NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Many kids in Central Arkansas will get their only Christmas presents thanks to the kindness of strangers. This week, parents were able to pick up gifts donated through the Angel Tree. Rows of bikes, clothes and toys show the gifts of love donated to make sure thousands of kids in Arkansas have a merry Christmas. "I was just thankful to God we were able to receive gifts this year," says Tori Hawthorne. The single mother is beyond thankful for the helping hand.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - A local father and daughter are hoping to share the true meaning of Christmas with a book and movie they made together. Years ago, Scott Edge wanted to find a way for families to add meaning to one of the biggest holiday traditions...the Christmas tree. "I went to my pastor at the Summit Church, Bill Elliff and said I have this idea," says Scott Edge, "The Christmas Tree Story" Author. It took a year for Scott and his pastor to write the story.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Tis the season of giving and making sure everyone has a merry Christmas. There are some people who feel left out during the holidays and one local group works to change that. It's the Be a Santa to a Senior program with Home Instead Senior Care. For 15 years, the program has been helping fulfill a great need for the elderly. "Lots of the seniors are isolated and without their families.
Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department searching for gunman in ski mask wearing all black - responsible for shooting mother & 5-year-old child outside NLR apartment early this morning. Mother in critical condition. #ARNews
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Selecting a term
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