FAYETTEVILLE, AR--The 6TH Annual Fall Music Festival at Terra Studios brought in 80 local musicians and a local family remembering a loved one.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR--It happened around 2:30 Sunday morning on Highland road in Fayetteville. This is the 2nd fire claiming the life of someone in the past day.
BENTONVILLE, AR-- Chefs from across the country gathered in Bentonville Saturday for the third annual squirrel cook- off world championship.
CRAWFORD COUNTY, AR-- The Crawford County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of a former Sebastian County deputy.
LOWELL, AR-- A house fire claimed the life of 74-year-old Carolyn Smallwood Saturday morning.
GOSHEN, AR-- The investigation into what caused a deadly crash in Fayetteville continues Saturday night.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR--The area between North Street and Millsap sees more than 20000 people each day, and the city of Fayetteville hopes it's new campaign will help that number grow.
(KNWA/NBC) -- Summer doesn't officially end until September. 22, but Kmart wants you to start thinking ahead to the holidays - even as it pokes fun at itself for its summertime Christmas ad.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- A new piece of equipment helps calm a child's nerves before certain medical tests.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR--Record enrollment at the University of Arkansas is causing over-crowding concerns and a construction boom around campus. According to the University, some students are staying in study-rooms because of an unexpected enrollment spike.
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RUSSELLVILLE, AR -- Arkansas Tech University is now the third-largest university in the Natural State, surpassing the University of Arkansas in Little Rock and the University of Central Arkansas, according to the latest enrollment numbers.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Missouri Republicans made history late Wednesday night voting to override Governor Nixon's veto of a bill that extends the state's waiting period for an abortion. The legislation would triple this mandatory waiting period from 24 to 72 hours.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has developed a smartphone app for hunters across Arkansas.
(KNWA/CNBC) -- Walmart said it will sell the newest suite of Apple iPhones below the recommended price.
((KNWA/ESTATELY.COM))-- With this year's Bikes Blues & BBQ less than two weeks away, it's timely to note where Arkansas stands when it comes to its barbecue obsession.
BENTON COUNTY - A former Benton County employee pays back thousands of dollars, and begins serving time in jail for theft.
LITTLE ROCK, AR- The Arkansas Supreme Court is now set to discuss a lawsuit challenging a proposal to legalize alcohol sales in all 75 Arkansas counties.
On Friday and Saturday, a solar storm will be raining down a huge amount of solar radiation, prompting the Space Weather Prediction Center to issue a strong geomagnetic storm watch for Saturday.
SPRINGDALE - The Kiwanis Clubs of Northwest Arkansas hopes to raise thousands of dollars this weekend for Arkansas Children's Hospital.
Oscar Pistorius has been found guilty of culpable homicide, an accused killer escaped from jail but has been captured and an investigation is underway into the NFL. These are your Top Trenders for Friday, September 12, 2014.
NATIONAL NEWS --- This week, President Obama spoke to the nation about his plans for combating terrorism in the future. It was a 15 minute long speech, but here are some key takeaways.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Today 8-year-old Evan Tracy will get an MRI, but first he gets to learn how it works on what's called a Kitten Scanner.
Violet is our Pet of the Week.
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SPRINGDALE, AR-- It's been 13 years since the attacks on the US. Although a few 9th graders in Springdale were only two at the time, they didn't let age stop them from commemorating a day they vaguely remember.
If you hear storm sirens on Friday, don't worry.
SEBASTIAN COUNTY -- Investigators are trying to determine the identity of a body pulled from the Arkansas River Thursday.
SPRINGDALE -- From health care to traveling and everything in between, a free expo in Springdale is opening up opportunities for seniors.
FOX NEWS -- First there was the burger simply made with a black bun. Now, Burger King in Japan has gone even darker with an all-black burger.
SPRINGDALE -- "Even after 13 years, the memory of the sacrifices our first responders made on Sept 11th remains fresh in our minds."
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- The city is honoring the anniversary of September 11 by sharing a proclamation made by President Obama.
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- A special ground breaking making a new beginning for one local family.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- Dine out at Mellow Mushroom to help end childhood hunger.
NATIONAL NEWS (NBC) -- Thursday marks the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks.
Doctors say there are some important clues to help you make that judgment call.
BENTON, AR - Drug testing high school students happens in multiple districts around Central Arkansas. One district is tightening its policy to keep students from skirting around the rules.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS - Arvest Bank wants to give one million meals to those in need, but needs your help.
BENTONVILLE, AR--Sergeant-Major Lance Nutt served in the first Gulf War and has spent 25 years as a Marine. He's been on 4 tours in the Middle East and is familiar with the dangers of groups like ISIS.
TEXARKANA, AR -- Texarkana Independent School District officials say their fifteen police officers will have M-16 semi automatic rifles just in case the need arises.
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FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- Fayetteville has made it onto a list of the top ten quirkiest towns in America.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS - A local competition showcasing the best of student photography, film production, music and more gets underway next month.
KNWA/FOX 24 -- President Obama will layout plans for defeating ISIS in an address to the nation Wednesday night.
A father is accused of killing his five kids, Apple reveals its latest products and President Obama will make a statement on his strategy for dealing with ISIS. These are your Top Trenders for September 10, 2014.
NATIONAL NEWS: Here is a look at Tuesday's national headlines.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- According to police reports, the owners, Pam Gazette and Lee Jackson, told officers their dogs went missing from their home on River Ridge Road on Sunday. Gazette and Jackson posted flyers, alerted the Arkansas Lost and Found pet Network and drove around their neighborhood looking for the breeds.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- This week marks the 20th anniversary of the Violence Against Women Act. Linda Ong shares the story of one survivor of domestic abuse with a message to other victims.
SPRINGDALE, AR -- The Humane Society of the Ozarks will hold a feral cat clinic in Springdale Wednesday.
LINCOLN - Damian Kelley, 21, is accused of kidnapping two girls and tying them up in a ditch in July.