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Le Flore, Sequoyah Counties prepare for second round of storms

Towns across Le Flore and Sequoyah Counties in Oklahoma were hit hard by flash flooding and strong winds on Friday. They could see another round of storms on Saturday. → Read More

NWA restaurant owners, customers react to mask directive

Governor Asa Hutchinson expressed in his May 12 press briefing that face masks are required when customers enter a restaurant → Read More

Pea Ridge teacher and students launch Project Hope to support NWA community

Pea Ridge seventh graders are spreading hope throughout Northwest Arkansas, through words of encouragement and celebrating front line workers. → Read More

Rogers restaurant makes mother's day special with meal kits

Yeyo's has closed their NWA locations during the COVID-19 pandemic, but spent Mother's Day morning packing curbside meal-kits. → Read More

Mercy hospitals release plans to resume normal operations

Mercy hospitals release plans to resume normal operations. → Read More

Arkansas medical marijuana dispensaries don't qualify for federal aid

Because marijuana is illegally federally, dispensaries can't qualify for federal assistance during COVID-19, but a spokesperson for the medical marijuana commission says even if they did, they wouldn't need the help. → Read More

Arkansas man supports hospitalized wife during covid-19 restrictions

Wally Schluterman has spent everyday the week outside of his wife's window as she recovers from surgical complications at Northwest Medical Center in Springdale. → Read More

Some gyms choose not to reopen May 4 amid Coronavirus pandemic

Revolution Spin in Rogers feels May 4 is too soon for their gym to reopen safely to the public → Read More

Fayetteville hair and nail salons prepare to reopen after coronavirus

With hair and nail salons opening May 6, some businesses in Fayetteville already have a wait list of customers waiting to get an appointment. → Read More

Van Buren businesses prepare to reopen after Coronavirus pandemic

The Vault, a sports grill in Van Buren, is preparing to open with limited capacity on May 11 while bookstore Chapters on Main is eyeing a weekend return. → Read More

Springdale woman meets biological mom after more than 50 years

On April 25, Brown got the chance to meet her biological mother. Ruth Wildin had been living in Florida with her grandson, and when he lost his job due to the Coronavirus, they decided to move to Bentonville to be closer to Brown. → Read More

NWA mask makers sew, donate over 500 cloth face masks to essential workers

A group of women in Northwest Arkansas have been sewing tirelessly to provide cloth face masks to people on the front lines of the Coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Centerton man donates barbecue to front line workers of the coronavirus pandemic

Tony Brown's passion for BBQ has become his purpose. Through May, the Centerton banker is delivering meals to first responders, health care workers and staff at Apple Creek Health and Wellness, the site of the first COVID-19 case in Benton County. → Read More

NWA community "adopt a senior" to show support during Coronavirus pandemic

A facebook group called "NWA Adopt a 2020 senior" is connecting high school seniors with members of the community to get support during this time of uncertainty. → Read More

NWA hospitals, clinics respond to ban lifted on elective procedures

The medical community in Northwest Arkansas is preparing to resume elective procedures after the Governor announced they could resume beginning April 27, 2020. → Read More

Pea Ridge senior celebrates graduation early amid Coronavirus

While the district is still trying to decide how to proceed with graduation, some seniors are celebrating their classes being over. → Read More

Under Governor's guidelines every employee at Rogers health and rehab is eligible for relief

Eligible health care workers will receive bonuses through May 30. → Read More

Arkansas missionary tests positive for Covid-19

Two weeks after returning from a mission trip in Liberia, 71-year-old Stephen Martin from Flippin, Arkansas has tested positive for Covid-19. → Read More

Families celebrate Passover virtually amid Coronavirus pandemic

Congregation Etz Chaim in Bentonville is providing their community with a virtual seder so Passover can be celebrated safely at home. → Read More

Arkansas man home in quarantine after mission trip in Liberia

Stephen Martin of Flippin, Arkansas was stranded in Liberia after a mission trip. He finally made it home a week later aboard a medical evacuation flight. → Read More