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Kites to be let loose in Little Rock

Kites to be let loose in Little Rock

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Let your spring kite fly at the 2015 Kite Festival Sunday. 

On April 26, near the Radha Madhave Temple at 9301 Frazier Pike, crowds will gather to release their kites for all to see. 

The event will start at 11 a.m. and will last until 6 p.m. They will be selling kites and firkis at the event, in case you don't have one. There will also be snacks available at a first come first serve basis. 

Drinking and smoking is prohibited at the festival. 

For more information on the Kite Festival, email KITEFESTIVALLR@gmail.com

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NLRPD hosting car seat safety event

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (NLRPD) – A recent study by the American Academy of Pediatrics indicates as many as 93 percent of parents make at least one mistake while buckling their child into a car seat.

On Saturday, April 25, the North Little Rock Police Department will help parents be confident in their car seat usage when they host a Car Seat Check event at McCain Mall from 8am – 1pm. During the Car Seat Check event at McCain Mall, North Little Rock Police Officers who are certified technicians will be on hand to check the size, fit, and installation of every car seat, and answer parents' questions regarding proper usage.

NLR High School begins licensing logos

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark.(KTHV) - Logos are one of the most prized symbols of a high school brand. Now, North Little Rock High School wants more control of their Charging Wildcat logo.

Collegiate and professional sports teams have been licensing their brand for years, but now Brian Brown, director of purchasing for the district, says they want to do the same.

"We wanted to protect our brand. Make sure only official marks are used. We wanted to police the commerce of items that have our protected brands on there."

Brown says they wanted to create a revenue stream that would benefit students and teachers.

The licensing will cost $200 for vendors and a 15 percent royalty on each item sold.

But the district's decision is not sitting well with many vendors like Jason Johns who sells North Little Rock merchandise.

Little Rock hosts "Operation Drug Take Back" in multiple locations

Little Rock hosts "Operation Drug Take Back" in multiple locations

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Have any unused or expired drugs?

On Saturday, April 25 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., there will be several locations in Little Rock collecting and properly disposing of unused or unwanted drugs. 

Some of the locations include:

  • Little Rock Police Department at 700 W. Markham
  • Arkansas Children's Hospital at #1 Children's Way
  • Remedy Drugs at 8511 West Markham
  • Walgreens at Cantrell and Taylor Loop

The Little Rock Police Department will also be offering free food and entertainment at their event. They encourage anyone with expired prescriptions or even over-the-counter drugs to bring them to one of the listed drop-off points.

For more information about this campaign, visit www.artakeback.org


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Moving sale off Kingsrow Drive Saturday

Moving sale off Kingsrow Drive Saturday

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - A moving sale is being held Saturday, April 25 at 230 Kingsrow Dr. in Little Rock, Ark. 

The moving sale will begin at 8 a.m. and will last until 3 p.m.

Some things being sold at the moving sale include:

  • antique dining room table and hutch
  • work bench
  • antique dressing table
  • metal cabinet

NLR mosquito patrol begins tonight

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – Warm weather is here, and so are the mosquitoes!

Mosquito control will begin making its rounds though the city of North Little Rock on Monday night.

The sprayers will run Monday through Thursday from 7 p.m. until 11 p.m. each evening through the end of October.

As for safety precautions, the city uses only EPA approved green chemicals which are certified by the Arkansas State Plant Board, and around schools and daycares, they use coconut oil.

North Little Rock's Director of Communications, Nathan Hamilton, says they want to keep everyone comfortable and safe.

Public input brings changes to NLR parks

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – Changes are coming to North Little Rock's Burns Park, and local leaders want the public's input.

The North Little Rock Parks and Recreation Commission met on Monday night to hear from residents about what they want from the parks department.

Crestview Park even stemmed from an idea that came from a North Little Rock Parks and Recreation Commission meeting, so officials are hopeful.

The most recent idea is a completely handicap accessible playground.

"Most of our parks are handicap accessible by ADA standards in that they have a wood fabric carpet, but this is a special. This one is totally 100 percent accessible…" said Bob Rhoads, director of NLR Parks and Recreation.