LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Rounds of applause greeted the eight surviving members of the Little Rock Nine as they entered the room Friday. "For us to get together, 60 years, is an amazing feat, and I think that deserves a round of applause in itself,” Ernest Green said. Despite 60 years of interviews and press conferences, the group spent an hour answering questions about that historic day at Central High School in 1957. They also spoke about 2017.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - LITTLE ROCK, Ark.- A tarp was pulled back Friday revealing a symbolic statue in Little Rock. Two figures represent what's been done and what's left to do. For Ernest Green, a member of the Little Rock Nine, it's a front-lawn canvas that paints a much different picture than what he saw 60 years ago. "Something like the sculpture is what I consider, looking forward,” Green said.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Shocking video from August shows the moment a car slams into the back of a motorcycle at a Little Rock intersection. Racheal Johnson was on the motorcycle with her boyfriend. "Just waiting for the light to turn green," Johnson says. "And I just woke up on the ground." What's even more shocking, the reckless driver disappears leaving Johnson and her boyfriend lying in the street badly injured. Bystanders ran over to help.
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Selecting a term
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