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Study: 28.6 percent of Arkansas children go hungry

Study: 28.6 percent of Arkansas children go hungry

Map the Meal Gap Child Food Insecurity 2011: Data at the Local Level for the First Time

LITTLE ROCK,  Aug.

Emergency drills can help you keep calm during disaster

Emergency drills can help you keep calm during disaster

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Even a little planning can help folks keep their cool in a disaster.

One of the best time investments a family can make is planning for disasters and holding emergency drills, said officials with the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management (ADEM) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

“Preparation is the key to helping people stay calm and clear-headed when disaster strikes,” said State Coordinating Officer David Maxwell. “We hope Arkansans who haven’t prepared an emergency plan will take a few minutes to do so. That time investment will pay big dividends.”

The Internet offers several resources, including www.fema.gov and www.ready.gov. Both sites contain a wealth of information about preparedness and planning.

Wednesday forecast 8/10

Your THVideo weather forecast for Wednesday, Aug.10. Stay with "Today's THV" and todaysthv.com for updates.

Tuesday forecast 7/26

Extreme heat and humidity will continue into Tuesday with only isolated chances for T'Storms. Heat advisories continue in effect through at least Tuesday and possibly be extended into mid-week.

Tuesday: Heat Advisory, Partly Cloudy, High 99. Chance of rain 20%.

Thursday forecast 7/21

A disturbance could bring a few showers to southeast Arkansas today as High pressure aloft lifts away from the state.  The flow around the periphery of the will bring an upper air impulse through southern sections which will increase rain chances there today. Otherwise hot and humid conditions continue as high pressure continues it's grip. Triple digit heat is expected most areas on Thursday. Heat Advisories are in effect through Saturday.

Thursday: Heat Advisory: Partly cloudy and hot. High 100. Wind SW 5-10. Afternoon HX values 105-108. Chance of rain 20% especially southeast.

Wednesday forecast 7/20

Hot and humid conditions continue into Wednesday as high pressure continues it's grip Heat Advisories are in effect through Saturday

Wednesday: Heat Advisory: Partly cloudy and hot. High 98. Wind SW 5-10. Afternoon HX values 105-110.

Tuesday forecast

Your THV forecast for Tuesday, July 19, 2011. Stay with Today's THV and todaysthv.com for updates.