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Past articles by Katie:

BVPOA reveals plans to extinguish and clean out stump dump by next month

Efforts are officially underway to put out the Trafalgar Road Fire that's been burning in Bella Vista for almost a year. → Read More

What are the laws of driving with medical marijuana? This could change local law enforcement.

Medical marijuana is just weeks away from cultivating in Northwest Arkansas and this could change the way local law enforcement handles traffic stops. → Read More

Arkansas advocates celebrates children protection bills passed in legislative session

Children's advocacy centers in Arkansas are celebrating the work done by lawmakers in the 92nd General Assembly. → Read More

Strawberry farms tackle problems caused by recent rainfall

Recent rainfall and warm temperatures are causing a headache for some local strawberry farmers. → Read More

Walmart's hunger relief campaign will help feed thousands in NWA

Over 63,000 people in Northwest Arkansas struggle with hunger and a national initiative is helping to combat it. → Read More

"We can't even get a handle on it," Arkansas ranked of the worst states for bullying yet again.

Arkansas ranks as one of the worst states for bullying in 2019, and this isn't the first time. → Read More

Questions Raised if Centerton's City Attorney has Actually Resigned

According to Centerton Mayor Bill Edwards, City Attorney Brian Rabal verbally confirmed he would resign after a special city council meeting took place last week. However, Rabal has yet to confirm that's the case. → Read More

Bella Vista POA to Save Millions Extinguishing Stump Dump

Those in Bella Vista may soon see an end to the Trafalgar Road Fire. → Read More

New Online Database Will Help Tackle Food Insecurities in NWA

A new online tool could help decrease the number of hungry families in Northwest Arkansas. → Read More

Immigration Advocates Fight Anti-Sanctuary Law on Cinco de Mayo Weekend

People around the country are celebrating Cinco de Mayo but in Arkansas, part of the Latino community is taking this time to fight back on anti-immigration policies. → Read More

Fayetteville PD Looking to Make the Force More Female

The Fayetteville Police Department is looking to make the force more female. Saturday, the department hosted its first ever female recruiting event. → Read More

Fayetteville crews keep trails clear during severe weather

With continued rain in the area, flooding isn't the only thing crews in Fayetteville are on the lookout for. → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: Centerton Residents Plan to Oust the Mayor

In an exclusive interview you'll only see on KNWA, people in Centerton are trying to oust the mayor. One resident says people are fed up with the lies coming from city hall and will fight to regain the integrity of the city of Centerton. → Read More

Locals Help Bail Out Homeless Woman Amid Arkansas Poor People's Campaign

Northwest Arkansans are joining people around the country Sunday to make the national call to overcome what they call, "the evils of poverty." → Read More

NWA Faith Groups Promote Peace After Deadly Attack on California Synagogue

Northwest Arkansans from all different faiths walked alongside each other Sunday morning to promote peace, especially after recent attacks in California. → Read More

Mom Helps Law Enforcement "Take Back Drugs" after Son Dies from Overdose

Seventy-thousand Americans die from drug overdoses every year. Saturday, April 27, thousands of police departments around the country worked to prevent more deaths by collecting unused or expired prescription drugs. → Read More

Locals Continue the Fight Against Breast Cancer in Inaugural "More Than Pink Walk"

Hundreds of Northwest Arkansas locals took a step in the direction of hope Saturday morning to educate people about breast health. → Read More

New Businesses Help Revitalize Downtown Rogers

Businesses in Downtown Rogers are booming, creating a new culture and atmosphere for the area. One thing you won't see change is the buildings themselves. → Read More

Volunteers Help Over 15 Non-Profits "Live United"

Over 15 Northwest Arkansas non-profits saved thousands of necessary dollars Friday thanks to Live United Day. → Read More

Governor Hutchinson Comments on Close of "Historic" Legislative Session

The 92nd Arkansas General Assembly officially wrapped up Wednesday and many historical steps were taken. → Read More