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Early travelers used a stone outcropping on the bank of the Arkansas River as a landmark. La Petite Roche (French for "the Little Rock"), named in 1722 by French explorer and trader Jean-Baptiste Bénard de la Harpe, marked the transition from the flat Mississippi Delta region to the Ouachita Mountain foothills. Travelers referred to the area as "the Little Rock" and the landmark name stuck.

Population: 189515
Local Newspapers: Arkansas Democrat Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Arkansas Travelers (Double A Baseball)
Local Colleges: University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Zip Codes associated with little rock, arkansas: 72103 72114 72202 72204 72205 72206 72207 72209 72210 72211 72212 72223 72227
Towns/Cities near little rock, arkansas : Capital View College Station Sweet Home South End Cammack Village Boyle Park West Markham Douglas Corner Parkers-Iron Springs Shannon Hills

Little Rock News
One dead, another wounded in Oak Street shooting

KARK reports that one person was killed in a shooting about 10:40 p.m. Sunday near 21st and Oak Streets. UPDATE: Police say Sullivan, 22, of Little Rock was fatally shot and Cierria Onukwube, 21, of Jacksonville, was critically wounded in the shooting.

Stop the presses: Doubt from UA school 'reformer' about test...

JAY GREENE: UA school reformer raises important question about putting too much faith in school tests to evaluate schools and students. Jay Greene , head of the Department of Education Reform at the University of Arkansas , has written a blog post drawing wide attention because it tends to rock the faith of many school "reformers" in the value of test scores in measuring students and schools.

Mark Thiedeman's 'Alex in the Morning' screens at CALS Ron Robinson

The Chamber Music Society of Little Rock presents a concert from violinist Miroslav Ambros, 7:30 p.m., Trinity Episcopal Cathedral. "Hand to God," a satire that mashes up puppets, lewd comedy and religious contempt, runs at the Studio Theatre through March 18, see centralarkansatickets.com for details.

Gunpowder, lead and Pistol Annies

You have to hand it to Miranda Lambert. She certainly doesn't shy away from telling fans just how she feels.

Arkansas Judge Blocks State From Licensing Pot Growers

An Arkansas judge has temporarily blocked the state from issuing licenses to five companies to grow medical marijuana in response to complaints about the state's process for reviewing applications for the facilities. Pulaski County Circuit Judge Wendell Griffen issued a temporary restraining order Wednesday against the state, which had planned to formally issue cultivation licenses later that day.

El Dorado's Shepherd elected speaker

House lawmakers Monday selected state Rep. Matthew Shepherd, an El Dorado Republican who heads the chamber's Judiciary Committee, to be the next speaker of the Arkansas House of Representatives. The secret ballot set Shepherd, 42, on track to succeed House Speaker Jeremy Gillam, R-Judsonia, who has led the House since 2015.

Something in the air: Valley of the Vapors Festival fills Hot Springs ...

For the 14th straight year, a few of the bands making the trek to and from the sprawling South by Southwest Music Festival in Austin, Texas, will stop in Hot Springs to play an event that's just a little more intimate but no less loved. The Valley of the Vapors Festival kicks off Friday, with bands playing at Low Key Arts, Maxine's, Adair Park and secret sites around town.

Arkansas election officials defend voter ID

Protecting the integrity of Arkansas' elections must take priority over one man's refusal to submit to the state's voter identification law, election officials told the Pulaski County circuit judge who will be considering the legality of the law in the coming days. State lawyers dispute the claim that Act 633 of 2017 requires voters to have photographic identification.

One dead another wounded in early morning Little Rock shooting

Little Rock police found a woman fatally shot and a man seriously wounded about midnight last night at 26th and Izard. Officers found a vehicle there with several bullet holes and a shot-out windshield.

Union criticizes Verizon call center closures, including in Little Rock

The Communications Workers of America has issued a statement knocking Verizon Wireless' plan to cut 3,000 of 6,500 workers at six call centers , including one in Little Rock. Those job cuts were announced in Little Rock previously.

Conductor Promotes Kim Lane to CEO

The Conductor, a public-private partnership between the University of Central Arkansas and Startup Junkie Consulting, announced Monday the promotion of Kim Lane to CEO.

Community vigil remembers 14-year-old found dead in Genesee River

Hundreds of people attended a candlelight vigil at the Blue Cross Arena at the War Memorial in Rochester on Monday night to honor the life of Trevyan Rowe, the 14-year-old boy whose body was recovered from the Genesee River on Sunday. Trevyan had autism, and when he got off a school bus on Thursday morning to go to School 12 on South Avenue, he apparently never went into the school and wandered away.

Music Review: Tribute to Fitzgerald wows audience in Little Rock

The Arkansas Symphony Orchestra did right by Lady Ella in Saturday night's concert at Little Rock's Robinson Center. The orchestra's two-hour "A Tribute to Ella" Fitzgerald showcased 22 of the songs she made so perfectly hers, from 1938's jazzy nursery rhyme, "A-Tisket, A-Tasket," her first hit, to "How High the Moon" and "It Don't Mean a Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing."

Roads less traveled

Not all roads are paved. Some are made of dirt, and there are miles and miles of these roads snaking across the Arkansas landscape.

Matthew Shepherd wins speaker's race for 2019

The Arkansas House case secret ballots after adjournment today to pick a speaker for the 2019 legislative session and the winner was Rep. Matthew Shepherd , an El Dorado Republican. He bested Rep. Andy Davis, also a Republican, who carried the baggage of being from Little Rock.

Arkansas unemployment rate unchanged in January

The University of Arkansas has scheduled a town hall meeting tonight with top campus officials as a response to a student's recent blackface photo on Snapchat. 40/29 TV reports that two law officers were shot about 7 a.m. today near Hackett in Sebastian County and at mid-afternoon came word that one of them had died.

Man fleeing police jumps off parking deck; is hospitalized

A driver who fled a traffic stop early Sunday morning by driving into the parking deck of Regions Bank and jumping over a barrier on the second floor to a ramp below is in critical but stable condition at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock police said. An incident report said an officer sought to stop a car with a headlight out at 1:50 a.m. Sunday at Fourth and Spring streets.

Slim Pickings

STATS: Varies by flavor. A serving of the Gouda flavor contains 70 calories and 5 fat, zero carbohydrate, zero fiber, zero sugar and 5 protein grams.

Voter-ID law at polls faces 1st legal test

Ken Bushe hands a photo ID to a poll worker at Laman Library in North Little Rock during voting for a North Little Rock sales-tax increase in August. It was the first election after the voter-ID law went into effect.

Annual Show Lets Newport Show Off Artists, and Itself

Little Rock painter Holly Tilley attends the Delta Visual Arts Show every year, staying at a motel in Newport.

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