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GRAVETTE, AR -- Voters in the Gravette School District will soon decide whether they want to help fund a new school in September.
OKLAHOMA-- A man wanted for murder in Oklahoma could be in Northwest Arkansas.
SPRINGDALE, AR-- Two accused home burglars are now behind bars, thanks in part to viewer tips.
Arkansas is consistently ranked in the top 10 for most obese states.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- The University of Arkansas is rallying behind an employee in her battle against cancer.
The Pulse: July 30th, 2014
After spending years separated by hundreds of miles, a father and son reunite in California. In Part Three of a Special Report, Fresno reporter Jack Highberger captures the reunion of 19-year-old Manuel with his father, Santos, and asks them if it was all worth it in the end.
SPRINGFIELD, MO. -- It's been almost four months since the March 31st deadline to enroll in health care through the Affordable Care Act and doctors are experiencing an influx of patients with the new marketplace insurance.
The cost of college tuition is, once again, back in the headlines here in the Natural State, and, if you're a student, it's not good news.
KNWA/CNN--Dessert lovers, rejoice! Wednesday is National Cheesecake Day!
ROGERS, AR -- Down Syndrome Connection is teaming up with the "I Can Shine" organization to host the first "I Can Bike" camp in Northwest Arkansas.
ROGERS--Rogers is losing a major manufacturing plant. Costing 500 Arkansan's their jobs. Aluminum wheel manufacturer, Superior Industries International, says the plant will be shut down by the end of this year.
YELL COUNTY, AR-- The surviving member of a family of three is at the center of an investigation one day after search crews found a man and his baby in the woods of the Ouachita Mountains.
A local gun collector owns a one of a kind weapon he claims once belonged to Adolf Hitler, and he's looking to sell.
WASHINGTON COUNTY-- A man breaks into a church and steals equipment, but then writes an apology letter.
FOX 24-- With the deadly Ebola virus taking lives around the world, here are four things you need to know to protect yourself.
More than 100 firefighters are spending the week in Northwest Arkansas.
ARKANSAS -- A Facebook post from reality TV star Mike Rowe claiming he was making a run for county judge had Arkansans buzzing yesterday.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- According to Fayetteville Police, the FBI served a search warrant on Betty Jo Drive.
KNWA via CNN-- New regulations for communities in the surgeon general's call to action, and a new bill is passed regarding sunscreen ingredients.
ROGERS -- Aluminum wheel manufacturer Superior Industries International says it will close the Rogers plant by the end of this year.
ARKANSAS -- A new Talk Business & Politics-Hendrix College survey shows Republican Rep. Tom Cotton leading two-term incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor.
YELL COUNTY -- After a five-day search, the bodies of a missing Greenwood man and his 10-month-old baby boy have been found.
KNWA-- Five-year-old big sister sobs because she just doesn't want her cute baby brother to grow up.
The kid now known as "Batkid" may have a movie in the works, new details are emerging in the V.A. scandal, and country acts are now outpacing the biggest names in pop music. These are your top trenders for July 30, 2014.
The Common Core State Standards have caused controversy from parents to politicians.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - The State and Public School Life and Health Insurance Board approved 2015 premium and benefit rates Tuesday for more than 42,000 public school employees.
FAYETTEVILLE -- The Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance is making "Grower's Gift" spaghetti sauce to raise support for the Arkansas Gleaning Project.
The Pulse, July 29th, 2014
For undocumented migrants surging into the U.S., the long journey from Central America doesn't end at the border. In Part Two of a Special Report, Fresno reporter Jack Highberger catches up to Manuel as he prepares to leave El Salvador to join his father Santos in California, who's been saving to send for his son for years.
Fayetteville, AR - The Fayetteville Public Education Foundation gives generous gift to Fayetteville Schools.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- Mercy Hospital has a new tool to help folks in rural and underserved areas.
FAYETTEVILLE--40 percent of Arkansans have debt in collections and the average debt in the Natural State is about 45-hundred dollars. Credit counseling of Arkansas reports a 15 percent spike in people needing financial help.
BELLA VISTA, AR-- The city of Bella Vista has given the go-ahead to a resolution calling for a change to the state's sex offender registration law.
FORT SMITH -- A power strip caused house fire in the River Valley.
BENTON COUNTY - A November trial date is set for a Benton County man accused of killing a 6-year-old girl.
SPRINGDALE - Last week we aired surveillance video of a burglar breaking into a Springdale home, and now, police say tips from viewers led to an arrest in the case.
(KNWA via NBC) -- An auto industry trade group is offering free car window decals to help remind people not to leave children alone in cars.
BENTON COUNTY -- A Benton County drug bust netted cash, drugs and six arrests Monday.
Arkansas - Do you have money just waiting to be claimed and don't even know it? That could be the case and the state wants you to claim it.
ADAIR COUNTY, OK -- The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) is asking for help to find a murder suspect.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- The City of Fayetteville is closing portions of West Maple Street for milling and asphalt overlaying construction.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- The Family Dollar will close three of its ten northwest Arkansas locations at the end of August.
PORT ST. LUCIE, FL -- "I honestly didn't think I was doing anything wrong, I was letting him go play," Gainey said.
BLOOMINGTON, IN -- Video shows two women, trapped on railroad bridge, lay down on tracks as a train passes over them. WTHR's David MacAnally reports.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - New numbers are in on the capital city's homicide rate.
The road to reopening for Ozark Climbing Gym was not easy.
Ozark Climbing Gym part-owner Jeff Harris shows off some amazing moves!
The company is looking to hire nearly 100 part-time & full-time employees.
Charles Mozdir was profiled on CNN, Investigators say a call during the show provided a strong lead.