ROGERS-- One little girl's Christmas wish came true with the help of the Rogers Post Office.
CNN--Tornadoes ripped through the deep south this week, leaving a trail of destruction just days before Christmas.
Springdale, AR--While stores, schools and workplaces are closed for Christmas, there are a few places that never close their doors.
Every year families head to the theater!
CNN-- Jordanian armed forces have confirmed that ISIS have captured one of their pilots after shooting down a coalition warplane.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR--Christmas is the season of giving, but what happens when you forget to pick up a gift for someone?
BENTONVILLE -- Hundreds turned out for the Kiwanis Club's annual food drive.
(KNWA) -- Children across Northwest Arkansas and the world are getting ready for a visit from Santa Claus.
HIGHFILL, AR -- Some stormy conditions across the country could cause issues at the Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport Monday morning.
(CNN) -- Starting Wednesday afternoon, you can watch the controversial Sony Pictures comedy "The Interview" via YouTube, Google Play, the Microsoft Xbox video game console and a special Web site.
(CNNMoney) -- Some employees at about 1,400 Walmart stores could see their wages climb in 2015 due to increases in their state's minimum wage.
Today's expert is Todd Whatley with Elder Law. We ask him, Do You Need A Last Will And Testament?
One of our former president has been put in the hospital, it's National Eggnog Day, and cleanup is underway in parts of the South after storms hit the area. These are your Top Trenders for December 24, 2014.
ARKANSAS - Sony Pictures Entertainment said it will release "The Interview" in select theaters and several theaters in central Arkansas have confirmed they will be showing the movie.
MEMPHIS, TN -- Authorities in Tennessee and Arkansas are on high alert after the FBI issued a warning about a possible terrorist threat to Memphis.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Health officials have announced the state is under attack by the flu and you need to protect your self starting today.
LITTLE ROCK, AR--The mother of a man shot and killed more than 17 years ago is pushing for greater communication between the system and victim's families.
BENTONVILLE -- A local shelter looks to give abused and neglected kids the best holiday possible.
Amid a groundswell of support and strong words from President Obama, Sony is now poised to release 'The Interview', just one week after saying it was canceling the release.
Bet you don't remember the birthday cards you got for your first birthday.
NATIONAL NEWS -- Here are Tuesday's top-trending stories nationwide.
HIGHFILL -- As one of the busiest travel days of the year, Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport urges you to be prepared before heading to the airport.
SPRINGDALE -- Police say they've caught the man who robbed a gas station at gunpoint last month.
SPRINGDALE -- The police department has a Burglar Box drop-off location, where you can throw away gift boxes, free of charge.
ROGERS, AR. -- Some big checks were cut Tuesday morning to help Northwest Arkansans in need.
(FOX 24 via CNN) -- The Dow closed above 18,000 milestone for the first time ever Tuesday, putting an exclamation point on a stellar year.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Officers say her steering wheel stopped a slab of bricks from hitting her.
Today's expert is Dr. Hollis Rogers of Colon and Rectal Associates of Arkansas and the question is at what age should a person get checked for colon cancer?
Belgium's Prime Minister was covered with french fries with a side of mayonnaise, a Delta bag handler has been busted, and Arizona ditches their drug cocktail. These are your Top Trenders for December 23, 2014.
STUTTGART,AR--It's been nearly a month since anyone has seen or heard from a Stuttgart father. Relatives hope reward money encourage people to step forward and help solve Bill Gibbs' disappearance.
SILOAM SPRINGS, AR -- Siloam Springs Police joined forces with Santa Claus to spread some Christmas cheer.
(KNWA) -- A driver who hit a deer and wound up in a ditch over the weekend in Iowa got some help from an unexpected source.
NATIONAL NEWS -- Here are Monday's top-trending stories nationwide.
(KNWA/NBC) -- If you're a last minute holiday shopper stumped on toy possibilities, the folks at CNET.com test drove a few tech-oriented ones, each under $50 dollars.
BENTON COUNTY -- Kidnapping suspect Brent Wilks is back in Northwest Arkansas.
FAYETTEVILLE -- A new study from the U of A finds that when companies overcompensate customers after a large-scale hacking, it may make the situation worse.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Some South Fayetteville business owners hope to see a boost in traffic and revitalization to the area.
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- A car accident on Interstate 49 sent one person to the hospital and shut down a lane of traffic.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- The company says energy efficiency contractors are calling its members, claiming to be representatives of Ozarks Electric.
NATIONAL NEWS --- Are you wanting to save money and be fiscally fit in 2015? We ask the experts about what they think are some good tips for your New Year's Resolution.
NORTH POLE, ALASKA -- Santa Claus and his reindeer are prepping for the big day, but it's the Elf on the Shelf that saved the day!
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS --- Have you finished your holiday shopping yet? If not, we've got you covered!
NORTH POLE, ALASKA -- The countdown is on for lift off, so Santa and his team are finishing up the last of the toy wish lists!
After two officers were shot, people are paying tribute to the two men, the Pope gives his Christmas address and Sony is getting sued by employees. These are your Top Trenders for Monday, December 22, 2014.
CNN-- New York police officers came together early Sunday morning to honor two fallen members of the force.
SPRINGDALE -- Toys for Tots is an annual Christmas program organized by the US Marines Corps Reserve that collects toys for children in need.
SPRINGDALE-- Car clubs across Northwest Arkansas gathered in Springdale to collect toys for tots.
NATIONAL NEWS --- You're about to embark on the week of Christmas and you might be a little stressed. Don't worry, we've got some tips to keep you sane!
LITTLE ROCK, AR. --- This is the second year the center is making Christmas deliveries and with every year more volunteers come to help with the new tradition.
Two officers were killed on Saturday, Obama is in Hawaii, and North Korea says it has been framed. This is the Pulse.