A vigil is planned tonight to mark the 18th anniversary of the disappearance of Pine Bluff native Cleashindra Hall.
The 18-year-old vanished on May 9, 1994.
In April, her missing person's case was re-opened after a tip led them to the home of Dr. Larry Amos.
That tip was from a Contracter saying there was a false wall in the home and he witnessed dried blood on the sheetrock.
Evidence was taken from the home but no further information has been released.
The vigil will be held in Pine Bluff at 7:00 pm at St. Peters Rock Missionary Baptist Church.
Attorney General Dustin McDaniel Takes the Stand in a Re-Districting Lawsuit
Today in Helena-West Helena Attorney General Dustin McDaniel takes the stand today in a lawsuit alleging voter discrimination.
Tuesday, Governor Mike Beebe sat in the hot seat.
He strongly denied allegations he and other top brass denied voting rights intentionally when they redrew district lines for the state legislature last year.
The Governor says population shifts forced them to make tough choices.
Essentially, he says there's no perfect map.
Voters in that district say the black voting population was reduced by 5%, significant enough to effectively silence the black vote.
National Bike to School Day
Students at a Little Rock Elementary school will grab their bikes instead of the bus this morning.
The students at Forest Park Elementary is the only school in Arkansas that signed up to take part in the first ever national "Bike to School" day.
The National Center for Safe Routes to School in partnership with the League of American Bicyclists are putting on the event this morning.