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Rogers, AR, United States

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NWS surveys damage in Le Flore County

A National Weather Service survey team says tornado paths crossed through LeFlore County Friday night. All paths are being rated EF-1. Top winds at 110 mph. → Read More

City council decides whether to reopen Alma Aquatic Center

The Alma City Council is expected to make a decision on whether or not to reopen the Alma Aquatic Center & Waterpark. The council will meet virtually Thursday night. → Read More

Wedding venues reopen in Oklahoma

Muldrow's Notus Farmhouse is among the wedding venues reopening in Oklahoma. The owner says she'll be reopening slowly and following the state's guidelines. → Read More

Public not allowed at National Cemetery Memorial Day ceremonies

The Fayetteville National Cemetery will still honor Memorial Day will a wreath-laying ceremony. The ceremony will not be open to the public. → Read More

Severe storms possible Monday evening

Monday evening's strongest storms could contain hail & high wind. → Read More

Severe Day: Tuesday Storms

Strong and severe storms are possible along and ahead of a cold front on Tuesday. High wind & hail will be the main concerns. → Read More

Springdale diner making breakfast to-go during coronavirus

Susan's Restaurant is one of many small businesses struggling, yet making changes during COVID-19 to keep afloat. → Read More

Severe weather possible on Easter Sunday

Two rounds of strong showers/storms could produce hail & high winds across NW Arkansas and the River Valley. → Read More

Truck drivers included as heroes amid COVID-19 pandemic

A majority of USA Truck's 2,000+ drivers are still making deliveries to keep the supply chain intact. → Read More

Arkansas researchers develop model to predict COVID-19 changes

Researchers at the University of Arkansas and UAMS say the model could help with monitoring the outbreak and developing better vaccines. → Read More

COVID-19: What happens if there's a Tornado Warning?

Tornadoes do not care about COVID-19 and if one is headed for your community, neither should you. → Read More

Severe Morning: Strong storms for early Tuesday

Hail & high winds will be the biggest concerns in the strongest storms on Tuesday morning. → Read More

Arkansas monk among oldest weather observers in the nation

The Benedictine Monks at the Subiaco Abbey have kept a nearly continuous string of weather records since 1897. Brother Anselm Allen took over in 1965. → Read More

Voter Town Hall highlights the Black Vote

U of A hosts Voter Town Hall on the past, present, and future of the Black Vote. → Read More

Florists prep weeks ahead of Valentine's Day

Florists at Ft. Smith's Expressions Flowers have spent weeks prepping for one of the busiest holidays of the year. → Read More

Washington County Quorum Court tackles jail overcrowding

The Washington County Quorum Court will debate and vote on two, non-binding resolutions which provide an immediate & short-term solution to jail overcrowding. → Read More

Impact Day: Showers expected along a cold front

Showers and isolated storms are possible Sunday afternoon. → Read More

Beaver Lake Polar Plunge raises money for Special Olympics

Plungers will brave the cold and the water at Beaver Lake to raise money for Special Olympics Arkansas. → Read More

Arkansans to place first legal bets on the Super Bowl

Super Bowl 54 marks the first time Arkansans can place legal wagers on the big game. → Read More

Early morning shooting leaves one man dead in Springdale

Springdale Police are investigating after an early morning shooting claims the life of a man. → Read More