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Little Rock police to encrypt radio frequencies

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Soon, police in Little Rock will be the only ones who can hear their scanner traffic, as its radio frequencies will be encrypted. Here's a look at a document released by Lt. Sidney Allen with LRPD:

On Monday, July 28, 2014, the Little Rock Police Department began the process of encrypting its radio frequencies. This process is expected to take approximately one week and should be completed on Friday, August 1, 2014.

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'Southern Living' names SoMa next great neighborhood

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Southern Living magazine reports the "Next Great Neighborhood" in Little Rock is the developing South Main area.


outhern Living reports
the constant growing of the area is why it made it on their list. They also site different businesses and establishments that people can enjoy like Community Bakery, Boulevard Bread Company, and the Esse Purse Museum.

Several shots fired during road rage incident

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – Several shots rang out after an accident in the Riverdale area, said police.

Lt. Sidney Allen said that around 7 p.m., two vehicles collided around the area of Rebsamen Park Road and Riverdale Road.

According to the incident report, one of the drivers told police a vehicle pulled out in front of his, and the front of his car hit the suspect's car.

The victim then told police he saw the passenger pull out a gun and fire several shots toward his car.

No injuries have been reported, and no suspects are in custody.

Police: Woman shot to death outside of Little Rock home

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Little Rock Police are investigating a shooting that occurred just after 9:30 p.m. Saturday night.

Officers told THV11 that they arrived to a shooting call somewhere on West 11th Street to find Tanuyna Wilson lying on the ground in front of a house; she was taken to a hospital where she was later pronounced dead.

Investigators added that witnesses in the area said they heard two shots, a woman scream, and watched a man run north on Oak Street.

Anyone with information on this shooting is asked to call Little Rock Police at (501) 371-4621.

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UPDATE: Police release more details on Walgreens armed robbery

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – The Walgreens on 3901 W. Markham St. was robbed Friday morning.

Lt. Sidney Allen with LRPD said shortly after 11:30 a.m. a man armed with a gun entered the store, pointed the gun at the manager's face, and then fled on foot southbound on Pine Street.


Yard, rummage, and garage sale listings for central Arkansas

Yard, rummage, and garage sale listings for central Arkansas

The following is a list of yard sale locations in the central Arkansas area:


  • 1131 James Drive

Aug 9-10; 8 am til late; Multi Family Yard Sale-  some furniture, clothes, knick-knacks, housewares and more


Having a yard/rummage/garage sale? We want to help!

Send the following to information to ageswein@thv11.com, and we’ll post it for free! ***We will need at least two days notice on all posts!

  • Date
  • Time
  • Location
  • Items you’ll be selling

Once sale information starts coming in, we’ll share the details with your community on THV11 in My Town, and keep the pages running until yard sale season is over.

College-going rate up 1.4 percent; AHECB approves several new programs

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (ADHE) – The Arkansas Higher Education Coordinating Board approved Friday the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine program offered by the New York Institute of Technology on the campus of Arkansas State University in Jonesboro. The program will enroll up to 115 students per year beginning in August 2016.

The Coordinating Board granted approval for institutional planning and development for the establishment of a new medical school in Fort Smith known as the Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine. Once the College has AHECB final approval, the first students will enroll in the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine beginning in August 2016.

Officials from both programs were on hand to address the need that more doctors of osteopathic medicine would fill in the state for general practitioners.

Other new programs approved by the board: