The one day program, for women only, costs $100 and offers an interactive introduction to the fundamentals of college football. It's all happening July 31 from 5-9pm.
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NATIONAL NEWS -- Here are Thursday's top-trending stories.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR--Volunteers and advocates are hoping to bring homelessness in Northwest Arkansas, out of the shadows, by canvassing shelters and soup kitchens for the next 24 hours.
ROGERS -- Two nonprofits teamed up to host the summit at the Embassy Suites in Rogers.
FORT SMITH -- The U.S. Marshals Museum issued commemorative coins Thursday to honor the two hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary of U.S. Marshals service.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- University of Arkansas researchers and volunteers will be counting and interviewing homeless people.
One cat crawled his way out of the grave, a female Ghostbusters is on the way, college savings plans are up in the air and there's a new discovery in space. These are your Top Trenders for Thursday, January 29, 2015.
(FOX 24 via NBC) Even though doctors still suggest getting the flu shot to protect yourself against the virus, you may also try reaching for something at the grocery store.
(CNN) Advertisers aren't the only ones spending big bucks for Super Bowl Sunday. Americans will spend more than $14 billion on their big game festivities.
(FOX) Get ready for some exceptional talent on Thursday night's new episode of American Idol.
JACKSONVILLE, AR -- While many of you begin to prepare taxes, scammers are brainstorming on new ways to profit off of your responsibility.
NATIONAL NEWS-- These are the stories making headlines across the country on Wednesday.
National Mentoring Month highlights value of BBBS of NWA.
An Arkansas legislative panel failed to advance legislation that would have ended the dual recognition of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and former Confederate general Robert E. Lee.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Three people were sentenced to a total of 32 years on drug trafficking charges, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.
BENTONVILLE, AR -- The world's largest retailer announced the elimination of around 50 positions at its home office in Bentonville Wednesday.
AROUND ARKANSAS -- We first told you about possible legislation that could allow guns on some Arkansas college campuses. The bill would allow full-time faculty and staff members with a concealed carry license to carry a gun on campus.
SPRINGDALE, AR -- A hiring event drew quite a crowd Wednesday and more jobs will be up for grabs in the coming weeks.
ROGERS -- The city hopes to bring more folks to the downtown district.
BENTONVILLE -- Before resting its case, the state called all three girls Matar is accused of assaulting to testify.
CONWAY, AR -- Conway police say two suspects robbed a 76-year-old man and one of them beat him on a walking trail.
KNWA/FOX 24 -- More than 42,000 people signed an online petition to remove the commercial from the big game in less than eight hours.
American Idol is making the last stop on its nationwide search for its newest idol and Idol-wannabes are scurrying to the Bay area.
Mormon's may be changing the way they feel about certain aspects of the LGBT group, Marshawn Lynch gives one answer during media days at the Super Bowl and that drone on the White House lawn may not be such a big deal after all.
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children is teaming up with the KidSmartz program along with TV actress Tia Mowry to get kids equipped with the tools to stay safe.
AROUND THE WORLD -- On the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, Holocaust survivors commemorate victims and share stories of survival and hopes for the future.
BENTONVILLE, AR -- Some local students took a trip to Capitol Hill with a click of a mouse.
BENTONVILLE-- It was a somber gathering of law enforcement agencies, city officials and residents from across Northwest Arkansas, as the Rogers Chief of Police, James Allen was laid to rest on Tuesday.
BENTONVILLE -- The state began its case by showing the jury pictures of the victims on their first day of kindergarten. Matar's defense attorneys told the jury there is no DNA evidence linking Matar to the sexual assaults.
ROGERS, AR -- Rogers City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to pay $390,000 to City Attorney Ben Lipscomb to resign.
SPRINGDALE -- If you're looking for work, you may be in luck.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR - Mayor Lioneld Jordan has proclaimed February as the city's first official Black History Month.
ARKANSAS --- The 90th assembly starts back this week with a busy schedule. We check in with Speaker of the House, Jeremy Gillam, for a look at the week ahead.
A Northeast snow storm is impacting travel nationwide, you can now order gluten-free pizza at Pizza Hut, and Emma Watson has a new role. These are your Top Trenders for Tuesday, January 27, 2015.
"I'm 85 and looking at getting a lawyer to handle things in my final years. My sister said i should get a certified Elder Law attorney. What does that designation mean?"
RISON, AR -- A middle school student is frustrated he can no longer wear a hoodie he got as a Christmas present. A gift he's been wearing daily ever since.
(NBC) 2014 was a year riddled with major hacking scandals, and while many Americans say they know the dangers of weak cyber security, it seems they haven't learned their lesson.
(NBC) Tax identity theft typically happens when a scammer files a fraudulent tax return using another person's social security number. You can attend a webinar today to find out how to stay safe.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR--Parents of students at Fayetteville High School are gearing up for a transition for a 9th through 12th grade high school next fall.
NATIONAL NEWS- Here is a look at what’s topping headlines across the nation on Monday.
GROVE, Okla. -- A recent study ranks Oklahoma schools as the 4th worst in the nation. Fox 24's Corley Peel asked school leaders at Grove High School about the state's standing in education matters and what they're seeing in their classrooms.
BENTONVILLE -- The trial for a former school employee, accused of sexually assaulting three girls, will begin Tuesday.
GROVE, OK -- "I hate to play the funding card, because I really do agree that an excellent teacher can make a difference in a kid's life, regardless of how much money is spent. However, of course money helps," said Linda Fracek, Grove High School AP English Teacher.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- Due to high demand, tickets for the July 30 concert will be sold through Ticketmaster. Organizers say folks can also buy tickets in person at the Walton Arts Center's Box Office in Fayetteville.
BENTONVILLE -- Barry Lunney officially announced his resignation to Bentonville Athletic Director Scott Passmore and Superintendent Michael Poore Monday afternoon.
(CNN) Are you looking to keep your resolution to lose weight or quit smoking? The key to success may be living with you! A new study suggests a spouse or partner sharing your goals increases your chances of success.
The 21st annual Screen Actors Guild awards were held on Sunday night, the Northeast is bracing for a blizzard, and Obama is in India. These are your Top Trenders for Monday, January 26, 2015.
(FOX) The monster system is expected to hit the region starting today, and the National Weather Service has already issued a blizzard warning for New York City and Boston.
"How are cases usually presented and long does it take to actually present a case?"
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- The nonprofit is teaming up with Care Community Center to provide the tax service across the region.
FOX 24 -- After weeks of waiting for it to arrive, we will be working to install a piece of equipment that will restore our over the air signal to all antenna viewers on Monday.