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Homeless children in Arkansas: Part Two

Apr 13, 2009
Malcolm Glover

There is a growing need for facilities and programs that support homeless children and families, since the deepening recession means more home foreclosures and job losses.

Homeless children in Arkansas: Part One

Apr 12, 2009
Our House
Malcolm Glover / KUAR

Most parents try to protect their children from some of life's cruel realities, like broken relationships, sickness, discrimination, and even an understanding of death. However, with the nation's economy in a state of flux, poverty is on the rise and there are some parents who are unable to safeguard their children from experiencing homelessness.

FM 89 goes inside the Pulaski County Jail

Dec 19, 2008
Pulaski County Jail
www.pcso.org

Sections of the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility are being renovated.

FM 89's Malcolm Glover goes inside the jail, takes a tour of the facility, and talks with Sheriff Doc Holladay and his deputies about their jobs and the funding they want for the renovation of old cells and expansion of existing facilities.

Where did the political jingle go?

Oct 26, 2008

One aspect of electioneering is quickly becoming a relic. The political jingle, a catchy campaign tune that could connect a candidate with the office he or she was running for, has fallen by the wayside in national, state and local campaigns.

Tony Award winner Ben Vereen is in Little Rock using his vocal, dancing, and acting talents to raise money for a project and a cause that he deeply cares about.

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