|NLR Employee Honored For Service
The city of North Little Rock spent Thursday afternoon honoring their oldest employee.
|Bikes Stolen From Charitable Non-profit
Despite the bike being free, for somebody, it apparently wasn't worth the wait.
|Web Extra: Extented Interview with Glen Owens--Criminal Profiler
Kevin Kelly talks with Glen Owens, a criminal profiler with knowledge on the Texarkana Phantom killer.
|Thieves 'Hunting' For Expensive Equipment
The Austin Police Chief says thieves target hunters cars this time of year, looking for expensive equipment.
|The Texarkana Phantom Killer: Part 2
The Texas Department of Public Safety called it the number one unsolved murder case in Texas history. The Phantom killer terrorized the town of Texarkana in 1946, killing five people and brutally injuring three others.
|The Texarkana Phantom Killer: Part 1
A cold case unsolved for nearly 70 years is now back in the spotlight thanks to historian author James Presley. After decades of research, he believes he has finally unlocked the mystery surrounding the Phantom Killer.
|Bailiff Shoved Down A Flight of Stairs
A man walks into the Lonoke County Courthouse and leaves after a scuffle with a bailiff.
|Web Extra: Extended Interview with James Presley
Kevin Kelly sits down with author James Presley who has investigated the Phantom Killer.
|Sherwood Mother Wants Justice for Hit and Run Death of Child
The mother of a little boy killed in a hit-and-run crash in Sherwood fears there will never be justice for the suspect.
|Update: NLR Police Arrest Centennial Bank Burglary Suspect
Early Wednesday morning a black male wearing a red skull cap, bandanna, navy blue and gray jacket, white shirt, and dark jeans shattered a glass door in order to break into the Centennial Bank at 3811 McArthur.