Ninette Sosa, KNWA News

Ninette Sosa


Fayetteville, AR, United States

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Past articles by Ninette:

PHOTOS: Stormy weather in Northwest Arkansas

Dark clouds and wind rolled in Friday afternoon, August 13, in Northwest Arkansas. → Read More

A CLOSER LOOK: hospital ICU beds at a premium due to Delta variant

Every year the American Hospital Association (AHA) surveys U.S. hospitals — it includes bed occupancy and now COVID-19 bed occupancy projection, due to the pandemic. Governor Asa Hutchinson (R) has been working with the agency to make sure beds are available during this COVID-19 surge. → Read More

Popular Fayetteville photographer pleads guilty to 13 counts video voyeurism

Dillon Dooms, 36, was sentenced to 10 years at the Arkansas Department of Corrections, with five years to be served as a suspended sentence. Dooms will be required to register as a sex offender as a result of his plea, according to Prosecuting Attorney Brian Lamb. → Read More

Economic hardship declined in households with children as child tax credit payment arrived

A drop in the number of households with children that reported food insufficiency and trouble paying household expenses may be linked to the child tax credit checks issued last month, according to new Household Pulse Survey results. → Read More

Prosecutors in Josh Duggar’s child porn case say his attorneys are on a ‘fishing expedition’ for additional info

Federal prosecutors filed a motion in response to Joshua Duggar's attorney's request for additional information in the child porn case, they are asking for the judge to deny that motion. → Read More

5-year-old girl airlifted to ACNW; child’s mother is Skylar Houston’s girlfriend

On July 21, a badly bruised five-year-old girl was life-flighted to Arkansas Children's Northwest Hospital from Huntsville; her mom was arrested for first-degree child endangerment, according to court information. → Read More

Husband involved in Oklahoma castration case pleads guilty; ‘I want to go home to my family,’ man tells Judge

One of two men involved in the castration of a 28-year-old Virginia man pleaded guilty Monday, August 5, 2021, at LeFlore County District Court in Oklahoma. → Read More

A CLOSER LOOK: termination versus vaccination; a choice some employees face

Some companies are requiring employee vaccinations against COVID-19 or they could face termination. → Read More

AR: 1,300+ filed for unemployment — week ending 7/31

The U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) reports 1,384 Arkansans filed for initial claims for the week ending July 31, 2021. → Read More

Governor Hutchinson gets praise from White House for community COVID-19 forums

Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson (R) seems to be taking the right steps when it comes to explaining the importance of the COVID-19 vaccine, at least according to the White House. → Read More

A CLOSER LOOK: some outdoor venues canceled due to COVID-19 Delta variant

The Natural State is changing course when it comes to outdoor venues because of COVID-19 concerns among fully vaccinated and unvaccinated. → Read More

Man in Fayetteville police standoff held on $2 million bond

The man involved in a nearly seven-hour standoff with Fayetteville police on Friday, July 23, is being held on $2 million bond at the Washington County Detention Center. → Read More

A CLOSER LOOK: COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy, myths & FDA approval

The current COVID-19 vaccines used in the United States are authorized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) under an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA), but not directly by the FDA — this is one reason some Arkansans aren’t getting the shot. → Read More

Pair charged in Pea Ridge Officer’s murder

The two people accused of killing Pea Ridge police officer Kevin Apple have been formally charged in Benton County. → Read More

How the Census is completed when demographic and housing characteristics are missing

Although we strive to obtain all demographic and housing data from every individual in the census, missing data are part of every census process. Fortunately, we have long-established procedures we’ve used in previous censuses and surveys to fill in these missing pieces. → Read More

Former UA twirler scores perfect 10s at National Baton Twirling Championships

Former University of Arkansas feature twirler Savannah Miller scored perfect 10s at the U.S. National Baton Twirling Championships. → Read More

Rogers firefighter accused of drive-by shooting; girlfriend and child inside home

A Rogers firefighter was a passenger in a truck, rode past his house, and fired a shot into his home, where his girlfriend and a child were staying, according to a Rogers police report. → Read More

REACTION: Gov. Hutchinson Community COVID Conversation; here’s what constituents said

At the fourth Community COVID Conversation this week, held Friday, July 30, in Siloam Springs, Governor Asa Hutchinson talked about the importance for people to get vaccinated against COVID-19. → Read More

Walmart: masks required for associates, including those fully vaccinated

Walmart is following the recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) that was made earlier this week. The reason for the "masking" is due to "the concerning levels of transmission of the Delta variant of the coronavirus." → Read More

Mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations backed by AHCA for healthcare personnel

The American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) endorsed mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for healthcare workers on Thursday, July 29, 2021. → Read More