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Donna Terrell

FOX16 News

Little Rock, AR, United States

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Past articles by Donna:

Remembering FOX 16 News Producer Chris Scott

It is an extremely tough day for everyone at FOX 16 News, and especially everyone connected to FOX 16 News at 9 as show producer Chris Scott passed away earlier Tuesday. → Read More

Remembering reporter Haven Hughes

It is an extremely hard day for everyone at FOX 16 News as last night a tragedy none of us were prepared for hit home with the death of reporter Haven Hughes. → Read More

Military veterans swapping artillery for algorithms in fight against cyber-warfare

Military veterans are back in training in Arkansas, and while they have left the front lines of active duty, they are now getting ready for a cyberwarfare battle. → Read More

Yoga Warriors Golf Tournament swings big

MAUMELLE, Ark. – A successful 2nd Annual Warrior Golf Tournament was had at the Maumelle Country Club on Monday. The event was part of Donna Terrell’s Yoga Warriors initiative. This was the first time since 2019 that participants were getting a swing at the tournament. The event was put on hold because of the pandemic. “We […] → Read More

Filmmaker is primed for Amazon with comedy filmed in Little Rock

A movie filmed in Arkansas is proving that while nice guys may finish last, great local filmmakers are ready for prime time in the Natural State. → Read More

Remarkable Woman: Angie Mix of Rose Bud gives love to her community and receives it back with all the toppings

It’s a busy evening at Grumpy’s Getaway in Rose Bud, with orders being taken and pizza fresh out of the oven selling fast → Read More

Remarkable Woman: Vanita Hill strengthens and inspires women around her

For a group of women in Beebe, one of the keys to longevity in life is exercise. And leading the charge is a Remarkable 95-year-old who lives for working hard and helping others. → Read More

Arkansans ‘Dress in Blue’ Friday to honor Colon Cancer Awareness Month

You may have seen a lot of people dressed in blue on Friday. → Read More

Seeking an authentic look, how Black women are using their hair to spread a message of beauty

Some women may stray away from wearing natural hairstyles, but Little Rock hairstylist Alisha Davis pushes to change the narrative in Black hair care. → Read More

Heber Springs man facing charges related to Jan. 6 riot gives his side of the story

The riot on Jan. 6, 2021, at the U.S. Capitol is forever etched into the minds of Americans. Hundreds of people have been arrested and charged, including several Arkansans. One of those Arkansans is Bob Snow of Heber Springs. “I was not part of the violent group,” Snow said. “That’s not in my nature.” Snow […] → Read More

Donna Terrell’s Yoga Warriors donates $31,500 to help central Arkansas cancer survivors

Wednesday marked a big day for cancer survivors in central Arkansas dealing with the hardships that come with fighting the battle of cancer with a $31,500 donation. → Read More

Little Rock group to host virtual event with Moderna vaccine researcher

The public is invited to hear one of the leading researchers of the Moderna vaccine at a virtual event on Friday. → Read More

Arkansas rape survivor finds passion in protecting other innocent victims

Sometimes the worst tragedy can inspire someone to be or do more than they ever thought they could. That is certainly the case for an Arkansas woman who turned the horror of being raped at the age of 14 into a passion to protect the innocent in court. → Read More

Pine Bluff museum shares story of Martha Mitchell, the Arkansas connection to the Watergate scandal

Martha Mitchell was a social darling in Washington D.C. and one of the biggest names pulling at the strings that would pull at the strings leading to the Watergate scandal, and more than 45 years a local man has been keeping her memory alive in a Pine Bluff museum. → Read More

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson talks COVID-19, mandates and legacy in exclusive interview

In an exclusive interview with FOX 16 News, Gov. Asa Hutchinson discusses the challenges Arkansas faces from COVID-19, the politics of masks and how he will be remembered as a pandemic leader. → Read More

Arkansas COVID nurse living dream as actress

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A movie, mostly shot in Arkansas could soon be gracing a streaming service near you. One of the stars of the film is an Arkansas nurse, who has a passion for taking care of people and also keeping them entertained. Shamber Uzuh is a registered nurse by day and actress by […] → Read More

‘I don’t want to lose another’; Veterans train to save each other from suicide crisis

A non-profit organization started by a Little Rock veteran is touching the lives of not just the vets who need help but also the ones providing it. → Read More

Donna Terrell’s 7th annual Yoga Warriors: Fighting Colon Cancer

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. –Donna Terrell’s 7th annual Yoga Warriors Fighting Colon Cancer event is in the books. Each year at Yoga Warriors is another chance to spread the message of early detection for colon cancer. UAMS Dr. Jonathan Laryea was there to help spread that message. Yoga instructors Stacey Reynolds and Sarah Thomas Pilcher walked everyone […] → Read More

Donna Terrell’s Yoga Warriors: Colonoscopies, screenings to test for colon cancer

If you have no symptoms or no family history of colon cancer you should get your first screening at 45. → Read More

Pine Bluff native celebrated as new Chief of Police for U.S. Park Service

There’s a new Chief of Police for the United States Park Service who is also a Pine Bluff Native. → Read More