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11 NLRHS students selected for Governor's School

11 NLRHS students selected for Governor's School

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark.

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NLR football phenom offered U of A scholarship

NLR football phenom offered U of A scholarship

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- The North Little Rock School District Football family would like to Congratulate Altee Tenpenny! Last Tuesday, the sophomore received his second SEC scholarship offer, this one from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville.

Filing period for Disaster Unemployment Assistance ends June 3 for 8 counties

Filing period for Disaster Unemployment Assistance ends June 3 for 8 counties

LITTLE ROCK - Disaster Unemployment Assistance claims must be filed by June 3, 2011, for individuals affected by the severe storms, tornadoes and associated flooding that began on April 23, 2011, in Benton, Clay, Faulkner, Garland, Lincoln, Pulaski, Randolph and Saline counties.

Wednesday forecast 5/25

Violent spring weather continues to affect the southern plains and mid south. Tuesday night, severe storms will push into western Arkansas. By Wednesday afternoon, the storm system will keep an enhanced threat for severe weather and tornadoes across the eastern half of the state.

Storms should end early Thursday with a return to a more quiet weather pattern.

Tuesday Night: Mostly Cloudy, 30% T'Storms, Strong to severe storms west and north west. Low 68

Wednesday: Partly to Mostly Cloudy, 50% T'Storms, some severe. High 87

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NLR students recognized for achievements

NLR students recognized for achievements

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Forty-two North Little Rock High School East Campus students received the "Arkansas Student Achievement Award" from the Arkansas ACT Council for their performance on the PLAN (Pre-ACT) Assessment. These students are on target to meet or exceed ACT's College Readiness Benchmarks by graduation.

Tim Clark responds to bribery allegations

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Pulaski County School Board member Tim Clark responds to allegations he and another board member tried to bribe a fellow member. 

This video, taken last summer, showed an alleged bribe with PCSSD School Board Member Gwen Williams.

Williams' attorney, Proctor , says Williams didn't know that she was the victim of a staged act, according to a recent ruling from Pulaski County Prosecutor Larry Jegley.

The report said it was orchestrated by Michael Nellums, principal of Mills High School, who is now suspended, and School Board Member Tim Clark. The documents say the two set up a scenario with a hired actor portraying a contractor trying get work with the district.

PCSSD board member denies wrongdoing

PCSSD board member denies wrongdoing

The following is a statement from Tim Clark, a board member for the Pulaski County Special School District, sent via email to Today's THV.

 

To all interested,

I am extremely disappointed that reports have circulated that dispute the actual events that occurred. I am innocent and will make every effort possible to clear my name. I intend to set the record straight once and for all.  Here are the facts: 

I never asked Mr. Bennett or anyone else to contact Gwen Williams to make any type of bribe. Mr. Bennett called me a number of times and that is reflected in phone records. He asked for money, and I never gave him a cent. 

I never recruited Mr. Bennett to do anything much less provide him with a script.

I met with Mr. Bennett once and recorded the conversation. During that conversation, he again asked for money. I never gave him a cent. I told him to call the police numerous times.