JOPLIN, MO: Girls dressed as Elsa from Disney's "Frozen" will be trick or treating across the world, but some little ones got to meet Elsa in person, and they didn't have to travel all the way to Arendelle.
ARKANSAS -- A new Talk Business poll is placing Tom Cotton in one of his biggest leads to date in the race for U.S. Senate.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- After last week's news of a sex offender moving into a Rogers neighborhood, many folks were left wondering how police in other Northwest Arkansas towns deal with offenders.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- A Fayetteville Walmart is back open, after being evacuated during an investigation by police and the Bentonville bomb squad.
A judge sentenced former Olympian Oscar Pistorius today, a fashion icon dies, and San Francisco radio stations are banning a particular song today. These are your Top Trenders for October 21!
Fayetteville, AR - Groundbreaking for the new Spring Street parking deck in Fayetteville will take place Tuesday morning.
Little Flock, AR - The Children's Advocacy Center of Benton County is a nonprofit helping kids of child abuse cases in our community.
Topics range from health care to identity theft.
MANHATTAN, NY-- The stars came out to the Big Apple on Monday, including NBC's Bob Costas and Megyn Kelly of Fox News.
NATIONAL NEWS-- These are the stories making headlines around the nation.
FAYETTEVILLE --- Apple Pay launched Monday, allowing iPhone 6 users the option to buy items without cash or credit card.
SPRINGDALE, AR-- Now that early voting is underway, U.S. senate candidate, representative Tom Cotton, rallying for votes in Springdale on Monday.
FAYETTEVILLE-- Gas prices have tumbling down for the past several weeks. "So the prices that we're seeing right now are actually the lowest we've seen since 2011."
Early voting started Monday, and although the US Senate and Gubernatorial races have dominated the headlines, some ballot measures are less clear.
FORT SMITH -- Harvest Times Kids Academy kicked Fire Safety Week off with a bang.
(KNWA/NBC) -- The days of cutting coupons are over for many shoppers as the move to smart phone apps is bigger than ever.
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- On the first day of early voting, election officials say candidates' party affiliations did not show up on the screens.
FAYETTEVILLE - The Planning Commission unanimously denied the rezoning request for a Walmart Neighborhood Market.
CENTERTON, AR -- Candidates running for Mayor of Centerton will address issues currently impacting the city in a public forum.
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FOX 24 -- Pope Francis is making another major change at the Vatican.
(KNWA via NBC) -- The Denver Police Department is warning parents to keep an eye out for marijuana-laced candy in their children's trick-or-treat hauls this Halloween to ensure the only buzz the kids get is a sugar high.
FOX 24 via CNN -- The new mobile payments system for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus will be up and running this afternoon following the release of a software update for Apple's iOS mobile operating system.
BELLA VISTA --Starting Friday, the Bella Vista Animal Shelter will offer free cat adoptions.
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CNN -- The Food Allergy Research & Education organization wants Halloween lovers to go teal this holiday.
BENTONVILLE -- Bentonville police say three construction vehicles working on the Bella Vista Bypass were intentionally set on fire.
(FOX 24 via FOX) -- When he shined his flashlight at the noise, the entomologist and photographer saw an enormous, puppy-size spider.
(CNN) -- While there might not be a single, conclusive answer, a series of factors may contribute to survival.
DARDANELLE, AR---- Republican Senate candidate, Tom Cotton will cast his vote on Monday for day one of early voting.
Payton Manning reaches a milestone, police are now calling the Hannah Graham case a death investigation, and a pumpkin festival turns violent. These are your Top Trenders for October 10, 2014.
ARKANSAS -- Minimum wage and making the state wet are two issues getting strong support and opposition.
Tickets for a new lottery game called the "Monopoly Millionaire's Club" are now on sale in states across the nation, including here in Arkansas.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Candace Martin, with the Democratic Party of Arkansas, echoes sentiments expressed by the Southern Progress Fund.
Early voting begins Monday, October 20 across the state for the 2014 Midterm Election.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR--ET plus guard rail systems are end treatments designed to absorb the impact of drivers crashing into them on highways...But instead it's leaving cars and drivers impaled.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- A new batch of Leslie Rutledge emails have Democratic politicos questioning her judgment, saying the candidate for Attorney General isn't fit for the job.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS-- It's craft weekend In Northwest Arkansas and one show in particular, taking up lots of space across the region.
SPRINGDALE, AR--The American Red Cross home fires campaign is working to reduce the number of death and injuries from home fires.
SPRINGDALE, AR--According to a preliminary investigation by the NTSB, the train making a rescue attempt was traveling 5 miles over the speed limit when it crashed, and more details emerge...
NATIONAL NEWS -- Here are Friday's top trending stories nationwide.
BENTONVILLE -- The Bentonville School District is sharing maps, estimated drive times, and other information on the proposed rezoning.
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- In an interview, the passenger train conductor said train stalled previously on same trip.
ROGERS -- Rogers police are investigating a stabbing at a home Friday afternoon.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Children's Hospital has confirmed that the toddler who fell into the jaguar exhibit at the Little Rock Zoo last Friday has been released.
Overnight lanes closures on southbound I-49 in Benton County will begin Sunday night, October 19th, at 8:00 p.m. and will continue nightly till 6:00 a.m. through the week,.
KNWA -- It's enough to make any Starbucks lover jump for joy. The coffee company is launching a contest that will offer drinks for life to 10 extremely lucky customers.
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- Captain Richard Murphy began working as a deputy sheriff for Washington County on October 15, 1975 and retired Wednesday - 39 years to the day from when he first donned the badge.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Restaurants are getting ready for extra business as the Hogs head to Little Rock for the weekend.
NWA WEATHER AUTHORITY -- On Thursday's KNWA News meteorologist Dan Skoff cut open some of the seeds sent in from viewers all over the area for his annual "Persimmon Seed Winter Forecast." Here's what he found: