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Little Rock Family on Today's THV at 5: Halloween Fun

Big Boo!-seum Bash

Downtown Little Rock

Thursday, Oct. 28, 6 - 8:30 p.m.

Tours start at Dreamland Ballroom

Kerry McCoy is the Founder of Dreamland Ballroom. She says, "When Arkansas Flag and Banner first moved in here in 1992, my employees remember hearing some footsteps, it was a long time ago, but we still think there could be some ghosts lurking around here."

The event is known as the Spirits at Dreamland. Attendees were able to walk through the ballroom in search of paranormal activity. They were also treated to a haunted history lesson of the venue.

Donations from the event will go towards the restoration of the ballroom that has a long history involving musical greats like Ray Charles, Louis Armstrong and even B.B. King.

Storm damage reports

Reports of trees down in Lawson and Chicot Road on the Pulaski and Saline County line.

Reports of damage in the Arch Street area off of Pratt Road.

Reports of damage off Roosevelt Rd. and Spring Street.

Boo at the Zoo is cancelled tonight due to the storms.

E-mail us your storm pictures to news@todaysthv.com.

5:37 Update: There are no tornado warnings. However, strong storms continue mainly in southern Arkansas.

Stay with todaysthv.com and Today's THV for the latest weather developments.

New health care clinic helps the working poor in Southwest Little Rock

The vision for a one day a week clinic to help the working poor has been years in the making. The Esperanza or Hope Clinic will open November 11th and expects to serve more than 25 patients weekly.

While final touches are going up, volunteers and supporters from the community and six area churches make their way into the open house for Esperanza, or Hope Clinic.

The goal is to reach the diverse group of residents in the 72209 zip code, where the demand is great, but anyone is welcome.

Dr. Douglas Blackall is the Medical Director. He says, "We label this not as a free clinic, but as an affordable clinic. It's really affordable, costing patients $5 per visit. That will keep the lights on in the clinic and help patients be tied into the care they are given."

20 computers stolen from Parkview high school

Little Rock police say the burglars got into the school at about 1 a.m. Monday, first cutting wires to the school's alarm system. The culprit also flipped the breakers to cut electricity to part of the school.

The thieves did other damage too, breaking a couple of windows. Police estimated the value of the computers at $20,000. No arrests have been made.

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Forest Park Elementary recognized for high test scores

These awards were given from the University of Arkansas, Office of Education Policy Department, based on Forest Park test scores on the Arkansas Benchmark Exam in comparison to 511 public elementary schools in the state of Arkansas.

Forest Park received awards for the following categories: