Top Stories Jan. 14, 2019

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Standoffs, guns, rent and government shutdown…these are your top stories on FOX24 news at 9:00.

H.U.D. Program Residents

Those in our area who receive government housing assistance could be in danger of being evicted.

SNAP Program

Over 300,000 Arkansans will be able to get their February food stamps early due to the partial government shutdown.

Suspicious Child Death Update

New information released today from Sebastian County courts claims a welfare fiasco.

Behind the Gun

a. A reported gun inside a mailbox leads to a three hour standoff in Benton County.

b. Police are searching for a suspect who was caught on camera this weekend possibly stealing a shotgun out of a vehicle.

c. The University of Arkansas football player charged with felony possession of drugs and firearms with intent to deliver pleaded not guilty today in Washington County Circuit Court.

Springdale Hit and Run

A man is in serious condition after a hit and run in Springdale. 

Spring Semester

Winter Break has come to an end at the University of Arkansas.

Dick Trammel Retires

The career of a legendary Northwest Arkansas businessman and University of Arkansas cheerleader is celebrated today.

Parking

a. A special meeting was held Monday in Washington County to discuss different planning issues.

b. The City of Rogers hosted renowed parking and street design expert, Jeff Speck, to speak about how the city can improve parking and pedistrian safety. 

Doing Good

The Northwest Arkansas Children’s Shelter provides 24-hour emergency residential care for children who are victims of family violence, neglect and physical and sexual abuse.

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