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Robin Williams movie marathon to be held at Riverdale 10

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - If you are looking for something to do after the holiday weekend, Riverdale 10 will be hosting a Robin Williams movie marathon day.

They'll be showing four movies on Sunday September 7th for $5 each.

They're also accepting donations for the American Foundation for Suicide prevention since World Suicide Prevention Day is September 10th.

The marathon will start with 'Flubber' at 2 p.m. on Sunday. 'Hook' starts at 4,'Mrs. Doubtfire' at 7, and 'Dead Poets Society' at 9:30.

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Lawsuit seeks to toss Arkansas alcohol proposal

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - A lawsuit has been filed asking the Arkansas Supreme Court to toss from the November ballot a proposal that would legalize alcohol sales in all of Arkansas' 75 counties.

The lawsuit filed late Friday afternoon on behalf of Citizens for Local Rights argues that the original submission of signatures on July 7 failed to meet a July 4 deadline to be submitted at least four months before the Nov. 4 election and that the ballot title is insufficient.

David Couch, organizer of the group sponsoring the proposal said July 4, a Friday, was a holiday, followed by the weekend. He said that Arkansas has allowed submissions to be made on the first business day following a holiday or a weekend.

Young woman dies in hit-and-run; suspect arrested

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – Around 6 p.m. on Thursday, the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office arrested Deonte Jones for the death of a 22-year-old.

Jones is reportedly charged with capital murder, leaving the scene of a fatal accident, delivery of a controlled substance, and fleeing. He has no bond.

Authorities said Heather Cater of Traskwood was hit and killed by an alleged stolen vehicle Wednesday evening.

"I saw this young lady step over the median between the two parking areas in the main parking lot and I thought, 'Oh my God, they're going to hit the girl'," said Tim Lamb, a witness who works nearby.

In the fatal accident report released by Lt. Sidney Allen with the Little Rock Police Department, Pulaski County Sheriff's deputies were at the Walgreens on S. University Blvd. in pursuit of a suspect in a reported stolen vehicle.

Food Truck Friday kicks off in downtown Little Rock


While showers may have broken out in central Arkansas Friday, the rain didn
t stop people from visiting an array of food trucks in downtown Little Rock.

This Friday officially kicked off the fall start to Food Truck Fridays

Downtown, which began four years ago to help bring life to Main Street. It can be a great place to pick up lunch especially if you
re working in the area.

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Willow Creek tenants to leave homes behind by 5 p.m. on judge's orders

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – After a judge ruled that the Willow Creek Apartments on Geyer Springs Road should be closed immediately, the complex's tenants are preparing to leave if they haven't moved out already.

City leaders previously cited the property with more than 250 municipal code violation, and more than 100 of those were considered life safety issues. The 48 units were declared unsafe, and the people who lived there were ordered to vacate by 5 p.m. on September 5.

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Little Rock elementary school raises money for Arkansas Food Bank

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – On Friday, students from McDermott Elementary School in Little Rock wore orange to raise money for the Arkansas Food Bank.

According to Principal Scott Morgan, the youngsters were tasked with wearing orange to school today and bringing a dollar to donate. Morgan told THV11 that the goal for the students and staff was $100, which he confirmed was met and passed.

Morgan said that the $100 goal would provide 400 meals to those in need.


Request for west Little Rock gas station headed to full city board

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – An official with the City of Little Rock tells THV11 a request for a new gas station in west Little Rock has been approved.

According to Luis Gonzales, spokesperson for the city, on Thursday night, a planning commission approved a request for a Murphy Gas Station at Taylor Loop and Cantrell Road.

The proposal will now go before the full city board.