.S. Eliot and J. Alfred Prufrock, there's a new chapter in the continuing saga of the restaurant space at 5018 Kavanaugh Blvd. in a Little Rock's Pulaski Heights.Arkansas has new supply of lethal drug; execution to be set
This undated photo provided by the Arkansas Department of Corrections shows Jack Greene. Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge asked Gov. Asa Hutchinson to schedule an execution for Greene, who was convicted in the 1991 killing of Sidney Jethro Burnett after Burnett and his wife accused Greene of arson.4 teens arrested after fleeing from vehicle in west Little Rock
Four teenagers were arrested early Wednesday after fleeing from a stolen vehicle in west Little Rock, according to arrest reports. The four, along with a fifth person, were taken into custody after they fled from the vehicle, which was suspected to have played a part in break-ins, according to one report.State Police respond to call for help on Little Rock streets
Though the Little Rock police announced stepped-up patrols to combat crime last night, the State Police had already responded to a call for help Monday. State Police spokesman Bill Sadler, in response to a question about the involvement of his agency mentioned in last night's release, said Police Chief Kenton Buckner had called State Police Director Bill Bryant Monday night and said he needed patrol help.State panel considering another Walton-backed charter school in Little Rock
The state charter school advisory panel, which has already this week approved two Walton Family Foundation- backed charter schools that will add more than 1,1000 school seats in the Little Rock School District, will consider another today. The Friendship private school management corporation, with schools in Baton Rouge, and Baltimore, wants to open a K-5 school that will eventually hold 600 students.Trial set for Little Rock woman accused of killing infant in crash where pickup hit home
A Little Rock woman accused of killing an infant in a November car crash is set to stand trial in December on a misdemeanor negligent homicide charge. Lucinda Edwards-Harris, 52, represented by attorney Lott Rolfe IV, made her first appearance in Pulaski County Circuit Court on Wednesday to enter an innocent plea to the charge, which carries a maximum sentence of a year in jail.Take yourself there: Mavis Staples coming to LR for Central High performance
Gospel and R&B singer and civil rights activist Mavis Staples , who has been inspiring fans with gospel-inflected freedom songs like "I'll Take You There" and "March Up Freedom's Highway" and the poignant "Oh What a Feeling" will come to Little Rock for the commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the desegregation of Central High. The Robinson Center concert starts at 7 p.m.; tickets are $45-$65.Hudson Cisne & Co. Acquires Newton Owen Boyd & Smoke
Hudson Cisne & Co. LLP of Little Rock said Wednesday that it has acquired Newton Owen Boyd & Smoke LTD of White Hall and Rogers.Free streetcar service extended through December
Rock Region Metro s ays it will extend free service on the River Rail streetcar lines through December Good idea. Here's the release: Based on the success of its Rock the Rails promotion, Rock Region METRO is extending its fare-free streetcar rides September-December to encourage riders to skip the hunt for parking during lunch breaks, special events and other downtown happenings.Georgia Mjartan to Leave Our House
Little Rock nonprofit Our House announced Monday that its longtime executive director, Georgia Mjartan, will resign effective Sept.
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