FOX 24 -- Pope Francis is making another major change at the Vatican.
FOX 24 via CNN -- The new mobile payments system for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus will be up and running this afternoon following the release of a software update for Apple's iOS mobile operating system.
BELLA VISTA --Starting Friday, the Bella Vista Animal Shelter will offer free cat adoptions.
BENTONVILLE -- Bentonville police say three construction vehicles working on the Bella Vista Bypass were intentionally set on fire.
Payton Manning reaches a milestone, police are now calling the Hannah Graham case a death investigation, and a pumpkin festival turns violent. These are your Top Trenders for October 10, 2014.
ARKANSAS -- Minimum wage and making the state wet are two issues getting strong support and opposition.
Tickets for a new lottery game called the "Monopoly Millionaire's Club" are now on sale in states across the nation, including here in Arkansas.
Early voting begins Monday, October 20 across the state for the 2014 Midterm Election.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR--ET plus guard rail systems are end treatments designed to absorb the impact of drivers crashing into them on highways...But instead it's leaving cars and drivers impaled.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- A new batch of Leslie Rutledge emails have Democratic politicos questioning her judgment, saying the candidate for Attorney General isn't fit for the job.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS-- It's craft weekend In Northwest Arkansas and one show in particular, taking up lots of space across the region.
SPRINGDALE, AR--The American Red Cross home fires campaign is working to reduce the number of death and injuries from home fires.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR--The hero half-marathon, racing through town to support local organizations and working to make Northwest Arkansas a better place to live.
SPRINGDALE, AR--According to a preliminary investigation by the NTSB, the train making a rescue attempt was traveling 5 miles over the speed limit when it crashed, and more details emerge...
NATIONAL NEWS -- Here are Friday's top trending stories nationwide.
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- In an interview, the passenger train conductor said train stalled previously on same trip.
These are your Friday morning Top Trenders: Doping Doctor in Court, Gabby Giffords Talks Gun Control, New Charges for White House Fence Jumper, San Francisco Earthquake Anniversary, and New CDC Ebola Alert.
BRENTWOOD (West Fork), AR--Among people sent to hospitals today were 2 train conductors. One of which is undergoing surgery Thursday for a broken ankle and an injured back.
NATIONAL NEWS-- These are Thursday's top trending stories nationwide.
SPRINGDALE, AR-- Hospitals aren't the only ones with protocals in place, in the rare event of an Ebola outbreak.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- More than a dozen retail companies are looking to make holiday hires.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- Andrew Tabor, Chief Greg Tabor's son, was arrested Wednesday when police found marijuana, oxycodone and other drug paraphernalia at his home.
The Royals are headed to the big game for the first time in 29 years, Walmart is offering a new video streaming service, and we now know more about the second health worker with Ebola in Texas. These are your Top Trenders for October 16.
LITTLE ROCK, AR--The president of the Arkansas association of nurses says many feel unprepared and are putting more emphasis on personal responsibility.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but a watchdog group claims not all products are helping the cause.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Early voting in Arkansas is less than a week away, meaning soon a new Governor will be elected to office. Current Governor Mike Beebe is term limited.
NATIONAL NEWS-- These are top trending stories nationwide.
AROUND ARKANSAS --- The threat of the Ebola Virus is impacting health care facilities close to home.
((KWNA/WALLETHUB.COM)) The list of the top 10 'richest and poorest' states in the country is now out.
SPRINGDALE, AR--The Northwest Arkansas Community College currently sits in Bentonville... and after a multi-million dollar land purchase Wednesday, they'll soon have another permanent location in Washington County.
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- A Springdale man will serve 97 months in federal prison for trading and downloading child pornography.
JOHNSON -- Washington County investigators are looking into claims that the mayor of Johnson stole city money and violated campaign laws.
SPRINGDALE -- According to police, Harry Robinson, 50, hid a camera behind a hole in a bathroom to record the girl. He also lives near an elementary school.
Another person has been diagnosed with Ebola, McDonalds is letting everyone know what is in their products, and Facebook and Apple will now cover their employers when it comes to freezing their eggs. These are your Top Trenders for October 15, 2014.
The morning shows say a final farewell to Clint Boone!
FAYETTEVILLE, AR - Following their first U.S. Senate debate, Mark Pryor and Tom Cotton were back on stage Tuesday night.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Senator Mark Pryor and challenger Tom Cotton faced off on the debate stage for the second day in a row Tuesday night, this time here in Northwest Arkansas at the University of Arkansas Global Campus.
NATIONAL NEWS-- These are the stories making headlines nationwide.
LITTLE ROCK -- Arkansas residents can find out how to better protect themselves and their loved ones from scams and fraud at free lunch-and-learn workshops next week in Fort Smith and Bentonville, Attorney General Dustin McDaniel announced today.
ROGERS, AR-- Rogers Police need your help finding an accused Cabela's thief.
JEFFERSON COUNTY, AR--The man accused of killing Arkansas realtor Beverly Carter says investigators have it all wrong.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Tuesday, the Washington County Historical Society unveiled a new hiking tour map of the city's historic buildings and spots.
ROGERS -- Harvey Pediatrics plans to build a 15,000 square foot building in Metro Park at the corner of Redbud and 52nd Streets.
BENTON COUNTY -- A man involved in a standoff with Benton County deputies in February pleaded guilty to a list of felony charges Tuesday.
TONTITOWN -- Police told KNWA alcohol was found inside both vehicles and say rain in the area was a factor involved in the accident.
It's not possible to predict what the flu season will bring from year to year, but following an outbreak of Enterovirus 68 and Ebola, health officials are urging people to get their flu shot this fall.
JOPLIN, MO: A baker is helping breast cancer survivors one cupcake at a time.
HOT SPRINGS, AR -- All eyes will be on the Garland County Courthouse tomorrow as a man accused of raping four women appears in front of a judge.
NATIONAL NEWS-- These stories are making headlines nationwide.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR - Tuesday marks exactly two weeks since Pulaski County Sheriffs deputies discovered missing realtor Beverly Carter's body in a shallow grave in Cabot.