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Little Rock School District tracking bullying in schools

Little Rock School District tracking bullying in schools

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - "More than 2 years later and nobody knows," Terry Richard explained. Richard is passionate about the fight to stop bullying within the Little Rock School District, which is why he is challenging the school board's plan of action. He said, "There's no measure of really what's going on with bullying."

According to school board president Greg Adams, the district is collecting data of bullying cases for comparison and measurement. Thursday evening the district's bullying committee met to review data and discuss their progress.

WATCH: LRSD tracking bullying in schools (http://on.kthv.com/1jdNAw4)

State economic statistics reviewed

State economic statistics reviewed

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - When reviewing socio-economic status statistics in the state, officials have said that Arkansas overall has some work to do.

Michael Pakko Ph. D., a UALR economist, said that the state as a whole only makes 81 percent of the national per capita income average, but Pulaski County is higher than the national average.

Come To Diamond Bear Brewing Company's Grand Opening on Monday

Come To Diamond Bear Brewing Company's Grand Opening on Monday

Diamond Bear Brewing Company is holding a grand opening and ribbon cutting Monday at its new North Little Rock location, and you're invited!... Read More

Airbrushing Class

Airbrushing Class

Central Arkansas Scale Modelers will be hosting an instructional class on how to use your airbrush on Saturday, May 10th beginning at 2pm at HobbyTown USA Little Rock. The class is free of charge.

-Instructor Led

-Airbrushing Techniques

-Hands on

-Step-by-Step Instruction

If you would like to attend the class, please bring your airbrush,a model to paint, and your choice of paint and thinner. There will be a limited number of airbrushes available to use if you do not own one.

Please fill out the sign up sheet located at the front counter so that we know how many
people to prepare for. The last day to sign up will be Wednesday, May 7th.


Contact Person: Brianna Childres

Contact Phone: 501-269-9086

Event Location: 2614 S. Shackleford Rd., Suite C, Little Rock, Arkansas

Email: casmodelers@gmail.com

Website: www.CASModels.org


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Jacksonville police warn of scams

JACKSONVILLE, Ark. (JVPD) -- The Jacksonville Police Department would like to warn citizens of some recent scams that have occurred. One of the scams is referred to as the "Green Dot Scam". The caller will inform you that you have won something of great value such as a sum of money or a new vehicle. The caller will then advise you that you will need to obtain a Green Dot Card and load it with a specified dollar amount. The caller will then tell you to call them back with the card number so they can access the funds that have been loaded on the card. They will try to get you to do this several times claiming different issues that have arisen to get more money from you.

Missing teen: Have you seen him?

Missing teen: Have you seen him?

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – The Pulaski County Sheriff's Office is looking for a runaway teen.

The Sheriff's Office said 16-year-old Vonquarius 'Von' Gaston has been missing since March 25. He was last seen at his home on Southern Belle Drive.

The Sheriff's Office said Von has a history of running away, but has never been gone for more than three or four days. As of April 15 Von has been missing for three weeks.

Von has not made contact with anyone in his family or friends; investigators don't have any leads at this time.

Von was recently released from Bridgeway and his parents believe he has no connection to local schools.

If you have any information to the whereabouts of Von Gaston, contact the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office Investigations Division at 501-340-6940 or our 24 hour Communications Center at 501-340-6963. Anonymous information can also be left on the Central Arkansas CRIMESTOPPERS tip-line at 501-340-TIPS(8477).

Bridge repairs will require lane closures on U.S. Highway 67 in Jacksonville

Bridge repairs will require lane closures on U.S. Highway 67 in Jacksonville

LITTLE ROCK (AHTD) – Bridge repairs will require lane closures on U.S. Highway 67 in Jacksonville, according to Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department (AHTD) officials.

Crews will be repairing the Redmond Road overpass in Jacksonville. The repairs are needed following a recent traffic accident. The work will require closing the northbound outside lane on U.S. Highway 67, between mile markers 6 and 9.

The lane closures will be Monday, April 14th through Thursday, April 17th, between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., weather permitting. Traffic will be controlled using barrels and warning signs.