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Police: 2 west LR banks robbed Monday — Little Rock police are investigating a Monday bank robbery in west Little Rock. Officers responded about 12:13 p.m. to the U.S. Bank at 11402 W. Markham St., according to dispatch reports. Little Rock Police Department spokesman Lt. Sidney Allen said a black man in his 40s entered the bank around noon, handed a plastic bag to the teller and demanded cash.
Oct 20, 2014

RT @ao_rehook: @LRpolice now investigating two west LR bank robberies today. Not clear at this point whether they're related: #ArkDG

Cotton casts early ballot in Dardanelle — DARDANELLE - Republican Senate candidate U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton returned to his hometown Monday to cast a ballot on the first day of early voting in Arkansas. Cotton, who is seeking to unseat incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor, joined his wife, Anna, and his parents, Avis and Len, in casting early votes.

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Little Rock FCC complaints — The Federal Communications Commission receives complaints from all over the country, including Little Rock, about a host of issues ranging from loud commercials to Internet service issues to obscenity in programming. The list below is a compilation of complaints concerning the latter, perceived offensive content that aired on broadcast or cable.
Oct 17, 2014

RT @bitteranagram: A treasure trove. RT @ArkansasOnline What do Little Rock residents complain to the FCC about? We found out: #ArkDG

Oct 17, 2014

RT @kaytaybaylay: @glesnick requested FCC complaints from Little Rock from ’13 and ’14. Here's what viewers didn't like: