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HUD grants $769K for job training

HUD grants $769K for job training

Grants to 18 Arkansas public housing authorities are part of nearly $60 million HUD awarded nationwide


Today's Box Office: 'Moneyball' is a sure bet winner!

Baseball is the American pastime. Some will argue that it's boring (I would agree) but it's impossible to not get totally immersed in it's romanticism and the spirit of the ballpark.

THV Game Night: High school football scores

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Here's a list of Sept. 24 high school football scores from around the state.

Robinson High School Preview for week four

The Senators are undefeated with a 3-0 record. Friday's game will be a good test for Robinson.

THV's Aiyana Cristal went to Practice on Wednesday.

Pulaski Co. School District announces new CFO

Little Rock, AR - The Pulaski County Special School District (PCSSD) announced today that it has hired William (Bill) Goff as its chief financial officer. Goff will replace outgoing CFO Anita Farver, whose last day with the district is September 30, 2011.

Goff, a certified public accountant, has been the assistant commissioner of fiscal and administrative services for the Arkansas Department of Education since July, 2008. In his role there he was responsible for administering the budget, finance and facilities functions of the agency, as well as fiscal monitoring and support for the state's school districts.

Weekend weather forecast

Friday marks the first day of Autumn with cool crisp fall readings expected in the state today with sunny skies.  The weekend looks mainly dry with sunshine both Saturday and Sunday. However and upper-level disturbance will bring a rain chance by late in the weekend.

Friday: Mostly sunny and pleasant. High 77. Wind NE 5-10mph.

Kindle eReaders now compatible with CALS downloadable library

Kindle eReaders now compatible with CALS downloadable library

Patrons of the Central Arkansas Library System who own Kindle eReaders or have the free Kindle app on another device now have access to more than 2,600 titles in CALS's Downloadable Library. Most e-books already in the library's collection are now compatible with Kindle.


"Patrons have been asking about Kindle-compatibility since the Downloadable Library went live in 2009. We're happy that Kindle owners can now take advantage of this service as well," said Carol Coffey, Head of Library Services Development. The Downloadable Library continues to grow in popularity. Circulation of downloadable books in August 2011 was up 345% over the same month last year.