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Victim identified in Little Rock homicide on E. Capitol Ave.


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – The Little Rock Police Department has announced that murder suspect has turned himself in.

Kevious "KeKe" Montrell Foster, 23, of Little Rock, had active warrants for first degree murder and first degree battery for a shooting that happened at 1901 E. Capitol Ave. According to Lt. Sidney Allen, the victim has been identified as LaDarrious Galbruth.

Police said Montrell also shot at his mother's house on Pinewood several hours after the incident on Capitol occurred.

He was reportedly banned from his last residence at Buffington Towers.

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Robinson Center renovations to close part of LaHarpe Blvd.


LITTLE ROCK (May 1, 2015) – Renovation work at Robinson Center Music Hall will require closing a portion of Highway 10 (LaHarpe Blvd.) in Little Rock, according to Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department (AHTD) officials.

The renovation work will require closing both eastbound lanes of Highway 10 (LaHarpe Blvd.) between Chester Street and the intersection of Markham St., President Clinton Avenue and Cumberland Street.

The eastbound lane closures will be Tuesday, May 5 through Friday, May 8, between 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., each day, weather permitting. Traffic will be controlled using barrels and warning signs.


Don't miss "I Love You But You're Sitting on My Cat" comedy at The Joint

Don't miss "I Love You But You're Sitting on My Cat" comedy at The Joint

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Central Arkansas' premier comedy company, The Main Thing, presents "I Love You, But You're Sitting On My Cat" every Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m., at The Joint Theater in downtown North Little Rock's historic Argenta Arts District.  

In this original comedy the Fertle Family from Dumpster, Arkansas, has fallen on hard times. The out-of-work kids have moved back home, and suddenly the Fertles are facing a financial emergency. So when the family comes up with a surefire method to win money gambling, they all take a bus trip to the glittering casinos of Oklahoma.

Animal Village to host Cats' Night Out


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (April 30, 2015)—Cat cafés, which have been a longstanding and popular tradition in Europe, are beginning to pop up in the United States. Beginning Thursday, May 7, Arkansas welcomes its very first cat café—now a part of the Little Rock Animal Village's (LRAV) bi-monthly Cats' Night Out.

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Little Rock reaches 10 murders for 2015


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- After two men were shot and killed only minutes apart on Wednesday, Little Rock has reached 10 murders for the year.

It's a considerable decrease from last year, but police are saying it's still too many.

"We don't believe that these homicides are random," said LRPD spokeswoman Cassandra Davis.

"My first thought was, oh boy the task force is going to have to address this," added UALR criminal justice professor Dr. Stacy Moak about Wednesday's killings. "Oftentimes in a homicide you can't predict it. It doesn't follow a predictable pattern."

Moak is a criminal justice professor at UALR as well as a member of Little Rock's crime prevention task force, and says looking at the numbers Little Rock is improving in its violent crimes, but not yet where it needs to be.

A Place to Call Home:16-year-old hopes for forever family after 22 foster homes


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Being a teenager is awkward at best. It's certainly the case for a 16- year-old foster child we recently met. The only difference is that he doesn't have a family to guide him through such a tough, yet formidable, time in his life.

Through THV11's partnership with the Arkansas Department of Human Services, we meet at young man whose greatest wish is a family to adopt him.

"My name's Johnathan and I'm 16 and I'm in the 10th grade…I've never been to a zoo in my life until today."

It may seem peculiar, a teenager never having stepped foot inside a zoo. Especially tough to believe watching Johnathan interact with the animals. Even while feeding a rhino, he seems right at home.

"I've been in 22 placements altogether."

Private option enrollment high among Arkansas parolees


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas prison and parole officials say about 70 percent of the state's more than 52,000 parolees and probationers have signed up for the state's compromise Medicaid expansion.

They told the Legislative Criminal and Justice Oversight Task Force on Thursday that enrollment in the 'private option' Medicaid program could reduce recidivism in the state's overcrowded prison system.

Republican state Sen. Jeremy Hutchinson chairs the task force and said providing medical insurance provides parolees and probationers with mental health or substance abuse treatment at lesser costs.

Hutchinson also asked the three insurance companies that provide plans under the Medicaid expansion program to examine a requirement regarding mental health and substance abuse treatment referrals in rural areas.