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Morgan Nick Amber Alert for 1-year-old girl out of Howard County

TOLLETTE, Ark. (KTHV) Arkansas State Police have activated a Morgan Nick Amber Alert, Level 2 for 1-year-old Zahkairi Morrison.

The Howard County Sheriff's Department says the toddler's father, Ralph Morrison intentionally collided into a car to grab his daughter. He also allegedly starting beating and stabbing the toddler's mother, Amaria Webster, with an ice pick. After grabbing the girl, police say he hitched a ride with at least three other people and could be driving an older cutlass.  Police say he may also be headed to California. 

Zahkairi Morrison was last seen wearing sky blue, pink shirt and shorts. The suspect is Ralph Morrison, 28, who has several tattoos, under his left arm pit of a bracelet, left arm, left wrist, right arm, left shoulder, on front right arm and front left arm.

The suspect could be driving an older Cutlass four-door sedan. The license plate or color of vehicle is unknown at this time.

Pedestrian car accident at 9th and Broadway

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) A car accident involving pedestrians occurred at 9th and Broadway just before midnight Saturday.

Witnesses say two pedestrians were walking when a man driving a Saab spun out of control, hitting two pedestrians and a light pole, which fell to the ground.

THV's Daniel Wilkerson noticed both pedestrians were transported to the hospital as well as the driver who police worked for half an hour to free.

Dog park proposal in downtown Little Rock

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) The MacArthur Park Group thinks it's time for a public dog park downtown. Members met Saturday at the MacArthur Museum. The group has $500 million to build a dog park over a ten-year period. Downtown Little Rock Partnership Executive Director Sharon Priest says a dog a park is needed now that more people have moved to downtown.

"Dog parks help build community and there's a lot of people who live downtown now. And at one time it was strange to see someone walking a dog. And now it's pretty regular to see someone out walking their dogs," says Sharon Priest.

Priest says they also hope to build a better playground and new amphitheater.

Clinton Center hosts 7th annual Easter Family Festival

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (March 28, 2012) - The Clinton Center's 7th Annual Easter Family Festival and Egg Hunt is going "green" this year. 

Today, March 31, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., the Center will be home to Arkansas's largest Easter egg hunt. 

Tens-of-thousands of eco-friendly eggs will be hidden on the lawn throughout the Presidential Park.

All Easter Family Festival activities are free; however, regular admission fees apply to tour the Library.

Along with live entertainment by Radio Disney's Rockin' Road Show and Tommy Terrific, there will be games and activities for the kids as well as prize drawings.

And what's an Easter egg hunt without the Easter Bunny? Kids will be able to get their pictures with the Easter Bunny for download or parents can bring their own cameras.

(Source: Clinton Center)

Today's Box Office: Mirror Mirror

Mirror Mirror on the wall, which will be the fairest adaptation of Snow White to come theaters of all? Two film adaptations of Snow White are set to hit theaters this year. They could not be much more different from each other. This week, we get the closer to a fairy tale, live-action, kid's version and in a couple of months we get the darker, more sinister, grown up version. Which one will be better? Time will tell.

Behind the Music: Big Shane Thornton

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (March 31, 2012) -- Arkansas is packed with local musicians from those just starting up to several that are making  it big.

Many of them got their start at restaurants and clubs around the state. So all month long 'Today's THV This Morning Saturday' is featuring some of the local talent.

Free car seat safety check at McCain Mall

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (March 28, 2012) - Between 1975 and 2008, nearly nine thousand lives were saved by child restraints.

Estimates show that more than 80 percent of child restraints are used incorrectly and almost 30 percent of children still ride completely unrestrained.