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Bells are ringing; The Salvation Army of NWA kicks off red kettle campaign

It's that time of the year, the holidays are approaching and you will be hearing bells ringing on your next trip to the grocery store. The Salvation Army of Northwest Arkansas is kicking off its red kettle campaign. → Read More

“Art is my therapy”; Art by Veterans showcased at Art on the Bricks Art Walk

Local veterans are showing us their creative side through art, music and crafts. Some call it their form of therapy → Read More

Industries continue to face labor shortages; When will economy bounce back?

The pandemic continues to impact the economy. One of the major concerns surrounds a shortage of workers. The shortage is causing disruptions in production and supply chains across the region. → Read More

Deer on the move! Breeding season causing increased deer activity in the region

You may be seeing more deer in your neighborhoods, well, it’s not usual for this time of the year. → Read More

Children 5 to 11 years old can now get Pfizer’s Covid vaccine

The CDC officially signs off on the pediatric doses Tuesday evening paving the way for millions of kids 5 to 11 years old to get the COVID-19 shot. → Read More

State anticipating approval of Pfizer vaccine for kids ages 5 to 11

Kids between the ages of 5 and 11 are a step closer to getting the green light for the COVID-19 shot. → Read More

Tyson Foods vaccination requirement deadline, Nov 1; Over 96% staff vaccinated

Tyson Foods is one of the latest businesses to require staff to get vaccinated against COVID -19. A decision the company says will help protect its team members, their families and the community. → Read More

Safe and spooky Halloween for trick-or-treaters

Trick-or-treating and dressing up in costumes are a big part of Halloween traditions for families but there are some precautions to keep in mind on the trail. → Read More

Halloween is almost here! Need costume ideas?

Halloween is just a few days away which means if you don't have a costume yet, you better start looking! → Read More

Mental health disorders added to CDC’s COVID-19 underlying health conditions

The CDC now updating its lists of medical conditions for those who are more likely to get severely sick from COVID-19. This now includes certain mental health illnesses. → Read More

NWA Health leaders ramp up vaccination efforts ahead of holidays

Northwest Arkansas health leaders ramp up efforts to get the vaccine in people's arms ahead of the holiday season. → Read More

UAFS assisting former Vista College students, following abrupt school closure

A local trade school closed abruptly earlier this month leaving students to look elsewhere to continue their education. → Read More

ADH : Kids should receive COVID-19 shot as soon as they are eligible

Nearly 40% of kids between the ages of 12 to 18 are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The vaccine may soon be available for those younger than 12. → Read More

Local law enforcement agencies facing staffing shortage

Industries across the state are feeling the effects of the labor shortage amid the pandemic this also includes law enforcement. → Read More

Getting Crafty with it! ‘It’s Fall Y’all Craft Fair’ is back in NWA

It’s time to get crafty with it, as dozens of businesses are expected at the annual “It’s Fall Y’all Craft Fair”. → Read More

Cases of human trafficking on the rise amid pandemic; “It’s modern-day slavery”- A21

Cases of human trafficking have gone up during the pandemic across the country, including in the natural state. → Read More

SPECIAL ELECTION: Tontitown residents weigh in on sales tax, city improvement projects and new fire station

Tontitown holding a special election Tuesday, October 12, where voters will weigh in on extending an existing 1% sales tax. → Read More

Hispanic and Latino growth in NWA; a look at the impact and challenges communities face

The influence of the Hispanic and Latino cultures can be seen in communities across Northwest Arkansas. → Read More

Kids are lacing up their shoes and participating in the National Walk and Bike to School Day

You can expect to see more kids on foot or on wheels Wednesday morning because it's National Walk and Bike to the school day. → Read More

Anxiety, depression, PTSD on the rise amid health crisis

For months people have been going through a pandemic and for some, it's triggering mental health issues. Certified Cognitive and Behavioral Therapist, Kati Wells, MS, LPC says more people are experiencing mental health challenges like anxiety and depression. → Read More