Political Plays of the Week with Bill Vickery and Jessica DeLoach break down top political moves this. Mitt Romney endorsing Asa Hutchinson and Tom Cotton this week. Senator Mark Pryor releasing an ad about his battle with cancer.
The Arkansas Travelers playing their last home weekend series kicking off tonight. Tonight will feature fireworks.
Come out to True Holiness Saints Center August 24th, 2014 at 11:00 AM for College Day. It's guaranteed to be one BIG event! And if you're been looking for a chance to meet, hang-out and worship with believers from your campus, there's no better time. You can expect: Relevant Word Authentic Worship A Word from the Community - Tom Courtway, President of University of Central Arkansas. Terry Kimbrow, President of Central Baptist, Wayne Clark, Representing Hendrix College. Mayor Tab Townsell, Chief A.J.Gary, Conway Chief of Police and other Community leaders.
This month, Mellow Mushroom is celebrating their 40th Anniversary, and in a very exciting way. All month long, Mellow Mushroom will also be hosting a contest for customers to win a trip to Amsterdam for two. Customers will be able to pose with a backdrop in each Mellow of the first Mellow Mushroom location and post it to Instagram with #40YearsBaked or upload that image directly to <www.40yearsbaked.com> to enter. The founders had a simple dream: to make the most delicious, craveable slice of pizza on the planet.Mellow Mushroom has recently expanded to more than 170 locations in 18 states, while retaining its mission of serving unparalleled pizza and cold craft beer in an unforgettable environment. Each Mellow Mushroom location is a unique, one of a kind design, with the same core menu. Mellow Mushroom Pizza Bakers is opening new restaurants throughout the country, including recent and upcoming launches in Atlanta, Washington, D.C., Dallas, Denver, New Orleans, Orlando and Miami. The core of Mellow Mushroom's menu is its handcrafted, stone-baked pizza made with wheat flour and Appalachian spring water-based mellow dough; tomato sauce made from vine-ripened, hand-selected tomatoes picked within hours of harvest; and part-skim aged mozzarella with no preservatives
The Arkansas Travelers have their final games of the regular season this weekend and Monday. Also this weekend is our own Mallory Brooks' birthday. Otey decided to help Mallory celebrate today.
THE JOINT Hosts 1st Annual Music Festival "Jointstock" to Raise Proceeds & Awareness for Multiple Sclerosis North Little Rock (Argenta) Saturday, August 23rd 11:00 AM - 12:00 AM The Joint will be hosting an all-day music festival that will raise awareness and proceeds for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Local craft beers will be on special all day. The funds raised will help support the over 400,000 Americans faced with this disease. This year the following acts will be performing: 5 Point Cove Leta Joyner TwiceSax John Willis & The Misses Zach McKenzie Brown Soul Shoes Bryan Frazier "The Alpha Ray" Collin vs. Adam Rena Wren The Dangerous Idiots The Big Dam Horns Stand-up comics: Will Ehrl and Jack Wilks The Joint Venture (Comedy Improv troupe) "Jointstock" MS fundraiser costs $10 to enter. There will be raffle tickets for sale for a chance to win various prizes & gift cards throughout the day! If you would like to show your support while also making a difference for MS awareness, please contact Adam Farrell at Joinststock2014@gmail.com for more information on how to make your donation.
Football season is almost upon us! Which teams will you be rooting for this year in high school, college and NFL?
KARK 4 Today A Block for Emmy Nominations
During Mallory Brooks recent trip to New York City she sat down with NBC Today Show Anchor Natalie Morales to talk about balancing the crazy hours of the morning shift and being a mom.
Uber is evolving the way the world moves. By seamlessly connecting riders to drivers through our apps, we make cities more accessible, opening up more possibilities for riders and more business for drivers. From our founding in 2009 to our launches in over 70 cities today, Uber's rapidly expanding global presence continues to bring people and their cities closer.
August is breastfeeding awareness month, which is aimed at empowering women to commit to breastfeeding. What potential or expecting mothers need to know is that breastfeeding is important with extraordinary benefits to both mother and child. There are also many free resources out there for mothers who have questions, concerns, need help or just want support from other mothers, including the free lactation support group at CRHS.
