• The Arkansas Scholarship Lottery reported a drop in revenue compared to this time last year, citing a dearth of large jackpots as a potential cause.
  • The Little Rock Education Association is currently holding a one-day strike, with hundreds of teachers, students and their families coming out as a show of support for the teachers’ union.


  • At least six people have been injured at a Southern California high school, the extent and character of their injuries and assailant are currently unknown.
  • Ten Democratic presidential candidates have qualified for the November 10 debates, including a surprise return from Rep. Tulsi Gabbard.

  • The Zac Brown Band announced its plan to visit North Little Rock next November as part of the band’s “Owl Tour.”
  • Gordon Ramsay’s new restaurant rescue show, 24 Hours to Hell and Back has set up shop at South Boulevard, a Maumelle restaurant.


  • November 14, 1851: Herman Melville’s Moby Dick is first published in the United States.
  • November 14, 1969: Apollo 12 – the second manned expedition to the moon – launches from Cape Canaveral.

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