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UPDATE: Veterans Day freebies

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Here is a list of freebies available on Veterans Day to veterans and their families.


Applebee's invites vets and active duty military to come have a meal on them. Enjoy a free Applebee's signature entree on Nov. 11. Dine-in, limited menu only. Beverages and gratuity not included.

Proof of service includes US Uniformed Services ID Card, US Uniformed Services Retied ID Card, current Leave and Earnings Statement (LES), veterans organization card (i.e. American Legion, VFW), photograph yourself in uniform, wearing uniform, DD214 and citation or commendation.

Get more information here: http://on.kthv.com/1bZnA3V

Veterans Day services for Monday

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Below, you can find several services going on in the central Arkansas area on Monday:


11 a.m.: A Veterans Day ceremony will be held at the River Market. Gov. Beebe will speak.

1 p.m.: A ceremony will be held at the M.M. Ebberts American Legion Post at 315 E. Capitol Ave.


2 p.m.: A Veterans Day ceremony will be held at the Veterans Memorial at the Laman Library.

4:30 p.m.: A ceremony will be held at the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum.


4 p.m.: A ceremony in Maumelle will be held at the Veterans Memorial at Lake Willastein.


7 p.m.: Jacksonville will host a ceremony at the Museum of Military History at 100 Veterans Circle.


ACH Christmas cards now available for purchase

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - The Arkansas Children's Hospital revealed their annual Christmas card collection Sunday morning.

A project that started over 45 years ago has grown to become the hospital's largest fundraiser. Six patients between the ages of two and 11 worked together to create Christmas cards that will represent the hospital's Holiday Card Collection. Featured artist Betsy Ridout also created a 'Jolly St. Nick' card.

Female hunters on the rise

This year's hunting season brings evidence of a steady trend over recent years: More female hunters are out in the woods toting shotguns.

National Geographic takes note of Census Bureau stats that show women now make up 11% of the nation's 13.7 million hunters, up from 9% in 2006.

What's going on? The story hits on a slew of factors, including the increased popularity of the sustainable and local-food movements and their focus on paying attention to where the food on our plates comes from.

"Hunting may be the next frontier for local food," says author Lily Raff McCaulou. "I was pretty detached from what I ate before I started hunting." (And vegetarians, take note: She also eats less meat now, she says.)

Movember is changing the face of men's health

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - You may have noticed a lot more facial hair this month than usual, and it's for a good reason.

Movember was created to change the face of men's health and put a fun twist on a serious issue. This month of moustaches works as a catalyst to give men the confidence to learn and talk about health more openly.

Today's Box Office: Thor's Dark World

Thor: The Dark World continues the adventures of Thor as he battles to save Earth and the Nine Realms from a dark enemy that predates the universe. We join Thor (Chris Hemsworth) in battle, fighting to bring peace to the Nine Realms, a task that will eventually lead to him being King of his home world of Asgard but an ancient race the Dark Elves led by the vengeful Malekith with the goal of plunging the universe back into darkness. When Thor's human love, Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) is drawn into the fight when she inadvertently discovers a powerful weapon that Malekith has been seeking for thousands of years, Thor must disobey his Father's orders and enlist the help from his brother-turned-traitor Loki (Tom Hiddleston) to save us all.

Cabot looking to limit feral cats

CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) - Even though cats are often cute and playful, in Cabot they're a nuisance for some. Roughly 4,500 feral cats roam the city and Cabot Animal Services will present a new plan to reduce the number.

Right now, if caught, these cats are euthanized. Animal Services Director Mike Wheeler wants to start a program where volunteers help manage the colonies of cats by getting them spayed or neutered and vaccinated. The program will provide the volunteers with assistance and discounted services.

"If their spayed, their neutered... all their hormone levels are intact and keeps them from spraying, all the late night howling, all the nuisance complaints associated with it now," said Wheeler.

Wheeler says he's applying for grants to offset the cost of the program. This program is not a done deal. Cabot City Council will take up the measure in January.