FAYETTEVILLE -- Fayetteville residents had the opportunity to take a little stroll through the garden Saturday.
WASHINGTON COUNTY --- In June, voters will decide whether the West Fork Rural Fire Association will also collect dues on the county property tax forms.
AROUND ARKANSAS -- The most popular baby names in the Natural State have been announced!
ROGERS, AR -- More dads are ditching briefcases for diaper bags. As moms climb the corporate ladder, the number of stay-at-home dads is on the rise.
KNWA/Fox 24 -- According to area fire departments, homes in Washington and Benton Counties were damaged by lightning strikes during the weekend's severe storms.
BETHEL HEIGHTS, AR -- Drivers need to prepare for a detour at Old Wire Road.
SPRINGDALE -- It was Geena Davis' team versus Rosie O'Donnell's in the four-inning League of Their Own Reunion softball game.
FAYETTEVILLE -- A group of high school film students are gearing up for the Bentonville Film Festival this week. Fayetteville High School students just wrapped up a film festival of their own over the weekend.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- The name Bruce Jenner may bring to mind different things to different people, like the Olympic athlete, or Kim Kardashian's step dad.
FORT SMITH --- The heightened sensitivity to gang violence stems from multiple shootings and two deaths in Springdale. Team Springdale is working with law enforcement, school officials and business leaders to revitalize their community. Now Fort Smith is using the Springdale model, with their own Team Fort Smith, hoping to breath new life into the city's downtown area.
The group gathered for a ceremony hosted by Washington Regional.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS-- Living with autism can be extremely difficult for everyone involved. But a new study shows success in training parents of kids with autism.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- A campaign putting beverage powerhouse Anheuser-Busch in the hot seat after critics say it promotes date rape. Anheuser-Busch is apologizing after upsetting some consumers with a label on some of its Bud Light beer bottles. The slogan reads: "The perfect beer for removing 'no' from your vocabulary for the night."
Carroll County, AR-- One Arkansas woman's daughter was killed due to domestic violence. KWNA's Christina Carilla sat down with Laura Ponce, to hear her story and why she wants to keep others from the same fate.
LOWELL, AR. -- One Northwest Arkansas police department, getting fully-equipped with body cameras within the last month.
BENTON COUNTY, AR-- Benton County leaders met Monday night to discuss plans for a new courthouse.
Fayetteville, AR -- May is National Teacher Month and May 5 is National Teacher Appreciation Day.
NBC --- Leslie Roy, 52, and Lee Marie Wright, 56, were found safe Friday when a police helicopter pilot noticed a reflection off of their white Ford Explorer, which had gotten stuck in snow and lost power in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
KNWA/Fox24 via CNN-- The U.S. Supreme Court is set to consider one of the biggest civil rights issues facing the country this week.
ROGERS, AR-- The Walmart FLW tour wrapped up its final day in Northwest Arkansas, with a fishing expo at the John Q. Hammons center in Rogers.
SILOAM SPRINGS, AR-- The 41st annual Dogwood fest brought folks from all over Northwest Arkansas to Siloam Springs this weekend.
KNWA via NBC-- This week Supreme Court Justices will hear arguments on gay marriage. Five of Arkansas' Plaintiffs are there, as well as attorney Cheryl Maples.
LITTLE ROCK, AR-- The fate of one controversial new law could soon be in the hands of voters.
ROGERS, AR --According to the CDC, approximately 99 people between the ages of 12 and 24 die everyday due to preventable causes. One group from Tulsa is traveling the country, trying to change that statistic with a live interactive theater experience.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR--Bike riders hit the road sunday for the final day of the joe martin stage race.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- Fayetteville police say a realtor was held at gunpoint in an attempted kidnapping Friday.
CNN/NBC-- Bruce Jenner announced Friday night he is in transition to be a woman.
ROGERS, AR-- The Komen Ozark Race for the Cure was fun for people and their pups too!
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- Fayetteville Police arrested 25 year old Amilya Barcenas facing charges of kidnapping, aggravated robbery and criminal mischief, after holding a realtor at gunpoint.
Vilonia will play host to the first Arkansas Bigfoot Conference.
Maumelle High School Teacher Admits to Drinking, Taking Xanax Before Crashing Car in Parking Lot.
Local troops donated thousands of cookies to non-profits.
FAYETTEVILLE -- A police officer stops a man driving the wrong way on I-49 early Friday morning.
UPDATE (4/24/15) -- A ban on permits for medium and large hog farms in the Buffalo River Watershed has been extended.
BENTONVILLE -- Northwest Arkansas lawmakers reviewed the highlights and big issues from the 2015 legislative session with community leaders Friday in Benton County.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Champions for Kids is teaming up with UA Athletics for a good cause.
ROGERS, AR-- Rogers police confirm they are opening a new case against a Rogers massage therapist after another woman came forward with claims of sexual assault.
BEAVER LAKE -- Lightning kept anglers at bay Friday morning.
ROGERS -- The big race Saturday morning does mean lots of street closures in the Rogers area.
BENTON COUNTY -- Investigators arrested a 17-year-old boy for possessing and distributing child pornography.
STUTTGART, AR via KARK -- Time is the enemy when a person goes missing. Police say the worst harm happens within the first hour.
LITTLE ROCK, AR via KARK - Attorney General Leslie Rutledge has approved a ballot title for a proposed measure that would allow voters a chance to repeal a controversial new law seen by some as anti-gay.
Here's a look at the big stories from overnight, these are the Top Trenders this morning.
SPRINGDLAE, AR -- Tyson Foods has a contract with a turkey farm in Iowa that has been diagnosed with a form of bird flu.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- A person crashed into a Fayetteville police vehicle Friday.
It's time for Pet of the Week!
NATIONAL NEWS -- Here are Thursday's top-trending stories nationwide.
ROGERS, AR-- Rogers residents gathered Thursday night at a police sponsored public forum addressing the concerns of the minority community
Come on out to the Dogwood Festival!
The men spoke about their harrowing space flight.