SPRINGFIELD, MO (KOLR) - Tyson Foods faces new charges stemming from an incident at the company's Monett plant. In May, the plant leaked a chemical into the city's water treatment facility. The chemical is believed to be linked to a large fish kill downstream.
FERGUSON, MO-- A lot of rumors and speculation surround the death of an African American teen in Ferguson, Missouri. Here are three things you should know about the situation.
Terrorists have decapitated an American journalist, Rick Perry turns himself into authorities, and coffee fans can rejoice over a new specialty now in stores. These are your Top Trenders for Wednesday, August 20, 2014.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Veterans in Arkansas gathered Tuesday to express their frustration with a health care system designed just for them, but is letting so many down.
ROGERS, AR -- Police in Rogers are calling off the search for a kidnapping victim.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- In a vote of 6 to 2, the Fayetteville City Council has approved Civil Rights Ordinance 119.
GRANT COUNTY, AR -- The Grant County Court hearing began Monday afternoon to end a long-running back and forth between the State and Ray Vance, the now former Grant County Sheriff.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - An advocacy group says conditions inside a state-run youth detention facility include staff incentivizing youth to harass and slap other youth.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - One idea floated today, an intensive 2-and-a-half year program for prisoners that could give them a chance to leave lock-up a year early and save the state an estimated $54 million a year.
FERGUSON, MO-- Pleas for peace are coming from Ferguson, Missouri, with a tenth straight day of violence erupting in the city.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- Michelle Duggar is weighing in on Fayetteville's anti-discrimination proposal, with a robocall to Northwest Arkansas. And, it's making national headlines.
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BENTONVILLE - Monday, the school board approved the purchase of a little over half an acre of land owned by the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Centerton.
SPRINGDALE - Griffin says he's meeting with community leaders to discuss his plan to bring more jobs to the Natural State.
SPIRO, AR -- A Sprio principal faces charges for driving under the influence and firearm charges.
SPIRO, OK -- Storms in the River Valley damaged trees and left some power lines down Monday afternoon.
Pope Francis is once again making headlines, Burger King is bringing back a popular item, and a legendary SNL voice has died. These are your Top Trenders for August 19, 2014.
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HOXIE, AR -- Chance Gober's friends and co workers say this accident hits home.
MEMPHIS, TN - U.S. Senator Mark Pryor said he has a plan to keep "American-Made Strong" in Arkansas.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Arkansas Secretary of State Mark Martin has announced that An Act to Increase the Arkansas Minimum Wage* turned in an additional 69,070 signatures today.
FERGUSON, MO-- More boots are now on the ground in Ferguson, Missouri eight days after violent protests erupted over a deadly officer-involved shooting.
ROGERS - Police say the driver swerved to avoid a cat climbing out of a sewer culvert on Poplar Street.
FAYETTEVILLE - Backpacks, crayons and note pads are all heading to the Northwest Arkansas Children's Shelter.
ROGERS - Monday, Hunt Ventures broke ground on Hunt Tower, a ten story office building at the corner of Pinnacle Hills Parkway and J.B. Hunt Drive.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- As children head back to class, Fayetteville Police have a few tips to share with kids to keep them safe.
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FAYETTEVILE, AR -- Former Razorback Weston Dacus , 28, was arrested early Saturday morning, and is now facing charges for DWI and Speeding.
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FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- A Springdale coach was booked into the Washington County Jail for DWI.
NASA is asking for your help in creating an open atlas, new information in the shooting death of Michael Brown and Rick Perry is in hot water. These are your Top Trenders for August 18, 2014.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- ALS affects the function of nerves and muscles and can strike anyone. That fact became all too real for one Fayetteville family more than three years ago.
HOXIE, AR-- A two-train collision, killed two people, injured two others, and forced evacuations in Lawrence county over the weekend.
The first night of curfew in Ferguson, Missouri is over, but not without more violence.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- Bud Walton Arena was alive with fans Sunday afternoon.
BENTONVILLE, AR-- Sidewalk Sundays brought out kids of all ages in Bentonville.
ROGERS, AR--Marcus Alexander found a work release inmate hiding in his backyard.
LITTLE ROCK, AR-- Camp Sunshine in Little Rock is giving burn victims from Arkansas Children's Hospital the chance to find support while having some fun before hitting the books.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- The city of Fayetteville, celebrating Washington County history on Saturday with a sweet treat!
ROGERS, AR-- The ninth annual Secchi Day was in full swing at the Prairie Creek Pavilion at Beaver Lake.
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FAYETTEVILLE, AR--A proposed civil rights ordinance to protect Fayetteville residents -- is a hot button issue of debate.
FAULKNER COUNTY, AR -- The Mayflower School District has been receiving a number of clothes and school supply donations.
GRANT COUNTY, AR -- Grant County Sheriff Ray Vance submitted his resignation, effective for Monday. But that might not mean the end to his time in office.
SPRINGDALE, AR-- The Arkansas Department of Correction needs your help finding Clayton Shatswell.
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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- People in Springfield participated in a nationwide moment of silence Thursday to honor what they call victims of police brutality.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR--The ebola virus has not shown up on the University of Arkansas' campus or anywhere in Arkansas, but this warning from the university is more of a proactive step to make sure everyone is being cautious.
BENTON COUNTY, AR-- Deputies need your help locating a local boy, who's been missing for days.
LITTLE ROCK, AR-- The state of Arkansas is getting tougher on human trafficking.