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Central Arkansas Water has raised rates for second year

Little Rock-based utility uses funds to increase new-pipe budget

Central Arkansas Water customers will notice higher water bills this month.

Metal detectors ready for ticketed Little Rock events

Starting next weekend, anyone attending a ticketed event at Robinson Center, the Statehouse Convention Center or the amphitheater in the River Market District in downtown Little Rock will have to pass through a magnetometer.

Little Rock, activist spar over homeless camps

The city of Little Rock and the founder of an organization that serves the homeless are at odds again over the city's practice of posting eviction notices at sites of homeless camps when citizens make complaints.

Little Rock's eviction notices at homeless camps draw criticism

Advocates for homeless people are complaining about Little Rock’s continued eviction notices at homeless camps.

Central Arkansas Water board picks 4 commissioner finalists

Four people will be interviewed next week to fill a position on the Central Arkansas Water board of commissioners.

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Little Rock in '18 puts focus on healthier workers

Program’s aim is to head off problems

Little Rock is getting serious about getting city employees healthier, but not without a little fun first.

Central Arkansas water commission names four finalists for open seat

Four finalists were selected Thursday to be interviewed for the open seat on the Central Arkansas Water Board of Commissioners.

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Little Rock's new fire chief gets settled in

Hubbard’s office reflects his devotion to firefighting, family, love of sports

Little Rock Fire Chief Delphone Hubbard still has to correct himself when he says "we" in reference to the Memphis Fire Department.

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Warrant amnesty offered next month

Utility set to service Maumelle residents

Taps to open by Feb. 1, CAW says

Maumelle residents will have water from Central Arkansas Water flowing from their taps by Feb. 1, the utility says.