Winter is the perfect time to explore the natural stone shelters where native Arkansans once lived
Little Rock, ArkansasOne more assault per week and we'd have topped Baltimore.
> Violent crimes per 100,000: 1,485.0
> 2015 murders: 32
> Poverty rate: 18.0%
> Unemployment rate: 4.7%
Property crime rates declined across the country in 2015, while violent crime rates increased. In keeping with the broader trend, Little Rock’s property crimes declined by 9.8%, while the violent crime rate increased by 6.9%. Both changes outpaced the respective 3.9% and 7.8% national changes, however.
With the sixth highest aggravated assault rate in the country, Little Rock is the only city in Arkansas to rank among the nation’s most dangerous.
Well, Norma, perhaps you are right. Stodola may not be as liberal as he seems…
I read somewhere that a third of our medical dollars in the U.S. go to…
Could this also reduce the cost of healthcare?