Our network


Customer upset over necklace that looks like Swastika

ALEXANDER, Ark. (KTHV)- Necklaces resembling Swastikas are being sold at a Pulaski County gas station. A viewer reached out to THV11 on Facebook after he saw the jewelry at a privately owned Phillip 66 gas station on Vimy Ridge Road in Alexander.

When the customer spoke with the clerk at the gas station she told him she wouldn't take the necklaces down. Carmen Bailey, who spoke on behalf of the station's owner, says if a customer doesn't like an item, they don't have to buy it."I don't see anything wrong with it. It's just a necklace."

She said the necklace doesn't represent the store's opinion, they were just trying to help a local business. "I guess they came in a variety of necklaces sold," said Bailey. There's a little bit of all of us around here, if you want to buy it buy it if you don't, don't. It's a free country."

Little Rock parents concerned about overcrowded school

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – Parents at Dunbar Magnet Middle School are looking for change and upset about overcrowded classrooms. At a meeting on Wednesday night, students and parents voiced their concerns.

"Students said they felt uncomfortable, some said they were fearful, some said they were in a stress mode when they even get to school," said PTSA President Kevin Williams.

PTSA President Kevin Williams said his main concern is providing quality education

"When you are at that school as much as I am, these kids all become your kids," Williams said.

He wants to take his concerns to the district and the school board.

Anna Swaim has a son in the seventh grade at Dunbar. She said student schedules changed just three weeks into the school year.

Details on necropsy report released for dogs found dead on side of road

Details on necropsy report released for dogs found dead on side of road

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – Earlier this week, Little Rock police said they were investigating an animal cruelty case after two dogs were found dead on the side of the road.

The dogs, Stella and Tao, had disappeared Sunday morning and were found on Cantrell Road the same evening.

The officer narrative in the police report detailed that one dog had what appeared to be a severely broken jaw, and a possible gunshot wound to the abdomen area, while the other dog appeared as if she had been shot in the head.

On Thursday, THV11 received information from Lt. Sidney Allen that a necropsy report found no evidence of gunshot wounds. He said the injuries they suffered appeared to be consistent with those expected from being struck by a car.

LRPD searching for bank robbery suspect

LRPD searching for bank robbery suspect

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – The Little Rock Police Department is searching for a bank robbery suspect.

According to police, the suspect first went to the One Banc located at 8000 Cantrell and attempted to gain entry but was unsuccessful. He then went to the Summit Bank at 1800 N Taylor and entered the building.

He was dressed in a black shirt and wearing a wig. He displayed a note and implied he had a weapon. The teller complied with the instructions and the suspect fled.

More information will be added to this story as it becomes available.

13 things to do in central Arkansas this weekend

13 things to do in central Arkansas this weekend

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Soiree) – Little Rock Soiree has constructed a list of 13 things you can do this weekend in central Arkansas. Take a look and start making some plans!

Thursday (Sept. 11)

1. The Art of Motion: Tango at Arkansas Arts Center

Friday (Sept. 12)

2. Eric Church: The Outsiders World Tour at Verizon Arena

3. Second Friday Art Night

Saturday (Sept. 13)

4. Inaugural Pop Up Shop at Verizon Office Park, Building 3

5. Ninth Annual Thea Paves the Way at Clinton Presidential Center,

6. Fighting Red 5K: A Race to End Blood Cancer at Big Dam Bridge

7. South Main Vintage Market at The Bernice Garden

8. Little Rock Bacon Fest at Arkansas State Fairgrounds

Man shot at KFC restaurant on Geyer Springs

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – The Little Rock Police Department is searching for two men who shot a man inside a KFC in Little Rock.

Police say two men came into the KFC restaurant on Geyer Springs Road and began shooting at a man eating in the restaurant. They believe three or four shots were fired at the man, but only one actually hit him.

According to police, the man was taken to a hospital with non life-threatening injuries.

If you have any information about this incident, you are asked to call Little Rock Police.

Angel Tree application deadline approaching

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – With Christmas still three months away, most parents aren't yet thinking about what to put under the tree. Some parents may need to turn their attention to the Salvation Army's Angel Tree because October deadlines are quickly approaching.

"Without the Angel Tree, we wouldn't have had a Christmas," said Jennifer Washington, single mom of two.

Two years ago, Washington became a single parent right around Christmas time. Being her kids' hero wasn't easy during the holidays.

"The gifts that they received were something I would have never been able to get for them," she said. "They were happy, which made be happy."

For Salvation Army Marketing Director Kathy Barbeire-Bruton, the angel tree is about more than just handing out free gifts.