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Judge rules law allowing dogs in court is unconstitutional

LITTLE ROCK — An Arkansas judge ruled that a law allowing child victims of sexual assault to testify while accompanied by a comfort dog is unconstitutional. 231 more words

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Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site

Arkansas is a breath of fresh air, a veritable forest of green that is quite welcome after the arid landscapes of the Southwest. Even the cities seem full of trees, a fact we noted as we pulled into the capital of Little Rock the other morning. 459 more words

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Gallery + Review: Sworn In gets rowdy at Vino's in Little Rock

On a rainy and gloomy Friday the 13th, Vino’s in Little Rock, Ark. was packed front to back for a band called Sworn In.

I’ve seen Sworn In a handful of times over the years and if I’m being honest with you, I wasn’t very impressed with their live show… Until now. 108 more words

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Gallery + Review: Adelitas Way bring the Notorious Tour to Little Rock

On the evening of April 10th, 2018, Adelitas Way brought the Notorious Tour featuring Sons Of Texas and Taking Dawn to the Rev Room in Little Rock, Arkansas. 217 more words

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Sick Kid

Sick kid became my new label my Freshman year. I had sat on the couch all summer. I finished countless series on Netflix because I had fallen into serious pain. 336 more words

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Little Rock Look Back: La Harpe and La Petite Roche

On April 9, 1722, French explorer Jean-Baptiste Bénard de La Harpe rounded the bend of the Arkansas River and saw La Petite Roche and Le Rocher Français.  370 more words

History

125 years of Basketball in Little Rock

On April 7, 1893, the Arkansas Gazette ran stories about the final day of horse racing at Clinton Park racetrack (the park stretched roughly from what is today’s Clinton Presidential Park through the East Village to Clinton National Airport), the men who were soon to take office as aldermen met to plan for their upcoming City Council terms, and a preview of a new sport coming to Little Rock. 180 more words

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