LITTLE ROCK, AR -- News of a convicted killer working inside an Arkansas school sparked major controversy and a lot of questions about programs for prisoners.
CABOT, AR -- Three days after work was completed at Cabot Junior High School, school leaders discovered that the handyman on school grounds was a convicted killer.
Bikes, Blues and BBQ brings big business to Dickson street, but for neighboring shops, it could mean a business bust.
(KNWA/WALLETHUB.COM)--Can money really buy happiness? According to website, wallethub.com, the answer is yes.
LITTLE ROCK, AR-- A lawsuit has been filed with the Arkansas Supreme Court aiming to block a minimum wage hike proposal.
FAYETTEVILLE - Police say three people forced their way into an apartment, armed with a gun, to steal money Sunday.
FORT SMITH -- As part of National Voters Registration Day, the League of Women in Fort Smith held a voters registration event.
GREENWOOD -- A Springdale teen lead police on a high speed chase in a stolen car, according to officers.
FAYETTEVILLE - Police say Kenneth Sizemore was huffing from air duster cans when he crashed his car near the intersection of Salem Road and Wedington Drive in January of last year.
BOONE, NC — A North Carolina man says texts from Walmart caused him to become paranoid about a murder he says he committed 17 years ago in Arizona.
Candy lovers watch out for a recall, Paula Deen is making a comeback and police still want to talk to Jesse Matthew in regards to the disappearance of Hannah Graham. These are your Top Trenders for September 23, 2014.
It's officially Autumn! The Fox Morning Edge's Channing Barker & Clint Boone count down their top 5 favorite things about the new season.
Each year, organizers for Bikes, Blues & BBQ plan rides for bikers to travel throughout Northwest Arkansas.
Bikes, Blues and BBQ kicks off Wednesday, and the set up is well underway on Dickson street.
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FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- The city's new Civil Rights measure, known as Ordinance 119 was scheduled to go into effect last Saturday, but one local group has it on hold. The group "Repeal 119" turned in enough signatures on Saturday to put the Ordinance to a public vote if 4,095 of the 5,720 signatures are valid.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- The quality of health care for our nation's heroes, under scrutiny across the nation this year. Now, veterans in Northwest Arkansas are being asked to provide feedback to help improve their care.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Queasy stomachs beware. A spill of chicken parts caused traffic to slow in Fayetteville Monday afternoon.
Crews are rebuilding part of the brand new barrier on I-49.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS - State law requires all public school students receive a second booster shot on top of the chickenpox vaccine by October 1.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS - The Arkansas Department of Health confirms a case of enterovirus D-68. It's the first confirmed case in the Natural State.
Virginia police are still looking for Hannah Graham, a man who jumped the White House fence will face a judge today, and an unmanned capsule is headed to the ISS. These are your Top Trenders for September 22!
LITTLE ROCK -- If you missed Friday's debate, here are the things you need to know.
The Pulse, September 21, 2014
SPRINGDALE, AR--It's been 3 months since Arkansans for Compassionate Care failed to collect enough signatures to put medical marijuana on this year's ballot.
ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY-- A new twist in a controversy over the use of a cross, as the A.S.U. Football team looks for ways to honor fallen friends.
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FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- Hog fans gear up for game day.
Springdale dispatchers confirm a person is stabbed during a domestic disturbance Saturday night.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- City council members shot down an amendment to put ordinance 119 to a public vote. One local group is trying to get rid of the measure completely.
FAYETTEVILLE--With the football season well underway, the fans of Razorback football are out to enjoy their favorite pastime, tailgating. Mark Rodriguez has been tailgating at lot 46 on Razorback Road for almost a decade.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Students statewide may soon be required to pass the U.S. citizenship test. It's all part of an initiative by the Missouri Civics Education Initiative to ensure future generations understand American Government and U.S. History.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS-- Supporters respond to gubernatorial debate.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- While Asa Hutchinson and Mike Ross continue as frontrunners in the race for governor, there are two other candidates vying for the seat.
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FAYETTEVILLE, AR--The University of Arkansas is recognized as a military friendly school.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR--A school garden at Asbell Elementary receives a statewide honor.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- Miss Arkansas Ashton Campbell stopped by our studios Friday morning and, of course, she Called the Hogs!
The UK will stay in tact, Iggy Azalea is suing her ex and of course, the Iphone 6 is here. These are your Top Trenders for September 19, 2014.
Fenris is a gorgeous, sweet boy!
BEAVER LAKE (Benton County), AR--November elections are right around the corner and in Benton County, residents are voting on $40 ambulance tax. The Beaver Lake Fire Department says that's not enough. It's asking residents to support a tax of $225.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- An Arkansas family's battle against a nursing home is drawing attention to a little known rule that grants immunity to charities.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- A cross-country trip, in the name of comedy.
SEBASTIAN COUNTY -- Investigators are trying to determine the identity of a body pulled from the Arkansas River Thursday.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- The click of a mouse could help feed hungry families in Northwest Arkansas.
LOGAN COUNTY, AR -- Authorities in Sebastian and Logan Counties worked together to capture escaped inmate Timothy Buffington after he was spotted near Highway 10.
SEBASTIAN COUNTY, AR -- Authorities in Sebastian and Logan Counties are investigating a possible sighting of an escaped murderer.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- The NWA Network of Executive Women is hosting its fall event in just a few weeks, and you can help celebrate their 10th anniversary!
ROGERS, AR -- The owner of Pfeffer's Gourmet Catering says he hadn't seen anything like Wednesday's storm in the 18 years he's lived in Northwest Arkansas.