posted: 09/03/2015 3:11 a.m.
The commission that governs Little Rock Wastewater approved an emergency expenditure Wednesday to cover the cost to repair a large-diameter sewer main that was breached Saturday.
posted: 09/02/2015 3:32 a.m.
A second lawsuit has been filed in the case of a Little Rock woman and her son who were stranded in a submerged vehicle for an extended period of time after a Little Rock 911 dispatcher failed to send police or a water rescue crew.
posted: 09/02/2015 3:23 a.m.
The city won't go forward with the proposed Hinson Road project that would reduce travel lanes on a portion of the roadway, city officials said Tuesday.
posted: 09/02/2015 3:21 a.m.
Little Rock's police union is hosting city directors and the union's out-of-town consultant Thursday to discuss the consultant's report that accuses the city's Fleet Services Department of being inefficient.
posted: 08/31/2015 3:53 a.m.
As students at eStem Public Charter School look across Main Street through classroom windows or over the playground fence, they'll see one of their classmates depicted in bright red, orange, blue and yellow.
posted: 08/30/2015 5:06 a.m.
The Arkansas Literary Festival will begin accepting applications Tuesday for its Missing Letter Writing Contest themed around the novel "The Color Purple."
posted: 08/28/2015 4:23 a.m.
After almost 6,000 people applied for a spot on the Little Rock waiting list for federal choice housing vouchers, the Metropolitan Housing Alliance decided to close the list just 2 1/2 hours after it opened Thursday.
posted: 08/27/2015 4:21 a.m.
The Museum of Discovery is looking at new uses for a parking lot that soon won't be accessible to cars because of the closure of an alleyway adjacent to the museum.
posted: 08/26/2015 4:44 a.m.
The number of people visiting the Arkansas Arts Center is increasing and the center's finances are staying steady as its foundation looks ahead to the possibility of a new building, Executive Director Todd Herman said this week.
posted: 08/26/2015 4:41 a.m.
The Little Rock police union filed a lawsuit against the city Tuesday asking a judge to compel the city to respond to a more than two-month-old records request.
posted: 08/26/2015 4:39 a.m.
After a flood of opposition emails and phone calls, two Little Rock board of directors on Tuesday recommended axing a proposed project on Hinson Road that would reduce lanes and place a traffic light at the Pebble Beach Drive intersection.
posted: 08/25/2015 4 a.m.
When city officials told Little Rock's police union that if it could find money for employee raises, officials would take a look at the proposal, union leaders took the charge to heart.
posted: 08/23/2015 4 a.m.
Rental-aid wait listopens after 6 years
posted: 08/21/2015 2:57 a.m.
Nearly 200 Little Rock residents showed up to a meeting Thursday night to object to a city proposal that would put a traffic light and reduce lanes at the intersection of Pebble Beach Drive and Hinson Road.
posted: 08/21/2015 2:56 a.m.
A Memphis-based realty company that owns and manages properties in Little Rock wants to partner with the Metropolitan Housing Alliance to develop a former Red Roof Inn into a low-income housing facility for senior citizens.