Bran aka Stripes. Bran is a ten month old blue heeler mix who was given to the Humane Society of Pulaski County in May with four siblings. He is a bit skittish with all the new things outside the shelter but who wouldn't be when that's all you have known. He is opening up very well and is a great dog. He is quiet and very calm for still being a puppy. Bran is loving and is going to make someone a great companion! 1. dog wash in north little rock at first Methodist church on JFK, next to firehouse. Saturday august 16, 9-2, $15 donation per dog, regardless of size 2. mark your calendar for September 13. (Saturday) "brews and barks" beer tasting, at diamond bear brewing co., 600 n. Broadway, 2-5, $25 advance plus hot dog cook off contest!!
What do you think of these renovation plans for Clinton National Airport? A modernized concourse interior, new gate lounge seating with in-set recharge for portable devices, baggage claim upgrades and more. The multi-million dollar project is awaiting approval from the city.
On September 1, 2014 Aaron Nolan will take on a new role as KARK 4 Today co-anchor along side Mallory Brooks. During a trip to New York City Nolan sat down with Today Show anchor Matt Lauer to talk about being a morning show anchor and one of Nolan's favorite things...the Arkansas Razorbacks.
Doves may be taken only with shotguns.Shotguns must be incapable of holding more than three shells in the magazine and chamber combined. Lead shot may be no larger than shot size BB. Non-toxic shot may be no larger than shot size T. Legal shooting hours are from 30 minutes before sunrise to sunset.
The Little Rock Board of Directors delayed a final vote on regulations for so-called private club during its meeting Tuesday. Opponents of earlier closing hours for nightclubs packed the meeting, hoping to voice their concerns.
It doesn't take much of a "nudge" to show today's grandparents how useful technology can be. Seventy-one percent of seniors who use the Internet go online every day or almost every day and 11 percent go online three to five times per week. Half of those users are on social media sites such as Facebook or LinkedIn. From the tech-beginner to the tech-savvy, here are some ideas to for this Grandparents Day. Samsung Galaxy S5 (only if asked: $199.99 w/ 2yr. agreement) · If your grandparent hasn't quite jumped on the technology bandwagon, a smartphone is a great place to start. With this smartphone, grandparents can connect with the grandkids through calls, photos and texts. · With photo-sharing apps like Shoto, you can instantly create and share pictures as you're taking them with your entire family. This allows them to experience events like a trip to Paris or the lake from their grandkid's point of view. · From a grandchild's first steps to graduation day, the Samsung Galaxy S5 allows grandparents to capture and share those precious moments with family and friends. Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet (only if asked: $499.99 w/ 2yr. agreement) Families are busy these days - and grandma and grandpa can't be everywhere. · The Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet is brand new - and it's a great tool in helping make sure you don't miss little Johnny's football game. · This tablet is lightweight - weighing less than a pound - so it's easy to hold while capturing videos of a birthday party, watching movies with the grandkids, or skyping with the grandkids when you just want to pop in and say "Hi." · The front-facing speakers provide clear and impactful sound that are great for cozy movie nights on the couch with your grandkids ZEPP Golf Sense (only if asked: $149.99) With free time on their hands, many grandparents play golf together - and certainly more than they have ever played. · ZEPP Golf Sense is a sensor that syncs with your smartphone to give instant feedback on Grandpa's or Grandma's swing. You can analyze the movements of every swing in 3D from every angle. · Simply attach the lightweight sensor on your glove - and play golf! · You get a full angle of your swing plane and recommendations for improving your swing - all sent to your smartphone. · You can also compare the data of any two swings and replay them simultaneously from any angle. · The ZEPP Golf app allows you to compare the data for each swing side by side. You can also compare your swing to a database of PGA coaches and pros. · This is made for ensuring Grandpa's or Grandma's swing is perfect for the next family golf trip. ZEPP Tennis (only if asked: $149.99) · ZEPP Tennis is designed to measure the intricate details of your skilled tennis swing. · Not only does ZEPP Tennis measure the number of shots hit by stroke, but also the type of spin and where the ball is contacting the string bed. · ZEPP Tennis also offers a 3D, 360 view of your serve, as well as stats on your racquet speed, potential ball speed, a spin measurement, backswing time, and impact time. iHealth Blood Pressure Monitor (only if asked: $99.99) · Here is an easy way for the grandparents in your life to measure their blood pressure, heart rate and pulse wave wirelessly. · The free iHealth app on your smartphone or tablet syncs the monitor to your device. · The app will track your blood pressure history and can share the results with your doctor to ensure your grandparents are in good health.
