Bailey Devane, 5NEWSONLINE

Bailey Devane


Springdale, AR, United States

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Bentonville Schools maintain mask policy

The Bentonville School Board voted in its monthly meeting to keep implementing the district's mask policy. → Read More

Police investigating string of paintball-related crimes in Fayetteville

Fayetteville police say they may have identified juveniles suspected of shooting moving vehicles with paintballs across Northwest Arkansas. → Read More

Local school districts dealing with bus driver shortage

Local school districts are asking for bus drivers after having to cancel bus routes due to driver shortage. → Read More

Construction demolition blasting on Bella Vista Bypass to slow traffic this week

Transportation crews will be blasting large portions of rock near Walton Boulevard, which will cause traffic delays. → Read More

New census data shows tremendous growth in Northwest Arkansas, stagnation in Fort Smith

Results from the 2020 Census show Fayetteville has replaced Fort Smith as the second most populated city in Arkansas, while Little Rock remains at the top. → Read More

Arkansans are applying for rental assistance due to pandemic

Arkansas residents are struggling during the pandemic and are forced to apply for rent assistance but to no avail. → Read More

Fort Smith schools prepare for the 2021 fall semester

Fort Smith teachers and staff have started returning to schools to get ready for the arrival of students for the fall 2021 semester. → Read More

NWA Council addresses job openings during their annual meeting

NWA Council leaders spoke Thursday during an annual meeting about their plans for getting jobs filled and how to further the area's workforce development. → Read More

Arkansas hospitals prepare for surge of new COVID-19 cases

As the Delta variant spreads through Arkansas, local hospitals are preparing for the third wave of patients. → Read More

Bella Vista: Repaint white fences or face legal consequences

10 years ago, the Bella Vista Architectural Control Committee changed the city policy, banning white fences. → Read More

Young Arkansans falling behind other age groups in receiving Covid-19 vaccine

Inventory of the Covid-19 vaccine in the state continues to grow as supply outpaces the demand for the shots. → Read More

Arkansas House approves bill allowing creationism to be taught in science classrooms

Teachers can currently teach creationism in philosophy or religion classes, but not in science classes. → Read More

Family speaks out after fatal hit-and-run in Springdale

A witness saw the man lying in the roadway, called 911, then saw three pickup trucks strike the man and continue driving east on Robinson without stopping. → Read More

Hog fans on Dickson Street went wild after the final buzzer

Fans hugged, danced, and cheered after a game that had people holding their breath until the final second. → Read More

Wife of Franklin County man shot and killed by police speaks out about that night

Franklin County Police shot and killed a man in Franklin Co. after he allegedly attacked deputies with a baseball bat. → Read More

Family speaks out after triple homicide in Madison County

Tami Lynn Chenoweth, 51, James Stanley McGhee, 59, and Cheyene Chenoweth, 26 were part of a large blended family. → Read More

Hog fans react to additional games at War Memorial Stadium

The Hogs are set to take on the Arkansas State Red Wolves in 2025 at War Memorial Stadium. → Read More

Governor Asa Hutchinson encourages Arkansans to take COVID-19 vaccine

The Governor is urging people to take the vaccine as it becomes available. → Read More

Man rescues victim from burning home

Police are calling one man a hero after he pulled a man from a burning home in Pea Ridge. → Read More

Arkansas Republican Party Leaders respond to presidential projection

Arkansas Republican Party leaders say the election is not over. → Read More