FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- Hog fans can expect a new deal on tickets this football season.
SPRINGDALE, AR--Law enforcement agencies across Northwest Arkansas are receiving funds to help better protect and serve their cities.
CENTERTON - According to Benton County prosecutors, Clay Sollender, 55, was sentenced to 25 years in prison.
BENTON COUNTY, AR -- Rogers City Attorney Ben Lipscomb is under investigation for impersonating a police officer.
Bob and Courtney Novogratz of HGTV fame are in Fayetteville today, giving tips on how to design your dorm room!
A "Breaking Bad" star is creating a scavenger hunt for fans this weekend, Ebola patient speaks out and a peaceful night for Ferguson. These are your Top Trenders for August 22, 2014.
MAUMELLE, AR – Sunday’s heavy rains caused several apartments at The Gables at Maumelle to flood.
She is learning to walk again!
College students get lots of reminders on how to keep their personal belongings safe, but a different kind of theft that could be far more costly. How you can keep personal data safe on campus.
AROUND ARKANSAS -- Arkansas law enforcement agencies adding military-like equipment to their arsenal. After research, agencies have received what some might call an alarming amount of military grade equipment, nearly 30 million dollars.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Sen. Mark Pryor (D) has debuted a new campaign ad where he and his father highlight the benefits of the Affordable Care Act.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - An Arkansas family is waiting for the immigration process in Mexico, as a father and husband is trying to become a U.S. Citizen.
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BENTONVILLE, AR-- On Thursday night, teens participated in a volleyball tri-match between Bentonville, Shiloh Christian, and Heritage High Schools.
You can see the movie, and hear from its creator this Saturday.
BENTON COUNTY, AR -- A Benton County judge will swear in a special prosecutor Friday to investigate whether Rogers City Attorney Ben Lipscomb impersonated a police officer.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR--Even with 10 hours of public discussion at Tuesday's city council meeting, some residents say they're still not satisfied with the anti-discrimination ordinance. Now, they're exploring all of their options and taking actions to repeal it.
FERGUSON, Mo. -- A grand jury could take months to decide whether or not to charge a Ferguson police officer for killing a teenager, while the protests surrounding the town and the corresponding social media debates that span the country continue.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS - Northwest Arkansas cities are considering revising trail rules, to ban horses from using the trail system.
SPRINGDALE - The Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks, veterans and community leaders worked together Thursday to improve the quality of mental health care for vets.
JOHNSON - According to the city, once the final paving is complete on Johnson Mill Boulevard, the speed limit will be raised from 25 miles per hour, to 40 miles per hour.
They are suspected of using a lost or stolen credit card.
CRAWFORD COUNTY -- The Crawford County Sheriff's Office is looking for a man they believe stabbed someone during a road rage incident that happened on Wednesday afternoon.
WASHINGTON COUNTY, AR -- Investigators say one person in dead and a sheriff's deputy was shot and wounded during a domestic shooting Wednesday night.
FOX 24 via FOX NEWS -- Last year, an estimated 115 million people watched as Bruno Mars and The Red Hot Chili Peppers performed at halftime of Super Bowl 48 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.
HOT SPRINGS, AR--Arkansas doctors are warning parents to keep a close eye on challenges popping up online.
Tests show that an American doctor infected with the Ebola virus is now clear of infection, a new warning about certain kinds of peanut butter and a Missouri police officer is now off the job. These are your Top Trenders for August 21, 2014.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS-- The Walton Family Foundation announced its grant-making plan for Northwest Arkansas and the Arkansas Delta until 2020, Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK, AR-- Tenant-landlord laws are a big concern around the Natural State.
ROGERS, AR-- U.S. Senator Mark Pryor is taking his new jobs push to Northwest Arkansas.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR--Ordinance 119. A hot button issue drawing concern of businesses in Fayetteville.
FAYETTEVILLE - While civil rights Ordinance 119 is new to the City of Fayetteville, a similar policy is already in place at a Fayetteville school.
GREENWOOD -- The Sebastian County fair kicked off this week in Greenwood. Events like mutton bustin’, talent shows and tractor pulls are scheduled all week along.
DELAWARE COUNTY, OK - The man charged with killing two University of Arkansas students in a boating accident last summer pleaded guilty Wednesday in an Oklahoma court.
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FOX 24 via KARK-- Democratic candidate for senate, Mark Pryor, debuts a new ad talking about the benefits of the Affordable Care Act.
MONETT, MO - Tyson Foods could face new charges stemming from an incident at the company's Monett plant. In May, the plant leaked a chemical into the city's water treatment facility. The chemical is believed to be linked to a large fish kill downstream.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- In a vote of 6 to 2, the Fayetteville City Council has approved Civil Rights Ordinance 119.
FERGUSON, MO-- A lot of rumors and speculation surround the death of an African American teen in Ferguson, Missouri. Here are three things you should know about the situation.
Terrorists have decapitated an American journalist, Rick Perry turns himself into authorities, and coffee fans can rejoice over a new specialty now in stores. These are your Top Trenders for Wednesday, August 20, 2014.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Veterans in Arkansas gathered Tuesday to express their frustration with a health care system designed just for them, but is letting so many down.
ROGERS, AR -- Police in Rogers are calling off the search for a kidnapping victim.
GRANT COUNTY, AR -- The Grant County Court hearing began Monday afternoon to end a long-running back and forth between the State and Ray Vance, the now former Grant County Sheriff.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - An advocacy group says conditions inside a state-run youth detention facility include staff incentivizing youth to harass and slap other youth.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - One idea floated today, an intensive 2-and-a-half year program for prisoners that could give them a chance to leave lock-up a year early and save the state an estimated $54 million a year.
FERGUSON, MO-- Pleas for peace are coming from Ferguson, Missouri, with a tenth straight day of violence erupting in the city.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- Michelle Duggar is weighing in on Fayetteville's anti-discrimination proposal, with a robocall to Northwest Arkansas. And, it's making national headlines.
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BENTONVILLE - Monday, the school board approved the purchase of a little over half an acre of land owned by the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Centerton.
SPRINGDALE - Griffin says he's meeting with community leaders to discuss his plan to bring more jobs to the Natural State.