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Suspect behind Camp Robinson bank robbery captured

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Officers responded to a call on Thursday regarding a robbery at the US Bank off 3701 Camp Robinson.

According to police, the bank robbery occurred around 12:30 p.m. Bank personnel told officers that a man wearing a light colored sweatshirt, gloves and a mask, now known to be Wadye Earl Stewart, had entered the bank demanding money. The teller gave Stewart the money, and then he exited the bank.

Police were later able to locate Stewart at the Edwards Cash Saver located at 3801 Camp Robinson. After being taken into custody, Stewart admitted to police that he was involved with the US Bank robbery.

Stewart is charged with Robbery and Theft of Property.

NLR asks residents to help, report potholes

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – The City of North Little Rock is asking its residents to help while street department crews try to patch potholes.

In a Facebook post, the city asks everyone to be prepare to slow down and stop while crews are out patching the roads so repairs can be made in a timely manner.

Potholes can be reported on the NLR Report and Repair system located on the city website and on the mobile app: nlr.ar.gov

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Monthly food truck meet up in West Little Rock

Monthly food truck meet up in West Little Rock

WEST LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (LRS) – According to Little Rock Soiree, you can now find your favorite food trucks at St. Margaret's Episcopal Church on the fourth Monday of every month.

The magazine said you can expect the trucks to open shop between 5 and 8 p.m. at 20900 Chenal Parkway. It kicks off March 30.

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Body of missing man found near Gurdon

Body of missing man found near Gurdon

CLARK COUNTY, Ark. (KTHV) - Clark County Search and Rescue crews have found the body of a missing person.

Sheriff Jason Watson said the body of 24-year-old Wesley Livingston was found Tuesday sometime around 7:30 p.m. five miles from the Georgia Pacific plant in Gurdon where he worked.

Livingston was reported missing March 10. Following the issue of the missing person report, Clark County Sheriff's Office along with Ashley County Sheriff's Department, Arkansas State Police, Arkansas Game and Fish Department, Arkadelphia Police Department, Gurdon Police Department, the Clark County Office of Emergency Services and other law enforcement agencies throughout southwest Arkansas joined efforts in the search for Livingston. 

According to police, the initial discovery of Livingston's body suggested that his death was self-inflicted.  

NLRSD extending school by 72 minutes for snow days

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Some parents and students in North Little Rock are upset over the extended school days the district will implement to make up its seven snow days.

The decision to extend school days by an hour and twelve minutes came after the district issued a survey to parents and staff members.

It also took into account the 11 construction projects it plans on at least partially finishing by fall.

"We're four to five weeks behind schedule right now," said NLR assistant superintendent Beth Stuart.

Each school in the district will move its start time up by 12 minutes, and move its dismissal time back by an hour.

"All of us understand it's going to be a challenge," said Julie Drake, the district's parent involvement facilitator. Drake says she's heard complaints ranging from how will my kid eat to what about their after-school commitments.

Coach Brad Bolding requests public hearing

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - North Little Rock's former head football coach is once again requesting a public hearing.

Brad Bolding and his attorney officially filed an appeal letter on Friday. They're asking for a hearing before the school board to challenge the termination.

Bolding's first hearing was canceled last month because the school re-issued a new termination letter with more detailed allegations.

This is the result of recruiting allegations that North Little Rock turned themselves in to the AAA for involving a check written by the North Little Rock Foundation to Montez Peterson, the stepfather of NLR star athlete K.J. Hill.

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Car hits power pole on Remount Rd., closing roadway

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – On Thursday afternoon, a single vehicle accident occurred at Camp Robinson and Remount Rd.

The vehicle hit a major power pole on the roadway between Remount Rd. and Lindenhurst, causing the streets to be closed until around 8 p.m.

According to Sgt. Brian Dedrick with the NLRPD, power outages are also suspected throughout the Camp Robinson area until around 8 p.m.

No injuries were reported.

Stay with THV11 and THV11.com for more details as they become available.