BELLA VISTA -- Earlier this month, we told you about a million dollar winning Powerball ticket that was purchased from Casey's General Store.
CRAWFORD COUNTY -- The Crawford County Sheriff's Office is looking for a man they believe stabbed someone during a road rage incident that happened on Wednesday afternoon.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- Fayetteville ranks #4 on a list of best college towns in the nation.
WASHINGTON COUNTY, AR -- Investigators say one person in dead and a sheriff's deputy was shot and wounded during a domestic shooting Wednesday night.
KNWA via TODAY-- The family that brought you the viral "#XMAS JAMMIES" video is back with a back-to-school remix.
FOX 24 via FOX NEWS -- Last year, an estimated 115 million people watched as Bruno Mars and The Red Hot Chili Peppers performed at halftime of Super Bowl 48 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.
VAN BUREN – A man has been arrested after leading police on a foot chase through Van Buren Thursday morning.
As technology improves, so do the skills of hackers. According to a new report, the health care industry is among the hardest hit.
KNWA via CNN-- Studies show that mental health disabilities are on the rise in children.
HOT SPRINGS, AR--Arkansas doctors are warning parents to keep a close eye on challenges popping up online.
Tests show that an American doctor infected with the Ebola virus is now clear of infection, a new warning about certain kinds of peanut butter and a Missouri police officer is now off the job. These are your Top Trenders for August 21, 2014.
FAYETTEVILLE--At Tuesday night's City Council meeting, a unanimous approval was given to move forward with the purchase of land adjacent to Gulley Park. The City was looking to buy the nearly 11 acres for 1.1 million dollars to expand the park, and prevent nearby development from encroaching. Mary Lou Dunn has lived on Old Wire Road in Fayetteville for over 50 years.
Attending Campaign Fundraiser in Little Rock After Rally in Jonesboro
WASHINGTON COUNTY, AR -- Investigators say someone shot a sheriff's deputy during a domestic shooting Wednesday night.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS-- The Walton Family Foundation announced its grant-making plan for Northwest Arkansas and the Arkansas Delta until 2020, Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK, AR-- Tenant-landlord laws are a big concern around the Natural State.
ROGERS, AR-- U.S. Senator Mark Pryor is taking his new jobs push to Northwest Arkansas.
SPRINGDALE, AR - The Arkansas Lottery Commission has voted to close three of it's claim centers including one in Washington County.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR--Ordinance 119. A hot button issue drawing concern of businesses in Fayetteville.
The Hilton Garden Inn is looking for employees to start in September when the new hotel opens.
The Arkansas Fair Housing Commission visited in Northwest Arkansas this week, as part of a statewide tour.
KNWA/FOX 24 -- Some of our parent company leaders took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Tuesday.
FAYETTEVILLE - While civil rights Ordinance 119 is new to the City of Fayetteville, a similar policy is already in place at a Fayetteville school.
LITTLE ROCK -- The Arkansas Lottery Commission voted Wednesday to close its three regional claim centers in Springdale, Jonesboro and Camden in an effort to cut costs and free up cash for more scholarships.
With move-in going on throughout the week, folks are seeing traffic issues on or near the UA campus.
KNWA -- You can watch the 66th Emmy Awards live on KNWA Monday, August 25.
GREENWOOD -- The Sebastian County fair kicked off this week in Greenwood. Events like mutton bustin’, talent shows and tractor pulls are scheduled all week along.
DELAWARE COUNTY, OK - The man charged with killing two University of Arkansas students in a boating accident last summer pleaded guilty Wednesday in an Oklahoma court.
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KNWA via TODAY-- Here are six things you should know before adding a furry friend to your family.
FOX 24 via KARK-- Democratic candidate for senate, Mark Pryor, debuts a new ad talking about the benefits of the Affordable Care Act.
MONETT, MO - Tyson Foods could face new charges stemming from an incident at the company's Monett plant. In May, the plant leaked a chemical into the city's water treatment facility. The chemical is believed to be linked to a large fish kill downstream.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- In a vote of 6 to 2, the Fayetteville City Council has approved Civil Rights Ordinance 119.
Georgia is 11 years old and goes to school in Huntsville. Click the video to watch her interview and see her 7-day forecast.
KNWA via TODAY-- Newlyweds Derick and Jill Dillard announce they are expecting their first child.
BENTONVILLE – A charity is teaming up with a national clothing chain and they're asking for your pants.
FERGUSON, MO-- A lot of rumors and speculation surround the death of an African American teen in Ferguson, Missouri. Here are three things you should know about the situation.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- The central portion of the University of Arkansas campus is becoming a walk only zone.
Terrorists have decapitated an American journalist, Rick Perry turns himself into authorities, and coffee fans can rejoice over a new specialty now in stores. These are your Top Trenders for Wednesday, August 20, 2014.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Veterans in Arkansas gathered Tuesday to express their frustration with a health care system designed just for them, but is letting so many down.
ROGERS, AR -- Police in Rogers are calling off the search for a kidnapping victim.
ROGERS, AR-- Police in Rogers need your help tracking down a possible kidnapping victim.
Chose to return to Mexico from U.S. to legally immigrate, hasn't returned to country for two years.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- A trolley tour is coming to town this week.
UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS-- The mass move-in has started at the University of Arkansas.
Fayetteville, AR - Dozens of volunteers gathered at local community farm to offer a helping hand.
SPRINGDALE, AR-- Kids are back in class in Springdale and so are police officers.
GRANT COUNTY, AR -- The Grant County Court hearing began Monday afternoon to end a long-running back and forth between the State and Ray Vance, the now former Grant County Sheriff.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - An advocacy group says conditions inside a state-run youth detention facility include staff incentivizing youth to harass and slap other youth.