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A Place to Call Home: Kayleigh, Lexie and Layla

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. KTHV) -- Through our partnership with the Department of Human Services, THV 11 saw how much the three young girls up for adoption have suffered, yet the hope of finding a new family still runs strong.

Kayleigh, 8, is the oldest of the three, and she's extremely curious and outgoing. She's also the one who remembers the horror most.

"Sad, I get real mad," said Kayleigh.

"Me too," added 4-year old Lexie. "I start crying. It was really sad." Lexie remembers but struggles to understand.

"They're adopting us to have a new mommy and daddy," Lexie shared. "Because our other family made bad choices. They fighted. My daddy fight with my mommy."

The baby of the bunch is Layla, who is only two.

"She's just a little bit shy," explained Lexie.

LRFW's Campbell named a "style setter" by magazine

LRFW's Campbell named a "style setter" by magazine

Little Rock – Brandon D. Campbell, the founder of Little Rock Fashion Week, is named by Arkansas Life magazine as a Style Setter.  

“This is a great honor,” says Campbell. “I’m prideful to be recognized by a credible magazine such as Arkansas Life for my contributions to my home state. I appreciate those who've allowed me to share my vision to entertain through my ventures. I’m thankful for my family, staff, and supporters.”

In the April issue of Arkansas Life it celebrates “the design savvy Arkansans who influence and inspire us – and prove this really is the land of opportunity.”

Click here to read the full article.

Suspect named in deadly NLR shooting

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- North Little Rock police have released the name of a suspect wanted for murder.

NLRPD says Samuel Marquis Douglas, 18, is wanted for capital murder in the death of Xavier Woods.

Woods, 20, was shot to death in front of the Exxon at 3800 Camp Robinson Monday night.

Douglas is described as 5'9" weighing 160 pounds with several tattoos. He has "Antion" on his left hand, "RIL" on his right hand, "Tator" on his left forearm, "Lil Mike" on his left forearm, and two small tear drops under right eye.

(Source: North Little Rock Police Dept.)

Victim identified in NLR homicide

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - North Little Rock police released the identity of the victim in Monday night's deadly shooting.

Police were called to the Exxon station at 3800 Camp Robinson just before midnight, when they found one victim dead of a gunshot wound.

Sgt. Brian Dedrick said the victim is 20-year-old Xavier Woods.

This investigation is still ongoing more information regarding this incident will be released as it becomes available.

(Source: North Little Rock Police Dept.)

NLR's "Finding Safe Routes to School" walks connect schools with neighborhoods

From Fit 2 Live:

(NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR, April 2, 2013) - The City of North Little Rock is partnering with the North Little Rock School District to conduct "Finding Safe Routes to School" walks around four elementary schools in April and May - Lakewood, Amboy, Boone Park, and Meadow Park. By actively walking the area around each school, these events will gather public input on improving connections between neighborhoods and school campuses to encourage students, parents, and residents to walk, bike or wheel to and from the schools.

Red Wolves Defeated 9-6 in Series Finale With FIU

MIAMI, Fla. (3/31/2013) - Collin Massanelli delivered a two-out, RBI single in the top of the ninth to tie the score, but Josh Anderson delivered a 3-run walk-off home run in the bottom of the eleventh inning to give FIU a 9-6 victory.

The Red Wolves suffered their first series sweep of the season and fell to 16-13 overall and 4-5 in Sun Belt Conference play. FIU improved 15-12 and 5-4 in league play.

Before Massanelli's game-tying single, Logan Uxa reached on an error by the first baseman and Claude Johnson walked to put runners on first and second. After Ryan Roberts struck out, Massanelli tied the game with his single. ASU pinch hit Ethan Yeo for Alex Potts and Yeo was intentionally walked to get to Austin Baker. Baker struck out to end ASU's threat.

Travs Arrive Monday, Practice Tuesday & Wednesday

NORTH LITTLE ROCK - The Arkansas Travelers are wrapping up spring training in Arizona and making the final adjustments to the team roster as opening day approaches. The full roster is scheduled to arrive at Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport in Little Rock on Monday, April 1. Open practices are planned for Tuesday, April 2 at 7 p.m. and Wednesday, April 3 at 2 p.m.

The Travs invite fans and media to visit Dickey-Stephens Park during the practices to take a look at the team free of charge. Concessions will be available for purchase at the Monday, April 2 practice only. Media are invited to meet with Travs players and coaches at 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday before practice.

Tickets for Opening Day on April 4 are available for purchase with prices ranging from $6 to $12 for tickets. Purchases can be made over the phone at (501) 664-1555 during regular business hours or fans can choose and print their seats at Travs.com.