Hunting in watershed floated as idea
Central Arkansas Water is taking input through June 17 on its updated plan to govern recreational activities on and near its two water sources -- Lake Maumelle and Lake Winona.
Parking-spot loss met with concern
Proposals to remove on-street parking along Seventh Street in downtown Little Rock and replace it with bike lanes were met with mixed reviews from area business owners and commuters Thursday.
Little Rock's diversity manager is not entitled to a new trial in her racial discrimination lawsuit against the city that a jury deemed unfounded earlier this year, a federal judge ruled Thursday.
Moore says city well-prepared for it
A year and a half of work by a volunteer citizen's committee and hired consultants is coming to an end as they prepare to present a Youth Master Plan to the city in two weeks, but this is really just the beginning, they said Wednesday.
The width of a new Interstate 30 bridge over the Arkansas River isn't as important as other design aspects of the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department's 30 Crossing project, consultants advised the Little Rock Board of Directors on Monday.
Healthy programs earn agency grant Little Rock's Parks and Recreation Department received a $5,000 grant for meeting healthy eating and physical activity standards in its after-school programs during the 2015 school year.
Little Rock is in contempt of court because of its late payment of a $10,000 sanction and faces a default judgment against the city if City Attorney Tom Carpenter doesn’t go to continuing-education classes, a judge ruled Friday.
Little Rock is in contempt of court because of its late payment of a $10,000 sanction and faces a default judgment against the city if City Attorney Tom Carpenter doesn't go to continuing-education classes, a judge ruled Friday.
Plaintiff’s attorney says city was unprepared
Little Rock used delaying tactics to dig itself out of a lack of preparation in a discrimination lawsuit against it, the attorney representing a former police officer in the case said in court filings this week.
Board approves trial period of six weeks; rules added
Little Rock's governing board is reconsidering a ban on solicitation in roadways that it enacted last summer by approving a six-week pilot program that allows solicitation under certain conditions.