Both had originally planned for a delayed start but made the decision to cancel all classes as freezing rain continued to accumulate on the roads.
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A mother facing charges after driving a minivan into the ocean with her children inside; and a family recovering after eating LSD-laced meat. This is Friday's edition of "The Pulse."
HUNTSVILLE, AR-- For the first time in almost 70 years, Madison County residents can buy liquor without crossing county lines.
BENTONVILLE, AR-- From dry county, to huge liquor stores. Benton county is booming with new stores filled with spirits. We were there for the grand opening of one them Friday afternoon.
SPRINGDALE, AR-- Police have charged a Springdale man with the shooting death of his own mother.
Pledges say four of them were paddled and left with whelps and bruises and were unable to walk without pain.
A new policy plans to block minors from seeing gun sale postings, among other changes.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- Police have caught up to one of three people they say held up a man in Fayetteville and took off.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR--A Grammy Award-winning singer is returning to Fayetteville for an encore performance this spring.
BENTONVILLE, AR-- The World's Largest Retailer, swapping size for convenience in the debut of the first of its kid store.
AROUND ARKANSAS-- Most of the ice is melted after this week's storms, but drivers and state lawmakers are wanting answers about icy roads still causing problems on state highways four days after the sleet and ice hit.
NORTHWEST AR-- Since the most recent sex offender arrest involving a missing 15 year old girl, many continue to ask what's being done to keep sex-offenders on the right side of the law once they're released from jail.
HIGHFILL, AR -- An updated master plan costing millions of dollars and proposing some major changes is underway at Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport.
Conservative activists and leaders meet at CPAC; a sexual assault bill fails in the Senate; and more in Thursday's edition of "The Pulse."
KNWA Today anchor JR Davis sits down exclusively with Mike Huckabee at the Mach 1 NWA Financial Forum.
Eating right on a budget starts with a little planning, before you head to the grocery store.
A man stirring trouble on a city bus full of passengers was shot and killed by North Little Rock police on Wednesday.
Students rejoice! One of the biggest changes is that the essay portion will now be optional.
Many Central Arkansas students went back to school after wintry weather forced more snow days, but some parents are asking if the roads were ready for their return Wednesday.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- A convicted sex offender is now formally charged with sexually assaulting a 15-year-old.
HOT SPRINGS, AR-- Two hotels, in less than a week have gone up in flames.
HUNTSVILLE, AR-- It's been a winter for the record books when it comes to missed school days. Class is dismissed for the Huntsville School District again on Thursday.
An update on the baby saved by CPR on a Florida highway; Chipotle may be halting salsa and guac sales and more. This is Wednesday's edition of "The Pulse." Possible steps forward in shoring up international diplomacy efforts over the Ukraine crisis. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met Wednesday with his Russian counterpart urging direct talks between Russia and Ukraine. Meanwhile, pressure is building on the financial front. As the U.S. builds a case for economic sanctions against Russia, European Union leaders plan to meet Thursday in Brussels to discuss a similar response. A baby who survived a brush with death on a Miami freeway last month is now back home. 5-month-old Sebastian de la Cruz suddenly stopped breathing while strapped in his car seat in heavy traffic a few weeks ago. His aunt and other drivers jumped into action, administering CPR, saving his life, in a story that wound up going viral. Now, the boy is safe and healthy back home. A New Jersey teen is really upset with her parents. Rachel Canning's request for immediate financial assistance from her parents was denied by a New Jersey judge. She is suing them for tuition at her private high school and living expenses. And she wants them to commit to paying her college tuition. Her parents say she left home because she didn't want to obey their rules. The host of this year's MTV movie awards is Conan O'Brien. The comedian and late night talk show host announced he will host the awards show for the first time. O'Brien has previously hosted the Emmy Awards. The MTV Movie Awards airs live from the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on April 13th. Chipotle Mexican Grill may have to temporarily suspend the sale of salsa and guacamole. The restaurant chain listed drought and changes in global weather patterns as risk patterns to its business. Chipotle says it uses 97,000 pounds of avocados a day. The restaurant promises customers won't have to deal with guacamole withdrawal anytime soon.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS-- Northwest Arkansas Fashion Week is underway and making a new stop this year.
HOT SPRINGS, AR - The Garland County Sheriff's Office is investigating a woman's death after her body is found inside a truck submerged in a creek.
MARION, AR - The Arkansas National Guard remains on duty supporting the Arkansas State Police by providing public safety personnel transportation, health and welfare checks and route assessment along I-55 and I-40.
Mortgage rates that were reduced under the government's Home Affordable Modification Program will increase over the next few years.
A new federal bill proposing a "kill switch" to wipe out user data on cellphones might give smartphone owners peace of mind.
The war of words between the U.S. and Russian presidents continues over Ukraine; and President Obama releasing his 2015 budget. This is Tuesday's edition of "The Pulse."
We love seeing your winter pictures. Take a look at some of the moments you've spotted.
Items like milk and beef may soon be rising, thanks in part to the harsh winter weather.
If you have lower back pain, it could mean you are standing, sitting, or sleeping all wrong.
The Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department's new $170,000 dollar truck featuring a "belly plow" hit interstate 4-30 Monday.
"12 Years a Slave" taking the Oscar for Best Picture Sunday; and Russian troops moving through Ukraine. This is Monday's edition of "The Pulse."
The International House of Pancakes is offering up free buttermilk short stacks on March 4 as a fundraiser for the Arkansas Children's Hospital.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- The votes are in and Fayetteville's Barrett Baber and Kenny Lamb have won the Department of Parks and Tourism's Song of Arkansas contest.
WASHINGTON COUNTY, AR -- Crews are keeping busy during this winter storm and that includes dispatchers at the Sheriff's Office, but Mother Nature threw them for an extra loop this time around.
KNWA/FOX 24 -- Icy roads and bad conditions are being blamed for two fatal collisions that occurred Sunday evening in Arkansas.
We're not the only area dealing with harsh winter weather. The Washington area is bracing for a tenth of an inch of ice, topped by eight to 12 inches of snow.
A fire destroyed part of the Majestic Hotel, a landmark in Hot Springs, on Thursday.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS-- Ice, snow, and sleet covered roads on Sunday and left a mess.
Because being stuck on the side of the road can get dangerous fast, they've got this one-word piece of advice for motorists who must get out onto these icy streets:
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS-- More than 70,000 SWEPCO customers, that's a lot of possible power outages. But with ice in the forecast, crews are ready to take action.
President Obama warns Russia to stay out of Ukraine; severe weather hits across the U.S.; and more in Friday's edition of "The Pulse."
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS-- 'On lock down, armed suspect, bomb threat' language recently heard around Northwest Arkansas, and in a setting that is supposed to be safe.
People in southern Ontario had a tough time getting around Thursday.
State Representative Charlie Collins explains why he believes the House will eventually vote to fund the Private Option.
In Missouri, the State Legislature considering legislation similar to that recently vetoed in Arizona; the FDA premieres new nutrition labels; and more in Thursday's edition of "The Pulse."
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- Medical marijuana made it to the ballot for the November 2012 election, but the proposition did not pass.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- The Davis family is hoping to see medical marijuana legalized in Arkansas.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- "If somebody told us that there were yellow dandelions out there in the yard and they would cure our daughter's seizures or stop her seizures, you bet we'd try it. In this case, it just happens to be a plant that's illegal," said Doug Eckels.