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Little Rock officer embraces new job as spokesman

A Little Rock police lieutenant with ties to the department that span three generations is the agency's newest spokesman.

Teen charged in Little Rock nightclub shooting has ties to gang member killed in city in January

A man accused of firing the first shots in a gunfight that injured 28 people at a Little Rock nightclub in July has connections to a gang member slain in the city's first homicide of the year.

Draft out on program for hidden-gun toters in Arkansas; it calls for laws study, marksmanship tests

The Arkansas State Police has released a first draft of the licensing and training procedures for carrying concealed handguns in bars, public colleges and other previously forbidden places under a so-called enhanced carry law approved this year.

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Third arrest made in fatal carjacking

Little Rock police to revise shifts next year; patrol officers to work 40-hour weeks but 12-hour days

The Little Rock Police Department plans to move patrol officers from eight-hour shifts to 12-hour shifts next year to keep more officers on the streets and reduce overtime expenses.

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Arkansan arrested in attack at white supremacist rally

Federal authorities on Tuesday arrested an Arkansas man accused of beating a black man during a white supremacist rally that turned deadly in Charlottesville, Va., in August.

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Police shots, crash outside Little Rock bar leaves man dead, 2 officers injured

One person died and two officers were injured Saturday morning in a vehicle crash and an officer-involved shooting in Little Rock, the city's police chief said.

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Prominent Little Rock activist says encounter with officers shows police deficient

A prominent Little Rock anti-violence activist said a confrontation with Little Rock police at his home this week underscores racial-bias and training problems facing the department.

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Prominent Little Rock activist riled after encounter with policemen; officers mistook cellphone for gun

A confrontation between Little Rock police and a prominent anti-violence activist has created a rift between the department and one of its longtime allies in the city's fight against crime.

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Change in air for 4 Arkansas police agencies set to add drones

North Little Rock police Lt. Jim Scott removed a small black drone from his shoulder bag, unfolded the aerial device's four arms and pressed a button near its propellers.

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