Obviously we just got back from New York City. a lot of cool things happening behind the scenes. what was your favorite? my favorite part, my goodness, probably talking to Matt and Natalie. and just seeing how genuine and kind they both are. getting advice on how Natalie balances being a mother and also doing the crazy morning show. she was so kind and it was so much fun to see behind the scenes to see how they do the production and to the set for Kathie lee and Hoda. to see that there is someone who actually brings in the wine glasses. that's his job to bring in the wine for Kathie Lee and Hoda. it's a whole different ball game in new york, but it was a lot of fun. you know i kind of liked you know unforunately as a men we do wear make-up. and they did our make-up for us. and do you know where i was sitting, right behind me was kim kardashian's dressing room. most of the cab drivers we road with, they didn't say much. this guy did. he got in a little altercation with another cabbie and then we drove up to the airport and he said do you know what the mets stand for? naturally we said metropolitans. i'm a sports guy, i knew that. but instead he came up with this...my entire team sucks. he's a new yorker. he knows it. he says it like it is. we got there really early tuesday morning. i think we got to the hotel about 1 in the morning. we were a few blocks from times square and as a team we said we can't let this opportunity go. we had to walk. so we went to times square. it was a lot of fun. the guys had ray's orginal famous pizza. ray's famous orginal pizza. "i'm looking at ray's pizza. do you know where that is?" "is it famous ray's" "no it's orginal ray's" "famous orginal ray's" "it's just orginal jerry." it was a lot of fun. it's so bright. you know it's the middle of the night but you would think it's the middle of the afternoon. so many flashing lights. everybody taking pictures. just the hustle and bustle of new york city was so much fun to watch...even in the middle of the night. and then we got there and i had to do the Jen Bielema throwing the a. so we have a picture of me throwing the a in times square. you know you always try to bring a little Arkansas with you. we hope to do it again someday. new york. we'll be back.
Little Rock's largest interchange is changing again. Lanes will be closing here over the next month overnight in order for workers to complete some minor work. During that time they will be painting the bridges, beams and travel lanes. as well as removing the wooden decking and safety platforms under some of the completed overpasses. Once that work is done, three parts of the interchange will open including the fly-over for 430 North and 630 East, an access road near Baptist Hospital and the Shakleford Road Overpass. Randy Ort from the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department commented on the changes, "That will put traffic in a new area, it will allow us to take out some of the temporary pavement that's been in place that's had to handle traffic through the construction." According to Highway and Transportation Officials, that work will be completed in the next two the three months. Officials say the interchange is a balance between safety and mobility and will be easier to navigate. The entire project is expected to be done in eight months.
Pine Bluff Police are investigation a homicide. It happened about 2:20 this morning in the area of 15th and Mulberry. When police arrived they found the body of man in a car. He was apparently shot. Right now police do not have any suspects in the case.
Easter Seals is hosting their annual event called Rollin' on the River. The event is a 5K race/2K walk taking place on August 23, 2014. The race starts in front of the President Clinton Library at 7:00 am. At 8:00 am the 2K Family Fun walk starts.This year's presenting sponsor is Qualchoice Health Insurance and the wellness sponsor is Little Rock Church of Christ. The 5K course is a USATF certified. Easter Seals ambassadors will be on hand to support children and adults with disabilities during the walk. There will be food and kids activities like a bouncy house, games, and petting zoo. To register for the 5K or 2K, call 501-227-3700 or register at www.rollinontheriver.org
KARK 4 Today anchor Matt Mosler is joining a family as they prepare for their first day of school. In this clip Matt gets the kids loaded in the car and sends them off for their first day of the 2014-2015 school year.
