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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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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.Bribe-taking judge starts prison term
Accompanied by his wife, Dawn, and his two sons, former Circuit Judge Michael Maggio arrives Wednesday at the federal courthouse in Little Rock, where he surrendered to U.S. marshals to begin serving a 10-year prison sentence for bribery. Maggio called it "a tough, tough day for me, my family, my friends, my supporters."EPA chief Pruitt in Arkansas pushing end to clean air and water rules
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt was in Little Rock today and touted his effort to loosen clean air and water rules at a meeting at the Don and Randal Tyson Conference Center at the Arkansas Poultry Federation. This was not a widely announced visit to the poultry lobby HQ.Little Rock native, a Senate candidate in Arizona, attacked for religion
Perhaps you've seen news stories this week about Republican U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona rising to give comfort to a potential Democratic opponent, Deedra Abboud, who's been subject to abuse because she's Muslim. Abboud is originally from Little but has lived in Arizona for 19 years.Something else for Little Rock to live down
LR NATIVE'S MESSAGING: John Bush, headed to a federal appeals court, used this illustration on his blog. It would seem to endorse the use of a weapon to respond to a minor property crime.Investigation Closed into Fire at Cotham's in Scott
Cotham's Mercantile and restaurant was still smoldering Tuesday, hours after crews responded to an overnight fire at the beloved landmark.Restaurant Transitions: Burger 21, Potbelly openings delayed;...
The target opening date has been pushed back a week, to July 31, for the first central Arkansas outlet of Burger 21 in the shopping center at 12319 Chenal Parkway, Little Rock.Carjacker shot in getaway try, LR officers say
Emergency personnel load a man into an ambulance at the scene of a shooting by a police officer on West Markham Street in west Little Rock on Wednesday afternoon. Police shot a suspect in a shoplifting Wednesday after he took a woman's car outside a Chick-fil-A restaurant in west Little Rock, according to the city's police chief.The midweek open line
With Little Rock homicides trending higher than recent years and still an absence of harges against shooters in the Prime Ultra Lounge gun battle and with 2018 an election year, Mayor Mark Stodola has scheduled a news conference tomorrow on violence reduction. Former Razorback basketball player Darrell Walker and his art collection get a mention in today's New York Times in an article about the rising profiles and prices of black artists.UALR artist Mia Hall is off to Penland
The Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina has announced the hiring of Mia Hall , of the Department of Art and Design at UA Little Rock, as its new director. Hall, who has served on the UALR faculty for 10 years and is interim department chair, is known locally for her sculptural work in exhibitions at the Arkansas Arts Center, UALR and Wildwood Park for the Arts, as well as in the Bernice Garden.Police investigate officer-involved shooting in area of west Little Rock restaurant
Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting in west Little Rock on Wednesday afternoon.Diana McDaniel Named Vice President of Operations at Arkansas Children's Northwest
In that role, she will be responsible for oversight and direction for operational, administrative and ancillary services at the hospital.
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