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Ugly Tie Contest, winners revealed

Little Rock, Ark. (KTHV) -- Today's THV This Morning welcomed the two finalists in the "Ugly Tie Contest" on Monday's show to compete for a prize worth $1,000!

Brandon Land and Brian Meyers competed in a "showcase showdown" to an assortment of prizes. The dads were asked a variety of questions from TV shows and TV dads.

Here's what the prize pack included:

  • A new silk shirt from Jos. A Bank
  • A round of golf at Maumelle Country Club
  • Bushnell Neo Plus GPSRrange Finder from Best Buy
  • A massage and facial from the Rejuvenation Clinic
  • Dinner for 2 at Cappriccio's at The Peabody Little Rock

Congratulations to Brian Meyers on getting the most triva questions correct. To see the dads compete for the prize, click on the video!

The Shootout of the South

This year's tournament attracts top 7-on-7 teams in Arkansas as well as teams from Texas, Oklahoma, and Alabama.

Each of the twenty-four teams will competed in five pool play games on Friday and Pool play results seeded Saturday's tournament.

Pulaski Academy wins the Shootout of the South for the second year in a row.

All about dads at Wildwood Park

WEST LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Wildwood Park for the Arts is celebrating Father's Day this weekend with fun outdoor activities for the whole family, from hiking and games to fishing.

Dads and their families are invited out to Wildwood this Sunday, June 19. Admission is free. Bring a picnic, take a hike, enjoy garden games like badminton, croquet and bocce ball, or grab a snack at the concession stand.

The park will also allow free fishing for Father's Day only. Guests are invited to bring their own fishing poles and tackle to catch and release fish in Wildwood's Swan Lake.

"We don't allow fishing typically in our Swan Lake but I've been told it has some big bass in there," says Kristen Vandaveer with Wildwood Parks.

Week 3 Business Leader Board of the THV Summer Cereal Drive

Margland Bed and Breakfast


Crye-Leike Realty

Northwestern Mutual

Birchtree Communities

Entergy Business Services

Loomis Armored


Southwest Power Pool


Elks Lodge

Arkansas Workers Compensation



Walmart #24

Arkansas Office of Child Support Enforcement

Arkansas’ unemployment rate increases to 7.8 Percent

Arkansas’ unemployment rate increases to 7.8 Percent

Labor force data, produced by the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics and released today by the Department of Workforce Services, show Arkansas’ seasonally adjusted unemployment rate increased one-tenth of a percentage point from 7.7 percent in April to 7.8 percent in May. Arkansas’ civilian labor force declined 3,600, a result of 1,200 more unemployed and 4,800 fewer employed Arkansans. At 9.1 percent, the United States’ jobless rate rose one-tenth of a percentage point.

DWS Communications Director Kimberly Friedman said, "Arkansas’ unemployment rate rose one-tenth of a percentage point in May, as the civilian labor force declined slightly.

Friday forecast

Your THV weather forecast for June 17, 2011. For updates on news and weather, be sure to check with Today's THV and todaysthv.com.

McAllister's in west Little Rock robbed again

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- A series of robberies over the past few weeks in the little rock area have businesses and citizens concerned. And police are asking for the public's help.

Armed and dangerous. That's the alert Little Rock police have issued for the suspects involved in nearly 10 robberies since May 31.

"All these robberies, they've had weapons. They have shown those weapons. They have pointed them at people. They fired rounds. So,yes, we believe that they've been armed in everyone of [the robberies]," says Lt. Terry Hastings with LRPD.

Hastings says several fast food restaurants have been held up in the past few weeks: the Taco Bell at 9600 N. Rodney Parham, Arby's at 301 N. Shackleford and McDonalds on 12th Street.