Pediatrics Plus officially marked its grand opening with a ribbon cutting at its new 23,000-square foot facility in Russellville. The $4 million acquisition and renovation of the former Hog Wild Fun Center was announced in January. Additionally, Pediatrics Plus is in the process of hiring and providing 50 new job opportunities for residents of the River Valley community.c
Formerly known as Forest Heights Elementary is now Forest Heights Stem Academy. The school transitioned from an elementary school to a K-8 school with an emphasis on math and science. The school is one of the first in state and hopes to make it easier transition between elementary and middle school. The school started a new program called " Project Lead the Way". Six teachers trained in project lead the way- engineering, problem based learning. This is the first school in LRSD to have Project Kead the Way. For grades Kindergarten through 5th the program is a lunch based study. For grades 6th through 9th there is a full time teacher for each of the grade levels, students spend one hour a day within the class. Around 650 students are participating in the program this year.
Molly Maid of Greater Little Rock joins Mallory Brooks in the studio to talk about 3 Back to School Time-Saving Tips for cleaning your house. Going back to school has never been easier with these three time-saving tips from Molly Maid. Streamline your morning routine with these back to school tips. 1. Have your kids pick out their clothes for the week on Sunday. Get dressed, eat, brush your teeth, check your backpack and head out. Routines get established when decision making is limited. Help automate your morning routine by helping your kids pick out clothes for the week. It can also help identify any items that need to be washed. 2. Pre-pack lunches a week at a time. Preparing lunches with juice boxes, snacks and your kid's favorite items a week at a time is a simple way to save time when going back to school. 3. Have bath time at night. By making bath time a leisurely activity to help your child wind down at night instead of something to rush and get done in the morning, you save time when it’s most precious. For more information visit mollymaid.com or call 501-758-9996
KARK 4 Today anchor Matt Mosler is joining a family as they prepare for their first day of school. In this clip Matt makes chocolate chip pancakes for breakfast for the Semans kids,
Formerly known as Forest Heights Elementary is now Forest Heights Stem Academy. The school transitioned from an elementary school to a K-8 school with an emphasis on math and science. The school is one of the first in state and hopes to make it easier transition between elementary and middle school.
KARK 4 Today anchor Matt Mosler is joining a family as they prepare for their first day of school. In this clip Matt helps the Semans kids pick out their outfits for their first day of school.
KARK 4 Today anchor Matt Mosler is joining a family as they prepare for their first day of school. In this clip Matt finds a unique way to wake the Semans kids.
Political Plays of the Week include: Governor Beebe's participating in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, the topic of abolishing the office of Lieutenant Governor.
Thousands expected at Graceland to remember Elvis Presley on the anniversary of his death. Each year, fans of Presley's music and movies come to Memphis for Elvis Week, the weeklong celebration of his life and career. Presley died on Aug. 16, 1977, of a heart attack after battling prescription drug abuse. 8:30 p.m. Gates of Graceland. After an opening ceremony at the gates of Graceland, fans are invited to walk up the driveway to Elvis' grave-site and back down carrying a candle in quiet remembrance. Free admission. No tickets or reservations. Gates remain open until all who wish to participate in the procession have done so, which typically takes until the early morning hours of August 16, the anniversary date of Elvis' passing. Free secured parking at the Graceland visitor center complex after 6:00 p.m.
In the late stages of pregnancy, you're waiting on pins and needles for the moment when labor begins. And, in fact, so is your OB/GYN. Despite giving you a due date, your doctor can't predict exactly when your baby will arrive. While your doctor may want to be present for your labor and delivery, that isn't always possible. Enter the laborist. A laborist is an OB/GYN who specializes in caring for women in labor and delivering babies. The laborist works on site at the hospital, devoting his or her full attention to any woman who arrives in labor. Once a patient is admitted, the laborist is responsible for her care through delivery of her baby or until the patient's personal doctor arrives. The advantage of having laborists at a hospital is that a fully trained, well-rested obstetrician is physically available 24 hours a day. Laborists don't have to juggle a busy office schedule with on-call obligations. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists asserts that this model enhances patient safety and leads to better outcomes for mother and baby. Laborists are used on a voluntary basis; a patient and her personal doctor can decide whether to turn care over to a laborist. Many women develop a personal, trusting relationship with their OB/GYN and may be uncomfortable with the prospect of seeing a different doctor while they're in the hospital. In this case, the patient should talk to her doctor about having the laborist provide progress updates so he or she and can seamlessly turn care over when the personal doctor arrives. A laborist can be a key member of a woman's health care team when that long-awaited moment arrives: The baby is coming!
