SEARCY — Police, firefighters, neighbors, friends, and family members continue the search for missing 2-year-old Malik Drummond into the late night and early morning hours.
ROGERS, AR--According to the US Fire Administration, fires are the single most common disaster across the nation, and most of them happen on Thanksgiving Day.
Police shoot and kill a 12 year old boy, residents of New York are still trying to dig out of record snow, and a new way to protect your holiday deliveries.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS-- The Washington County Health Unit is providing seasonal flu shots in Springdale on Tuesday.
SPRINGDALE-- Police are searching for a man who robbed a gas station at gunpoint overnight, Sunday.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS-- If you're looking for cheap holiday travel options, how about free travel?
Protests continue in Ferguson, Missouri and President Obama shifts his stance on troops in Afghanistan.
BELLA VISTA-- The Bella Vista Fire Department is investigating an early morning blaze at an apartment complex.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR--The "A-Walk" is a special moment that not many get the chance to experience. It's been made by members of the Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Foundation and former Arkansas coach Frank Broyles.
FAYETTEVILLE-- Lights of the Ozarks attracted thousands of people to the Fayetteville square Friday night.
NATIONAL NEWS --- Here are Friday's top headlines nationwide.
Thursday, was a bitter sweet day for gay marriage supporters. Their cause was taken up by the state Supreme Court and a federal judge but the day prior a long-time activist lost his battle with cancer.
BENTONVILLE, AR-- A man climbing through ceilings and stealing cash in a string of burglaries. It's leaving business owners on high alert and Bentonville police still looking for a suspect.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Thousands gathered for the lighting ceremony on the Fayetteville Square Friday.
LITTLE ROCK -- The decrease amounts to two-tenths of a percentage point from September's rate of 6.2 percent.
SPRINGFIELD, MO -- Napier has been wanted since 2010, when he disappeared from a small town in Texas after being charged.
The Red Cross says blood and platelet donations typically go down during the winter months because of holiday activities and travel, but the blood supply need remains constant.
Police have a name for the man accused of shooting on FSU's campus, a famed Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony winner has died, more people have died in the snow storm in Buffalo, NY., and new information on the Ferguson police officer accused of killing Michael Brown. These are your Top Trenders for November 21, 2014.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Justices with the Arkansas Supreme Court heard arguments Thursday on whether to uphold the state's ban on same-sex marriage.
ROGERS, AR. --- Did you know that one in four people in NWA face food insecurity? The NWA Food Bank is hoping to change that statistic with its 'Jewels Of Giving' gala.
It's time for Pets of the Week!
About 60 people came out to Acambaro's in Springdale Thursday night with high hopes for President Obama's announcement.
NATIONAL NEWS -- Here are Thursday's top-trending stories Nationwide.
AROUND ARKANSAS -- Whether it's running a juvenile lockup, providing healthcare to prison inmates or even touching up the state capitol, private companies now perform many functions formerly done by the government.
They say it is good for local businesses.
LITTLE FLOCK, AR (Benton Co.)--The Children's Advocacy Center of Benton County remembered 11 kids killed by child abuse in a pinwheel placement ceremony earlier Thursday afternoon.
FORT SMITH -- After just a couple of hours of deliberation, the jury handed Kinsey sentences totaling of 70 in prison.
BENTONVILLE -- The 21c Hotel in downtown Bentonville evacuated portions of the building Thursday following a fire in the kitchen.
KNWA/FOX 24 -- At 7:00 p.m.CT, President Obama will address the nation from the White House about immigration reform.
RIVER VALLEY -- There are some lane closures you should know about on Highway 71 between Greenwood and Fort Smith.
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission says this is what you should and shouldn't do if a deer appears in front of you car.
TONTITOWN, AR -- More than 80,000 people want to see the Duggar family's TLC show canceled.
(CNN) Forget Thanksgiving Day openings, and even Black Friday. Many retailers have already started their holiday shopping push. Folks who are ready to shop may find some deals now, but many items will be worth a wait.
Three people were injured by a man with a gun at FSU Wednesday night, Buffalo, New York is still buried under feet of snow, and NBC has scrapped future plans with comedian Bill Cosby. These are your Top Trenders for Thursday, November 20!
BENTON COUNTY -- Thousands of dollars worth of farm equipment, including a truck and trailer was stolen from a house in Lowell and a propane store in Huntsville.
FAYETTEVILLE -- You can give some furry felines a forever home for free at the Fayetteville Animal Shelter's special event.
NATIONAL NEWS-- These are the stories topping headlines across the country.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- More than 100 people demonstrated on the steps of the Arkansas State Capitol on Wednesday, a day before justices with the Arkansas Supreme Court hear arguments on the state's marriage amendment.
HATTIEVILLE, AR -- As the Keystone XL pipeline is put on hold after a bill fails to clear the U.S. Senate, another pipeline project slated to cut across Arkansas is drawing concerns among property owners.
AROUND ARKANSAS -- The lack of pre-K funding in the Natural State has left many parents out of options. Pre-K has not seen an increase in funding since 2008. On Tuesday the Joint Budget Committee shot down an extra $14 million in funding for pre-K programs across Arkansas.
(KNWA/NBC) -- Thousands of kids have faced serious and potentially deadly side effects after consuming energy drinks, new research shows.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS --- 31 men wait on death row, but no one in Arkansas has been executed since 2005. Is justice really being served?
Clarity Pointe honored Broyles for helping caregivers all over the nation.
FORT SMITH-- Jury finds Gregory Aaron Kinsey guilty.
BENTONVILLE, AR (Benton County)--15-year old April Andrews disappeared in 2006 while on her way to church. Now, the Sheriff's Office is deploying new resources in their search for answers.
FORT SMITH -- According to police, they found 109 grams of powder cocaine, 105 grams of crack cocaine, Hydrocodone pills, three pounds of pot and a stolen .380 pistol in the apartment.
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More and more kids are drinking them.
FOX 24 via CNN-- The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will now be able to regulate drone flights.
ARKANSAS-- After one lucky person won the $210,000 jackpot in October, the Natural State Jackpot is already at $150,000.