HOT SPRING COUNTY, AR -- The mother of a murder victim is questioning how the man accused of capital murder escaped from jail.
HARRISON, AR -- A hate group is targeting a city in the Ozarks once again.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Changes are coming this summer for daycare centers across the Natural State. Leaders with the Arkansas Department of Human Services say these updates will make centers more safe and provide children with a better education.
A witness tried to help a woman being robbed in a mall parking lot only to find himself facing down the barrel of a gun.
SPRINGDALE, AR -- The Susan G. Komen for the Cure organization aims to save lives and work to end breast cancer.
The full recall happened Monday.
BENTONVILLE -- An at times passionate discussion at the Bentonville School Board meeting Monday night.
BEAVER LAKE -- With two drownings at Beaver Lake already this year, park officials are looking for new ways to get people in life-vests.
KNWA/FOX 24 -- The Bentonville Film Festival is right around the corner, and you could attend a special film screening for free!
FAYETTEVILLE -- Fayetteville police will team up with Project Right Choice for the second annual National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR - A third federal lawsuit has been filed against Washington County officials in the last five months.
CARROLL COUNTY -- Authorities have identified the man that drowned in Beaver Lake Sunday as 38-year-old Russell Johnston of Seligman, Missouri.
LITTLE ROCK, AR (News release) - The state’s first sports medicine fellowship for family physicians will start this summer on the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences’ Northwest Arkansas campus.
KNWA/FOX 24 -- You can do your part to keep Arkansas beautiful by getting involved in a few events scheduled this week.
KNWA via CNN -- Kraft Macaroni and Cheese is getting a healthier makeover.
MALVERN, AR -- A capital murder suspect who escaped Sunday night is reported to have been caught this morning.
VILONIA, AR -- Central Arkansas parents are trying to let others know about a rare disease many infants don't survive. Their daughter was not expected to live past her first birthday, but she did.
ROGERS, AR -- The Walmart AMP has announced that musician Hozier will take the stage on September 15.
BOSTON, MA -- Monday is race day in Boston, 30,000 runners and more than 100,000 fans will be a part of history during the running of the 119th Boston Marathon.
VENICE HARBOR, LA -- They were images that helped define one of the worst environmental disasters in U.S. history. Pelicans, turtles and other wildlife covered in sludge during the BP oil disaster. Monday marks the 5th anniversary of the spill and while the Gulf is on the rebound, there are still questions about the impact on animals who call it home.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR (News Release)-- - In an effort to restore the natural vegetation at Lake Fayetteville, the city is planning a prescribed burn to aid in prairie restoration, site preparation and reduce the threat of catastrophic wildfire.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- It's no secret that companies like Walmart and Tyson help drive the Northwest Arkansas economy, but did you know they're also attracting small businesses to the area?
UPDATE (4/20/15) -- Police say the victim, a 23-year-old man, was treated and released from the hospital. His name has not been released.
PEA RIDGE—Saturday and Sunday mark the opening weekend for National Park Week. But visitors to parks around the nation, may find they need some repairs.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- 54 hours, 11 ideas and one goal, to create the next big thing.
Hundreds of calls per day, 12 hour shifts. The life of a 911 dispatcher can be stressful. Veteran dispatcher Decire Castillo is always making split-second decisions, relaying vital information to Police and Paramedics.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- Springfest was back in Fayetteville on Saturday. A little rain didn't keep the legendary bed races from happening!
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Nearly six years later, two Little Rock army recruiters, shot by an Islamic extremist, will be receiving the honor so many people feel they deserve. Thursday, the word came from Washington that both men will receive Purple Hearts.
ARKANSAS-- The Department of Human Services says it continues to make changes to policies and procedures surrounding child investigations, and reps say, this is their third internal child death review.
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- The Washington County Quorum Court will conduct its own investigation into the safety of county bridges.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR - A state commission found Arkansas Landlord - Tenant laws are out of balance and in need of reform.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- Instead of baseball and hot dogs it's softball and your dog!
KNWA via CNN -- Are you going out this weekend? How much do you pay your babysitter? Watching kids is becoming big business across the country.
LITTLE ROCK, AR via KARK -- Nearly six years later, finally two Little Rock army recruiters shot by an Islamic extremist will be receiving the honor so many people feel they deserve.
WASHINGTON, DC - Will he run for president in 2016? It's being reported that a "campaign announcement" is expected tonight from former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- Police arrested 20-year-old Lindsey Sweetin Thursday for filing a false police report about a sexual assault she originally said happened in the Harmon Parking garage on the University of Arkansas campus.
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- In a letter to County Judge Marilyn Edwards, Eva Madison says she has accepted a role as co-investigator into the ongoing investigation into Washington County Bridges.
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- Ozarks Electric reports power has been restored to all customers as of 10:34 a.m.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- If officers need to pull out their weapon, a new training program is testing their judgment and accuracy.
It's time for the Pet of the Week!
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- Hundreds of Fayetteville area residents and surrounding communities will step up to raise awareness and funds for the National MS Society.
FAYETTEVILLE -- The 32nd annual festival returns to town Saturday.
HOT SPRINGS, AR -- Some Arkansans Thursday, doing a double take of a scene one might only expect to see in the Wild West.
SPRINGDALE, AR-- In Springdale three gang related shootings in four weeks, killed two young adults. One Springdale resident is calling on his community to take action.
WASHINGTON COUNTY-- Judge Marilyn Edwards wants all bridges built in the last 20 years reinspected after some structural concerns have come up. We talked with, Shawn Shrum, of the Washington County Road Department who says inspections are already conducted every two years as required by state law. If repairs are necessary they are taken care of as quickly as possible, but at extra cost to the public.
SPRINGDALE -- Police hope Facebook and Twitter can communicate efforts to end violent crimes.
KNWA/FOX 24 -- The Arkansas Department of Education report card is out for schools across the Natural State. See how some NWA schools fared.
KNWA via NBC -- The Food and Drug Administration has a very specific definition of what it means to call a product "healthy" and it says 4 flavors of "Kind" energy bars fall short of that definition. But this is sparking a debate over what healthy really means.
OZARK, AR -- The full music schedule for the 12th annual Wakarusa Music Festival has been announced.
KNWA via KETK -- Catherine Wells, an Arkansas native who is at the center of a controversy involving the Church of Wells, returned to the Wells and is engaged to be married to a fellow member of the congregation.