As City Director Brad Cazort walked into Midtown Billiards just after 2:30 a.m. on a recent Sunday, he noticed a “Support Little Rock’s 5 a.m. Clubs” banner on the wall to his left.
Nonprofit to grantfoster kids' wishes
Will seek another downtown site, retailer tells city leaders
Mapco has given up its quest to locate a store downtown at the Third and Broadway intersection because the property owner declined to extend his agreement with the company an extra three months.
Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola announced Thursday that he will run for a third term as the capital city's mayor.
LR resident has been paying for sewer service since 2000 but isn’t hooked up
Little Rock Wastewater will offer to refund a woman for about three of the 14 years she had been paying for sewer services but not receiving them, the utility's governing body decided Wednesday.
City leaders in central and Northwest Arkansas gathered at separate events Wednesday to tout efforts using "green" energy and alternative fuels.
For the second time in two years, the Little Rock Board of Directors denied Tuesday a southwest Little Rock wedding venue's request to display fireworks.
Seek cab permit, city urges Uber, Lyft
Little Rock's city attorney has sent a letter to ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft, which both recently began advertising for drivers here, informing them that the service is illegal and that they must abide by taxicab regulations if they want to operate in the city.
Utility: In-housevalve work better
Razing of old Worthen Bank resisted
Some historic preservationists are upset that the preliminary site plan for Little Rock's future technology park calls for demolishing the old Worthen Bank building that houses KATV now, but park development officials say there's a chance the building won't have to be torn down.