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.
TONTITOWN, AR--Two years ago, city council member Joe Edgemon says the city gave $115,000 to the Tontitown Area Fire Department (TAFD) for staffing. Thursday, he says $100,000 of that money is unaccounted for.
SILOAM SPRINGS -- Garden directors hope the garden helps eliminate hunger in the city.
ROGERS -- After 10,000 volunteer hours and lots of hard work, Soul's Harbor officially opened its new commercial dining hall and educational space in Rogers.
SPRINGDALE -- You have a chance to buy a one-of-a-kind piece of artwork, which will benefit folks living with disabilities.
ROGERS -- The first Rogers Outdoor Market will be held Saturday, April 25, from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. It will be taking place at 208 South Arkansas Street, in a downtown parking lot.
TONTITOWN, AR -- A legislative audit into Tontitown's finances reveals the city's recorder-treasurer stole twice as much money as originally thought.
ROGERS, AR -- Rogers Fire crews responded to an accident involving an 18 wheeler and a train Thursday afternoon at Hudson Road and Happy Trails Drive
Lowell, ARK. (News Release) - United Way of Northwest Arkansas has named Shawn Walker as the organization's Acting President and Chief Professional Officer by the Board of Directors.
ROGERS, AR. --- Pinnacle Hills Promenade Mall will turn a sea of pink on Saturday, and you can still register for the race online and at the mall.
LITTLE ROCK, AR (News release) - The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has set the state’s deer hunting seasons, with modern gun deer season opening Nov. 14, archery season opening Sept. 26, and muzzleloader season opening Oct. 17.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- Police arrested 19-year-old Jacob Wetzel Thursday after he led them to a field of multiple marijuana plants near the Mud Creek Trail.
It's cold season, a time many of us experience the sniffling and sneezing from the common cold.
PINE BLUFF, AR- The legislation that lays out the plan for the new Pine Bluff re-entry facility is as fresh as the paint on its walls.
Is it a real rainbow or rainbows is a question many are asking, the Senate passes a big bill, and a huge flawless diamond now has a new owner. These are your Top Trenders for Thursday, April 23, 2015.
Roger Martin, 57, was wanted originally in Garland County for failure to register at his listed address.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- The state legislative session officially came to a close Wednesday. One of the most controversial bills of the session, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act is still on the minds of many.