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LRPD makes significant breaking and entering arrests

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Little Rock police are cracking down on crime and solving more cases that are leading to more arrests.

Police say that they can't solve every crime, but that's not going to stop them from trying.

Patrolling the downtown division of Little Rock is a job Sgt. Cody Miller does not take lightly."We can't make everyone happy obviously and unfortunately we can't solve every crime but we do try our hardest and take every avenue possible to make sure there is closure for our victims."

Overnight, the Little Rock Police Department announced significant auto breaking and entering arrests and burglary arrests made this quarter.

How far can $100 go at the Outlets of Little Rock?

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- A ribbon cutting two years in the making officially opened the Outlets of Little Rock on Friday morning.

For those ultimate deal hunters, the mall full of discount stores is now open. The mall estimates that close to 150,000 visitors will shop there this weekend.

THV11's Meredith Mitchell went shopping and shows us how far $100 goes at the outlets.

Watch the video for more!

Students write letters to Little Rock police officers

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- This year, as part of a 9/11 project, Lori McKay's 7th grade class at The Anthony School wanted to find a way to commemorate the sacrifices made on that horrific day by doing a good deed.

"In light of everything that's gone on nationally, related to our police department, that it would be nice to do something for our policemen to encourage them and remind them we are thankful for what they do," said McKay.

Dozens of letters were written and sent to the Little Rock Police Department. One student reads, "Thank you so much for serving our community. I know it must be a hard job to have." Another says, "Your job is one of the hardest in America." Another adds, "I know it's been hard lately for police officers."

Outlets of LR holding preview event for charities

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Outlets of Little Rock is hosting a sneak peek shopping night on Thursday from 5-9 p.m. the night before the grand opening.

The "Open Doors. Open Hearts" Charity Preview Night will raise money for 20 central Arkansas charities and provide guests with an exclusive first look at the new open air outlet center with an evening of shopping, savings, prize giveaways, entertainment and more.

Comedian brings laughter to Maumelle assisted living facility

Comedian brings laughter to Maumelle assisted living facility

MAUMELLE, Ark. (KTHV) - Stand-up comedian Mark Klein is bringing his talents to an assisted living facility in Maumelle with a personal goal of performing for the severely underserved senior market. 

“My dad is in his 90s,” says Klein. “If he still enjoys comedy, I see no reason other folks his age won’t enjoy it as well.” 

Klein began his professional stand-up career during the comedy boom of the 80s. Since then, he’s gone on to conquer the cruise ship circuit and corporate comedy gigs. He has been profiled by CBS, GQ Magazine and Forbes. Now, Mark is setting out to perform for seniors in need of a good laugh. 

“Just because they are older, doesn't mean they have lost their need for laughter and love of comedy.”

Klein will perform at Elmcroft Senior Living located at 100 Bringler Drive in Maumelle on November 2. It will last from 6 p.m. till 8 p.m.

'Shopping destination' planned around outlets

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- The Outlets of Little Rock are near completion with the grand opening set for this Friday.

However, it's not just those 75 shops bringing something new to the Otter Creek area. Plans for another shopping center and entertainment destination near the outlets are starting.

The developer of the land says he has plans to utilize every inch of the 170 acres. Local businesses that have already settled in are looking forward to what the new additions will bring to their businesses.

"We opened the day before the Razorback Little Rock game so we've been open about a month now," said Steve Jenkins, owner of Hogman's Gameday Superstore.

When Steve Jenkins decided to open another Hogman's Gameday Superstore in Arkansas, he had only one location in mind.

Heavy traffic expected as Outlets of LR open

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Thousands of people are expected to travel from across central Arkansas this weekend for the grand opening of the Outlets of Little Rock.

If you plan to shop this weekend, you should prepare yourself for heavy crowds and a lot of traffic.

Mall management say they have a plan in place to make sure the weekend goes smoothly and local business owners in the area say they're prepared as well.

"There was not a spot in the lot and the interstate was stopped. It was crazy," said Will Anderson, General Manager of Bass Pro Shop in Little Rock.

Two years ago Bass Pro Shop opened its first location in Arkansas, a day General Manager, Will Anderson, says he'll never forget.

"We planned for big and it definitely delivered," said Anderson.