Eye On Arkansas, Jan. 14 

Eye On Arkansas, Jan. 14
  • HOME AWAY FROM: Every cot in the Nathaniel Hill Community Center in East Little Rock was full last Saturday night as the temperature dropped below 10 degrees. The center was opened as a "warming center" for people with frigid homes.

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