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Bentonville Police Chief Jon Simpson released a statement on Saturday after tear gas was deployed during a Monday night protest. [Read More]
There were 505 active cases of COVID-19 among Arkansas poultry workers as of Friday morning, the Arkansas Department of Health announced. [Read More]
Mayor George McGill said the protests are a good opportunity for better communication and to see future community leaders. [Read More]
A Greenwood woman was sentenced to 12 years in prison after pleading guilty to Conspiracy to Commit Murder, according to Sebastian County Prosecutor Daniel Shue. [Read More]
A 7th person has died of coronavirus in Benton County, according to the county coroner. [Read More]
As the COVID-19 pandemic persists and with the rise in protests over the death of George Floyd, a local therapist provides tips for staying mentally... [Read More]
Hearst Television participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means we may get paid commissions on purchases made through our links to retailer sites. [Read More]
Afternoon heating could make it feel hotter than 105 degrees, NWS warns. [Read More]
Springdale police said a car went off the road, broke through a fence and hit three people in a backyard. [Read More]
"It's 2020 and we shouldn't be living in a society where racism still flows through our veins like poison." [Read More]
Seeing the influx of officers dressed in head-to-toe riot gear and face shields was confusing for Simone and she started to cry. [Read More]
Heat index values will reach and, in many cases, top 100-degrees this weekend. Meteorologist says some relief may reach us by next week. [Read More]
"There is a lot of discrimination that happens within schools, within stores, and just walking down the street." [Read More]
The student is "doing well" and self-isolating off campus. [Read More]
The FBI has identified the man who was shot and killed by U.S. marshals in Fayetteville as they tried to arrest him on an attempted... [Read More]
Fayetteville officials said activities that involve water contact should be avoided on Lake Fayetteville until further notice, due to harmful algae present. [Read More]
Gov. Hutchinson said the trend lines in different parts of the state are different, so some regions of the state may be able to move... [Read More]
Crystal Bridges will be open to members only Saturday, June 6 through Monday, June 8 with limited, entry-timed tickets. The museum will open to the... [Read More]
The calmer protests came on the same day that prosecutors charged three more police officers and filed a new, tougher charge against the officer at... [Read More]
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