ROGERS-- Jennie Rehl has been at Grace Hill Elementary for the past 25 years, but has been in education for 39 years. Rehl has lived in Rogers her entire life. In two weeks, she'll leave Grace Hill Elementary for good.
KNWA/Fox24 -- Returns are coming to Walmart, but it's not the kind you see in the weeks following Christmas. These are returns of programs within Walmart, focused on their associates who -- as Walmart puts it -- "Make the Difference".
KNWA -- We're less than three weeks away from the official start of summer, and most people are hitting the gym to get those beach bodies ready for summer vacation. In this week's, Workout Wednesday, we focus is on toning up your core.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- According to Sgt. Robert McKinney of the Fayetteville Police Department, four people were arrested after an altercation at the Washington Plaza Apartments Tuesday night. Police say the fight broke out just before 9:00 p.m.
FAYETTEVILLE -- With Shareholders and Super Regionals taking over the U of A campus come Friday, many already anticipating delays. Residents preparing to deal with traffic headaches, but some Fayetteville businesses are taking that congestion all the way to the bank.
LITTLE ROCK, AR via KARK -- A change to the law during the most recent legislative session will expand access of the state prescription drug monitoring program to certified law enforcement without a search warrant in an effort, supporters say, to curb rising problems with prescription drug abuse.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR (News Release) -- Walton Arts Center announced today a $500,000 gift from General Mills. This gift is designated for the Investing in our Future: The Expansion of Walton Arts Center, Walton Arts Center’s $23 million campaign to add 30,000 square feet of space.
FAYETTEVILLE-- With the Hog baseball team hosting the Super Regional in Fayetteville and Walmart Shareholders taking over, thousands of people are expected in Northwest Arkansas this week. Hotels are telling us the rooms are going fast.
FAYETTEVILLE -- A group of high school film students are gearing up for the Bentonville Film Festival this week. Fayetteville High School students just wrapped up a film festival of their own over the weekend.
FORT SMITH --- The heightened sensitivity to gang violence stems from multiple shootings and two deaths in Springdale. Team Springdale is working with law enforcement, school officials and business leaders to revitalize their community. Now Fort Smith is using the Springdale model, with their own Team Fort Smith, hoping to breath new life into the city's downtown area.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- A campaign putting beverage powerhouse Anheuser-Busch in the hot seat after critics say it promotes date rape. Anheuser-Busch is apologizing after upsetting some consumers with a label on some of its Bud Light beer bottles. The slogan reads: "The perfect beer for removing 'no' from your vocabulary for the night."
Carroll County, AR-- One Arkansas woman's daughter was killed due to domestic violence. KWNA's Christina Carilla sat down with Laura Ponce, to hear her story and why she wants to keep others from the same fate.
NBC --- Leslie Roy, 52, and Lee Marie Wright, 56, were found safe Friday when a police helicopter pilot noticed a reflection off of their white Ford Explorer, which had gotten stuck in snow and lost power in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
ROGERS, AR --According to the CDC, approximately 99 people between the ages of 12 and 24 die everyday due to preventable causes. One group from Tulsa is traveling the country, trying to change that statistic with a live interactive theater experience.
LITTLE ROCK, AR via KARK - Attorney General Leslie Rutledge has approved a ballot title for a proposed measure that would allow voters a chance to repeal a controversial new law seen by some as anti-gay.