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Sherwood Neighborhood Watch Fair

Sherwood Neighborhood Watch Fair

SHERWOOD, Ark. (KTHV) - Sherwood officials are hosting a Neighborhood Watch Fair on February 23 at 6 p.m.

Several speakers from the Sherwood Police Department, Sherwood Fire Department and business in the city will be discussing safety with the residents in the area. 

Some of the topics they will be discussing will include:

-Gun Safety and permits

-Surveillance video and alarms

-Financial protection

-Home security

-Citizens Police Academy

There will be presentations, door prizes and refreshments at the fair. Organizers hope that the event will help those in the community learn how to make their home, car, valuables and most importantly their loved ones safer. 

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Benton police continue to make DWI arrests

Benton police continue to make DWI arrests

BENTON, Ark. (KTHV) - From February 1 to February 17, officers with the Benton Police Department have made 11 DWI arrests. 

As part of the "Be Someone's Sweetheart and Rethink Your Drink" initiative, Benton police are trying their best to keep intoxicated drivers off city streets. 

According to the Benton Police Department, every year, more than 10,322 people are killed by drunk drivers in America. In Arkansas in 2013, of the 499 fatality accidents, 41 percent – 203 fatality accidents - involved alcohol and/or drugs.

The most current arrests include:

West LR residents hope to halt new development


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – On Tuesday night, a hold on new apartment complexes in west Little Rock will be up for a hot debate.

The City Board will be discussing a moratorium that Brodie Creek and Woodland's Edge hopes to see passed.

Do your homework. That's the message the homeowners of two Little Rock subdivisions have for the Little Rock City Board of Directors.

On Tuesday, the board will discuss a resolution to put a one year hold on the development of an apartment complex in that area.

Doris Wright, the City Director of Ward 6, proposed the moratorium.

The land in question was rezoned by the Planning Commission from single-family to multi-family late last year at the request of the developer, Keith Richardson.

PTC Anthropology Club to host documentary screening

PTC Anthropology Club to host documentary screening

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Pulaski Technical College's Anthropology Club invites the community to watch a screening of the documentary "The Anthropologist" at noon on Friday, Feb. 19. 

The documentary is a follow-up to Seth Kramer, Daniel Miller, and Jeremy Newberger's Sundance Film Festival hit "The Linguist." The Anthropologist chronicles the lives of pioneer Margaret Mead and environmental anthropologist Susie Crate as told through the view of their respective daughters.

The 81-minute documentary premiered at the DOC NYC Film Festival in November and is currently screening at film festivals around the world.

The Little Rock screening will be in the Celebrity Chef Theater at the Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Institute located at 13000 Interstate 30.

The screening is free and open to the public.

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Schoolhouse Rock Live! coming to Ark. Arts Center Children's Theatre


 

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The Schoolhouse Rock cartoon may be decades old now, but this fresh, live-theatre adaptation will spark the wide-eyed wonder of new discovery in our youngest generation while inviting smiles of toe-tapping, lip-synching nostalgia from the rest of us. Get ready to relive those fun-filled afternoons in front of the TV; Schoolhouse Rock Live! is coming to the Arkansas Arts Center Children’s Theatre March 4-25.

Drain Smart seeks artists for 2nd year of art, conservation program


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (February 3, 2016)—A coalition of state and local agencies and non-profit organizations have announced the second year of Drain Smart, a public art program aimed at raising awareness, education and protection of local water resources.

“Public response to the first year Drain Smart murals that were painted in the River Market, South Main and War Memorial areas has been incredibly positive, and people are responding to the conservation message.  We are very excited to expand the project into new areas of the city this year,” said Dr. Dan Scheiman, bird conservation director for Audubon Arkansas.

Opening reception of "I Walked on Water to my Homeland"

Opening reception of "I Walked on Water to my Homeland"

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Join those at the Mosaic Templar on February 12 at 6 p.m., for the opening reception for "I Walked on Water to My Homeland" featuring works by Delita Martin.

"I Walked on Water to My Homeland" is a series of mixed media works that explore the power of the narrative impulse. These works capture oral traditions that are firmly based in factual events and bring them to life using layers of various printmaking, drawing, sewing, collage and printing techniques.