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  • People Prefer A ‘Dad Bod’ Over Six-Pack Abs, Survey Finds

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (KTHV)— Listen up, dads. We have a Father’s Day gift for you. Go ahead and grab the potato chips and a slice of pizza. While you’re at it, stop sucking in your belly because your dad bod? It’s hot. According to a new study commissioned by Planet Fitness, 80% of men that say they have a dad bod also say that they’re very happy with their physique. Nearly 70% of people say a dad bods are attractive and […]

  • Two Children Shot In Pine Bluff, Police Say

    PINE BLUFF, Ark. (KTHV) — According to the Pine Bluff Police Department, a 4-year-old boy and 2-year-old girl were shot Friday, June 14 in Pine Bluff. The police dispatched to the area of 27th Avenue and Main Street in reference to the shooting around 4 p.m. Shots were fired into a vehicle with two children and one adult. The boy was shot in the lower right leg and the girl was shot in the right arm. Both children were taken […]

  • Texas Walmart Closed After Arkansas Man Sets Fire To Clothing Department

    NACOGDOCHES, Texas (KTHV) — One person has been arrested after allegedly setting a fire at a local Walmart. According to the Nacogdoches Police Department, just before 1 a.m. on Monday, officers and fire crews responded to the Walmart, located at 4810 North Street, in reference to a fire. Police say firefighters located a fire in the store’s clothing department that employees were attempting to put out with fire extinguishers. Officials were able to extinguish the fire and no injuries were […]

  • Georgia Firefighters Clean Up Yard Of WWII Vet Who Couldn’t Do It Himself

    GAINESVILLE, Ga. (KTHV)— Firefighters are sometimes called to go above any beyond their duties. That was exactly the case for a group from the Gainesville, Georgia Fire Department. The department said it was May 26 – the day before Memorial Day – when firefighters from Station #2 were dispatched to a call in the area. As they were leaving, however, they noticed that the yard could “use a bit of sprucing up.” That’s when they realized that the homeowner was […]

  • North Little Rock Residents Evacuate As Water Surrounds Neighborhood

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) — Houses in North Little Rock are underwater as the banks of the Arkansas River spill over into neighborhoods. Sandbags are often no match for the rising floods. Others are evacuating, fearing the water could spill into their homes. “We’ve lived here for 12 years. Never been like this,” said Larry Campbell as he packed up his belongings into the back of a truck. “It’s tough. It’s really tough.” Campbell is left with little more than […]

  • Bag With ‘Foul Odor’ Found In Maleah Davis Search In Arkansas

    HOUSTON (KTHV) — Derion Vence claims Maleah Davis died in an accident before he dumped the little girl’s body in Arkansas, he allegedly confessed to Quanell X on Friday morning. The 4-year-old Houston girl has been missing for a month. Quanell said he spoke with Vence, Maleah’s stepfather, in a downtown Houston jail. Vence allegedly confessed that after the child died he dumped her body along Interstate 30 near Hope, Arkansas. Houston police investigators confirm to KHOU 11 they are looking into […]

  • Stepfather Of Missing Maleah Davis Allegedly Confessed To Dumping Her Body In Arkansas

    (KTHV) — Community activist Quanell X gathered with police detectives in southwest Houston to provide a major update in the search for 4-year-old Maleah Davis, who has now been missing for a month. He said he spoke with Maleah’s stepfather, Derion Vence, earlier in the morning. Vence allegedly confessed that Maleah had died in an accident. The stepfather said he then dumped the girl’s body in Arkansas, according to our content partner THV11 out of Little Rock. Houston police investigators confirm […]

  • Home Depot Workers Build Boy’s Walker Out Of PVC Piping

    CEDARTOWN, Ga. (KTHV) — Workers at a Georgia Home Depot store came together to help a family in need. Christian Williams Moore said her son, Logan, has hypotonia which affects his muscle tone and makes stability a struggle. It makes him unable to walk unassisted at the moment. Logan’s family was worried that their insurance wouldn’t pay for the walker that the little boy needed. They read about how to make a walker out of PVC piping and headed to […]

  • Senator Cotton Reintroduces ‘Stop Dangerous Sanctuary Cities Act’

    (KTHV) — Senator Tom Cotton, along with Senators Pat Toomey (R-Pennsylvania) and John Kennedy (R-Louisiana), have reintroduced the “Stop Dangerous Cities Act.” The Act would end the sanctuary city policies that forbid local law enforcement from cooperating with federal immigration authorities, even when they wish to do so. “Sanctuary cities keep criminal aliens on our streets, and we will no longer tolerate their willful defiance of our nation’s laws,” said Cotton. “Public safety must come first. If you’re not following […]

  • Kids Treat 83-Year-Old Custodian Like A True King On His Final Day

    CARROLLTON, Ga. (KTHV)—John Lockett had a sendoff fit for a king. He’s worked for the Carroll County School System as a custodian for more than a decade, but that was only after a long career in construction. He’s now going into retirement. Custodians retire all the time, but this one is different. “He’s at work every day no matter how bad he feels with a smile on his face,” said Sand Hill Elementary Principal Carla Meigs. To the children there, […]

  • White Dress To Work Of Art: Teacher Brings Creativity To Classrooms World-Wide

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KTHV)— It was Haley Curfman’s first day of school. Like many students, she was in a rush trying to get everything ready before heading out the door. To not be late, she chose to forego her mom’s plea of a first-day-of-school picture or what they call a “cutesy.” But Curfman was returning to her alma mater in a different capacity. This time, she was a teacher. By the end of her first teaching day, Curfman’s photographer mother still wanted […]

  • ‘Burn Up Until You Shut Up,’ Parents Say Bus Driver Turned Off AC, Made Kids Roll Up Windows As Punishment

    SILSBEE, Texas (KTHV) — The Silsbee Independent School District is investigating claims that a substitute school bus driver turned off the air conditioning and made students sweat during their ride home. Kids claim she wouldn’t even let them roll down the windows on school bus 35. Sara Pedder says the bus driver was punishing kids for acting rowdy on the ride home. “My high schooler told me at some point, someone said something about rolling down the windows and she just […]

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