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Rogers, AR, United States

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Sider app connects businesses and students for paid projects

Sider can help local businesses boost their digital presence. → Read More

XNA sees 95 percent drop in people boarding planes

The number of people flying out of the Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport plummeted last month. → Read More

NWA & River Valley elected officials hold virtual prayer gatherings

2020’s National Day of Prayer looked different than those from years past. → Read More

Local food banks stock shelves to meet demand in NWA, River Valley

The Northwest Arkansas and River Valley Regional Food Banks rely on financial donations to buy food so that they can stock the shelves for families in need. Some counties have seen a spike in food insecurity by nearly 50%. → Read More

Arkansas Dept. of Human Services starts virtual 'Recovery Clinic' on Facebook

Recovering addicts Jimmy McGill and Christopher Dickie host live streams twice a week on the Recovery Clinic Facebook page. They're hoping to help people struggling with substance abuse. → Read More

Van Buren doc on how even homemade masks can help

Dr. Stephen Carney of Baptist Health Family Clinic in Van Buren explains how the homemade cloth masks many people wear can protect the community. → Read More

Best golfers in the world to play in Northwest Arkansas Championship

Organizers have some big plans for 2020. → Read More

Bentonville’s Momentary opens to the public Saturday

40/29’s Allison Wise spoke with one of the curators to find out exactly what visitors can expect inside the new space. → Read More

Springdale hotel clerk helps rescue trafficked woman, police say

Police say because the clerk was alert and acted quickly, a woman is now safe from a sex trafficker. → Read More

Bentonville company CEO responds industrial fire

The CEO says his employees will continue to be paid, even though some work has to stop. → Read More

Centerton prepares Thanksgiving meals

Volunteers prepared food for Centerton’s free Thanksgiving potluck. → Read More

Benton County prepares salt trucks

Road departments are ready for a drop in temperatures and possible flurries. → Read More

BFF Spotlight: Queen of Paradis

We talked to a couple whose documentary, Queen of Paradis, is being shown at the Bentonville Film Festival this year. → Read More

Woman loses family in Bella Vista house fire

Dorris Mobbs will tell anyone who will listen how important it is to have working smoke detectors in your home. → Read More

FULL VIDEO: Panel discusses child abuse in Arkansas

Experts on child abuse prevention sat down for a panel on the best strategies to tackle the issue in Arkansas. → Read More

Community gives feedback on solutions to Washington County Jail

The Washington County Quorum Court invited the community to attend Monday night’s jail meeting and present ideas about the overcrowding at the county jail. → Read More

Northwest Arkansas celebrates woman's life

Hope Cancer Resources organized a memorial for Valerie Wright → Read More

Jim Parsons says that taxpayers should not pay for stump dump cleanup

Jim Parsons filed a lawsuit against Cooper Communities, the Bella Vista Property Owners Association and Blue Mountain Storage. Parson said that he doesn't want taxpayers to have to pay for the for the stump dump cleanup. → Read More

Fort Smith Police among those taking part in Polar Plunge

The event raised money for Special Olympics Arkansas. → Read More

Man charged with raping toddler in Bentonville

According to a report, Bentonville Police arrested Tristan Tiarks on multiple charges in the rape and assault of a three-year-girl. He's been booked into the Benton County Jail on a $500,000 bond. → Read More