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What's Trending in NWA with Tim & Jeff in the Morning

The search for a black bear in Springdale has folks all over Northwest Arkansas talking and posting online.
Springdale Police shared this picture of the bear on their Facebook page.
Springdale Police shared this picture of the bear on their Facebook page.
Tim & Jeff revealed Yogi Bear was also in Springdale. (Tim & Jeff in the Morning)
Tim & Jeff revealed Yogi Bear was also in Springdale. (Tim & Jeff in the Morning)
The Snuggle bear alongside the Springdale bear. (Tim & Jeff in the Morning)
The Snuggle bear alongside the Springdale bear. (Tim & Jeff in the Morning)
The Springdale bear is also traveling with the Charmin bear. (Tim & Jeff in the Morning)
The Springdale bear is also traveling with the Charmin bear. (Tim & Jeff in the Morning)
Bear Grylls stepped in to help with the search. (Tim & Jeff in the Morning)
Bear Grylls stepped in to help with the search. (Tim & Jeff in the Morning)
The ongoing search for a black bear in Springdale exploded on social media Wednesday.

The bear was spotted in the afternoon near Tyson Headquarters, but disappeared into the woods before Arkansas Game & Fish wardens could catch it.

It seemingly resurfaced later that night, after a man called police saying he hit what he believed to be a black bear with his car at Don Tyson Parkway and 48th Street.

Wildlife officers say the bear is not a threat to the community.

After Springdale police released a photo of the bear, it spread rapidly online.  The bear also now has its own Twitter page - @springdalebear

Tim & Jeff in the Morning on Power 105.7 spoke with the Fox Morning Edge Thursday about the bear search, and shed some new light on the story.

The radio hosts were able to use their "photo analysis computer" to reveal new details about the picture of the infamous bear (see attached pictures).
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