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Insane Inflatable 5K coming to North Little Rock this summer


NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – The


Insane Inflatable 5K

is coming to North Little Rock this summer.

This event is a 3.1 mile obstacle course including mixed terrain and trail running complete with inflatable obstacles. It will take place at Burns Park on July 25. The race allows individual runners and team options.

Registration includes the obstacle course, a t-shirt, a medal, a runners bib, and access to the Insane Midway. The Midway includes games, music, food and more.

Prices range from $49-$100, and spectators are free.

To register, click here.


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New Flyway Brewery lands in Argenta

New Flyway Brewery lands in Argenta

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Flyway Brewing Company has found a home in Argenta at 314 Maple Street.

Magic, Comedy Show Set Thursday at The Joint

Magic, Comedy Show Set Thursday at The Joint

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Join Master Illusionist Maxwell Blade at The Joint this Thursday, Feb. 26!

The Joint is the perfect, intimate setting for Blade's family friendly magic and comedy show.  

To order tickets, call The Joint at (501) 372-0205. Be sure to get your reservations as soon as possible as there are a limited number of tickets available.

Cregeen's Pairs Dinner with Irish Whiskeys

Cregeen's Pairs Dinner with Irish Whiskeys

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Cregeen's Irish Pub is bringing you another dinner you're not going to forget!

Tuesday, March 3 at 6:30 p.m., Butcher & Public and Loblolly Creamery will bring some unique tastes that you haven't had at Cregeen's before. This time they're pairing the dinner with Irish Whiskeys. 

Join Cregeen's for a great meal, great spirits and great company in their private dining room. Hurry because tickets go quick and are limited to 20.

Call (501) 376-7468 for more information. 

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Into the Blue: An Evening with President Bill Clinton to Benefit Thea Foundation

Into the Blue: An Evening with President Bill Clinton to Benefit Thea Foundation

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Thea Foundation is excited to announce Into the Blue: An Evening with President Bill Clinton, an inaugural fundraiser to be held Wednesday, May 13, 2015, at the Clinton Presidential Library. This intimate evening will celebrate the work Thea Foundation has accomplished in its 13 years of advocating the importance of the arts in the education of Arkansas’s youth and showcase the talents of several young people who have won scholarships from the Foundation. Into the Blue is presented by Chip and Cindy Murphy, of Little Rock, and co-chaired by Dennis and Gayla Jungmeyer, of North Little Rock.

NLRSD superintendent reissues termination recommendation for Brad Bolding


NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK. (February 25, 2015) – North Little Rock School District Superintendent Kelly Rodgers issued a statement regarding the recommendation of termination of Brad Bolding, head football coach for the District. Thursday's scheduled School Board hearing is canceled and will be rescheduled if Bolding requests it.

"Our legal counsel has advised us to reissue a termination recommendation for Brad Bolding so that all findings gathered during the course of the investigation may be presented to the District School Board at the hearing," Rodgers said.

Arkansas Guard prepares teams to assist state police on highways

Arkansas Guard prepares teams to assist state police on highways

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Arkansas National Guard) - The Arkansas National Guard on Wednesday again answered the call to support the Arkansas State Police with teams of Guardsmen at area troop headquarters across South Arkansas.

As winter storm Remus began dumping significant snowfall on a majority of the southern half of the state the Arkansas National Guard received a tasking from the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management for several teams to assist the Arkansas State Police with transportation and possible assistance to stranded motorists along the highways.

The support missions were assigned to elements of the Guard’s 39th Infantry Brigade Combat Team.  Currently the Guard has three teams standing by to provide assistance.  The teams are made up of two HMMWVs and four Soldiers at each location working 12-hour shifts with the troopers.  Missions thus far total 14 Guard members and six vehicles.