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"Pope Francis House" to be dedicated on Saturday


Habitat for Humanity of Pulaski County, Catholic Charities of Arkansas, and the Little Rock Diocese will honor Pope Francis during his visit to the U.S. with a traditional home dedication ceremony. The “Pope Francis House” is located at 5608 Geyer Springs Rd. and is being funded by an anonymous donor and matching funds from CHI St. Vincent.

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LR police turning to community to help stop violence

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - As Little Rock reaches two dozen homicides for the year, police are concerned that violence is getting out of hand. Now, they are turning to the community with a plea to bring it to an end.

The two most recent homicides have happened within the past 72 hours, and Little Rock police say they can't eliminate this problem alone.

"I got a call at 12:46." A 38-year-old Little Rock man was shot and killed.

"You just wake up and say the same song, just a different version," said Reverend Benny Johnson.

This most recent murder that happened near W 19th Street and MLK Drive makes the 24th for the city.

Hillary Clinton makes 2nd campaign stop in Little Rock

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Hundreds gathered to see Clinton on her second campaign stop to the Natural State. Advertised as a grassroots meeting for the campaign, it looked more like a rally for Arkansans.

"When I'm president, Arkansas will be on my mind every chance I can," Clinton said.

Last fall, an overwhelming majority of Republicans took state office. But back in 2008, Hillary Clinton defeated Barack Obama in the Democratic Primary. Next March, she hopes to do it again. In the Sherman E. Tate Recreation Center at Philander Smith College, she took the stage to speak about her platform, in a city she once called home.

"What are you going to tell the three million young people who are now getting insurance because they can stay on their parents' plans until they turn 26?" she asked the crowd.

Outlets of Little Rock to host charity event

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Sept. 21, 2015) – Outlets of Little Rock will host a sneak peek shopping night Thursday, Oct. 15, the night before the grand opening.

The "Open Doors. Open Hearts" Charity Preview Night will provide guests an exclusive first look at the new 325,000-square-foot open air outlet center with an evening of shopping, savings, prize giveaways, entertainment and more.

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Now you can brunch like the royals at Castle on Stagecoach

Now you can brunch like the royals at Castle on Stagecoach

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - A restaurant in Little Rock is allowing the public to travel back in time for a brunch with royalty. 

Nestled on 100 acres of land on Stagecoach Road in Little Rock sits a castle fit for a queen or king and now, open to the public for events. The Castle on Stagecoach has been offering the venue for rentals suitable for all types of events including weddings, corporate parties, bridal showers, holiday dinners and so much more.  

The owners decided it was time to start a monthly event in an effort to allow anyone in the public to come enjoy a champagne brunch, tour of the grounds and enjoy live music.

"The food and experience is wonderful.  Everyone should experience this," said guest, Rance Golden.

Parks and Recreation improving city trails

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Little Rock Parks and Recreation has been working to develop a better, safer trail system for riders, runners and walkers.

It'll be awhile until it's all complete, but recently they've made some big headway.

"A traffic heavy part of town that's not designed for pedestrian use, so the Rock Creek Trail is very valuable," said Brian Sieczkowski, the president of the Little Rock Road Runners Club.

He says the trail system is consistently getting better in Little Rock.

"I think it will just continue to gain momentum," said Sieczkowski.

The Rock Creek Trail is Parks and Recreations completion for their improvement projects.

"My hope is that everything is pretty much stable and stays where it is," said Mark Webre, with the city's Parks and Recreation Department.

Chelsea Clinton inspires Little Rock students

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Chelsea Clinton made a stop in her hometown of Little Rock on Friday.

A thunderous applause welcomed the former first daughter back to the same school she once attended.

Speaking in front of a full auditorium at Horace Mann Middle School, she spread a motivational message, encouraging young people to become more politically and socially engaged.

"It's so important that young people are engaged in the political process because ultimately younger people are going to live in the world for longer. Young people have even more of a stake in our future than older people do," said Clinton.

In a one-on-one interview with THV11, she discussed her unique political experience growing up the White House. She shared her thoughts on what many are calling a "political circus" in the upcoming presidential race, and what she hopes young people will take away.