Thursday, March 13th Hiring Our Heroes in Bentonville, helps active military, veterans and their spouses get jobs.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- Reports of rape at the University of Arkansas are being investigated and many are wondering if these cases are part of a bigger problem on campus.
Hundreds of volunteers worked with non-profits across Northwest Arkansas Wednesday for the United Way's "Live United Day."
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- Spring Breakers, rejoice. Make up school days in Fayetteville will not affect your plans.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Lottery players have millions of reasons to buy a ticket or two this week.
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LITTLE ROCK, AR--The future of transportation in Arkansas became a hot topic at the State Capitol this week.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- West Fayetteville is the fastest growing part of the city, according to the Chamber of Commerce. To keep up with the growth, one major road is soon to be under construction.
SEBASTIAN COUNTY -- During the struggle, deputies said Chas had attempted to run away from the home and Nicole chased him in a pickup, eventually crashing into a tree.
ROGERS, AR -- Firefighters now believe the Wednesday morning fire at D & F Auto Sales was purposefully set.
BELLA VISTA, AR. --- The search is on for the person responsible for a local dog's abuse and eventual death. On Wednesday, Bella Vista animal control canvassed the area to see if anyone had information on the dog.
KNWA/FOX 24 -- After thirty years on death row, a Louisiana inmate is released. Glenn Ford has been deemed innocent of the crimes for which he was convicted.
KNWA (via Today Show) -- You're sitting on the couch at home and your snack falls on the floor. Have you ever invoked the "five-second rule" to feel better about putting that cookie or nacho back into your mouth?
Minutes before the altercation with the reporter, the woman agreed to plead guilty to posting nude photos of her husband’s girlfriend.
VAN BUREN COUNTY -- Gillean, 57, had been accused of commercial burglary in the 2012 thefts of college exams from the offices of UCA professors. Prosecutors he gave then-student Cameron Stark master keys to steal the tests.
KNWA via WATN -- St. Jude Children's Research Hospital says the makers of an experimental drug will allow it to be used to treat a seven-year-old fighting cancer.
FOX 24 via FOX 17 -- Beltran says that if Mateo thinks he has a valid argument, he's sure to speak his mind. This time, Beltran happened to have her phone with her so she hit record just as Mateo got into his stride.
NJ says goodbye to Tesla, 529 Plans are up big and Fannie and Freddie could be on the way out. Time now for your Business Minute!
AR Fiscal Session Comes To a Close
Lawmakers Discuss the Future of Transportation in AR
"It's been a really bad time of year, this year particularly," Dr. Steve Cashman with The Allergy Care Center in Fayetteville said.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- The writings of former longtime U.S. and Arkansas Senator Dale Bumpers will be opened to researchers next Wednesday, March 19th. They'll be on display at the University of Arkansas.
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U.S. News & World Report has released its newest ranking of higher education institutions this week, and graduate programs at the University of Arkansas have improved their standings.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Martha Shoffner has been found guilty on all 14 counts.
BENTONVILLE -- One mom claims her son was deprived special education and instead was sent to a therapy clinic where he was abused.
FARMINGTON, AR-- A special gift, given to young victims of abuse in Northwest Arkansas.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS-- It's almost time to gear up for another school year. Have you registered your child for Kindergarten yet?
A poultry equipment supplier broke ground for a new warehouse and distribution center on Tuesday.
Close to 500 people attended the Arkansas Governor's Conference on Tourism at the John Q. Hammons Center.
A group rallied outside Tuesday's tourism conference to support preservation of the Buffalo National River.
ROGERS, AR-- A teen missing since February has been found.
BELLA VISTA, AR-- The city's police and fire departments are now accepting applications.
More than two million people around the world learn to live with an often debilitating disease.
MURFREESBORO, AR-- One lucky Arkansas visitor uncovered a diamond weighing in at almost 3 carats, within 20 minutes of searching.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Martha Shoffner has been found guilty on all 14 counts. The federal judge instructed the jury to return a verdict for each one of the 14 separate charges listed in the indictment.
FORT SMITH, AR -- Construction on the Mercy Clinic Free Ferry has officially begun.
BELLA VISTA, AR -- The shelter has raised $500 in donated money to help find and arrest whoever could be responsible for the abuse death of a dog last week.
(FOX 24 via FOX) -- A group of passengers suing Carnival Corp. for damages after sailing on the ill-fated Carnival Triumph cruise ship that drifted at sea for days are asking the company to pay $5,000 a month for the rest of their lives for ongoing medical and mental problems.
FOX 24 -- Turns out a video that garnered millions of views Tuesday was made to promote clothing brand Wren's fall line.
UPDATE: The boil order for City of Pea Ridge has now been lifted. You do not need to empty ice makers or drain anything because there was no contamination, reports Pea Ridge Times.
It's therapy seen and not heard, but through a different set of eyes.
FOX 24 -- The president appeared on Funny or Die's "Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis" to talk about Obamacare, among other things.
KNWA via KUSA - A Colorado barber says he is so frustrated with pot-smelling customers that he put a sign up in his Greely, CO storefront, warning pot smelling customers that they are not welcome.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Monday (3/10) a federal jury watched a FBI video recording of money delivered in a pie box to former State Treasurer Martha Shoffner.
Highlights From AR Fiscal Session
A new study gives Arkansas a "C" when it comes to teaching civil rights.
Lawmakers will meet today to talk about whether the state's paying school teachers enough.
Arkansas - Lawmakers Tackle Icy Roads in Fiscal Session.
If you don't sign up for health insurance, or don't have health insurance, you could be penalized.