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Woman accused of lying about shooting in Little Rock to get quick police response

A woman who lied about a shooting to get a quick response from Little Rock police was arrested Friday, police reported.

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3-tired-car chase ends with arrest in central Arkansas

A drunken man led North Little Rock police on a chase early Saturday in a vehicle that was missing a tire, police reported.

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2 Little Rock officers identified in shooting of man; phone mistaken for gun, police say

Little Rock police on Friday identified two officers who shot a man while investigating a disturbance at an apartment complex Thursday.

Court denies temporary reinstatement of Arkansas police chief who pled guilty to filing false report

Justices uphold his removal from police during lawsuit

The Arkansas Supreme Court has denied a motion by Jacksonville that would've temporarily reinstated the city's police chief.

Burglary suspect arrested after 7-mile chase in Little Rock

Burglary arrest caps 7-mile chase in LR

Report of Little Rock officer's public pee probed; surveillance video purports to show him outside SUV

Little Rock police are investigating a report that an officer urinated in the street during a SWAT callout Wednesday night.

Police release gunfire footage in fatal shooting by Little Rock officer

Little Rock police have released video and audio recordings that provide new details on a fatal officer-involved shooting last year.

Police investigating report that Little Rock officer urinated in street during SWAT callout

Little Rock police are investigating a report that an officer urinated in the street during a SWAT callout Wednesday night.

Arkansas man facing federal charges in Chicago gun-trafficking case waives pretrial hearing right

An Arkansas man arrested in Chicago this month on accusations of illegal gun trafficking waived his right to a preliminary hearing Wednesday.

State Fair gets first metal detectors

The Arkansas State Fair has increased security for its 11-day run next month in response to a surge of violent crime in Little Rock.