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Little Rock donates firetrucks to county volunteers

Smaller agencies welcome the help

The Sweet Home Fire Department's 1983 Mack Pumper fire engine has busted pipes and gears that don't work.

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Ceremony to honor ex-library director A ceremony is planned for today to honor Bobby Roberts, retired director of the Central Arkansas Library System.

Little Rock manager claiming pay bias too late to cite all-white jury in retrial bid, city says

Little Rock's diversity manager should not be granted a new trial in her discrimination claim against the city, an attorney for Little Rock said in court filings Wednesday.

Judge scolds Little Rock, fines city $10,000

A circuit judge fined Little Rock $10,000 Monday for not being ready for trial in the case of a former police officer suing the city and for failing to follow the judge's scheduling order.

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Little Rock proposes to annex 14 acres off Kanis Road

Little Rock leaders are considering annexing about 14 acres and providing fire and police protection and public sewer service to the area.

LR board taking up open-data measure

Goal: Proactively share information

The Little Rock Board of Directors will soon vote on adopting an open-data policy that would call on officials to proactively release all city data online in searchable formats if it is open to the public under state law.

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UALR tries again for grant

$14.5 million redesign proposed for University Avenue

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is trying a second time to get federal funds to redesign University Avenue.

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Driver’s ed course offered in Spanish A driver’s educational course for Spanish speakers is planned for Saturday at Little Rock’s Southwest Community Center.

City's 9th sculpture show has 800 to see

The annual sculpture show and sale in Little Rock's River Market District starts today, with a winner to be announced Sunday.

New trial sought in race-bias case

LR’s diversity manager cites all-white jury in March loss

Little Rock's diversity manager is requesting a new trial on her racial-discrimination claim against the city, partly on the basis that an all-white jury decided the verdict last month and on an allegation that City Manager Bruce Moore lied under oath.