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Hot Springs film fest boasts strong early turnout despite venue change

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (KTHV) - Despite a change in venue, the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival boasts a strong turnout in its first two days.

Film lovers converge on Hot Springs this week, but for those who've been to the festival before...they will notice a subtle venue change. For 20 years the Malco Theatre hosted the event, but Mother Nature decided to go against tradition.

A new location, the Arlington Hotel in downtown Hot Springs, will host between 5 and 10-thousand people according to Susan Altrui, chair of the board for the event. The Malco Theatre hosted the event for 20 years, but severe weather damaged the roof back in August.

"So far our numbers have been up. We've had well attended films. Our opening night was one of the biggest opening nights the festival has seen," says Altrui.

Altrui says the weather setback ultimately showed the versatility of Hot Springs.

Woman's body found in Pulaski County

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) The Pulaski County Sheriff's Department says a female's body has been found in the 8000 block of Harper Road. This area is near Sweet Home and College Station. A man led deputies to the location.

There are still plenty of unanswered questions. The department says it currently does not know the cause of death and her identity is unknown. The body will be taken to the State Crime lab and the investigation is on-going.


Getting "spooky" with the Kinders

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Oct. 13, 2012) - It's a "spooky" time of year and that just happens to be the name of a new children's music CD from the Kinders.

Terri and Brian Kinder are a nationally-recognized duo who perform their children-friendly songs at at libraries, schools, fairs, corporate family gatherings, etc. They are best known for their Christmas song "Blinking Lights."

Just in time for Halloween, the Kinders new album Spooky will make it's debut at a special event today, October 13 at the Laman Library at 10:30 a.m. The public is invited to the free event.

The CD has 16 original new songs, including "Spooky Movie Marathon", "Walked Across Your Grave"and "Squeeky Rocky Chair."

Porsches on display at car show today

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Oct. 13, 2012) - The Ozark Chapter of the Porsche Club of America hosts their annual Porsche Car Show today Saturday, October 13, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Firestone Store at McCain Mall in North Little Rock.

Porsche owners are invited to bring out their pride and joy for everyone to see. Registration is from 9-10 a.m. The public will be able to vote on their favorite car.  

There will be a raffle, health screenings, lunch and more. Admission is free but donations will be accepted.

THV Game Night: High school football highlights

Alma 28, Huntsville 7

Arkadelphia 55, Pulaski Robinson 3

Augusta 22, Cross County 6

Barton 55, Mayflower 39

Bayou Aca., Miss. 39, Lee Academy 11

Beebe 27, Blytheville 26

Benton 45, Texarkana 17

Bentonville 48, Rogers Heritage 7

Bigelow 42, Poyen 18

Bryant 58, Sheridan 0

Camden Fairview 56, De Queen 6

Cent Ark Christian 63, Bauxite 46

Charleston 38, Lamar 25

Dardanelle 42, Waldron 0

Decatur 52, Western Yell 14

Dollarway 24, Lonoke 14

E. Poinsett Co. 48, Cedar Ridge 6

Earle 32, Harrisburg 0

El Dorado 31, Lake Hamilton 17

Elkins 44, Melbourne 20

England 41, Des Arc 6

Farmington 34, Gravette 27

Fayetteville 29, Rogers 0

Foreman 10, Simms Bowie, Texas 8

Forrest City 34, Paragould 7

FS Southside 35, Conway 21

Genoa Central 47, Drew Central 30

Glen Rose 7, Fountain Lake 6

New details on Little Rock Zoo dog attack

LITTLE ROCK (KTHV) - We are following up on one our most-viewed stories on our website: the dog attack at the Little Rock Zoo that killed five farm animals.

First off, we found out the two dogs came back to the zoo Thursday evening. But this time, they never got inside to harm anything. And while the dogs escaped, authorities say they got a closer look and a new description. 

"I'm just kind of scratching my head as far as what happened," said Terry Edwards of Little Rock.  

"I read it on the Internet and it was kind of shocking," said Meko Campbell of Little Rock said.  

"I just, I just can't believe something like that would happen," said Mary Beth Ray of Beebe.

Arkansas State Fair underway!

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Throw those diets out the window and start practicing your underarm toss, the Arkansas State Fair is in town!

The fair starts today, Oct. 12th and continues through Sunday, Oct. 21st. . For those ten days, patrons can enjoy a variety of free concerts, unique food, livestock competitions, various creative arts contests, interesting attractions, professional bull riding and much more.

"We have special promotions and discounts every single day," said Ralph Shoptaw, general manager of the fair. "For the fourth year in a row our guests can enjoy great fair food and save money on parking and admission with Lunch at the Fair. Monday through Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., we're offering free parking and free gate admission for anyone who would like to come out to the fairgrounds for lunch."