FAYETTEVILLE -- Conner Eldridge, United States Attorney for the Western District of Arkansas, announced that Craig Goettsch, 53, of Rogers, Arkansas was sentenced today to 60 months in prison followed by five years of supervised release for Possession of Child Pornography.
(KNWA via NBCNews) -- Cuban President Raul Castro has demanded that the United States hand back its Guantanamo Bay military base - an apparent bargaining tool in the restoration of full diplomatic relations between the countries.
The year is 1565 and in the first New World, Spanish Florida is taking shape. It's really only been very recently that the general public has been made aware that St. Augustine precedes Plymouth Rock and Jamestown.
PHOENIX - With the big game getting closer, more and more fans are coming to Arizona to hang out and have fun. One place a lot of people are checking out is the Gridiron Glory exhibit at the Arizona Science Center.
PEA RIDGE, AR -- A new partnership between the National Park Service, Arkansas Fish & Game Commission and the National Bobwhite Conservation Initiative will establish the first ever bobwhite quail restoration area to be located on National Park Service land.
LITTLE ROCK -- A University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) BioVentures startup company, InterveXion Therapeutics LLC, has received two federal grants totaling $14.5 million for development of drug therapies that can help methamphetamine drug abusers break their addiction.
KNWA -- Following the launch of NBCUniversal’s launch of the TV Everywhere, the company has created “Super Stream Sunday” - allowing viewers 11 continuous hours of NBC streaming content on February 1, without having to log-in.
AROUND ARKANSAS -- We first told you about possible legislation that could allow guns on some Arkansas college campuses. The bill would allow full-time faculty and staff members with a concealed carry license to carry a gun on campus.
BENTONVILLE-- It was a somber gathering of law enforcement agencies, city officials and residents from across Northwest Arkansas, as the Rogers Chief of Police, James Allen was laid to rest on Tuesday.
BENTONVILLE -- The state began its case by showing the jury pictures of the victims on their first day of kindergarten. Matar's defense attorneys told the jury there is no DNA evidence linking Matar to the sexual assaults.