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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.


HFA Announces New Leadership as Longtime CEO Steps Down

Harrison French is stepping down from his long-held title, CEO of architectural and engineering firm HFA in Bentonville. During a ceremony on April 17, he announced to his staff of more than 230 that he is handing over the reins to Dave Wilgus, principal and vice president of architecture, effective


Cassville HS students study air quality

CASSVILLE - A student project at Cassville High School is aimed at making an impact for generations to come. The Chemistry 101 class planted trees at several locations around the high school campus as part of their air quality study. The students say as part of the study, they looked at carbon dioxi


Person Wounded in Pea Ridge Shooting, Officials say

PEA RIDGE, Ark (KNWA) - There was a possible shooting in Pea Ridge Tuesday morning, April 23, that may have left one person wounded, according to Benton County Dispatch. The location where the incident happened is at the 1000 block of Richards Street. Pea Ridge police and EMS are on scene.


Magnolia High yearbook, newspaper staffs earn Arkansas Scholastic Press awards

Magnolia High student Keyvonnie Nelson was named Photojournalist of the Year at the annual meeting of the Arkansas Scholastic Press Association (ASPA) April 18-19 in Springdale.


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.


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.


Man shot at Pea Ridge home found blocks away, police say

PEA RIDGE, Ark. (KNWA) - A man wounded in a Tuesday morning shooting ran from the scene and was found blocks away, police say. Officers were called to the scene in the 1000 block of Richards St. just before 9.


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.


Area Law Enforcement Taking Part In Saturday’s National Drug Take Back Day

(KFSM) — Law enforcement agencies in Northwest Arkansas, the River Valley and eastern Oklahoma will be hard at work this Saturday (April 27) collecting unused prescription drugs as part of the National Drug Take Back Day.


Northwest Arkansas animal shelter temporarily closes after dog tests positive for deadly virus

A public animal shelter in Northwest Arkansas temporarily shuttered Monday after at least two dogs tested positive for Canine Distemper, a potentially fatal viral infection with no known cure.


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.


Springdale issues change order on road construction

SPRINGDALE -- The City Council on Tuesday night approved an emergency $60,000 change order in the construction of Watkins Avenue after it determined the entire street was in need of repair.


Photos: Lunch with Some Greedy Goat

Wednesday's photo gallery includes a motorcycle Academy at Pig Trail Harley-Davidson in Rogers, kindergarteners from Vandergriff Elementary School doing games at Earth Days 2019 at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks in Fayetteville and some people having lunch with some Greedy Goats of Northwest Ark


Lady Pioneers pick up another solid guard

BERRYVILLE — A battle-tested point guard is always good to have on the roster. North Arkansas College landed one of those on Monday afternoon. The Lady Pioneers signed Berryville guard Baylea Smith.


Madison County Alliance Fighting Homelessness

HUNTSVILLE, Ark. (KNWA) -- People in Madison County are now calling the issue of homelessness a crisis, and community members are banding together to fight the issue head-on. "We've had two or three folks in the past year that asked to park their car in the church parking lot and stay there over nig


Apartment complexes coming to Tontitown

Developers have plans in various stages of design and development to build multiple apartment complexes, townhomes and duplexes along U.S. Highway 412 in Tontitown. Dirt work has started on the 264-unit TTown 112 Apartments on 21.6 acres south of Highway 412 and west of Arkansas Highway 112. The apa


Juror On Torres Trial Speaks Out About Shocking Arkansas Supreme Court Ruling

BENTON COUNTY (KFSM) —A Bella Vista man convicted nearly three years ago of killing his 6-year-old son through rape and abuse will now get a new trial. 5NEWS spoke with a juror in his case who says she can't believe the Arkansas Supreme Court's decision to overturn his conviction.


KNWA Today: Golden Apple Award - Leah Queen

GENTRY, Ark. - Each month, KNWA & Post Consumer Brands awards an area educator for Making Better Happen inside the classroom with the Golden Apple Award. Gentry teacher, Leah Queen is our April recipient. Click on the video box to see her story.


One Person Taken To Hospital After Crash In Fayetteville

FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — A man was transported to a local hospital in Northwest Arkansas Tuesday (April) after turning in an intersection where Thompson Street meets Main Dr on the Fayetteville-Springdale border.