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Outdoor Report: Hook, Line & Legends

THV 11's Mark Edwards sat down with Trey Reid with Arkansas Game and Fish Commission about the 2013 Hook, Line and Legends event.

The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is hosting the event on Thursday, September 19 at 6:30 p.m. in Hot Springs. The dinner and auction will be held in Horner Hall at Summit Arena.

Trey Reid says there will be several "celebrities" in attendance including Jimmy Houston, Mark Zona, Bobby Murray, George Cochran and Larry Nixon.

Tickets for the event are $30 a piece or  $45 for a family of four. Tickets can be purchased at the door. All proceeds from the event go to "Mr. Consistency," Bassmaster Ricky Green's Lung Transplant Surgery Fund.

Cabot woman says new Walmart will ruin her property value

CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) - A Cabot woman said a proposed Neighborhood Walmart to be built next door to her will ruin her property value.

"I'm sure the parking lot is going to be at the edge of my property," said Beckie Hawley.

Hawley said the retail giant initially discussed buying her home, but the talk went cold.

"They approached me and had me come and sign a contract," said Hawley. "They were surveying and doing things to the property next to us, but they weren't coming on mine, so I called our real estate agent."

Cabot Mayor Bill Cypert said two owners requested the city to change their zoning to commercial.

"Two property owners on Campground Road represented by a proxy agent have requested rezoning from r1 to c2," said Mayor Cypert. "On the east side, the back side of the lots on Campground Road there would have to be a 40 foot buffer zone with a privacy fence."

Two teens taken to hospital after shooting

CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) - Cabot Police said two teens have been involved in a shooting.

According to Sgt. Keith Graham with the Cabot Police Department, two teens were involved in a shooting and taken to a hospital for treatment. The shooting happened on Meadowlark Drive.

The conditions of the teens and why the shooting happened are currently unknown.

THV11 will continue to follow this story and bring you more information on www.THV11.com.

Governor proclaims Sept. Arkansas Volunteer Month

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Gov. Mike Beebe has declared September "Arkansas Volunteer Month" to honor the thousands of volunteers who work to make the state a better place to live.

Sherry Middleton, director of the Arkansas Department of Human Services' Division of Community Service and Nonprofit Support, says Arkansas volunteers provide services and problem-solving skills to people and communities throughout the state.

Middleton says it's the spirit of helping one another that officials hope to promote, and it is those who have demonstrated that spirit who will be recognized during the month.

A study conducted by the agency found that last year, 846 volunteer organizations in Arkansas reported volunteers serving more than 22 million hours. The estimated value of those hours totaled $624 million.

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Today's Box Office: The Grandmaster

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- THV 11 Film Critic Jonathan Nettles on The Grandmaster.

Simply stated, The Grandmaster is a brief glimpse into the life of Ip Man, who is credited with training the legendary Bruce Lee. It's a biopic disguised as a King Fu movie. It's a glimpse into how China changed from the late 1920's to the late 1950's. It's an incredible piece of film.

Craig's Twist #89: Third Grade

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Third Grade is so critical. If a child isn't reading at grade level after 3rd grade, as he progresses through school, he'll fall further and further behind. Chances of dropping out of school increase, as do underemployment, welfare, and incarceration.

Some states use this as a barometer of how many prison beds they'll need. In the end, it costs us more than $330 billion nationwide. So what do we do?

As for me, I went out and passed out parking tickets. Yep, in downtown Little Rock. Truthfully, I had a blast. I have no authority to pass out parking tickets, but then again, these really aren't parking tickets although they look like it.

If you came out to your car and saw it on your windshield, you'd first think you'd gotten one, but if you were to look closer, you'll see there's nothing but Gibberish on one side. It's when you flip it over that you get this message:

Entergy repairing Cabot power line, FBI still investigating

CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) - Entergy is at work repairing a broken 100-foot transmission tower in Cabot.

Last Wednesday, someone managed to sever a power line and removed several bolts from the tower.The FBI is investigating and there's a $20,000 dollar reward for information leading to an arrest.

STORY: FBI: Downed Cabot transmission line cut intentionally (http://on.kthv.com/1aKdqr4)
STORY: FBI offering $20,000 for information leading to arrest in power line investigation (http://on.kthv.com/1aKdirI)

Entergy spokesperson Julie Munsell explained how the utility approaches security.