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Cyclist recovering after deer collision


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV)- One month after colliding with a deer during the Big Dam Bridge 100, cyclist Peggy Muncy is recovering from her injuries.

"I never saw a deer. I have no memory of a deer whatsoever," Muncy recalled. "I don't think I hit the deer I think the deer hit me but the moral of the story is I believe you just have to wear a helmet."

Muncy's fellow riders and witnesses described what they saw about seven miles into the ride in between the Big Dam Bridge and Two Rivers Park. "From the right side brush and very tall grass a doe, pretty large probably 140-150 pounds, just shot out of the grass like a cannon," said Barry Hyde. "It ran into the side of Peggy's front wheel."

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Neighbors angry about proposed West Little Rock apartments


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – Developers have been eyeing vacant land on Kanis Road, and with three apartment complexes in the works, nearby residents and homeowners are unhappy.

"It's my understanding that we've got one under development here already, and then one more has been proposed further west down Kanis Road," said Jesse Munn with the Woodland's Edge Property Owner's Association.

He and fellow property owners are concerned about the effects new residential complexes could have on the area. Most importantly, more congestion, lower property values and a good deal of traffic.

Boo at the Zoo kicks off in Little Rock


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - The state's largest Halloween festival officially kicked off on Thursday night, however it was a private opening just for Arvest employees.

On Friday, the fun starts for everyone else. This year, the haunted train is back in operation.

There will also be rides, a haunted house and more.

General admission is $10, and you can get an all-inclusive armband for $20. Also, there is a $5 discount for zoo members.

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Today's Home: Fall party ideas


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - With the fall temperatures it's a great time to host your own get together.

Lifestyle expert Chris Olsen shows us how to have the perfect fall party in Today's Home. Watch the video to learn more!


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Buy a donut, support the Special Olympics


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - If you're an early riser, why not help out Special Olympics Arkansas this weekend?

On Saturday, Little Rock and North Little Rock police officers will be holding a fundraiser at the Krispy Kreme in Little Rock on South Shackleford Road.

The event is called 'Cops on Top,' meaning the officers will be on the roof of Krispy Kreme encouraging customers to donate.

The departments are raising money for the more than 14,000 Special Olympics athletes.

If you want to sleep in, you won't miss your chance. The officers will be there until 6 p.m.


AMHC announces funding up to $2,000 for health-related events

AMHC announces funding up to $2,000 for health-related events

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. --The Arkansas Minority Health Commission recognizes that improving minority health in Arkansas and the nation requires collaboration across many organizations. The Commission’s intent is to cooperate with community-based organizations, schools, faith-based organizations and others to address the health problems that effect minorities in Arkansas.

To help develop new and innovative approaches to promote health and prevent disease in communities, the Commission is offering up to $2,000 per organization in sponsorship, cost-reimbursement funding in a competitive application process.

Election issue: Raise the minimum wage?


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - In the November election, voters will decide whether to raise Arkansas' minimum wage from its current rate of $6.25/hour up to $8.50/hour by 2017. But while the measure appears widely popular in pre-election polls some experts say it will end up hurting the state's economy.

"We're optimistic at this point that, in two weeks as people go out to vote, they'll support this increase to give hard-working Arkansans a raise," said Stephen Copley, the man behind the effort to raise Arkansas' minimum wage. "As we've watched it and probably about three times tried to increase it, it just hasn't happened but people continue to fall further and further behind on the necessities of life so we felt like this was the time to go ahead and see if we couldn't get an increase."