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Anna and Josh Duggar’s Arkansas farmhouse listed at $289K
Anna and Josh Duggar have dropped the price of their Siloam Springs, AR, home by $10,000—after just a month on the market. It’s now available for $289,000. The two are familiar to fans of “19 Kids and Counting,” the TLC reality show about the Duggar family. Josh is the oldest son of prolific parents
How Wilson Combat Refined Their AR-10
U.S. manufacturing is making a comeback in Berryville, Arkansas, the home of Wilson Combat. Every year, the company brings more of its manufacturing in-house. First known for building custom 1911s, Wilson Combat (wilsoncombat.com) is just as well known for its EDC X9 pistol, which was first review
Pierce City woman killed in two-vehicle accident
A Pierce City woman was killed in a two-vehicle accident in Barry County Wednesday morning. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says around 8:10 a.m., 63-year-old Susan Neely pulled out in front of a truck driven by 64-year-old Lon Clearly of Monett. Neely was pronounced dead at the scene. Clearly suf
Highway officials, Walmart executive praise Eighth Street interchange project in Bentonville
City and state officials and Walmart executives gathered Wednesday (April 24) to celebrate the completion of the Eighth Street interchange project along Interstate 49 in Bentonville. The interchange, adjacent to the Bentonville-based retailer’s David Glass Technology Center, is expected to open in t
Arkansas warns police about dangers of drugs
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — High school students across Arkansas have been getting sick from a dangerous drug. In a release from the Arkansas State Crime Laboratory, law enforcement personnel across the state are being warned about a synthetic drug, similar to K2, that has sent students to the hospital afte
Bentonville interchange to open within a week
BENTONVILLE -- A new interchange at Eighth Street and Interstate 49 will open to traffic next week. State Highway Department, city officials and officials from several agencies in Northwest Arkansas gathered Wednesday morning for a ceremony to celebrate the completion of the project. Small items rem
City drops CodeRED alert system
The City of Huntsville announced on its Facebook page last week that it no longer offers the CodeRED alert program, which sent a phone call or text message about emergencies in the city.
New Apartment Complex Opens in Bentonville
BENTONVILLE, Ark. (KNWA) - Demand for housing brings a new apartment complex to Northwest Arkansas. A ribbon cutting ceremony celebrated the new I Street Apartments in the City of Bentonville Tuesday.
Purdy teen facing assault charges after allegedly punching elderly man
An 18-year-old Purdy man has been charged with first degree assault or attempted involving serious physical injury or special victim. Asahel Rodriguez had been wanted for the alleged assault of a 67-year-old man last week that led to the man suffering an internal brain bleed.
An Inside Look At One Medical Marijuana Dispensary Opening In Northwest Arkansas
BENTONVILLE, Ark. (KFSM) — After years of legal delays, medical marijuana will finally be hitting store shelves in the natural state in less than a month. The Re-Leaf Center in Bentonville is one of four medical marijuana dispensaries approved to open its doors in Northwest Arkansas.
Walmart’s Top Five Executives Earned $68.73 Million Last Year
BENTONVILLE, Ark. (TB&P) — The top five executives at Walmart are paid handsomely for their services, raking in a combined $68.73 million last year. Total income for the top five earners rose 6.19% from the reported figure a year ago, according to the retailer’s annual Proxy filing with the U.S. Sec
Bentonville Man Gets 55 Years For Sexually Abusing Two Girls
BENTONVILLE, Ark. (KFSM) — A Bentonville man was sentenced to more than 50 years in prison after a jury convicted him for sexually abusing two women when they were children. Virgil Nathan Oliver, 51, was found guilty last month in Benton County Circuit Court of rape and sexual assault.
Arkansas Game and Fish Town Hall Meeting Tonight in Springdale
SPRINGDALE, Ark. (KNWA) - The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will hold an open town hall-style meeting tonight in Springdale. The meeting will take place at the Jones Center from 6-8 p.m. tonight.
Jaws Of Life Used During Car Crash In Bella Vista
BELLA VISTA, Ark. (KFSM) — The Bella Vista Fire Department used the jaws of life during a crash Tuesday (April 23) on northbound 71. According to a Facebook post from BVFD, they had to use the jaws of life during an extrication during a two-vehicle crash.
After 48 years in coaching, administration, Tom Tice to retire
After 48 years, Huntsville Athletic Director Tom Tice is hanging up his coach’s whistle. Tice, 67, will enter retirement after his contract with the Huntsville School District expires on June 30. He and his wife, Jo Ann, a nurse at the Sonora Middle School, are retiring together.
Police: Man injured in Northwest Arkansas shooting; 1 held
Police are investigating a shooting in Northwest Arkansas on Tuesday morning. The shooting occurred in Pea Ridge at 1072 Richards St. at about 9 a.m. this morning, police said. A 28-year-old man with a gunshot wound was taken to Northwest Medical Center, and a 59-year-old man was taken to the Pea Ri
Total Pay for Walmart's McMillon Hits $23.6M
Walmart Inc. President and CEO C. Douglas McMillon saw his total compensation increase 3.6% to $23.6 million for the fiscal year that ended Jan. 31 compared with the previous year.
Prosecutor: Deputy justified in shooting
BENTONVILLE -- A Benton County sheriff's deputy was justified last month in shooting a man involved in a standoff, Benton County Prosecuting Attorney Nathan Smith said Friday. Smith made the determination in Cpl. Matt Nading's case.
Medical Specimens Found Buried At “America’s Most Haunted Hotel”
The Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, is already known as the most haunted hotel in America and what was recently discovered on the property adds even more shock to its already creepy past. Over 400 glass bottles have been discovered in the backyard of the hotel that date back from 1938-19
Huntsville athletes qualify for 4A State Track Meet next week
Several Huntsville athletes on Monday qualified for the 4A State Track Meet next week in Batesville. The Eagles and Lady Eagles took part in Monday’s 4A-1 District Meet in Pea Ridge.