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Update: NLR searching for homicide suspect

NORTH LITTLE ROCK (KTHV) - North Little Rock police are searching for a gunman who shot and killed a man Thursday around 2 a.m.

Officers say it happened at a home on Fendley Dr. The victim's has been identified as 38-year-old David Dailey. Investigators say Dailey is from the Memphis area.

Police have few clues on a suspect. If you know any information, you're asked to call North Little Rock Police at 501-755-1234. Your call will be kept confidential.

Stay with Today's THV and todaysthv.com for more information as this story develops.

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Family Promise finding safe places for homeless families

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Homeless families in Pulaksi County are finding safe places to lay their heads at night thanks to a group of churches.

The twenty-one congregations which make up Family Promise, help homeless families stay together as they strive to become independent.

Family Promise of Pulaski County houses its families in the member churches for one week at a time, and the churches provide meals, companionship, and support as well as safe shelter.

Once families enter the program the Case Manager will work with them to set goals and objectives, monitor their progression, assist them in enrolling children in school or daycare, help them with job and housing searches, identifying and applying for any benefits and/or entitlements they qualify for, and identifying and assisting them in enrolling into needed trainings and/or counseling.

Police: Dump truck driver runs red light, hits mom, kids

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Police say a man driving a dump truck ran a red light on JFK in North Little Rock and hit a mother and two children in a Jeep Cherokee. They were taken to the hospital but are expected to be OK. The dump truck driver was not taken to the hospital.

The dump truck hit the Bridal Cottage and a building next to it. There were people inside but they were not injured.

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Several storms have sprung up statewide. You view their progress using LiveView Radar at http://www.todaysthv.com/weather/myliveview.aspx. Stay with Today's THV and todaysthv.com for continuing updates.

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Wednesday forecast 8/10

Your THVideo weather forecast for Wednesday, Aug.10. Stay with "Today's THV" and todaysthv.com for updates.

ADEQ talks trash with state-wide tour

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- The Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) is conducting a state-wide tour aimed at educating Arkansas citizens about the department's work.

ADEQ will visit locations across the state for a free informational meeting.

Cecillea Pond-Mayo with ADEQ says one of the most visible and important areas they deal with is handling all the trash we throw away every day. That's why they are constantly pushing the initative of recycling.

According to ADEQ, Arkansans throw away over 8 pounds of trash per day. We only recycle about 32% of that waste.

"Make your recycling bin bigger than your trash bin," suggests Pond-Mayo.

Housing numbers expected to continue decline

UNDATED (CNN) -- Any glimmer of hope that the housing market will stage a recovery in the coming months has all but vanished. That's thanks to the recent series of bad economic news over the past several weeks.

According to an analysis of home price trends by Fiserv and Case-Shiller Indexes, it's going to take at least two years before median home prices return to levels from the first quarter of 2011.

In the wake of the S&P's credit downgrade, real estate buyers and sellers are frantic over what could happen next. The downgrade is bad news for an industry that's experienced quite a roller coaster over the past few years.

Just days after S&P caused a fire storm by clipping the government's credit rating, there is a growing concern that interest rates will rise for anyone borrowing money -- from credit cards to mortgages.