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My Town Hero: New program helps students transition into high school with mentor system

My Town Hero: New program helps students transition into high school with mentor system

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (KTHV) - The transition to high school can be an exciting time for some, but for others, it can be intimidating.
 
"There's a lot of kids, and the hallways are really crowded, so it was scary to me,” explained Tavonia Smith.

“It was a big change,” added Mondraul Jernigan. “At first I really didn't think it was going to be as hard as it was.”

Little Rock police searching for missing woman

Little Rock police searching for missing woman


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - According to police, Kelly Honeycutt, 43, was reported missing from her Little Rock home on Tuesday.

Honeycutt's boyfriend reported that she left her home on Tuesday and has not been heard from since.

She is 5'7" and 160 pounds. No information was provided about what she was wearing.

If you have any information on her whereabouts, please call (501) 371-4605.


Arkansas Blue Cross hosting "Boo with Blue" at Museum of Discovery

Arkansas Blue Cross hosting "Boo with Blue" at Museum of Discovery


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (October 1, 2014) — Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield is hosting a free "Boo with Blue" Halloween party from 6 to 9 p.m. on Friday, October 10. Participants are encouraged to come in a costume, ready to dance! "Boo with Blue" will feature a costume competition with prizes for the best costumes, trick-or-treating and a "Move More" dance party.

All Arkansas Blue Cross members will receive free admission to this kid-friendly party. If you don't carry Arkansas Blue Cross insurance, you can stop by ArkansasBlue, located in Little Rock, Pine Bluff or Hot Springs, to pick up free tickets while supplies last.

Arkansas Blue Cross hosting "Boo with Blue" at Museum of Discovery

Arkansas Blue Cross hosting "Boo with Blue" at Museum of Discovery


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (October 1, 2014) — Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield is hosting a free "Boo with Blue" Halloween party from 6 to 9 p.m. on Friday, October 10. Participants are encouraged to come in a costume, ready to dance! "Boo with Blue" will feature a costume competition with prizes for the best costumes, trick-or-treating and a "Move More" dance party.

All Arkansas Blue Cross members will receive free admission to this kid-friendly party. If you don't carry Arkansas Blue Cross insurance, you can stop by ArkansasBlue, located in Little Rock, Pine Bluff or Hot Springs, to pick up free tickets while supplies last.

Attorney general candidate responds to cancellation of her voter registration

Attorney general candidate responds to cancellation of her voter registration


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – Leslie Rutledge, a candidate for Arkansas Attorney General, had her voter's registration in Pulaski County canceled by the circuit clerk.

The County Clerk's office confirmed with THV11 News that her registration was canceled Wednesday.

County Clerk Larry Crane says Rutledge was registered to vote in Pulaski County, then moved to Washington D.C. where she registered to vote in that jurisdiction. Crane says when she moved back to Pulaski County, she used the wrong form to re-register to vote.

Rutledge released a statement early Thursday saying in part, "I am legally registered to vote in Pulaski County and have voted legally in four elections during the last 12 months."

Attorney general candidate responds to cancellation of her voter registration

Attorney general candidate responds to cancellation of her voter registration


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – Leslie Rutledge, a candidate for Arkansas Attorney General, had her voter's registration in Pulaski County canceled by the circuit clerk.

The County Clerk's office confirmed with THV11 News that her registration was canceled Wednesday.

County Clerk Larry Crane says Rutledge was registered to vote in Pulaski County, then moved to Washington D.C. where she registered to vote in that jurisdiction. Crane says when she moved back to Pulaski County, she used the wrong form to re-register to vote.

Rutledge released a statement early Thursday saying in part, "I am legally registered to vote in Pulaski County and have voted legally in four elections during the last 12 months."

What's next legally for suspect in murder of realtor?

What's next legally for suspect in murder of realtor?


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Earlier Tuesday morning, Arron Lewis freely spoke to media members as deputies led him to jail and later on to court. Now the question is, can anything he said be used in court?

Arron Lewis nods Tuesday morning acknowledging he would be willing to plead guilty. At this point, we are told he cannot.

"There may come a time when perhaps they will be some sort of plea bargaining where he may decide to plead guilty to capital murder in exchange for them not seeking the death penalty," said UALR Law Professor Felecia Epps.

Epps says if prosecutors seek the death penalty, there cannot be a guilty plea now.

"There actually has to be a trial," said Epps. "There actually has to be a sentencing hearing where the jurors decide if the death penalty is the appropriate sentencing."