B. Tap Dancing
C. Jazz Saxophone
D. Trapeze Flying
E. Animal Costuming
The Answer: A. Ventriloquism
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- Residential construction could soon be moving in on one piece of Fayetteville history.
A mom gives birth on the curb outside the hospital and it's all caught on camera, Garth Brook's tour isn't off to a great start and Obama laughs at the idea to sue him. These are your Top Trenders.
North Little Rock, AR - Early in June, a 13-year-old terrier mix named Torrey ran away from home. More than a month later, his family found him at the Little Rock Animal Village.
LITTLE ROCK, AR- Arkansans know that fires can get out of control in a hurry, and many people have peace of mind knowing local fire departments are there to protect them.
It's time for Pet of the Week!
SPRINGFIELD, MO -- A medical breakthrough may soon allow us to diagnose Alzheimer's disease before the symptoms start.
VILONIA, AR -- A grassroots organization is calling on the community to create a bigger, better town after the April 27 storm.
A proposal to expand alcohol sales to all Arkansas counties is one step closer to making the November ballot. The Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Amendment recieved 6,000 more signatures than needed. Those signatures are now being verified.
Walmart is looking to hire nearly 100 workers for its new Supercenter in Huntsville that is set to open in the Fall.
Volunteers put in countless hours this week making the famous spaghetti for the 116th annual event.
((KNWA/BUSINESS INSIDER))-- How much time do we spend on our phones?
((KNWA/CONSUMER REPORTS))-- Parents might want to add another summer time risk to the list that you might not have thought about.
ROGERS, AR-- Family fun, with a trampoline twist is on its way to Rogers.
CENTERTON -- The community is coming together to save the dog now known as Moxy who was found strapped with fireworks this week near Centerton.
Saturday, the Swon Brothers are bringing their harmonious melodies to the Walmart AMP as the opening act for Miranda Lambert.
FAYETTEVILLE - Next week, the city council will consider bids for the first phase of the project, which involves demolishing administrative offices and excavating the site.
FORT SMITH -- A building with an old soul will be the home of Chaffee Crossings first restaurant.
ARKANSAS - A proposal to expand alcohol sales to all Arkansas counties is one step closer to getting onto the November ballot.
FOX 24 -- FOX has cut the final season of Glee from twenty-two to thirteen episodes, Deadline reports.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Fayetteville police say they already seen a few accidents due to the rain, which is expected to continue into the afternoon.
VAN BUREN -- A man walked away from a rollover accident early Thursday morning only to be hit and killed by a car minutes later.
KNWA via NBC -- A survey by Spectrem Group found that more than 69 percent of millionaires surveyed said they believed the four-day workweek is a "valid idea."
BENTONVILLE - Walmart is hoping a social media contest - and prizes - will inspire better eating habits this summer.
KANSAS CITY -- The 17-story Verruckt is even taller than Niagara Falls.
BENTONVILLE, AR. --- A local non-profit could use a few things and you can help out!
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- According to police, Sherwanda Wells posted prostitution ads for a 16-year-old girl to Backpage.com.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- If you're looking to land a new job, you could find just what you're looking for at a job fair Thursday.
LITTLE ROCK, AR- Arkansas ranks number one in the nation for the most trauma fatalities, but now a trauma system in place is working to shrink those numbers.
LITTLE ROCK -- A summer science camp is giving middle schoolers hands-on experience in learning science, math, and technology.
Altheimer, AR - Tuesday night's storms in Jefferson County are still causing problems in the small town of Altheimer.
Brian Moore, a Springdale native, has purchased the Apollo Theater with the hopes of preserving it.
Another political ad out Tuesday in the heated battle between Mark Pryor and Tom Cotton centers around the April 27th storm.
Christian Taylor Beauford and Zach Davis share a heart for children and now they are creating videos to show how hot cars can get.
A Northwest Arkansas family welcomes home their new adopted daughter, after a 20 month process.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- Another Starbucks may be popping up in Fayetteville soon.
Tuesday, Rogers Police responded to a complaint of a silver Toyota Corolla displaying a pellet rifle out the window.
AROUND ARKANSAS-- A dramatic spike in Shigellosis cases are making their way around Arkansas.
A much-needed snow plow is joining Benton County's fleet thanks to a grant to the AHTD.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- Cats and kittens can be adopted for free at Fayetteville, Bella Vista and Washington County animal shelters.
Nearly 100 teens visited Rogers this week for the 49th Annual Daisy Air Rifle Championship Match.
BENTONVILLE, AR -- A Missouri couple's unique adoption fundraising campaign is now plunging into Northwest Arkansas!
Emergency officials in Brinkley and Monroe County are swamped with problems following summer flooding. Days later, they're still trying to figure out the best way to help stranded animals.
Springdale's former Wilson Mercantile store was torn down today in an effort to revitalize Downtown Springdale.
PINE BLUFF, AR - A Pine Bluff man is left with multiple injuries after police say several suspects in an SUV attacked him on June 30. WARNING: GRAPHIC VIDEO
ARKANSAS -- Prices at the pump may be putting the squeeze on your wallet - but Arkansans actually pay less in taxes per gallon than most of the United States.
ROGERS -- Rogers investigators are hoping you'll recognize the men in these pictures.
ROGERS -- Rogers Police are taking to social media to clear up confusion about calls folks may have received asking for money.
NEW ORLEANS -- Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin sentenced to 120 months in prison. U.S. District Judge Helen Berrigan also ordered Nagin to pay restitution.
FAYETTEVILLE/SPRINGDALE, AR-- Traffic tie-ups in Fayetteville and Springdale, troubling commuters as they hit the road.
Cyberstalking Cyberstalking HOT SPRINGS, AR - Our dependence on phones, computers and tablets continues growing but could it be detrimental? An Arkansas woman dealing with a cyberstalker is now using her story to warn people about how someone could use your devices against you.