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Joshua Cole


Rogers, AR, United States

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Past articles by Joshua:

Local mentoring organizations needs volunteers to change kids lives

Big Brothers Big Sisters of NWA needs mentors to change children's lives for National Mentoring Month. → Read More

Holiday cleanup, donate real Christmas trees to wildlife refuge

Now that Christmas is over, Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge is asking for your real Christmas Trees to give to the rescue animals. → Read More

Paralyzed River Valley Veterans never stop serving

An Oklahoma and Arkansas veterans make it their mission to serve others, despite being paralyzed themselves. → Read More

UAPD investigates multiple sorority student assault reports

University of Arkansas officials are looking into multiple reports of sorority students being grabbed on campus. → Read More

Authorities look for suspect after two sent to hospital in shooting

Authorities looking for suspect after two people were sent to the hospital after an early morning shooting on Sunday near Clarksville. → Read More

Hundreds run in Hero Half Marathon

The Fayetteville Firefighter Hero Half Marathon took place in downtown for the fifth year supporting our heroes by running and raising money. → Read More

'Armed, dangerous' suspect captured in Johnson County

The Johnson County Sheriff confirms that officials captured an 'armed and dangerous' suspect. → Read More

New 'library' pops up with community in mind

A new kind of library is popping up around Fort Smith, made by community members with donated material with the idea to take a book and leave a book. → Read More

Multiple lanes closed on I-49 after accident

Multiple lanes are closed on Northbound Interstate 49 near Springdale after and early morning accident, according to Arkansas State Police. → Read More

Third in Kickback Scheme to face Fed. Judge

Former Ecclesia College president Oren Paris III faces sentencing Wednesday in federal court, third to face judge of four in kickback scheme. → Read More

XNA Board search for new Exec. Director

The Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport Board of Directors plan to meet on Thursday (Aug 30) to interview the final six candidates considered to take over as Executive Director and C.E.O. → Read More

One Walk fundraiser kicks off to find cure for Diabetes

The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s Fayetteville chapter kicks off its JDRF One Walk fundraising campaign on Thursday (Aug 23). → Read More

Flight redirected back to XNA after odor in plane

Emergency crews were called to Northwest Arkansas Airport (XNA) after a flight was diverted early Saturday morning, according to airport authorities. → Read More

Crews put out house fire near Beaver Lake

Fire crews responded to a house fire early Wednesday morning near Beaver Lake. → Read More

Lanes blocked on Hwy 16 in Fayetteville, State Police

Arkansas State Police are on the scene of a semi turned over on Hwy 16 in Fayetteville at the intersection of Huntsville Rd. → Read More

Crews at the scene of structure fire in Fort Smith

Crews are at the scene of a structure fire along Hwy 253 next to the interstate in Fort Smith. → Read More

Survivors, Supporters wear heels for Women's Shelter

Survivors and supporters of those who have dealt with domestic violence raised money for the Northwest Arkansas Women's Shelter at a special fundraiser on Saturday. → Read More

Local 3D printing group responds to gun design halt

While a federal judge has blocked the distribution of plans that could help people make 3D printed guns, there are education groups in Northwest Arkansas that teach people how to use 3D printers. → Read More

Suspect in hospital after officer involved shooting

A suspect in a domestic disturbance call is in the hospital Friday morning (July 27) after an officer involved shooting in Springdale. → Read More

NWA schools act to make schools safer before year starts

NWA schools being proactive in upgrading and updating security policies ahead of new school year, as State School Safety Commission meets today in Little Rock. → Read More