CAPE FAIR, Mo. -- Kent Melton helped bring the movie's characters to life by sculpting them into characters.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- As people cope with Beverly Carter's death, friends of the Carter family held a special run in her honor.
BENTONVILLE -- The top two gubernatorial candidates went head-to-head Tuesday night at a candidate forum held at Bentonville High School. Some voters in attendance at the forum said they were still undecided.
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Rogers, AR - A new campaign is looking to raise awareness about breast cancer in a very unique way.
City leaders showed off the master plan for the city.
SPRINGDALE, AR- The Pink Ribbon Luncheon is an annual event packed with breast cancer survivors from across Northwest Arkansas to kick off Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Direct pay is becoming more popular across the country.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Family, friends and people across Arkansas touched by the story of murdered Pulaski County realtor Beverly Carter are wore red on Tuesday in tribute to her.
The City of Fayetteville held a ribbon cutting Tuesday for a new interpretive sign that showcases the history of Wilson park.
A local real estate firm is revisiting safety procedures for it's brokers following Beverly Carter's murder.
BENTONVILLE -- Arkansas State Police have released information about a fiery, three-car crash that happened Monday afternoon.
(KNWA/NBC) -- When it comes to air travel, the prices seem to keep rising while the leg room is shrinking.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS - Local animal shelters are offering up discounts to adopt cats and dogs during the month of October.
The former President will be speaking at rallies in the state.
KNWA -- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed Tuesday a case of Ebola virus has been diagnosed in the United States.
LITTLE ROCK -- Holladay also addressed suspect Arron Lewis' claims another man he called "Trevor" was involved in the incident, saying, "At this time,we are not seeking any other suspects."
VAN BUREN -- Did you see a man walking through Van Buren Monday, carrying a flag and saluting every car?
LITTLE ROCK -- In a letter Monday, Pryor explained his reasons for declining the invitation.
UPDATE: Police have released surveillance video of a robbery at a Springdale gas station in hopes someone can help them identify these two men.
(KNWA via NBC Sports) -- Phelps, a 22-time Olympic medalist, was pulled over after driving 84mph in a 45mph zone.
BENTONVILLE -- The front runners in the Arkansas gubernatorial race will participate will talk about agendas at Bentonville High School.
LITTLE ROCK -- After 6 a.m., Arron Lewis was walked to a vehicle to be transported to the Pulaski Co. Jail.
A Pennsylvania priest appeared for a detention hearing Monday, protests continue in Ferguson and an American doctor exposed to Ebola is helping test a new vaccine. These are your Top Trenders for September 30, 2014.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - The family of Beverly Carter released a statement after investigators discovered her body Tuesday morning.
PULASKI COUNTY, AR -- Missing Pulaski County realtor Beverly Carter, 49, has been found dead.
Bentonville, AR - Lifeline of NWA is a nonprofit providing families and individuals piece of mind in emergency situations.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Dozens of residents came to City Hall Monday night to hear about the issues facing Fayetteville, as five of six City Council candidates running in Ward 4 made an appearance in a candidate forum.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - A suspect is now jailed and faces a kidnapping charge in the disappearance of Pulaski County realtor Beverly Carter.
HOT SPRINGS, AR (Arkansas Times) - A shooting range is now denying Muslims customers, according to the establishment's owner.
BENTONVILLE -- A new a convenient way to do your shopping is popping up at a Walmart in Bentonville.
SPRINGDALE -- The Wallethub.com analysis of more than 500 cities nationwide ranks Springdale sixth in the nation.
FAYETTEVILLE-- In just a few days, parents will need to have their students up to date on all their vaccinations-- specifically the chicken pox booster. New state regulations require all public school students to have specific vaccinations - by October first.
FAYETTEVILLE - The sheriff's office delivered food collected over the weekend to the Salvation Army Area Command in Fayetteville.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS - The Lusks had the transplant surgery almost two weeks ago in Little Rock, and are now out of the hospital recovering.
Walmart Stores said the passengers' injuries were caused by their "failure to properly wear an appropriate available seat belt restraint device," which it said constitutes unreasonable conduct.
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- A Lincoln woman is behind bars - accused of trying to hire someone to kill her husband.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - New details on what led up to police nabbing this kidnapping suspect, including video surveillance video from moments before the arrest.
FAYETTEVILLE -- On Monday, the department released this final look at numbers of accidents and arrests in Fayetteville related to the rally.
BELLA VISTA, AR -- A wreck is stalling traffic on Highway 71 in Bella Vista.
(KNWA via TODAY) -- We asked vets around the country to share one piece of stay-healthy advice every pet owner should know. From dental care to diet, here’s what they had to say.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - A man authorities had been looking for since Sunday afternoon in the disappearance of a Pulaski County realtor has been arrested.
University of Arkansas is working to improve the cell phone signal during Razorback football games.
BENTONVILLE, AR -- Police in Bentonville are conducting a death investigation.
You could grab a free cup of coffee today, Chelsea Clinton has a new title, and protests in Hong Kong continue. These are your Top Trenders for September 29, 2014.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- An Arkansas deputy who became quadriplegic after an accident while on duty is now walking on his own.
(UPDATE) SCOTT, AR - An active warrant is out for a man Pulaski County Deputies want to question in connection with the disappearance of Pulaski County realtor Beverly Carter.
BENTON COUNTY-- In Siloam Springs, a trash pickup is set for the city starting Monday.
September is National Yoga Month, so what better way to celebrate than to try one of the latest trends in the practice?
The Pulse, Sept. 28, 2014