To drive more business growth and jobs to Little Rock's 12th Street corridor, city and community leaders are turning to fellow residents to collect branding ideas.
Little Rock is considering new requirements to test heating- and air-duct installations in all new residential structures in the city, with the goal of saving homebuyers or renters money on utility bills.
Grants available to beautify blocks
A Smithsonian Design Museum curator will speak Tuesday in Little Rock about an exhibit that is currently showing in Fayetteville.
Ellen Hart, a world-class runner and a lawyer, is open about her battle with bulimia.
The Little Rock Zoo has three new camels.
Little Rock is being asked to give up its interest in a downtown parking deck in exchange for ownership of the Standing Figure: Knife Edge sculpture to be displayed at the renovated Arkansas Arts Center.
City claims harm from prohibition on Web-sales collection
Little Rock filed a "friend of the court" brief in an Internet sales-tax case before the U.S. Supreme Court.
The European Union’s top diplomat to the United States will speak in Little Rock next week.
Little Rock is accepting applications for its Love Your Block Grant, typically awarded to neighborhood associations for specific projects.