Saturday, August 16, 2014 - 7:00am Join us bright and early for a run at Murray Park in Little Rock. This is a great event for runners and families. This year our 5K will be officially timed. We welcome skilled runners, walkers, kids, strollers, etc to enjoy the event. Come out and get active while assisting local breastfeeding support groups. Proceeds benefit local area Breastfeeding Support groups Cost: Preregister $20.00 Event theme shirts to the first 150 preregistered runners/walkers Registration day of race 6-7:00 am at Murray Park Overall awards for top three male and female runners Awards will be given three deep in the following age groups: 0-9, 10-14, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-+ in both male and female runners Race will be chip timed by Mac's Race Timing Service Mail forms with checks payable to" ABC, PO Box 85, Dennard, AR 72629 More info: Contact Lena Strickland 501-350-2353
Have you had a chance to check out the new SEC Network yet? What's your initial reaction?
Greg Dee dances in honor of two $500.00 donations to the Arkansas Rice Depot. Two women from Arkansas Rice Depot joined in on the dance. Cities ranging from Conway to White Hall called in to KARK 4 Today to donate. During the two hours on air KARK and Arkansas Rice Depot raised over $10,000.
Congressman Tim Griffin shares his thoughts on the following topics. 1. House work to address the current immigration crisis a. The immigration package that the House will vote on Thursday b. Congressman Griffin is cosponsoring a bill to require notification of governors before unaccompanied minors are transferred to their states c. Congressman Griffin is also planning a trip to the border for next week 2. The Veterans Affairs health care reform bill that the House will vote on this week (agreement between House and Senate) 3. House lawsuit against President Obama for executive actions 4. Recent work in Ways and Means Committee, including two Subcommittee hearings a. Subcommittee on Social Security is holding a hearing today on information for workers planning for retirement b. Subcommittee on Human Resources is holding a hearing tomorrow on state subsidized jobs programs designed to move individuals from welfare to work.
Maude is the Humane Society's Pet of the Week. Maude is about five years old and she is a beautiful cattle dog mix. She is only about 25-30 lbs. Maude was found as a stray before coming to the Humane Society in June. She is very well behaved. She is a calm, laid-back girl and she gets along well with everyone. 1. Dog Wash At Kroger On Cantrell & Polk, Saturday August 16, 9-2, $15 Donation Per Dog, Regardless Of Size 2. We Are Ready To Accept Sponsorships, And Donations Of Merchandise, Services, And Gift Certificates For Reigning Cats And Dogs This Fall. Debbie@Warmhearts.Org
All eyes will be on Fayetteville as the Hogs soccer team will host Creighton at Razorback Field and all elements of the production will come straight out of Fayetteville. The University spent 7 million dollars on this a state of the art TV facility in Bud Walton arena and after 18 months of hard work, the University says it's one of the biggest days for this program. There's a celebration of the network's launch at 4:30 this afternoon leading up to the soccer game at seven. The network will host live look-ins on the game and you can watch the entire game on SEC Network Plus.
Our morning show team traveled to NYC to visit Matt Lauer and Natalie Morales.
Hillcrest Artisan Meats is a artisan meat shop providing locally-sourced, natural and organic meats and charcuterie products. H.A.M. is located in the heart of the Hillcrest neighborhood. In addition to charcuterie their meat selection will vary with farmer availability: pork, chicken, turkey, duck, beef, lamb and buffalo. Offering sandwiches and soup. Menu changes daily. They are committed to supporting local, sustainable farms in Arkansas.
