Nearly 400,000 people will be descending upon Northwest Arkansas for the big rally.
We spoke with organizers Joe Giles and Coleson Burns about what exactly folks can expect this year.
The Pulse for July 13, 2014
LITTLE ROCK, AR (KARK) -The capitol city is just a quick stop on former Marine Corporal Justin Kuhel's walk to California.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- More than 700 pounds of food from the Fayetteville Farmers Market, were donated to families struggling to make ends meet on Sunday.
BENTONVILLE, AR-- Top-notch vocalists, belting out the high notes in Bentonville Sunday night.
BENTONVILLE, AR-- Downtown Bentonville Inc. is hosting a photography class to help you switch that auto camera setting to manual.
NATIONWIDE-- Happening in Target stores around the nation, giving back with back to school sales.
With the state's largest church and a minor league ballpark off Don Tyson Parkway, Sundays can be hectic in the area.
ROGERS, AR-- According to the Benton County Sheriff's Office, 19-year-old Elijah Watson of Bentonville was pulled from the water just after 12 AM Sunday morning.
The Pulse for July 12th, 2014.
A Fayetteville man is dead after flipping his kayak in a river in Colorado Friday afternoon.
SPRINGDALE, AR--Some Northwest Arkansas veterans and their families are saying they're struggling to find medical care, and for vets with post traumatic stress disorder, medical assistance at home is something they desperately need.
NBC-- Comedian Tracy Morgan is suing Walmart for negligence over last month's accident.
The Arkansas Truck Driving Championship gathers the safest drivers in the state in Rogers this weekend.
The Pulse for July 11, 2014
JOPLIN, MO.--- According to a study by the Public Health Law Research Program, a growing number of fatal crashes nationwide are being caused by drug use.
HOT SPRINGS, AR - Issues ranging from the minimum wage, private option, and prisons/jail overcrowding to same-sex marriage, the Buffalo River watershed/hog farm controversy and control of the lottery took center stage in a debate this afternoon between the four men running for Governor of Arkansas.
One football clinic is trying to keep its players healthy in the near 100 degree heat.
(CNNMoney/KNWA) -- FIFA, soccer's world governing body, has long sold out of tickets for Sunday's game in Maracana Stadium, but fans are still bidding big bucks in secondary markets.
ROGERS -- Truckers make a pit stop in Rogers this weekend for the annual Arkansas Trucking Association Championships.
Northwest Medical Center is partnering with police to put specially designed trauma kits in the first responders' cars.
((KNWA/MOVOTO))-- Can you guess which state in the union holds the American flag the highest?
WASHINGTON COUNTY, AR-- In Washington county, the order in which poll workers ask for a voter's name, address and photo identification isn't set by law.
HOT SPRINGS, AR-- Candidates for Attorney General faced off on several key issues Friday in Hot Springs.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, extreme heat causes more deaths each year than hurricanes, tornadoes, lightning and floods combined.
Volunteers are helping a Rogers homeless shelter replace its dilapidated kitchen.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS - The summer slow down impacting shelves at the Salvation Army.
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BENTONVILLE, AR -- Tater Black Road in Bentonville, between Highway 72 and Southwest Fourth Street, will be closed next week.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Police say a man drove his car into several mailboxes Thursday night and punched a sheriff's deputy at the Washington County jail.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Be nice to this guy today.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS-- WhyteSpyder Integrated Marketing Agency has partnered with Kendrick Fincher Hydration for Life to raise awareness for one very important issue.
FORT SMITH - The Fort Smith Police Department has inactivated a Silver Alert for Pamela G. Hearne, 65.
WASHINGTON, D.C. --- President Obama met with teachers from around the nation on Monday. One of those educators? Justin Minkel from NWA.
CENTERTON -- The mayor of Centertan says the owners of Moxy, the dog found burned by fireworks, have been located.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- Residential construction could soon be moving in on one piece of Fayetteville history.
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North Little Rock, AR - Early in June, a 13-year-old terrier mix named Torrey ran away from home. More than a month later, his family found him at the Little Rock Animal Village.
LITTLE ROCK, AR- Arkansans know that fires can get out of control in a hurry, and many people have peace of mind knowing local fire departments are there to protect them.
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SPRINGFIELD, MO -- A medical breakthrough may soon allow us to diagnose Alzheimer's disease before the symptoms start.
VILONIA, AR -- A grassroots organization is calling on the community to create a bigger, better town after the April 27 storm.
A proposal to expand alcohol sales to all Arkansas counties is one step closer to making the November ballot. The Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Amendment recieved 6,000 more signatures than needed. Those signatures are now being verified.
Walmart is looking to hire nearly 100 workers for its new Supercenter in Huntsville that is set to open in the Fall.
Volunteers put in countless hours this week making the famous spaghetti for the 116th annual event.
((KNWA/BUSINESS INSIDER))-- How much time do we spend on our phones?
((KNWA/CONSUMER REPORTS))-- Parents might want to add another summer time risk to the list that you might not have thought about.
ROGERS, AR-- Family fun, with a trampoline twist is on its way to Rogers.
CENTERTON -- The community is coming together to save the dog now known as Moxy who was found strapped with fireworks this week near Centerton.
Saturday, the Swon Brothers are bringing their harmonious melodies to the Walmart AMP as the opening act for Miranda Lambert.