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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
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Little Rock News
New US Civil Rights Trail includes 6 Little Rock locations

Little Rock Central High School is among the "Top 10" sites of importance on a U.S. Civil Rights Trail with more than 100 historic landmarks in 14 states, officials announced Monday. The announcement that six Little Rock sites are on the trail was made at the Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site Visitor Center in conjunction with the Martin Luther King Jr. Day federal holiday and the state holiday celebrating King's birthday.

Carolyn Witherspoon on How Protecting Employees a Work in Progress

Carolyn Witherspoon, director of Cross Gunter Witherspoon & Galchus of Little Rock, represents public and private employers in defending employment-related matters, including Title VII litigation, and does extensive training for employers.

Abortion-rights rally at Arkansas capitol encourages activism

People cheer in favor of DACA during a speech by Diana Pacheco at Saturday's Rally for Reproductive Justice in Little Rock. More photos are available at

Butler Center's first music awards show Tuesday

The Butler Center for Arkansas Studies will host the inaugural Central Arkansas Music Awards, which will celebrate central Arkansas music and musicians with performances and an awards presentation, 7 p.m. Tuesday, at the Ron Robinson Theater, 100 River Market Ave., Little Rock. The show is part of the the Butler Center's Arkansas Sounds series.

5 acres in west Little Rock sell for $3.4M; new owners plan restaurant, hotel

ATF Greenwood LLC of Searcy spent $2.1 million for property at 140 Marshall Road and John Harden Drive in Jacksonville. The property includes the Waterford Creek shopping center.

Public Radio funds are party's purpose

The temperature outside was dropping but The Rodney Block Collective was heating things up in the Junior League of Little Rock building on Jan. 11. The band was the Block in the fundraiser called Block, Beer and Bourbon, which raised money for University of Arkansas at Little Rock Public Radio.

Building a Freemason education

Among the early institutions of higher education chartered in Arkansas was St. Johns' College in Little Rock, created by the Arkansas General Assembly and signed into law by Gov. John S. Roane on the last day of December 1850.

The Women's March open line

Here's an open line for you and some early shots from Women's March events around the country. Big crowds reported in both Little Rock and Fayetteville, in addition to the crowd on the National Mall in Washington.

Cities Urge Congress to Stop Blame Game...

January 19, 2018 - As the deadline for Congress to pass a spending bill to fund the federal government approaches, National League of Cities President Mark Stodola, mayor of Little Rock, Arkansas, released the following statement: "For the sake of every person in every city and town in America, Congress and the White House need to stop playing blame games with the federal budget. For too long, and on too many issues, Congress has kicked the can down the road instead of demonstrating the leadership voters expect.

Buying in?

Somewhere in the papers taped to the glass wall is the start of an answer to a question a thousand student signatures had posed: Can there be football at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock? The university and its newly hired chancellor, Andrew Rogerson, announced in July that a feasibility study was commissioned to calculate the cost of a football program and measure whether there's enough financial support. On the first week of December, a coalition of feasibility firms made a home on the third floor of the Jack Stephens Center to begin the five-month process of completing the $125,000 study.

Arkansas lawmakers OK ban on disputed herbicide

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Not bad for a "Girl Going Nowhere": The ironic origins of Ashley McBryde's debut album

The National Weather Service says snowfall will develo... -- The analysis of a computer belonging to Las Vegas mass shooter Stephen Paddock revealed a "disturbing search history" and numerous images of child pornography, ... -- Next week thousands of the world's richest and most powerful players will gather in the tiny Swiss town of Davos.Each year the town high in... LITTLE ROCK, Ark.

Country Newcomer Ashley McBryde is Out for a Good Time in 'American Scandal' Video: Premiere

In the new video for the sultry "American Scandal," the country singer/songwriter visibly winces as she gets a new tattoo on camera, but then in appropriately country fashion she drinks off the pain. The clip, directed by Horatio Baltz, follows a typical day for McBryde in her Little Rock, Ark.

Mother, child shot near North Little Rock

Around 6:30 am received a call in reference to a shooting at the McCain Place apt. Initial information a mother with three children was outside the building when she was approached by subject with a ski mask.

Little Rock School District receives six proposals for Woodruff school

After a proposal to develop the vacant Woodruff school for apartments fell through, the Little Rock School District asked for new proposals and I've now received a list of six expressions of interest, which were outlined at a recent neighborhood meeting. Moses Tucker real estate had been chosen as a buyer with a proposal to redevelop the building on Seventh Street, near Woodrow, for apartments and other uses, but decided it was too expensive.

Little Rock native judge starts appellate career with an alarming bang

John Bush, the Little Rock native lawyer appointed by Donald Trump to the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals over widespread criticism given his harshly ideological past, has started his appellate career with a bang. From Slate, an article headlined "An awful ruling from one of Trump's worst judicial appointees": Donald Trump has nominated a number of egregiously unqualified and objectionable people to the federal judiciary, but thus far only one truly outrageous nominee has been confirmed.

Arkansas hog farm granted stay to appeal permit denial

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - A hog farm in northern Arkansas has been permitted to continue operating while it appeals the state's decision to deny it a new permit in the Buffalo River's watershed.

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