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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
Federal agency has state gun crimes in sights; 39 indictments recorded in June

June has been an especially busy month for the U.S. attorney's office in Little Rock, as law enforcement officers and federal prosecutors followed through on promises made earlier this year to step up prosecutions of drug and gun crimes in the Eastern District of Arkansas.

No Small Talk, Ep 21: Nate Powell

This week, we sit down with National Book Award-winning comic book artist Nate Powell and talk about his work on the "March" trilogy, 90s-era Little Rock punk and Powell's forthcoming graphic novel, "Come Again." But first, a bit of entertainment news: Magic Cropdusters has a new EP , "Snowfall."

Little Rock Port Employee Killed in Train-Semi Collision

Authorities say a Little Rock Port Authority employee was killed when a train crushed him after it collided with a semi.

Stone finishes top 5 at Miss Arkansas

Arkansas Tech University student Kelsey Stone finished as fourth runner-up during the 2018 Miss Arkansas Scholarship Pageant at Robinson Center Auditorium in Little Rock on Saturday, June 16. By finishing fifth, Stone earned a $5,000 scholarship. She was also named Miss Congeniality for the 2018 Miss Arkansas Scholarship Pageant during the final night of competition.

Lawmaker wants to add SROs to all public school campuses

LITTLE ROCK, AR - A Northeast Arkansas lawmaker wants to require all public schools in the state to have at least one school resource officer on campus. According to Little Rock ABC affiliate KATV , Rep. Scott Baltz said protecting children is his number one priority.

Arkansan's lifelong Tarzan obsession compiled into set of 4 books

Michael Tierney, owner of Collector's Edition Comics in North Little Rock and The Comic Book Store in Little Rock, shows off his four-volume Edgar Rice Burroughs 100 Year Art Chronology. "I was in the hospital for like a year," says Tierney, now 62. "When I got out, I read everything I could get my hands on."

Children in crisis: The clergy weigh in

The Catholic bishop of Arkansas and a group of faith leaders, Faith Voices Arkansas, have called for an end to the Trump policy of separating children from parents at the border. Bishop Anthony Taylor o f the Diocese of Little Rock said the separations should end.

New episode of Rock the Culture podcast: "New Schools, Old Books"

In this week's episode, we provide perspective and conversation on the Pulaski County Special School District's vote against purchasing updated science textbooks, proposal for new charter school in Little Rock, and the Dunbar Community Center Semi-Pro Basketball League. We also discuss the importance and impact of one-on-one mentoring with Chrissy Chatham, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arkansas.

Anti-poverty rallies in Little Rock lead to 28 arrests in 6 weeks

Authorities made nearly 30 arrests of protesters with the Arkansas Poor People's Campaign over six weeks of events marking the revival of a movement launched by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in 1968.

VA launches investigation into impaired Arkansas pathologist

By HANNAH GRABENSTEIN Associated Press LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Federal officials say a pathologist fired from an Arkansas veterans hospital for being "impaired on duty" misdiagnosed seven cases and more than 30,000 additional cases are being reviewed.

How the Koch Brothers Are Killing Public Transit Projects Around the Country

A team of political activists huddled at a Hardee's one rainy Saturday, wolfing down a breakfast of biscuits and gravy. Then they descended on Antioch, a quiet Nashville suburb, armed with iPads full of voter data and a fiery script.

Judge again stops enforcement of state anti-abortion law

Federal Judge Kristine Baker has again temporarily stopped Arkansas from enforcing a law that ended medical abortions in Arkansas. She says Planned Parenthood of the Great Plains, which operates clinics in Little Rock and Fayetteville, has demonstrated a likelihood to succeed with its argument that an Arkansas law presents an undue burden to women's legal access to abortions in Arkansas and did little for the state.

Photo Flash: Little Rock Celebrates Opening Night Off-Broadway

Little Rock recently celebrated their official opening night at The Sheen Center, check out the photos below! Six of the surviving members of "The Little Rock Nine". In addition, the Mayor's Office proclaimed Thursday, June 14 as "Little Rock Day" and Carla Hoke-Miller was on hand at the top of the show to read the Proclamation from the stage.

Taylor & Taylor Sues a Rival: Taylor & Taylor

The husband-and-wife lawyers operate the Taylor & Taylor law firm of Little Rock and sued a Benton law firm with the same name in an attempt to get it to stop using the name and similar logo.

Freedom of choice: A new force for segregation in schools

An in-depth report here on evidence of segregation in charter schools from the nonpartisan Hechinger Report . Some of the tactics that lead to segregation are worse than others.

Crime in LR rises 1.1% in '17

Though 2017 was a violent year for Little Rock, police data show crime in the city overall was still low compared with the past three decades. Police data show the number of criminal offenses rose 1.1 percent last year from the 16,906 offenses recorded in 2016.

Margaret Cecilia Baldridge Smith - Booth McGregor Owens

Margaret Cecilia Baldridge Smith and Booth McGregor Owens exchanged marriage vows at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, June 9, at Pleasant Valley Country Club. The Rev.

Issue 1: An opponent issues a challenge

Brad Hendricks, a Little Rock lawyer who's contributed $500,000 to efforts to defeat Issue 1 , the negligent nursing home protection amendment, has an offer of interest on his law firm's Facebook page. It responds to some talking points by the corporate voices spending millions to pass Issue 1, which would seize control rule-making for a corruptible legislature; limit attorney fees; devalue human life, and wreck jury trial guarantees for the wrongs of negligent nursing home, say the amendment would end "frivolous lawsuits."

The Cheech and Chong Memorial Open line

Here's your Sunday open line, along with news of a Little Rock police marijuana arrest. Presumably, this one wouldn't fall under the proposed marijuana de-emphasis policy under consideration by the City Board.

Mass a-peel

Partygoers enjoyed all-you-can eat crawfish and a view of the Arkansas River and the Little Rock skyline at the Shuckin' for Shelter Crawfish Boil on June 7. The inaugural mudbug fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity of Central Arkansas was held at the River House in North Little Rock.

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