The 2014 World Champion Squirrel Cook Off is taking place in Bentonville, AR on the downtown Bentonville square, on September 13th. The World Champion Squirrel Cook Off captures the spirit of this new trend and synthesizes aspects of the competitive food circuits such as the massively popular BBQ Competitions. With the firm Ozark tradition of not only hunting, but eating wild game, specifically squirrel, combined with the culinary renaissance that is blossoming in the hunting world, the stage is set in Arkansas to develop a cooking competition that will draw both competitors and attendees from far and wide. The novelty of cooking and eating Squirrels is enough to attract mainstream national media attention while the tradition of wild game eating is enough to attract hunters. Where hunters go, the hunting industry follows. Additionally there are the aspects of interest from trained chefs and the industry and "foodie" tourism that inherently follows. In the past years the World Champion Squirrel Cook Off (WCSCO) has grown in size and popularity. With teams from around the nation competing to Bentonville to see who can create the finest squirrel dish in the world. Teams from Maryland, Ohio, Arizona, California, Texas and at least 10 other states have faced the judges. Money raised by the event is donated to charity. The rules state that all teams must prepare their entrées onsite; no off site prep is allowed. Teams (3 people) have only 2 ½ hrs. to create their dish. This dish will be judged by a panel of true squirrel eaters, folks who know what good food should taste like.
The Tonight Show just ran a segment listing Little Rock as Hillary Clinton's hometown. Do you consider Hillary an Arkansas native?
The most frequently cited risk factors for suicide are: Mental disorders, in particular: Depression or bipolar (manic-depressive) disorder, Alcohol or substance abuse or dependence, Schizophrenia, Borderline or antisocial personality disorder, Conduct disorder (in youth), Psychotic disorders; psychotic symptoms in the context of any disorder, Anxiety disorders, Impulsivity and aggression, especially in the context of the above mental disorders, Previous suicide attempt, Family history of attempted or completed suicide, Serious medical condition and/or pain It is important to bear in mind that the large majority of people with mental disorders or other suicide risk factors do not engage in suicidal behavior. SUICIDE (501) 364-3400 or (866) 611-3445 www.archildrens.org/injury_prevention. Sources: Center for Disease Control and Prevention Nationally, suicide is the 11th leading cause of death among Americans. Arkansas is ranked 17th in the country for suicide - an average of 368 Arkansans take their own life each year. The Numbers Men make up the majority of suicides at 81 percent. Men commit suicide at a rate almost Five times higher then women. White, non-hispanics account for 92 percent of suicide deaths. Although only 12 percent of the national population, people 65 and older accounted for 16 percent of suicide deaths in 2004.In Arkansas, suicide is the third leading cause of death for 15-24 year olds, the fourth leading cause for 35-44 year olds and the fifth leading cause for 10-14 year olds. From 1999-2005, 30-49 year olds in Arkansas had the highest suicide rates at 40 percent. In Arkansas, Statewide there are a total of 2,057 suicide attempts a year, which average a cost of $7,822 a case.
