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Police: Man, woman set house on fire in North Little Rock

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – On Saturday, a man and woman reportedly fled the scene after allegedly setting a house on fire.

The pictured male and female are said to have arrived at 4801 Haywood Rd. in North Little Rock. The man reportedly used a gas can to set the house on fire before both subjects fled. The vehicle is possibly a silver Nissan Altima with a sunroof and protective door strip.

Cameras facing the corner of Haywood and Prothro streets caught footage of the suspects.

The male is described as approximately 5'6" and 200-230 pounds, wearing dark-colored pants and a dark blue shirt.

If you have any information about this crime, please contact the North Little Rock Police Department.

Campbell and LRFW 2014 models visit Pinnacle Pointe Hospital

Campbell and LRFW 2014 models visit Pinnacle Pointe Hospital

Little Rock, Ark. - On July 2nd, Little Rock Fashion Week founder and executive producer Brandon D. Campbell and several models participating in LRFW 2014 events July 14-19 visited youth at Pinnacle Pointe Hospital. Campbell shared his story about growing up in Little Rock, during the height of the city's gang violence, and how he decided to make a difference in the world by being successful. Models shared their inspiration and helped give out prizes to the kids. The sixth annual LRFW is July 14-19 at various locations in Little Rock. Tickets can be purchased at www.littlerockfashionweek.com.

Camp iRock registration deadline extended to July 11

Camp iRock registration deadline extended to July 11

Little Rock, AR – The registration deadline for Camp iRock has been extended to July 11. The Arkansas Minority Health Commission (AMHC) will host the fourth annual all-girl fitness and nutrition camp, Sunday, August 10 through Saturday, August 16. The experience will take place at Ferncliff Camp and Conference Center, 1720 Ferncliff Road in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Designed exclusively for girls in sixth, seventh and eighth grades, Camp iRock offers fun educational activities, workshops and exercises aimed at promoting healthy lifestyles, physical activity and self-confidence. Forty girls from across Arkansas will be selected to attend the camp free of charge. To apply or to learn about camper criteria visit, www.campirock.com.

Noise Alert: Mortar training at Camp Robinson

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – The Arkansas National Guard is issuing a noise alert for residents around the northeastern part of Camp Robinson.

The Camp Robinson based 233rd Regional Training Institute will conduct mortar training on ranges at Robinson Maneuver Training Center.

The training will take place Wednesday between 1 and 11 p.m. on observation point one and two located in the northeastern portion of Camp Robinson near Cato and south of Hwy. 89.

It is likely that the explosive "boom" will carry outside Camp Robinson's perimeter and may potentially cause concern in the surrounding area. We request media assistance in providing the area surrounding Camp Robinson with a public awareness notice in an effort to ease concern during the training period.

Stakeholders meeting planned on carbon rules

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Environmental officials and utilities plan a public meeting to discuss new federal regulations designed to reduce the nation's carbon emissions.

Under the plan announced this month by President Barack Obama, Arkansas's goal is to cut emissions by nearly 45 percent by 2030. Arkansas gets about half its electricity from coal-fired power plants.

The Arkansas Public Service Commission and the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality are hosting a stakeholders meeting Wednesday at ADEQ headquarters in North Little Rock. Participants in Wednesday's meeting include Entergy Arkansas, Southwestern Electric Power Co., Southwest Power Pool, the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce, the Sierra Club and the Arkansas Department of Health, among others.

The group will develop recommendations for Arkansas and is expected to meet every other month through June 2015.

19-year-old killed in apartment complex parking lot

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – North Little Rock Police are investigating an early morning shooting death.

Lt. Brian Dedrick said the shooting happened around 1 a.m. Wednesday on the 600 block of West Scenic Drive. A police report showed that 19-year-old Elijah D. Walker, of North Little Rock, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police said Walker's body was taken to the Arkansas State Crime Lab for autopsy.

No suspect information has been released.

Anyone with information relating to this incident please contact the North Little Rock Police Department at (501) 680-8439; a 24 hour phone line set up for any tips on this incident.

Introducing Miss Elizabeth Turner!

Introducing Miss Elizabeth Turner!
Congratulations are in order to a member of the THV 11 extended family!     Lance Turner from Arkansas Business and his wife welcomed baby Elizabeth O'Neal Turner into the world Tuesday. She weighed six pounds, 11 ounces and was 19 and three quarter inches long.     Lance told us that mom and baby are "awesome"!