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Past articles by Charity:

Northwest Arkansas Will Soon Have Its First Catholic High School

The first Catholic high school in Northwest Arkansas will soon be opening its doors. → Read More

Modern Homes Are Burning Eight Times Faster

Your choice of furniture or home decor could decide whether or not you lose everything in a house fire. → Read More

Increase in Potholes Across NWA From Last Week's Rain

Driving around Northwest Arkansas you may notice your commute is a little extra bumpy. → Read More

Home Deemed Total Loss After Fire in WashCo

Two people were injured in a late night house fire which firefighters say took 12 hours to put out. The home is deemed a total loss. → Read More

Flooded Roads Impossible to Pass in Benton County

For the safety of the public we just ask that if you see barricades you don't go around them," said Jay Frasier, the Administrator of the Benton County Road Department. → Read More

Background Checks Not Required for Some Gun Sellers

In Arkansas, there are ways to buy guns without going through background checks and some are wanting to see that change. → Read More

Local Residents Relive History of Moonshiners in NWA

Local historians date moonshining in Northwest Arkansas back to the mid 1800's. Though some say it's a dying art, others claim it's still alive and well here in the Ozarks. → Read More

KNWA Special Report: The Cost of Poor Money Management in Marriage

Most people will tell you, the number one thing a couple fights about is money. Financial coaches say if you're struggling with money, one simple thing could save your marriage. → Read More

Winter Weather Road Conditions Still Creating Problems for Drivers

Icy conditions are still creating problems for people across Northwest Arkansas. → Read More

Pea Ridge School District Looking to Build $20 Million High School

In Pea Ridge -- the school district is asking residents to approve a 3.9 mill tax increase to build a new high school which will cost around 20 million dollars. → Read More

Housing Industry Experts Discuss Making Housing More Affordable in NWA

Developers, architects, financiers, and elected officials came together this weekend to discuss how to make housing more affordable in Northwest Arkansas. → Read More

State Officials Gather in Springdale to Talk With Public About Key Issues

Governor Asa Hutchinson, Senator Tom Cotton, and Representative Steve Womack gathered at Springdale High School to talk about key issues in Arkansas. → Read More

City of Fayetteville Reviews Recent Street Projects

"I was actually hit in this intersection one time trying to get into my driveway." said one Fayetteville resident. → Read More

JC Penny Helping U of A Students "Sooie Up" For Job Interviews

The University of Arkansas is teaming up with a major business to help students' land a job after graduation. → Read More

J.B. Hunt Actively Trying to Hire More Veterans

A Northwest Arkansas Fortune 500 is going out of its way to hire thousands of veterans. → Read More

New Study May Mean Improvements for Low Income Housing in Fayetteville

The University of Arkansas Community Design Center was awarded a $25,000 grant and it's all going towards developing a livability improvement plan for people living at Willow Heights. → Read More

Man's Life Saved by Springdale Fire Department Smoke Alarm Installation

Because of the smoke alarm the Springdale Fire Department installed in Rodney Cameron's home eight years ago, his life was saved. → Read More

School Choice Presents Competition Between Local Schools

Because of the Public School Choice Act of 2015, parents in Arkansas now have the opportunity to choose the best school for their kid no matter what school zone they live in. But not everyone believes new choices are helping public education. → Read More

Farmington Firefighters Now on Duty 24/7

For the first time in its history, the Farmington Fire Department now has firefighters on duty 24/7. → Read More

Local Business Owner Helps Struggling Hurricane Maria Victims

One Northwest Arkansan is still helping victims of Hurricane Maria. It's been nearly four months since the hurricane devastated Puerto Rico. With half of the island still without power, Fayetteville resident, Randy Edwards, is getting those people back on their feet. → Read More