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LRFW 6 announced to the world!

LRFW 6 announced to the world!

LITTLE ROCK,  Ark.   - Little Rock Fashion Week (LRFW) 2014 will present its unique brand of fashion production to world from July 14th through July 19th. Founder and executive producer Brandon D. Campbell has quenched Arkansas’ yearning for fashion ever since 2009 with the first ever LRFW. The third week of every July is set aside by the state to showcase high fashion, designers, models, make-up and hair artistry and promote the state’s booming fashion scene. 


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Sign installation requires overnight lane closure on I-630 in Little Rock

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AHTD) - Sign installation will require an overnight lane closure on Interstate 630 in Little Rock, according to Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department (AHTD) officials.

Crews will install overhead signs. The work will require closing a lane on I-630 westbound from the I-430 northbound off ramp to the I-430 overpass.

The lane closure will be Thursday night, July 10th through Friday morning, July 11th, between 10:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m., weather permitting. Traffic will be controlled using barrels and warning signs.

Police: Teen attacked by peers during her birthday party

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – Little Rock Police said a teen was apparently attacked by a small group of her peers during her own birthday party on Friday.

According to Lt. Sidney Allen, police were called to Chili's on Rodney Parham Road around 10 p.m. in reference to a fight. Allen said police questioned a man who was seen pushing several younger girls away inside; he apparently told them that he was celebrating his daughter's 18th birthday at the restaurant when a group of teenage girls grabbed his daughter by the hair and started hitting her.

In a police report, the man testified that he refused to sit aside and let someone else harm his daughter, so he jumped up to defend her and break up the fight by pushing them away from her.

Sign-hanging, island building closing lanes in LR

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Road crews building traffic islands and hanging signs will close lanes at Little Rock's Big Rock interchange next week.

The state Highway and Transportation Department said Friday that the eastbound lane of Financial Center Parkway from Hermitage Road to Interstate 630 will be closed so crews can build traffic islands amid a construction project. Work will take place next Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Next Tuesday night, a westbound lane of Interstate 630 will be closed near its intersection with Interstate 430 so crews can hang overhead signs.

The Big Rock Interchange in west Little Rock is the state's busiest intersection. It received its name from a rock outcropping uncovered in early stages of construction.

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My Town Hero nomination: Maria Harris

My Town Hero nomination: Maria Harris

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – Patricia Downes has entered a My Town Hero nomination for her late mother, Maria Harris.

Downes said her mother immigrated to the US from Dusseldorf, Germany, after surviving World War II. She married Downes’ father, who happened to be an American soldier; she met him while working on the American Military Base in the Base Exchange.

Because of her father’s profession as a soldier, Downes’ mother was left to care for her children in foreign country on her own on several occasions and for lengthy periods of time.

“We never had a lot of money, but she made sure we were well fed and clothed,” said Downes. “She struggled with health issues, but you never knew how much pain she was in. I hope that I can age as gracefully as she did.”

Oncethe family moved to the Ozarks, Harris apparently fell in love because they reminded her of her home that she had to leave behind.


LRFW & LR Zoo to host For Kids by Kids show

LRFW & LR Zoo to host For Kids by Kids show

LITTLE ROCK, ARK. (July 2, 2014) – The Little Rock Zoo is excited to announce that it will host the For Kids by Kids (FKBK) fashion show during the upcoming Little Rock Fashion Week on Wednesday, July 16, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. in Café Africa.  

Created by LRFW founder Brandon D. Campbell, FKBK will showcase some of the hottest kid’s fashions from Belk, The Toggery and artistic fashion by kids from the Hillary Clinton Children’s Library for the upcoming season.  The third annual FKBK is appropriate for kids and adults, alike. The event benefits both the Zoo and LRFW’s new scholarship not-for-profit Oneofakind Fashionment Foundation (O.F.F.). In addition to the fashion showcase, guest will be able to enjoy live entertainment and food.

Reward offered in death of endangered terns

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - A reward is being offered for information on the deaths of several Interior least terns found on a small island in the Arkansas River.

Least terns are protected by federal and state endangered species regulations.

The endangered birds are found anywhere along the Arkansas River, from the Oklahoma state line to the Mississippi River. Their main nesting area is a section of the river from Clarksville downstream to Pine Bluff.

A reward of up to $8,500 is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the deaths.

The reward is being offered by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, The Humane Society of the United States and the Humane Society Wildlife Land Trust.