She beat challenger Paul Phaneuf.
The votes are part of a run-off election.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- Christmas is coming early this year for drivers in Fayetteville.
SEARCY -- Malik Drummond has been missing for more than 2 full days. His mother, father and entire community are waiting for any word on what happened to the two-year-old after he disappeared Sunday night from his father's home in Searcy.
SPRINGDALE -- The City of Springdale will kick off Christmas celebrations this weekend!
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- Thanksgiving came early this year for some folks in Northwest Arkansas.
SPRINGDALE -- Detectives say a Springdale woman was working as a prostitute, and bringing her 4-year-old child with her to meet men.
BENTONVILLE, AR -- Bentonville Parks and Recreation is inviting residents to the lighting of the community Christmas tree Friday, Nov. 28.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- Walmart saw a building boom in Northwest Arkansas in 2014: a new Super Center in Springdale and three Neighborhood Markets in smaller NWA towns.
BENTON COUNTY—Operation Lifesaver, a national organization with a local office in Bella Vista. It’s goal: help parents keep their children safe.
FOX 24 via CNN -- A woman appears to have accidentally fatally shot herself in the head with a gun bought to prepare for possible Ferguson-related unrest, according to sources briefed on the police investigation.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- The group Hands Up NWA will be taking to the streets in response to the Ferguson decision.
A decision to not indict Darren Wilson is causing chaos in Ferguson, Missouri, TSA says it has collected thousands of weapons, and Hagel is stepping down, but was it a mutual decision? These are your Top Trenders for Tuesday, November 25, 2014.
SEARCY, AR- Fliers are still helping get the word out about a missing person, but police say it's not as effective as social media.
BENTON COUNTY -- Preparations are well underway for Thanksgiving around Northwest Arkansas, including for those who will spend Thursday serving others.
KNWA via NBC -- A prosecutor unveiled the grand jury’s decision not to indict Darren Wilson, the white police officer who shot and killed unarmed black teenager Michael Brown on a street in Ferguson, Missouri, in August.
WASHINGTON COUNT Y -- The Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission issued a letter of censure Friday to Judge Doug Martin for his behavior toward his opponent Brian Lester during the 2014 judicial election.
PEA RIDGE -- A Pea Ridge family loses their home and two pets in a fire Monday morning.
SEARCY -- Police Chief Jimmy Clark said they searching continuously since Drummond, who is autistic, was reported missing by his parents around 5:45 p.m. Sunday night.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR. --- If you're wanting to give some holiday cheer to your furry friends, head on over to Spay Arkansas' event this Sunday.
FOX 24 -- A 25% price hike is coming to your nearest - and all - Redbox kiosks. The company will raise DVD rental prices by 25% beginning December 2.
SEARCY — Police, firefighters, neighbors, friends, and family members continue the search for missing 2-year-old Malik Drummond into the late night and early morning hours.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- Your canine companion can be caught snooping around the kitchen on Thanksgiving Day, so here are some doggy health hazards to avoid.
What benefits are available for elderly veterans, and is there anything available for spouses of veterans?"
A boy in Cleveland is dead after police shot him on Saturday, more bad weather is on the way to Buffalo, New York, and the Superbowl halftime show performer is officially nailed down. These are your Top Trenders for Monday, November 24!
Odometer fraud is a multi-million dollar industry. Someone sells you a used car after rolling back the odometer to show low mileage. You may think you've got a deal, but instead, you've been tricked.
WASHINGTON D.C. --- Senior defense officials confirmed Monday morning that Hagel was forced to resign.
ROGERS, AR--According to the US Fire Administration, fires are the single most common disaster across the nation, and most of them happen on Thanksgiving Day.
Police shoot and kill a 12 year old boy, residents of New York are still trying to dig out of record snow, and a new way to protect your holiday deliveries.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS-- The Washington County Health Unit is providing seasonal flu shots in Springdale on Tuesday.
SPRINGDALE-- Police are searching for a man who robbed a gas station at gunpoint overnight, Sunday.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS-- If you're looking for cheap holiday travel options, how about free travel?
Protests continue in Ferguson, Missouri and President Obama shifts his stance on troops in Afghanistan.
BELLA VISTA-- The Bella Vista Fire Department is investigating an early morning blaze at an apartment complex.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR--The "A-Walk" is a special moment that not many get the chance to experience. It's been made by members of the Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Foundation and former Arkansas coach Frank Broyles.
FAYETTEVILLE-- Lights of the Ozarks attracted thousands of people to the Fayetteville square Friday night.
NATIONAL NEWS --- Here are Friday's top headlines nationwide.
Thursday, was a bitter sweet day for gay marriage supporters. Their cause was taken up by the state Supreme Court and a federal judge but the day prior a long-time activist lost his battle with cancer.
BENTONVILLE, AR-- A man climbing through ceilings and stealing cash in a string of burglaries. It's leaving business owners on high alert and Bentonville police still looking for a suspect.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Thousands gathered for the lighting ceremony on the Fayetteville Square Friday.
LITTLE ROCK -- The decrease amounts to two-tenths of a percentage point from September's rate of 6.2 percent.
SPRINGFIELD, MO -- Napier has been wanted since 2010, when he disappeared from a small town in Texas after being charged.
The Red Cross says blood and platelet donations typically go down during the winter months because of holiday activities and travel, but the blood supply need remains constant.
Police have a name for the man accused of shooting on FSU's campus, a famed Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony winner has died, more people have died in the snow storm in Buffalo, NY., and new information on the Ferguson police officer accused of killing Michael Brown. These are your Top Trenders for November 21, 2014.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Justices with the Arkansas Supreme Court heard arguments Thursday on whether to uphold the state's ban on same-sex marriage.
ROGERS, AR. --- Did you know that one in four people in NWA face food insecurity? The NWA Food Bank is hoping to change that statistic with its 'Jewels Of Giving' gala.
It's time for Pets of the Week!
About 60 people came out to Acambaro's in Springdale Thursday night with high hopes for President Obama's announcement.
NATIONAL NEWS -- Here are Thursday's top-trending stories Nationwide.
AROUND ARKANSAS -- Whether it's running a juvenile lockup, providing healthcare to prison inmates or even touching up the state capitol, private companies now perform many functions formerly done by the government.