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Juvenile suspect charged as an adult in Little Rock Red Lobster shooting

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – A juvenile suspect has been charged as an adult in the case of an officer-involved shooting at a Red Lobster earlier this month.

The shooting took place on Saturday, Jan. 9 at the Red Lobster on Markham Street in Little Rock.

According to police reports, three suspects, 20-year-old Troy Williams, Jr., 25-year-old Kenneth Nelson, and 17-year-old Joshua Williams exchanged gunfire with an officer while attempting to rob the restaurant.

One of the suspects fired several rounds at an officer, hitting him once in the left shoulder. The officer fired back at the group, hitting the teen in the back side.

eStem charter school hoping to expand

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (January 14, 2016) -- eStem Public Charter School CEO John Bacon submitted several proposals to the Arkansas Department of Education Commissioner Johnny Key ahead of the scheduled February meeting of the Charter Authorizing Panel.  eStem’s proposals include six charter amendment requests and four waiver requests.

“These changes are necessary to help provide the more than 6,000 students currently on our waiting list an opportunity to participate in the eStem educational program,” said Bacon. “We are excited to partner with the University of Arkansas at Little Rock to provide a unique educational experience that is unparalleled in the country.”

Cabot community keeping the city clean

Cabot community keeping the city clean

CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) - Officials with the City of Cabot and Cabot City Beautiful are asking the public to join them in cleaning up the city.

The two organizations are working together to host the annual “Cabot Clean-Up Day.” This event will be held in conjunction with the national “Great American Clean-Up” Campaign & statewide “Keep Arkansas Beautiful” Month.

Everyone in the Cabot area is encouraged to participate in this city-wide cleanup endeavor: Civic & service organizations, church & youth groups, school groups & clubs, scouting groups, individuals, families, neighborhoods and businesses.

 “Cabot Clean-Up & Hazardous Waste Round-Up 2016” will be held on Saturday, March 19th, from 9 a.m. until 12’ noon.

Arkansas court won't rehear Little Rock schools case

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - The Arkansas Supreme Court says it won't reconsider its decision that the state Department of Education can't be sued over its takeover of the Little Rock School District.
Justices on Thursday denied a petition to rehear its October ruling granting the state's appeal of a lower court's decision. A Pulaski County Circuit Court judge in March denied the state's request to dismiss the lawsuit, ruling the state could be sued for its decision to take over the Little Rock district and dissolve its school board.
The state Supreme Court overturned that ruling.
The lawsuit was filed by former members of the Little Rock School Board. The state education board's takeover vote last year came after six Little Rock schools were determined to be in academic distress.

Two shot during possible home invasion

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – Two men were injured in a shooting that happened on Monday evening in Little Rock.

A police report showed that John Roberts, 37, of Little Rock, ran into a home on the 2800 block of Wolfe Street, pointing a shotgun. A woman in the home apparently grabbed the gun and a struggle ensued with Roberts, her, and another man in the home.

Police said the man in the home was shot in the leg during the struggle and returned fire, striking Roberts several times in the chest and leg before Roberts fled the scene.

Both men have been treated for their injuries. Roberts was taken to UAMS with non-life-threatening injuries.

Roberts has been charged with aggravated assault; charges for first-degree battery were pending at the time of this report.

Police did not say why Roberts had entered the home with a weapon.

Two to be inducted into Arkansas tourism hall

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - The Arkansas Tourism Hall of Fame says it will induct two new members in March.

The group said Monday that it would add Montine McNulty, the executive director of the Arkansas Hospitality Association, and Bill Worthen, the director of the Historic Arkansas Museum.

Ceremonies are set for March 14 during the 42nd annual Governor's Conference on Tourism.

McNulty helped promote tourism-related bills during the last quarter-century, including a 2 percent tourism tax and a one-eighth-cent conservation tax.

Worthen has overseen a number of expansions at the Historic Arkansas Museum in downtown Little Rock.

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Some flights delayed to and from Atlanta

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- The wacky weather is causing a messy start to busy holiday travel.

With Atlanta being a major hub for travel and getting hit by storms, there are several delays and cancellations.

Several Delta flights to and from Atlanta and the Little Rock airport have been delayed.

You can check your flight status before heading to the airport by clicking here.