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Police are looking for the man who stole cash and cigarettes from a Fayetteville gas station. [Read More]
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Fire crews were called out to the home just before 4 a.m. Wednesday. [Read More]
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People from different faiths came together to worship in Bentonville. [Read More]
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Proud Americans Supply has received 57 consumer complaints over the past year, according to BBB. [Read More]
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Father and son arrested on fraud in Crawford County after altering odometer readings and re-selling vehicles. [Read More]
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2-year-old Olivia Soto was found unresponsive inside her mother's Van Buren home on November 8th. [Read More]
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The worker faces charges that include 2nd Degree Battery. [Read More]
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Police have shut down Churchill Rd. near Division St. in Fort Smith after a gunshot was fired from a nearby home. [Read More]
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A dead whale in Indonesia has been found with 13.2 pounds of plastic waste in its stomach. [Read More]
The great pecan pronunciation debate continues. [Read More]
Darby shows us what to expect this week -- and what happens on Black Friday. [Read More]
Bonneville Elementary was placed on lockdown "for student safety," according to police. [Read More]
Arkansas' Louise Thaden was an aviation pioneer whose legacy lives on today. [Read More]
The senator praised someone by saying she would attend a "public hanging" if he had one. [Read More]
A sex offender ran from police in Fort Smith Tuesday morning, prompting a lockdown at a nearby elementary school. [Read More]
The victim's injuries were not life-threatening. [Read More]
Downtown is decorated with more than 400,000 twinkling lights. [Read More]
This is a list of free Thanksgiving meals in Northwest Arkansas and the River Valley for 2018. [Read More]
Here's where people are getting pulled over in Springdale. [Read More]
40/29 News went through all the records for speeding tickets from January 1st, 2018 to June, 20th, 2018, and sorted them by street to find... [Read More]
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