Complaints of blood in a dish at a Rogers restaurant lead to unrelated violations being cited by the health department and quickly corrected by the restaurant.
The first flu-related death has been reported in Arkansas for this flu season.
The owner of A.G. Russell Knives in Northwest Arkansas died on Friday (Oct.12) during what was supposed to be a routine angiogram, according to the obituary for A.G. Russell III.
The Springdale Police Department is asking the public for help in identifying the people in the photos.
A Benton County Justice of the Peace Candidate was arrested Tuesday evening for forgery in the first degree.
In this week's 'You Ask, We Investigate' report, KNWA's Katelynn Zoellner went to find out what the purpose of traffic counters are in Arkansas.
A Hot Springs woman is warning about a scheme that cost her $6,000 dollars. The woman says three men claiming to be with the Social Security Administration called her demanding money.
KNWA is your guide to upcoming local elections, and we provide a look at some sample ballots from across Northwest Arkansas and the River Valley.
As Halloween quickly approaches, KNWA wanted to take the time to gather information on events for the public celebrating the spooky observance.
(CNN) - A week after Hurricane Michael slammed the Florida Panhandle, the scope of the storm's fury is still emerging as the death toll rises and rescuers search for the missing in the hardest-hit areas.
(CNN) - People in Canada are cheering, enduring long lines and honking their car horns in support as the country's first marijuana dispensaries open their doors Wednesday.
The City of Rogers and Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce are inviting the public to hear from a city planner and urban designer about parking and street design on Wednesday.
Good people of America, the dream is still alive.
A new study released shows investing more money in Arkansas highways would create more than a billion dollars in economic growth across the state.
Delays on the opening of a Crisis Stabilization Unit have put the Washington County Jail in a tough spot -- leaving some people claiming they aren't getting the help they need.