LITTLE ROCK, AR -- The Human Rights Campaign, along with Citizens First Congress & the Arkansas Public Policy Panel are set to host a press conference at the state capitol at 12:15 to address the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, or House Bill 1228.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- A group of leaders from central Arkansas submitted an application to the NCAA Wednesday for a Division I Football Bowl Subdivision bowl game to be played in the capital city.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- A sign promoting a "Marijuana Dispensary" business was posted on the front of an old EZ Mart building on College Avenue on Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Governor Asa Hutchinson addressed House Bill 1228 from the state capitol Wednesday morning.
ROGERS, AR. --- Pinnacle Hills will be flooded with pink on April 25th. Dogs and their owners will be out in full force walking for a cure.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR. --- The Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce has released a statement on the controversial bill, House Bill 1228, also known as the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
BENTONVILLE, AR -- Walmart CEO Doug McMillon spoke out Tuesday against an Arkansas bill that he says undermines the spirit of inclusion in the state.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- The Human Rights Campaign is set to host a press conference on the steps of the capitol at noon on Wednesday.
Rogers, AR -- The city of Rogers will conduct a test to its 20 Emergency Warning Systems on April 1, beginning at 10 A.M.
WASHINGTON COUNTY, AR -- April is Child Abuse Prevention month and to raise awareness, the Children's Safety Center of Washington County will be placing pinwheels across Northwest Arkansas.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Ernie Green and Carlotta Walls Lanier, members of the historic Little Rock Nine, voiced strong opposition to H.B. 1228 Tuesday.
AROUND ARKANSAS --- Today may be an April Fool's Day full of jokes, but tomorrow is a day of serious giving in The Natural State.
Elm Springs, AR. -- The concerns over a proposed 300 acre wind farm in Elm Spring drawing in dozens of residents at a Town Hall meeting Tuesday night. The clean energy company behind the farm present their plan for the city, answering questions from residents, in a meeting that lasted over 3 hours.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Arkansas lawmakers on Tuesday approved the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, despite a firestorm of criticism that the bill would allow discrimination and possibly open up a batch of unintended consequences.
It is now a felony to 'rehome' a child in Arkansas.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- An Alabama man, Greg Drinkard, served five years on death row after being wrongfully convicted of a robbery murder. He talked with students, Tuesday, hoping to end the death penalty.
ARKANSAS -- The flu virus has now claimed the lives of nearly 60 Arkansans, so knowing where the virus is being reported may help keep your family healthy.
BENTONVILLE, AR -- One California family is taking a year long road trip to try a new form of homeschooling on the road, or "roadschooling."
KNWA/KFTA -- In a statement posted on Twitter, Walmart President and CEO Doug Mcmillon asks Governor Asa Hutchinson to veto House Bill 1228.
FAYETTEVILLE -- We spoke with UA Law Professor Danielle Weatherby regarding the bill.
BENTONVILLE -- A portion of a busy Bentonville street will close temporarily starting Wednesday.
UPDATE 6:20 p.m. -- The scene is now clear at NorthSide Elementary School after a suspicious device was found in the school's parking lot.
Fayetteville Public Library will accept books through May 29th.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Arkansas legislators voted to pass three amendments to HB1228 also known as the Conscience Protection Act on Tuesday.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Governor Asa Hutchinson has vetoed Senate Bill 79 in his first veto of the session.
BRANSON, MO. (KOLR) -- Billionaire Sir Richard Branson is pulling an early April Fool's Day prank on the town of Branson, Missouri.
AP -- Arkansas sophomore Bobby Portis was lauded by the Associated Press again on Monday by being named to the outlet’s All-America second team.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- Fayetteville police are looking for a man who reportedly walked in to Panera Bread with a gun and demanded money.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Mayor Mark Stodola is joining the forces that are asking Gov. Asa Hutchinson to veto the controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- Spring has sprung and the Fayetteville Farmers' Market is set to hit the Downtown Square again for the season.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- A former Alabama death row inmate is sharing his story about life after prison and his support for Senate Bill 298, which would have done away with the death penalty in Arkansas.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- It is the international Transgender Day of Visibility and in honor, there is an event happening at the University of Arkansas Student Union.
KNWA -- We're seeing more pollen in the air, and you can blame your allergies on the warmer weather.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- According to an ESPN report, Arkansas organizers may be planning to have a bowl game in the Natural State.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - With the buzz around the religious freedom bill, it's flooding social media. Many signing a petition urging Governor Hutchinson to veto HB 1228.
ROGERS, AR -- The 3rd annual, Leadercon Business Leadership Conference will be April 2nd, at the John Q. Hammons Center in Rogers.
CNN --- On Monday, the show announced that comedian Trevor Noah will take over for Jon Stewart, who announced in February that he was leaving after 16 years.
Project Zero is a local nonprofit helping to connect children waiting to be adopted with a new family. And they're doing through professional photographs highlighting the kids spirit and personality.
BELLA VISTA, AR-- The Bella Vista Street Department lost it's building to a fire. Crews were called to the scene just after 7:00 Sunday morning.
LITTLE ROCK -- It's called the "Personal Rights Protection Act" and provides limitations on how pictures of you, taken in public view, can be used.
BEAVER LAKE -- It's been 6 days since 21 year-old Stacey Hernandez went missing at Beaver Lake after the boat she was in with family flipped over. After nearly a week of searching, emergency crews say they are winding down those efforts.
Investigators are still looking for whoever vandalized and set fire to the historic Prairie Grove church.
ARKANSAS-- The controversial legislation, House Bill 1228, stirring backlash among the business community. We talk with a Northwest Arkansas business owner, and State Senator, Bart Hester, tells us why he's supporting the bill.
KNWA via NBC News -- NBC announced Monday it will join forces with Cirque du Soleil to produce a live version of "The Wiz" on December 3.
SPRINGDALE -- The state is calling for improvements in workforce education and a school is taking notice.
KNWA/FOX 24 -- Analysts say prices at the pump increased by 0.3 cents per gallon in the last week, bringing the average cost in Arkansas to $2.19 per gallon.
KNWA via NBC -- 'SNL' cast member Kyle Mooney played Senator Tom Cotton in a skit about President Obama talking to Republican lawmakers.
ROGERS, AR -- Rock and Roll band Whitesnake will play the Walmart AMP on Saturday August 15.
LITTLE ROCK, AR (News release) - Today, Max Levchin, co-founder of PayPal, CEO of Affirm, chairman of Yelp and Glow, and director at Yahoo!, condemned Arkansas’ discriminatory H.B. 1228 (Conscience Protection Act)
KNWA/FOX 24 -- The Bentonville Bark Park is getting national attention from USA Today.