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Some Arkansans still waiting for pandemic unemployment assistance

The lag in funds is leaving many people wondering how they will keep their lights on. → Read More

Pharmacies working hard to keep up with Covid-19 vaccine demands in Arkansas

As Phase 1-B of the Covid-19 vaccination plan starts Monday, local pharmacies are still working on getting people in Phase 1-A covered. → Read More

UA and UAFS to host graduation ceremonies amid coronavirus pandemic

UAFS will hold a virtual ceremony while the U of A will host in-person ceremonies over a three-day span. → Read More

Arkansas covid death toll hits highest single-day mark, health experts say trend will continue

Arkansas reported 53 new covid-related deaths on Monday, a single-day record for the state. → Read More

Paul Petersen sentenced to more than 6 years in human smuggling scheme

Paul Petersen was sentenced to more than six years (74 months) for his role in an Arkansas adoption scheme. → Read More

Watch: Creekmore Park Holiday Lights Switched On for 2020 Season

The much loved holiday lights at Creekmore Park were flipped on early this year. Due to COVID-19. → Read More

Bid waiting approval from ARDOT for I-49 and Wedington interchange improvements

The proposed construction plan looks to reduce traffic in the area. → Read More

Family friend of Crawford Co. plane crash victims speaks out

It was meant to be a quick flight for the Herron family ahead of the Labor Day weekend. → Read More

Spiking coronavirus cases in Arkansas not tied to increase testing across the state

Data shows the increasing number of COVID-19 cases is not tied to more testing in the state. → Read More

Arkansans attend president's rally

Thousands gathered in Tulsa to hear president trump speak as well as some people from our area. → Read More

Mansfield couple gets married despite coronavirus outbreak

Megen and James Pennington didn't let the COVID-19 stop them from tying the knot. → Read More

Taking care of your mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic

During this COVID-19 pandemic, many families are stuck in their homes, kids are no longer going to their schools and people are self-isolating. → Read More

Arkansans struggle to file for unemployment

Governor Asa Hutchinson says about 8,000 to 10,000 Arkansans are trying to complete the unemployment process. → Read More

Small businesses feeling the effects of the coronavirus pandemic

In the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, local shops are closing and restaurant dining rooms are empty. → Read More

Arkansas House of Representatives candidate comes forward after negative ads

The ad being shared compares Della Rosa to Mitt Romney, calling both Romney and Della Rosa "fake Republicans." → Read More

Mauricio Torres’ New Murder Trial Set To Begin Tuesday

BENTONVILLE, Ark. (KFSM) — A Bella Vista man previously convicted of the rape and murder of his 6-year-old son will soon begin his new trial. Mauricio Torres will once again walk into the Benton County Courthouse Tuesday (Feb. 18) morning. → Read More

What Is The Seat Belt Law For Arkansas School Buses?

(KFSM) — After a new video showing a frightening school bus crash in Ohio circulated on social media, some are wondering what the laws are here at home. The video is a parent's worst nightmare. → Read More

Poteau Teen Speaks Out About Suicide Prevention After Jumping Off Bridge Into Traffic

POTEAU, Okla. (KFSM) — A local 13-year-old is speaking out about suicide prevention and mental health after surviving a jump off of a bridge into oncoming traffic. On Dec. → Read More

Spike In Crashes On Bull Hill Road On Highway 12 In Benton County

BENTON COUNTY, Ark. (KFSM) — One stretch of road in Benton County is known for rollovers, head-on collisions and even deadly accidents. Bull Hill on Highway 12 in Benton county near Beaver Lake is heavily traveled, but also notorious for its curves and inclines. → Read More

Memorial Set Up In Downtown Bentonville For David Glass

BENTONVILLE, Ark. (KFSM) — A memorial has been set up for David Glass, former CEO and President of Walmart, who died at the age of 84 on Jan. 9. Glass will be remembered at a service on Monday (Jan. 27) at 1 p.m. at Northwest Arkansas Fellowship Bible Church in Rogers. → Read More