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Men's fashion: matching your wardrobe

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – Men, it's all about you this morning! We're talking accessories with Sandy Wilkie from Jos A. Bank.

Watch the video to learn more.

Consumer Tuesday: Challenges for retirees

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - On this Consumer Tuesday, we talk about the many financial challenges for retirees.

For example, the effect of low inflation and how it changes Social Security retirement benefits is putting a squeeze on some people's income.

Financial Planner Barry Corkern joined THV11 This Morning on Tuesday. Watch the video to learn more.

Arkansas Business: Stocks end high on Monday

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – Monday showed another record close for the Dow and the S&P.

Stocks rose again on Monday, leaving the Dow and the S&P in record territory. Shares of health care stocks led the way, but companies in other industries led, too.

Shares of Dean Foods soared 14 percent after reporting earnings that came in better than analysts' expectations, and homebuilder Toll Brothers rose 2 percent after reporting a big jump in revenue.

On the other end, shares of cable companies fell after President Barack Obama said Internet providers shouldn't be allowed to cut deals with online services like Netflix to prioritize their content.

Shares of Comcast, which has cable customers in central Arkansas, lost 4 percent. Shares of Time Warner Cable ended down 7 percent.

Here in Arkansas, it'll be another trial for former Arkansas Treasurer Martha Shoffner.

Outdoors in Arkansas: Modern gun deer season underway in Arkansas

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - This past weekend was a big one for hunters in Arkansas as modern gun deer season got underway.

Hunters can help a good cause by donating some of their deer to Arkansas Hunters Feeding the Hungry.

Steve Wildman Wilson from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission joined THV11 This Morning on Tuesday to tell us more.

University of Arkansas provides telemedicine

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences is providing telemedicine support for high-risk pregnant women at the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences' Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

The collaboration will allow consultations in real time between medical specialists, pregnant mothers and the physicians who treat them at the OSU Medical Center in Tulsa. Medical professionals at OSU will be able to collaborate with medical specialists to co-manage patient care so they don't have to refer patients to distant hospitals or clinics.

For several years, OSU obstetricians and gynecologists have taken part in regular interactive video teleconferences and webinars as part of professional distance learning and collaboration with the University of Arkansas.

Little Rock 9 member to speak on Bates' birthday

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - One of nine students who integrated Arkansas' Little Rock Central High School in 1957 will help commemorate what would be the 100th birthday of civil rights activist Daisy Bates.

The Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock says Ernest Green will give a speech about civil rights at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Green is managing director of public finance for Lehman Brothers in the District of Columbia and has been awarded the Congressional Gold Medal.

Bates was a publisher, journalist and lecturer who played a leading role in the 1957 integration. She was born Nov. 11, 1914 and died in 1999.

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Social Media Week: #Hashtags enhancing social media

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - It seems like every day we're getting pounded with information on social media, literally.

Monday kicks off "Social Media Week" here at THV11, and today we're talking about a symbol many of us see and use daily, but in the past 7 years it's taken on a whole new meaning.

A hashtag creates a searchable link. Emily Reeves is the director of digital strategy at the advertising agency, Stone Ward.

"Hashtags, the word or phrase you see with a pound symbol in front of it on your social media networks, got started really when Twitter got started in 2007," said Reeves.

A creative user wanted others to be able to track conversations.

"He really encouraged people to use it in times of emergency and natural disasters so that people could find their way to resources and aid," said Reeves.

And from there, it's since evolved into a cultural phenomenon.