Our network

Arkansas Baptist students put in 6,700 hours at 15 charities

Arkansas Baptist students put in 6,700 hours at 15 charities

LITTLE ROCK, Ark.

Community Sponsors

Experienced Tree Care Specialists Proudly Serving Central Arkansas!
Providing the very best screen printed or embroidered items!

NLR Police Athletic League receives $10,000 grant

North Little Rock, Ark. (KTHV) -- The North Little Rock Police Athletic League is receiving a big grant Monday to help fund kid's activities.

Monday at 11 a.m., a check presentation will take place at the Cameron Company, 7200 Interstate 30, in Little Rock. The Corporate Community Service Grant, for $10,000, will be presented to North Little Rock Police Athletic League (PAL) and will help fund PAL activities including Taekwondo, Baseball, Football, Cheerleading and many of the other sports activities that PAL provides at no cost to at-risk children on our communities.

Union Rescue Mission spends "Night on the Street"

Union Rescue Mission spends "Night on the Street"

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- The Union Rescue Mission (URM) is holding its Fourth Annual Night on the Street to help raise awareness and financial support for programming that touches the lives of  the homeless domestically abused and addicted here in Central Arkansas. URM’s goal is $100,000 and each involved individual will commit to spend the night on the streets, learn about the plight of those the Mission serves and assist in raising resources for the Union Rescue Mission.  Donations can be obtained by contacting friends, colleagues or family to assist in getting the person off the street.  The personal goal of those participating is $1,000.

The event will take place on Thursday, March 17 at the River Market Pavilions from 6 p.m.

NLR Police Athletic League receives $10K grant

NLR Police Athletic League receives $10K grant

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – A check presentation will take place at the Cameron Company, 7200 Interstate 30, in Little Rock on Monday, March 14.

The Corporate Community Service Grant, for $10,000, will be presented to North Little Rock Police Athletic League (PAL) and will help fund PAL activities including Taekwondo, Baseball, Football, Cheerleading and many of the other sports activities that PAL provides at no cost to at-risk children on our communities.

The North Little Rock Police Athletic League was started in 1998 by a group of Officers that wanted to make in difference in the lives of youth in our community.  PAL is based on the strong belief that sports, life skills and activities programs help instill positive social and moral values in our area youth.  If young people are reached early enough in their life journey, they can develop a strong, positive attitude toward law enforcement and with proper guidance, a better chance of a suc

Community Sponsors

Experienced Tree Care Specialists Proudly Serving Central Arkansas!

North Little Rock groups provide free prom dresses

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV)--Free prom dresses for anyone. That's the main goal for the event sponsored by North Little Rock Mayor's Youth Council and Butterfly Community Ministries.

Friday and Saturday, March 11 and 12, the two non-profit groups came together for their third annual event.

The groups accept donations of formal or prom dresses throughout the year and hold this event for high school studentws in the area who may not have much to spend on a dress for the special night. Volunteers are on hand to help the girls pick dresses, find shoes and pick accessories if they like.

And if the dress needs a little alteration? No worries, a seamstress is on site, free of charge.

Eat healthier, be happier during March Nutrition Month

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- March is National Nutrition Month, and it's time to focus on making smarter food choices and practicing healthier habits.

The National Nutrition Month Campaign is sponsored by the American Dietetic Association, and is designed to raise awareness on the importance of proper diet and exercise.

This year's theme is "Eat Right with Color." The ADA recommends the following tips:

Community Spotlight: Bethlehem House

CONWAY, Ark. (KTHV) -- Our Community Contributor Spotlight this week is on Lesley Turner with the Bethlehem House of Conway.

Turner is a regular contributor to our Conway Community website. Earlier this week, she shared the story of a group of Hendrix students who held a 24-hour vigil to raise awareness of issues facing the homeless of Faulkner County. She also shared several photographs of the event.

In a statement, Turner said, "Bethlehem House Christian Transitional Shelter is committed to meeting the immediate needs and changing the futures of homeless individuals and families in our community."