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One dead after motorcycle versus trailer truck accident

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – On Monday afternoon around 1 p.m., officers were dispatched to a motorcycle versus trailer truck accident in Little Rock.

Upon arrival, officers discovered that the driver of the motorcycle was deceased and an accident reconstructionist was requested.

Witnesses stated the motorcyclist was traveling east bound on Sloane when it struck the cab compartment of the truck that was turning south bound.

More information will be added to this story as they become available.

Free adult computer classes scheduled for Little Rock

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – Connect Arkansas, a project of Arkansas Capital Corporation, announced on Friday that free adult digital literacy classes will be held at the Fletcher Library in Little Rock.

Each class will last one hour, and Computer and Internet FAQ classes will be held at 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m., and 3 p.m. on July 25. There is a limit of five students for each one hour class, and each student is provided with a computer. To sign up for a class, prospective students should contact Felicia at 501-663-5457.

Connect Arkansas received federal stimulus grants to increase Internet awareness, education and use in Arkansas. As part of that grant, Connect Arkansas launched the Adult Digital Literacy Program. More than 60 classes are scheduled for July throughout Arkansas.

Court denies bid for new death penalty hearing in laundry mat killing

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas' highest court has denied a bid to reopen the case of a death row inmate convicted of a 1993 killing at a Little Rock laundry.

The state Supreme Court on Thursday denied Terrick Nooner's request to vacate his death sentence and order a new sentencing hearing in his capital murder conviction for the killing of Scot Stobaugh. Nooner's attorneys had argued for the new sentencing hearing on grounds the jury didn't consider evidence that he had a troubled childhood.

His attorneys also argued that the jury was incorrectly instructed to evaluate mitigating circumstances only if they existed at the time of the murder.

Justices ruled that Nooner hadn't demonstrated extraordinary circumstances to justify reopening the case for a new sentencing hearing.

Little Rock to host energy efficiency conference

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas' capital city has been chosen to host the 2015 American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy's National Conference on Energy Efficiency as a Resource.

The conference is planned in Little Rock on Sept. 20-22, 2015. It's considered the country's premier conference on the role of energy efficiency as a utility system resource.

More than 500 people attend the conference each year. It's designed to bring together experts and utility industry stakeholders that include regulatory commissions, state governments, consultants, manufacturers, environmental organizations, consumer groups and research institutes.

Among the issues discussed are advances in the design and delivery of customer energy efficiency programs and the regulatory mechanisms that help make them possible.

One dead, one injured in apartment shooting

One dead, one injured in apartment shooting

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – One person is dead and another is injured following a shooting in Little Rock.

According to Sgt. Cassandra Davis, two people were shot around 8:45 Wednesday morning at the Beacon Hill Apartments, and one has died as a result of their injuries.

Officers reported that they found the first victim lying in a breezeway; he was able to tell police that he had answered a knock at the door of his apartment to three men standing in his doorway. The police report indicates that all three of the men fired shots at him and the person with him.

Investigators are currently trying to find surveillance video to help them identify any suspects.

Police did not release the name of the person killed and did not reveal a motive behind the shooting. Daniels' current condition is unknown.

Reminder from AGFC: Unattended wildlife should be left alone

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is issuing a reminder that residents who find unattended wildlife should leave the animals alone.

The commission says its common to find unattended baby animals during the spring and summer - especially fawns.

Commission deer biologist Ralph Meeker says the fawns mothers are usually within hearing or visual range and periodically check on the young. He says most wild animals don't spend much time next to their young in order to not attract predators to the area - including humans.

Meeker says a fawn or other young animals found in danger in or near a road or in the path of farm equipment it can be moved a few feet - but should never be removed from the immediate area.

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Introducing Miss Elizabeth Turner!

Introducing Miss Elizabeth Turner!
Congratulations are in order to a member of the THV 11 extended family!     Lance Turner from Arkansas Business and his wife welcomed baby Elizabeth O'Neal Turner into the world Tuesday. She weighed six pounds, 11 ounces and was 19 and three quarter inches long.     Lance told us that mom and baby are "awesome"!