To celebrate the new school year, the Clinton Foundation will host its annual Head of the Class Bash. The first 1,000 children who arrive at the Bash will receive a FREE backpack filled with school supplies. (Children must be present to receive a backpack. One backpack per child.) In addition, children will receive FREE school supplies and participate in FREE activities, as well as receive coupons for FREE haircuts and FREE immunizations from the Arkansas Health Department. Kaplan Test Prepwill be giving away Free Online ACT and SAT prep courses for high school students. * FREE ADMISSION DAY- PRESIDENT CLINTON'S BIRTHDAY Celebrate President Clinton's birthday with a FREE admission day. Enjoy birthday cupcakes prepared by on-site restaurant, Forty Two, while they last! And the first 100 visitors can take home a world famous Hope watermelon. Take advantage of the opportunity to see the special temporary exhibit, "Chihuly," as well as all the permanent exhibits. WHEN: Saturday, August 16, 2014 * HEAD OF THE CLASS BASH Backpack giveaway begins at 9 a.m. FREE activities begin at 10 a.m. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. * FREE ADMISSION DAY 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. WHERE: Clinton Presidential Center 1200 President Clinton Ave. Little Rock, AR 72201
BACK TO SCHOOL ADVICE · Eat Breakfast! · Keep you room neat. It will help you keep your life organized. You will be more successful in school. · Go to class, even if it's not required · Don't apply for all of the credit card offers just because you can. Credit card debt is bad · If you have a credit card, don't overspend on it · Get to know your professors. · Make friends · Go to things sponsored by the Student Activity Board · Don't go home every weekend; get connected! · Did I say, "Go to class!"? Yeah, this is pretty important. · Join a registered student organization or two; get connected. · In class, sit in a seat within the "Learning Triangle", from the two front corners, make a triangle to the middle of class at a 45 degree angle. These students perform better in class. · Form study groups early · Learn what resources are offered at your institution and use them. These include tutoring centers, academic skills workshops, health centers, counseling, and academic advising. These services are included in your tuition and fees. They are for ALL students (not just those that are struggling). · Eat well; but don't overeat. · Get enough sleep, but don't sleep too much. · Follow the instructions given by your professor · Learn to use the library · Develop an appreciation for coffee. · Meet with your academic adviser. · Read the news. · Go to Office Hours.
The Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation will open it’s 25th Youth development park on August 11. Talk with Cal and Bill Ripken about how these fields impact kids lives! The Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation helps to build character and teach important life lessons to disadvantaged young people residing in America’s most distressed communities through baseball and softball themed programs and the construction of youth development parks that give kids a safe place to play. The Foundation works to create programs that positively impact at-risk youth through active community partnerships with America’s most successful youth service organizations. With the dedication of the 25th youth development park on the first ever Cal Ripken Sr. Day, the foundation is halfway to its goal of building 50 fields for disadvantaged youth. These youth development parks are multi-purpose synthetic fields that the foundation contributes to financially, helps construct and works with local business leaders and governments to make the $1M parks a reality. After completion, the parks are gifted to a local youth-serving organization and the CRSF implements its programs at the parks. Your viewers will hear from Hall of Famer Cal Ripken and 12-year MLB veteran and Emmy-nominated broadcaster Bill Ripken on why this is important to them and the legacy of their late father Cal Ripken, Sr. You can also talk to Cal and Bill about the current baseball season and how they see the stretch drive playing out.
Magic Springs extended their water park operating calendar to include 5 days in September when they're originally scheduled to be closed and admission will be only $15.00
Magic Springs Hero Appreciation Month: We are honoring police officers, firefighters, and military with FREE admission in the month of August. Some dates this month include displays to emphasize these professions.
Robin Williams was found dead in his Tiburon,California home Monday according to the Marin County Sheriff's Office. The Coroner Division suspects the death to be a suicide. Williams was 63. What's your favorite memory of Williams?
Magic Springs Pass Member Appreciation Week: Pass members may get a coupon at MagicSprings.com to present with pass at the ticket window to bring a friend FREE all this week. Also, they may get $2 hot dogs, $2 bottled Pepsi, and free popcorn at the front gate fountain. Pass members get 25% at two of our stores with clothing, swim wear and other souvenirs.
Make it with Mal has a special guest Cori Fetters of Just Scrap It. Cori shows us how to create a variety of items with wrapping leftover from Christmas.
Make it with Mal features a variety of food and crafts.
There are are many things you can make in your home that will work for great decorations you can use for the holidays.
Today's Way Back Wednesday takes us back to 1863. Lots of folks know that Little Rock was occupied by union forces in September of 1863 but before they arrived they stopped first in DeValls Bluff.
On April 6th we will celebrate the birth on an unsung hero in Arkansas history. Her name is Lena Jordan and countless AR residents owe their lives to this woman. Who is she and what did she do to make such a difference?
A county in Arkansas was named for this Irish immigrant.
Greg Dee talks the latest in technology news with his Monday morning Geek Fix report.
Greg Dee talks the latest in technology news with his Monday morning Geek Fix report.
Greg Dee talks the latest in technology news with his Monday morning Geek Fix report.