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Grants available for youth and children programs
EUREKA SPRINGS — Nonprofits working in and for the people of Carroll County can go to arcf.org/givingtree now to apply online for Youth Advisory Council (YAC) Giving Tree Grants through Carroll County Community Foundation, a local affiliate of Arkansas Community Foundation. Applications must be subm
Missouri bull rider dies following injuries
Mason Lowe, a 25-year old professional bull rider from Exeter, Missouri, died from his injuries in a bull riding competition Tuesday night in Denver. PBR CEO Sean Gleason made the announcement on their website Tuesday evening.
OzMoMu on Eureka Springs agenda
EUREKA SPRINGS, Arkansas - The Ozark Mountain Music Festival, better known as OzMoMu, celebrates its sixth year in 2019. This year, it will be Jan. 17-20 in downtown Eureka Springs.
Medical marijuana dispensary selected to get license in Mountain Home, Arkansas
MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. - Plant Family Therapeutics was one of the top-scoring applicants in Zone 2. That means if all goes smoothly, they should get a dispensary with a Mountain Home address.
Rogers Fire Department On Scene Of Traffic Accident
ROGERS, Ark. (KFSM) — The Rogers Fire Department is on the scene of a traffic accident involving entrapment. The accident is at South 8th Street and West Price Road. RFD says there are four patients and has requested another ambulance.
MO remains only state without prescription drug monitoring program
Missouri remains the only state without a prescription drug monitoring system, but state lawmakers say there's a chance that could change later this year. State Representative Lane Roberts says it's an item that needs to be addressed, due to the nation-wide opioid crisis. Roberts says while he isn't
DFA: No change in lien against senator
Officials with the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration confirmed on Monday afternoon that there had been no change in the status of a lien filed against District 5 Sen. Bob Ballinger (R-Berryville) late last year.
PREP BASKETBALL Berryville Throttles Farmington Girls
BERRYVILLE -- Berryville outscored Farmington 24-9 in the second quarter to open up a 37-15 halftime lead and cruised to a 54-25 victory over the Lady Cardinals at Bobcat Arena on Tuesday.
Arkansas staff visit makes Spivey rethink visit plans
Arkansas' offensive staff pose with running back commitment A'Monate Spivey and family. Arkansas sent a strong message to running back commitment A’Montae Spivey and his family with the offensive staff visiting Spivey’s school and home on Monday.
Rogers physical therapist accused of rape and battery of 3-year-old girl
BENTONVILLE, Ark. — The co-owner and physical therapist of a local rehab center has been arrested for rape of a child and battery according to police. Tristan Tiarks was admitted to the Benton County Jail on Friday, Jan. 11 with three counts against him: rape, second-degree battery, and aggravated a
Brrr! Arctic Cold Coming to Arkansas
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Get ready to bundle up because the coldest air Arkansas has seen this winter and since Jan. 18, 2018 is headed for the Natural State. We'll begin to feel it Saturday as an Arctic cold front passes through the state.
NWA Medical Marijuana Dispensary Hopes to Speed Up Selling Process
BENTONVILLE, Ark. - 'The owner of a soon-to-be Northwest Arkansas medical marijuana dispensary says the process to sell his product is taking longer than expected. Off of McNeilly Road in Bentonville where an old gift shop will be transformed into a medical marijuana dispensary in just a few months.
Man Jailed As Youth For Killing Found Fit For Trial
BENTONVILLE (AP) — An Arkansas man who was convicted 20 years ago of killing his father with a crossbow has been found mentally fit to stand trial on unrelated charges that he seriously injured his daughter in a vehicle wreck last summer then tried to take a gun from a sheriff’s deputy.
Arkansas man gets 20 years in prison after killing girlfriend, burning her body in New Orleans
An Arkansas man received a 20-year prison sentence after admitting to strangling his girlfriend to death in Minnesota and then driving her body to a New Orleans junkyard, where authorities found it burning in a shipping container.
Husbands, take your wives for a drive
Saturday, Jan. 5, was absolutely beautiful. Linda and I decided it would be a good day for a drive, but first we called Bill Mitchell and made it out to meet him for breakfast at Miss Mary's Cafe in Gentry.
Man Pleads Not Guilty to Murder
ROGERS, Ark. (KFTA) - A Rogers man has pleaded not guilty to first degree murder. Walter Bryan, 19, was charged for the killing of 22-year-old Tyler Garska. Bryan entered his plea in a video arraignment before a Benton County Circuit Court judge. Bryan is accused of shooting Garska in the head at th
Sexual Assault Charge Dropped Against Former Springdale Counselor
FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — A Washington County Circuit Judge on Monday (Jan. 14) dismissed a sexual assault charge against a former Springdale High School counselor accused of having sex with a female student.
Rogers SWAT Team Standoff Ends with Arrest
ROGERS, Ark. (KNWA) - A suspect has been taken into custody following a standoff with the Benton County Sheriff's Office SWAT Team. Kenneth Farr, 37, was peacefully apprehended following the incident in the area of Cemetery Rd. and Hwy. 62 in Rogers, according to Sgt. Shannon Jenkins with the Sherif
Judge issues arrest warrant after man fails to turn himself in
BENTONVILLE -- An arrest warrant has been issued for a Centerton man after he failed to turn himself in to start his prison sentence for killing a man in a crash. Mitchell Ramsey, 23, pleaded guilty to negligent homicide in November and was sentenced to 13 years in prison.
Walmart to Open High-Tech Consolidation Center in California
BENTONVILLE, AR - Walmart announced it will debut a first for its supply chain this July: a 340,000-square-foot high-tech consolidation center designed to revolutionize the way the company receives, sorts, and ships freight. The retailer has selected Colton, California, as the site for this automate