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KNWA Today: Animal League Of Washington County

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Some four-legged friends are living a ruff life and one organization wants to make sure these animals have the support they need to live a fulfilling life.


Arkansas Couple Arrested After DPS Discovers Over 4,000 Grams of Methamphetamine During I-30 Traffic Stop

Texas DPS officers arrested Victor and Amber Hernandez of Arkansas on Wednesday afternoon after discovering 4,003 grams of methamphetamine in their vehicle during a traffic stop on I-30.


Washington County officials OK crisis unit money

FAYETTEVILLE -- Washington County's justices of the peace on Tuesday endorsed spending $250,000 on a county Crisis Stabilization Unit. The Quorum Court's Finance and Budget Committee approved sending it on to the full Quorum Court for discussion.


Man shot and killed in Arkansas neighborhood

BLYTHEVILLE, Ark. - A man died after being shot in an Arkansas neighborhood Wednesday evening. The shooting happened in Blytheville. Police were called to the 100 block of East Cherry Street around 6 p.m.


Satanic Arkansas adopts mile of Highway 300, plans cleanup event in Little Rock

Satanic Arkansas, a free-standing religious group, has adopted a stretch of Highway 300 near Pinnacle Mountain and is participating in the Keep Arkansas Beautiful campaign. They also are planning a cleanup event on March 9 from 8 a.m. to noon for the 10th Annual City Wide Cleanup. The event will be


Bill would curtail Arkansas inmates' last meals

Legislation was filed Wednesday to limit the last meals of prisoners on the night of their execution to food that is already available within the prison. The sponsor of the bill, state Rep. Rebecca Petty, R-Rogers, is a familiar name on death-penalty legislation. Her daughter, Andi, was killed in 19


Washington County picks new site for crisis center

FAYETTEVILLE -- Washington County officials have a new, less expensive, plan for the proposed crisis stabilization unit. The county is making space available in the former juvenile detention center at 105 Mill Ave., just east of College Avenue, which housed the county's Department of Emergency Manag


Arkansas man charged with forging LU documents

An Arkansas man has been charged with forging documents at Lincoln University. Robert Brown, 21, is charged with one count of felony forgery. Brown “knowingly altered personal information and identifications to apply to Lincoln as a student on two separate occasions,” according to a Lincoln Universi


Large amount of pot, THC oil, and ecstasy confiscated during Texarkana, Arkansas arrest

Texarkana, AR - Police in Texarkana, Arkansas take a large amount of drugs off the streets following an arrest on Tuesday evening. Police say Dewayne Franklin, of Wheatfield, Connecticut, and Jermany Tiswell, of Marianna, Arkansas, were taken into custody after authorities discovered 10 pounds of ma


Blayne Toll Talks Arkansas' Prospect Day, Position Hoping to Play in College

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - By Otis Kirk. Hazen 2020 athlete Blayne Toll was among the recruits at Sunday's Prospect Day at Arkansas. Following the visit, Toll, 6-5, 235, talked about how it went for him.


Parolee sentenced to 6 years for ramming Arkansas State Police car

A parolee who rammed an Arkansas State Police unit last year while fleeing was sentenced to six years in prison Tuesday after pleading guilty to felony charges in Garland County Circuit Court.


Top Dems call for end to Medicaid work rules after 18,000 lose coverage in Arkansas

Top congressional Democrats are calling on the Trump administration to stop approving work requirements in Medicaid after more than 18,000 people lost coverage last year due to the requirements in Arkansas.


Passport fairs to be held in 3 Arkansas cities

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Three Arkansas post offices are hosting events this month to help anyone who needs to get their passport. Since appointments are not required on passport fair days, customers are urged to show up early because applicants will be served on a first-come, first-served basis until th


Police: Prairie Grove Baseball Coach Cited For Endangering The Welfare Of A Minor, Allowed Student To Use Taser On Another Student

PRAIRIE GROVE, Ark. (KFSM) — Chris Mileham, the head Prairie Grove baseball coach, has been cited by police for endangering the welfare of a minor, according to the Prairie Grove Police Department.


Skeletal remains found near I-40 in central Arkansas; police investigate whether they are those of man missing since 2015

Authorities in Central Arkansas said they are investigating whether human remains found off a Conway road are those of a man who went missing more than three years ago. A man discovered what appeared to be a human skull just before dark on Monday on the city’s north side, the Conway Police Departmen


Man pleads to role in shooting at strip club

FAYETTEVILLE -- A man who was involved in a shooting incident at a strip club early last year pleaded guilty in Washington County Circuit Court earlier this week. Carlos Gomez-Aguilar, 25, of Springdale pleaded guilty in Washington County Circuit Court to aggravated assault, second-degree battery an


Large part of Arkansas under enhanced risk for severe storms on Saturday, forecasters say

More rainfall is expected in Arkansas before storms on Saturday that have the potential to turn severe, the National Weather Service said Thursday. The agency predicts heavy rainfall Thursday evening through Saturday, raising flooding concerns due to already elevated rivers from recent rains.


Shipley Donuts Ready To Hire On Arkansas Blvd.

It's been over a year since ground broke on the donuts of my dreams, Shipley Do-nuts, and it looks like we're getting close. Look there, in the window, it's a "Now Hiring" sign! I grew up in Houston where Shipley began, and I love 'em! I can only hope they live up to my memories.


Memphis pipeline coming? Arkansas assistant Kenny Ingram discusses recruiting his home town for Razorbacks

Chad Morris was hired at Arkansas to bring an explosive, high scoring offense to Fayetteville but if his Razorback program is ever going to develop into an SEC contender, it’s going to take the players up front to make that happen.


Fayetteville Man Sentenced to 80 Years for Beating Elderly Woman

A man from Fayetteville was sentenced to 80 years in prison for beating an elderly woman. According to Benton County Prosecutor Nathan Smith, Cody Anderson, 30, pleaded guilty Tuesday to attempted murder, battery and three counts of terroristic threatening.