Bentonville-- One of Vietnam's largest corporations, now has a trade office in Bentonville. The Tinnghia (Tuh--neia) Corporation now has an office across the street from the worlds largest retailer. The new trade office is the first of it's kind for the state, allowing Vietnamese business to open up new opportunities and jobs for Northwest Arkansans.
FORT SMITH, AR (News Release) -- Co-hosted by the Fort Smith National Historic Site, Descendants Day will give community members an opportunity to share their artifacts, documents, photographs and stories with the future U.S. Marshal Museum.
KNWA/Fox 24 via CNN -- Tattoos cover their faces and bodies -- marks of permanence to contrast their transient lifestyle. Some wear their hair in dreadlocks; others wear worn bandanas around their necks.
KNWA/Fox 24 via NBC News -- President Obama will announce a sweeping change to the nation's overtime pay law, dramatically expanding the number of people who will qualify for increased pay after working more than 40 hours in a week.
ROGERS-- Arkansas currently has 34 death row inmates. One of them is Karl Roberts. He was sentenced to death in 2000 for the murder of Andria Nichole Brewer. Her mother, Rebecca Petty has been waiting for sixteen years to see her daughters killer be put to death. She says the family has been devastated over more than a decade of appeals.