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Underage Drinking Party Busted in Lonoke County
A party busted Thursday night hosted by a grandmother for her grandson and his friends ended with 40 teens receiving citations.
Vote on Movie Theater Booze Splits NLR City Council
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR -- A controversial push to allow liquor sales at a movie theater in North Little Rock divided the city council Monday.
Beer And Wine May Be Sold at NLR Movie Theater
Leaders will discuss issue Monday.
Voters could decide whether to make all of Pulaski Co. wet
Despite its wet county status, there are some dry pockets in Pulaski County including the Park Hill neighborhood of North Little Rock.
41 gallons of moonshine seized in Searcy County
A Searcy County woman faces charges for allegedly running a moonshine business out of her home in Harriet.
ABC board denies beer permit for LR store
A new grocery store wanting to sell beer is told "no" by the state Alcohol Beverage Control board. The grocery store is set to open on the city's south side at 2501 Arch.
Public hearing on alcohol permit cancelled
Tuesday night, Little Rock neighbors fighting a battle to stop a store from selling beer and wine did not get a chance to speak out.
Sharp County alcohol sales will be on Nov. ballot
Voters in Sharp County will decide in November whether alcohol sales should be allowed in the county.
Cancer study, BSE reminder, alcohol and bone health
Today marks day one of a new cancer prevention study and you might be able to participate. On Monday I will send out my monthly breast self-exam reminder.. There's a new drink on the block that may help keep a woman's bones healthy.
Alcohol venue increases at Magic Springs
Despite opposition, the Alcohol Beverage Control Board approved Magic Springs request to serve alcoholic beverages at more venues at the amusement park by a 3-1 vote.
Walton brothers backing Benton County alcohol vote
Walton family money is backing an effort to put the question of making Benton County "wet" on the November general election ballot.
Pine Bluff may require random employee drug tests
Random alcohol and drug tests could become a requirement for Pine Bluff city employees. Alderman Steven Mays says enforcing a policy like this benefits the tax payer.
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