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It's So Official - Little Rock Fashion Week 2012!

It's So Official - Little Rock Fashion Week 2012!

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (July 16-21) - For fashion enthusiasts from everywhere, it's that time of year for fun, bright lights, action, fashion and entertainment that they've been waiting to experience - Little Rock Fashion Week (LRFW). The fourth annual LRFW is July 16-21. This year LRFW is being held at locations throughout Little Rock and North Little Rock. The experience will highlight the fashion brands by emerging local, national, and European designers, including the art by hairstylists, makeup artists and popular musicians.

It's an experience that promises to be one-of-a-kind throughout, and Brandon D. Campbell, LRFW's founder and executive producer, isn't sparing too many details on the creative aspects of each presentation. He's describing the 2012 installment as "reality fashionment experiences."

"From a creative perspective, the experiences that my team and I have assembled are the most unique ever.

It's So Official - Little Rock Fashion Week 2012!

It's So Official - Little Rock Fashion Week 2012!

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (July 16-21) - For fashion enthusiasts from everywhere, it's that time of year for fun, bright lights, action, fashion and entertainment that they've been waiting to experience - Little Rock Fashion Week (LRFW). The fourth annual LRFW is July 16-21. This year LRFW is being held at locations throughout Little Rock and North Little Rock. The experience will highlight the fashion brands by emerging local, national, and European designers, including the art by hairstylists, makeup artists and popular musicians.

It's an experience that promises to be one-of-a-kind throughout, and Brandon D. Campbell, LRFW's founder and executive producer, isn't sparing too many details on the creative aspects of each presentation. He's describing the 2012 installment as "reality fashionment experiences."

"From a creative perspective, the experiences that my team and I have assembled are the most unique ever.

Dress like a cow, get free food

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (July 13, 2012) - Go to any Chick-fil-A restaurant today, July 13 dressed as a cow and receive a FREE combo meal in celebration of the chicken chain's annual Cow Appreciation Day.

Or come partially dressed as a cow -- such as a cow headband, a cow-printed hat, vest or purse -- and get a free entree.

THV Extra: Crime victims suffering from PTSD

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Anxiety and stress are symptoms many of face on a daily basis. But the victim of a crime might experience it more often.

Post traumatic stress syndrome is a common problem for crime victims. Counselors say some of the typical factors that lead to PTSD are war, assault, rape and domestic abuse.

LaShunda Dickerson is a former victim of abuse. She says it took her years to ask for help.

Crime in Focus: Criminals targeting garage sales

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - For many Arkansans, garage sales are an easy way to make quick cash . Unfortunately, they are also an opportunity for crooks to rip you off.

LRPD: Robbery suspects targeting certain victims


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Recent late night robberies in Little Rock have residents on alert and police searching for two suspects.

The latest happened just after midnight Thursday when two suspects entered a condominium at an apartment complex off LaHarpe Boulevard.  Sargent Cassandra Davis with the Little Rock Police Department says the victims were taken by surprise.

"As the residents entered the residence, the two suspects rushed in. There was some violence in that one of the victims was struck, but there was no serious or life threatening injuries," says Sgt. Davis.

The victims were a man and woman in their 20s who were just returning from a night out on the town.  They reported walking by the two suspects outside, but at the time Davis says they didn't feel threatened.

Cyclists' group seeks city trail improvements

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- One way to save money at the pump, stay in shape and help the environment is to ride a bike. While we have many trails perfect for it, riding on the streets can be dangerous. 

A group of cyclists is hoping to change that. We spoke with several bikers who say we've come a long way when it comes to biking, but they still want more.

They want to add biking lanes to make biking safer and more practical.

"The river trail is great and the streets are a jungle." Van Warren bikes nearly every day in downtown Little Rock, he says these streets need a few changes. 

"We need a line, marking where bikes can ride and where trucks and SUVs can ride." And that's one of the many things President Tim McKuin of Bicycle Advocacy in Central Arkansas wants to change. He also wants to lengthen the river trail.