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Consumer Alert: Surf safely on social networks

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AG Office) - While social networking and other public Internet sites provide a sense of connection and social interactivity, these sites can create a false sense of security and anonymity online. For children, these sites can pose a threat as online predators use them as a portal for finding victims.
As part of National Internet Safety Month, Attorney General Dustin McDaniel released online safety tips for parents and their children engaged in social networking.
"I met with an Arkansas mother whose teen daughter was killed by a man police believe lured the girl using a social networking site," McDaniel said. "As a parent, I'm horrified that someone would reach our vulnerable children in this way. As Attorney General, I want to do everything I can to make sure other parents don't face the nightmare that the mother I met is enduring."

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AHTD opens bids for Pulaski, Garland improvements

AHTD opens bids for Pulaski, Garland improvements

 LITTLE ROCK (6-13) -- The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department has opened bids for improvements to roadways in Pulaski and Garland Counties, according to the Arkansas State Highway Commission.

The first project calls for the installation of a cable median barrier along selected sections of Interstate 430, between Interstate 30 and Interstate 40 in Little Rock and North Little Rock.  The total length of the project is 7.3 miles.  Massana Construction, Inc. of Tyrone, Georgia, was awarded the contract at $1,502,522.

The second project will replace damaged overhead sign structures along Interstate 40 in Pulaski County, and on Highway 270 in Garland County.  Time Striping, Inc. of Van Buren, Arkansas, was awarded the contract at $175,935.63.

Rogue Report - JUN 18

Jessica Seven spotlights this week's Rogue Report, just ahead of the big AOWMG album release party at Vino's in Little Rock this Friday! MORE THAN SPARROWS, POET FURY, and LYDIA CAN'T BREATHE (from Jacksonville, Florida as part of their "Party Hard" tour) will also bring the noise, so you don't want to miss it!


Today's Box Office: 'That's My Boy'

THV Movie Critic Jonathan Nettles gives his review of the Adam Sandler film That's My Boy plus talks abou the other films coming out this week and next.

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Give the gift of life on World Blood Donor Day

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (June 14, 2012) - World Blood Donor Day is an opportunity to celebrate the role of volunteer blood donors around the world. 

According to the World Blood Donor Day website, 92 million blood donations are made worldwide each year.  In the Greater Ozarks-Arkansas region, nearly 500 blood donors are needed each day to help meet the needs of area hospital patients.

Volunteer blood donors help the American Red Cross supply around nine million transfusable blood products to patients at approximately 3,000 hospitals and transfusion centers across the United States.

World Blood Donor Day is also designed to raise awareness about the need for safe blood and blood products.  Efforts to ensure donor and recipient safety have reduced the population of eligible voluntary blood donors.

Hinder Performs at the 2012 Pepsi Concert Series at Magic Springs

Hinder Performs at the 2012 Pepsi Concert Series at Magic Springs


Magic Springs Water and Theme Park presents American rock band Hinder.  


Hinder is an American rock band from Oklahoma that was formed in 2001 by drummer Cody Hansen, guitarist Joe Garvey, and singer Austin Winkler.  Universal Records released the band’s major-label debut album, Extreme Behavior, in 2005.  The album’s single, “How Long,” was released in September 2006, and appeared at number six on the U.S.

“Take a HIKE” – An Evening Hike at Gulpha Gorge Campground

“Take a HIKE” – An Evening Hike at Gulpha Gorge Campground

Hot Springs, AR— Hiking in Hot Springs National Park can be a fun and rewarding experience. It is a great way to both see and experience the park. Come and take a hike with a park ranger and learn about this unique place that we call Hot Springs National Park. Meet the park ranger at the Gulpha Gorge Campground’s Amphitheater. This will be 1.5 mile hike (round trip).The Gulpha Gorge Trail winds up the mountain to meet Hot Springs Mountain Trail and Goat Rock Trail. Wear sturdy shoes; bring water to drink; and a flashlight.

Gulpha Gorge Campground is located on U.S. Hwy 7-S, a short distance off U.S. Hwy 70 East on the eastern edge of Hot Springs.  The amphitheater is located at the north end of the campground.  All programs are free and weather-permitting.  For more information, call 501-620-6715.