There's a new app that questions if two people are sober enough for sex, an update on the first Ebola case in the U.S., and Julia Pierson is stepping down from the Secret Service. These are your Top Trenders for October 2, 2014.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- The final first Thursday of the year is happening October 2 in Fayetteville.
Veteran news anchor Joan Lunden is gracing the cover of the latest issue of "People Magazine," opening up for the first time about her fight with breast cancer.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- Republican Candidate for Lieutenant Governor Tim Griffin stopped by our KNWA/FOX24 studios Wednesday morning.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- Mark Pryor launches new television ad campaign criticizing Rep. Tom Cotton on votes regarding women's issues.
SPRINGDALE, AR-- Springdale school resource officers have played a major role is helping kids learn at the middle and high school level. Now, thanks to some federal funding, they can expand hallway patrols.
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UPPER BUFFALO RIVER WILDERNESS, AR-- The couple behind an engagement pic that went viral, has been tracked down in Arkansas.
((KNWA/NBC))-- Comedian Tracy Morgan is firing back at the world's largest retailer after a deadly summer accident involving a Walmart truck on the New Jersey Turnpike.
BENTONVILLE, AR--With a confirmed case of Ebola now in the United States, hospitals across the country are on high alert.
HOT SPRINGS, AR-- "No Muslims Allowed." That's the message recently declared on a Central Arkansas shooting range's website.
JEFFERSON COUNTY, AR-- Captured Arkansas inmate Timothy Buffington faced a judge for the first time since his June prison escape.
LITTLE ROCK, AR--Senator Jason Rapert is sounding off on realtor Beverly Carter's death with a proposal to abolish parole in Arkansas.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR-- Funeral services are now set for Pulaski County realtor Beverly Carter.
FAYETTEVILLE - Fayetteville Veterans Home clients don't have to look far for physical therapy services.
FAYETTEVILLE - The Fayetteville fire marshal is investigating the cause of a truck fire Wednesday morning.
FOX 24 via FOX NEWS-- Insurance.com has released a ranking of the cars by percentage of their owners who report getting a ticket for a moving violation.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Mike Ross stopped by our KNWA/FOX 24 studios Wednesday morning.
The first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S. is being treated in Dallas, the director of the the Secret Service is under fire, police say there is new information for the suspect in the missing UVA student case. These are your Top Trenders October 1, 2014.
CAPE FAIR, Mo. -- Kent Melton helped bring the movie's characters to life by sculpting them into characters.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- As people cope with Beverly Carter's death, friends of the Carter family held a special run in her honor.
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City leaders showed off the master plan for the city.
Direct pay is becoming more popular across the country.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Family, friends and people across Arkansas touched by the story of murdered Pulaski County realtor Beverly Carter are wore red on Tuesday in tribute to her.
BENTONVILLE -- Arkansas State Police have released information about a fiery, three-car crash that happened Monday afternoon.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS - Local animal shelters are offering up discounts to adopt cats and dogs during the month of October.
The former President will be speaking at rallies in the state.
LITTLE ROCK -- Holladay also addressed suspect Arron Lewis' claims another man he called "Trevor" was involved in the incident, saying, "At this time,we are not seeking any other suspects."
UPDATE: Police have released surveillance video of a robbery at a Springdale gas station in hopes someone can help them identify these two men.
BENTONVILLE -- The front runners in the Arkansas gubernatorial race will participate will talk about agendas at Bentonville High School.
LITTLE ROCK -- After 6 a.m., Arron Lewis was walked to a vehicle to be transported to the Pulaski Co. Jail.
A Pennsylvania priest appeared for a detention hearing Monday, protests continue in Ferguson and an American doctor exposed to Ebola is helping test a new vaccine. These are your Top Trenders for September 30, 2014.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - The family of Beverly Carter released a statement after investigators discovered her body Tuesday morning.
PULASKI COUNTY, AR -- Missing Pulaski County realtor Beverly Carter, 49, has been found dead.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - A suspect is now jailed and faces a kidnapping charge in the disappearance of Pulaski County realtor Beverly Carter.
HOT SPRINGS, AR (Arkansas Times) - A shooting range is now denying Muslims customers, according to the establishment's owner.
FAYETTEVILLE - The sheriff's office delivered food collected over the weekend to the Salvation Army Area Command in Fayetteville.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS - The Lusks had the transplant surgery almost two weeks ago in Little Rock, and are now out of the hospital recovering.
BELLA VISTA, AR -- A wreck is stalling traffic on Highway 71 in Bella Vista.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - A man authorities had been looking for since Sunday afternoon in the disappearance of a Pulaski County realtor has been arrested.
University of Arkansas is working to improve the cell phone signal during Razorback football games.
BENTONVILLE, AR -- Police in Bentonville are conducting a death investigation.
You could grab a free cup of coffee today, Chelsea Clinton has a new title, and protests in Hong Kong continue. These are your Top Trenders for September 29, 2014.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- An Arkansas deputy who became quadriplegic after an accident while on duty is now walking on his own.
BENTON COUNTY-- In Siloam Springs, a trash pickup is set for the city starting Monday.
September is National Yoga Month, so what better way to celebrate than to try one of the latest trends in the practice?
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FAYETTEVILLE, AR--The festival that attracts thousands of bikers to Northwest Arkansas has come to a close. Now, volunteers from Bikes Blues and Barbecue are cleaning up remnants of this year's rally.
SPRINGDALE, AR--With 15 years in Fayetteville, the Bikes, Blues and Barbecue rally expands to Springdale.