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LRPD encouraging use of online "Report It" service


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Little Rock Police are encouraging the community to use a free online system to help keep track of personal property.

"Report It" is a free, secure online service that records serial numbers and uploads images for valuables.

So if they end up getting stolen, LRPD already has information to identify it.

You can access the site here.


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ARVets, Arvest join forces for Veterans Day event


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - ARVets, a nonprofit group dedicated to improving the lives of veterans and their families, is joining forces with Arvest Bank to host Veterans Day cookouts at some of it banking locations in Arkansas.

Cookouts are planned on Tuesday at Arvest bank locations in Little Rock, Jacksonville, Conway and Hot Springs Village.

ARVets CEO Nicole Hart says that although the organizations have different missions, they have similar names and a shared commitment to bettering people's lives. Hart says ARVets and Arvest Bank are dedicated to supporting the veterans' community in Arkansas.

MUST WATCH: Museum of Discovery director makes awesome appearance on Tonight Show


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – As you might remember, Museum of Discovery director Kevin Delaney made an appearance on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' earlier in the year and made quite an impact on the show's host. Delaney appeared again Friday night with more science demonstrations.

Check out the video below. If you can't see it, you can also watch the video at this link: http://on.kthv.com/1uabuko

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"Deer widows" spend hunting season at home


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV)- Deer hunting is known as one of Arkansas' biggest hobbies but often we forget about those who support it from home.

They're called Deer Widows, spouses who stay home while their significant other is hunting deer, and for many spouses it's also an opportunity to get a break from everyday life. "I always love it when he takes a couple of the kids," Haven Pearce told THV. "That gives me a little more 'me' time."

Some businesses like Cajun's Wharf host special ladies' night events specifically for deer season. On Saturday, they'll welcome women for the first annual Deer Widow Party from 6-9 p.m. "I think it's just been going on for a while," said bar manager Allison Wood. "Finally everyone's starting to capitalize on it and realize that you can make something out of it."

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Little Rock runner dies after marathon


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV)- The community of runners in Little Rock will have a tough time preparing for December's Three Bridges Marathon. Jacob Wells, a well-known runner died after collapsing during a marathon in Wynne last weekend.

Friends who used to run with Wells are still processing the tragic event. "It was like my breath had been taken away," said Annette Blanton. "All of us have had trouble breathing in one way or another since it happened."

Jacob Wells was a 45 year-old father of three. The Little Rock resident was involved with anything that had to do with running. He had run 146 marathons in his life and hundreds of other races across the country.

Arkansas ranks high in stilettos by state study


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - When it comes to heels, a new study shows Arkansas women like to go sky high. The online retailer, Gilt, ranked the average height of high heels by state, and Arkansas placed in the top four.

The study also ranked Puerto Rico. The average heel height there was the highest at 2.87 inches, followed by Nevada, Florida and Arkansas. States considered, more fashion forward like New York and California fell short of Arkansas, and women in the south know why.

"Probably the first memory I have is walking around the house in my mom's high heel shoes," said Mallory Rogers.

Each heel holds a special place in a woman's heart.

"My favorite pair right now is the pair I bought for my wedding," said Sheryl Bragg.

They sparkle and shine, and at about three inches, Sheryl Bragg says they are a bit low for her.

Toys 'R' Us to open on Thanksgiving Day


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Black Friday sales are starting at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving at some retailers this year.

But other stores jumping on the competition. Toys R' Us will be opening at 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving.

They'll stay open for 30 straight hours until 11 p.m. Friday night.

If you'd prefer to get your shopping done before sitting down for turkey and stuffing, K-Mart will be opening at 6 a.m. on Thanksgiving.