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Family of murder victim wants answers

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- A North Little Rock family, along with their community, is saying they've had their backs against the wall for the last three years and now they want answers.

On June 14, 2008 Timothy Nichols was driving to visit his family when someone in a blue car shot him.

His mother Clara Young says it was a result of being a protective father to his 15-year-old son, who was being harassed by a drug dealer.

Three years later there are no suspects and no witnesses have come forward, but the community says they won't let this become another cold case.

Young says there are witnesses, yet no one has come forward. This has sent many into action-- asking not only community members, but law enforcement to step up.

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Debt Crisis: Is there anything I can do to prepare for worst-case scenario?

UNDATED (CNN) - You've heard about the potential consequences if the nation defaults on its debt. But the question on the minds of many Americans is: Can I do anything to prepare for a worst-case scenario?

CNN's Karin Caifa rounds up advice from experts; just click the video player to watch her report.

9-11 Memorial Ceremony to be held at State Capitol

9-11 Memorial Ceremony to be held at State Capitol


ARKANSAS STATE CAPITOL, Little Rock, September 11, 2011

The Procession will begin at 13:00 hrs  (Procession Group will meet at 12:00 hrs at front of Central Fire Station 624 Chester St). Ceremony at Capitol will be at 14:00 hrs and conclude at 15:00 hrs.

To R.S.V.P. call 501-851-1337 x200 or email gglenn@maumelle.org.

Target, Salvation Army give kids a hand

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV)--Giving underprivileged kids the chance to start the school year off on a positive note. Target and Salvation Army partnered to host school supply shopping sprees across the nation this week.

In Central Arkansas, the Target in North Little Rock, Little Rock and Benton saw 60 students come through their stores Tuesday morning and fill their buggies with notebooks, pencils, uniforms and other essentials.

Myteanna Doyne is a 9-year-old who enjoyed the shopping spree. She says, "I like to do math. Math is really fun because when you come to stores you will know how much to pay."

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Tuesday forecast 7/26

Extreme heat and humidity will continue into Tuesday with only isolated chances for T'Storms. Heat advisories continue in effect through at least Tuesday and possibly be extended into mid-week.

Tuesday: Heat Advisory, Partly Cloudy, High 99. Chance of rain 20%.

Today's Living: Generic meds could make relief more affordable

UNDATED -- With a wave of patents expiring, generic versions of seven of the world's 20 best-selling drugs will soon hit the markets.

Generic competition of best selling drugs for blood pressure, asthma and diabetes will slash the cost to patients.

Doctors hope the lower prices will benefit people jeopardizing their health because they can't afford medications.

THV's Liz Massey will have more information on "Today's THV" and todaysthv.com.

Little Rock Fashion Week 2011 gets great reviews

Little Rock Fashion Week 2011 gets great reviews

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Little Rock Fashion Week 2011 has received many accolades for recent events.  Hosted by Today's THV's Ashley Blackstone and Peter Bailey of NBC's Nitecap with Peter Bailey, the Posh Expression Experience fashion show was the highlight of the week.

Showcasing fashion designers hand-selected by the producer of Little Rock Fashion Week, Brandon Campbell, all was aglow and full of excitement for the "fashionment" event (as Campbell calls it).

Located at the Statehouse Convention Center in the Peabody Hotel made for a lovely venue with much space for all who appeared at this event.  Upon entering, guests were able to view the vendor booths lining the walls of the long hallway.