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EXCLUSIVE: Centerton Interim Chief Fired from Sdale PD for "Unnecessary Violence"
SPRINGDALE. Ark. (KNWA) - KNWA was the first to tell you about discrimination complaints filed toward Centerton Interim Police Chief Lieutenant Keck, and why officers say they aren't surprised by his behavior.
Cyclists Worried For Safety as Cars Drive on Bike Trail
ROGERS, Ark. (KNWA) - As the weather gets warmer, more bikes will be seen on trails all over northwest Arkansas. But in Rogers, one resident worried a particular area could be dangerous, especially for the newest of riders.
Good Day NWA: Happening in NWA Thursday, April 18
The Jones Center in Springdale is hosting its first Runway Time Trial Series. This is a six-week series on the Runway Bike Park pump track. The series will happen every Thursday night at 6:00 p.m. through May 23. The cost is $5 a night and is meant for riders ages sixteen and up. There is on-site re
PREP TRACK: Winn remains busy at Wolverine Invitational
CENTERTON -- Blakelee Winn could have requested a lighter workload, especially with the 4A-1 Conference just four days away. That wasn't the case Thursday evening. The Pea Ridge sophomore took on four events and earned the girls' high-point honor with 34 points during the inaugural Wolverine Invitat
Benton Co. investigating possible drowning of a toddler
GATEWAY, Ark. — The Benton County Sheriff's Office is investigating the possible drowning of a toddler, Sgt. Shannon Jenkins told 40/29 News. The child died after the incident in the town of Gateway on Monday.
Wonder Boys fall to Gorillas
SPRINGDALE — Britt Stroth, Dylan McDearmon, Harry Gard and Matt Robbins all turned in two-hit performances, while Michael Mueller tossed two innings of scoreless relief, but the Arkansas Tech Wonder Boys baseball team (27-16) was unable to overcome the timely hitting of Pittsburg State (21-17), fall
Pea Ridge Battlefield in Arkansas is a national treasure
GARFIELD, Ark. — Pea Ridge is one of the most intact Civil War battlefields in the United States. Watch the video above to learn more.
Employer forum in Springdale will focus on apprenticeship
The Arkansas Department of Workforce Services (ADWS), the Northwest Arkansas Council and area chambers of commerce are teaming up to host an employer forum in Springdale focused on apprenticeship.
Thaden students organize community dialogue
BENTONVILLE -- Longtime residents and recent arrivals came together to chat about the city's past, present and future this week in an event organized entirely by teens. "Meet Your Neighbor" at the public library was the work of the Thaden School's sophomore class. The students' goal was to encourage
Gateway, Arkansas infant flown to hospital after reported drowning
GATEWAY, Ark. (KNWA) - A Northwest Arkansas infant was flown to a hospital after being pulled out of a body of water by Gateway City Park in Benton County. Emergency responders were called to the park at around 3 p.m. Monday regarding a possible drowning.
Sunshine Students Hunt Easter Eggs at School
ROGERS, Ark. (KNWA) - Local children got the chance to have a little fun heading into Easter weekend. The students at the Sunshine School in Rogers had an Easter egg hunt Thursday in their classrooms and on the playground.
Rogers Fire Chief Talks About Battling Fire Like At Notre-Dame Cathedral
ROGERS, Ark. (KFSM) -- The Cathedral of Notre Dame is not only a historical structure but also contains artifacts that are irreplaceable making fighting the fire even more complicated.
Boxing champion Laila Ali visits NWA
ROGERS, Ark. (KNWA) - A boxing world champion was in Northwest Arkansas Tuesday to launch her new product line. Laila Ali, a fitness and wellness advocate, boxing champion and daughter of late boxing icon Muhammad Ali, is now the ambassador for the brand "Home Made Simple."
Springdale Nanotech Company Declares Bankruptcy
SPRINGDALE, Ark. (KNWA) - A local nanotechnology manufacturer filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. NanoMech, Inc., was on the verge of collapse days before the company's board of directors sought bankruptcy protection, according to its chief restructuring office.
Springdale Working on Revitalization Projects This Spring
SPRINGDALE, Ark. (KNWA) - It's spring, and Springdale is getting set to spruce up its downtown. New businesses, large scale events, and improvement projects are blossoming in the city ... from skate shops to brewhouses, the downtown area is expanding.
Finance director named interim director of CAPC
The Eureka Springs City Advertising and Promotion Commission is still looking for someone to replace retiring director Mike Maloney. At the commission's regular meeting Wednesday, April 10, finance director Rick Bright was named interim director while the commission searches for Maloney's replacemen
Free admission to national parks on Saturday
Entrance fees will be waived at national parks in our area and across the country on Saturday, April 20, 2019 for National Park Week. The Pea Ridge National Military Park is one of the most intact Civil War battlefields in the country.
Free Screening of "The Power of Zero: The Tax Train is Coming"
Rogers, AR - Chastain Financial will be hosting a free showing of The Power of Zero: The Tax Train is Coming at The Malco Towne Cinema in Rogers on May 1st at 6:30 pm. The Power of Zero: The Tax Train Is Coming is a 75 minute documentary by Director Doug Orchard that takes an in-depth look at how th
Springdale firm files for bankruptcy
Springdale-based NanoMech Inc. has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in a Delaware court, and its chief restructuring officer has said the tech company is viable enough to manage if the proper financing is approved.
UPDATE: 18-month-old child confirmed dead after drowning
GATEWAY, Ark. (KNWA) - UPDATE: Benton County authorities confirmed that the 18-month-old child who was pulled from a body of water near Gateway City Park has died. Sgt. Shannon Jenkins with the Benton County Sheriff's Office said her agency is investigating the death and that they are waiting on the