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AR food inspectors checking for COVID-19 violations at restaurants

Beginning May 11, restaurants in Arkansas will be allowed to offer dine in service, but health inspectors will be out to make sure eateries are complying with COVID-19 restrictions. → Read More

Economic crisis strains two small businesses owned by Fort Smith couple

The economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic is hitting one Fort Smith couple two times over, and they say getting the help they need has not been easy. → Read More

Arkansas native writes episode of CW's 'The Flash', earns spot in writers room

CW’s "The Flash" is back Tuesday, May 5, and this week’s episode was written by an Arkansas native. → Read More

Fayetteville 'food activist' feeds hungry families during pandemic

A Fayetteville business owner is preparing and delivering free meals to families during the pandemic. → Read More

Fayetteville couple honors late daughter by supporting families during pandemic

Airic and Synetra Hughes may not be able to fight on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis, but the Fayetteville couple is helping where they can, in memory of their daughter who died one year ago. → Read More

Local business owners create virtual P.E. and art class during pandemic

The owners of a local non-profit and art studio have partnered together to help students reach their weekly P.E. and art goals, while socially distancing. → Read More

Arkansas lawmakers tackle budget amid coronavirus crisis

The House plans to meet in a 5,600-seat arena it used for a marathon special session last month. → Read More

How to make a CDC recommended cloth face covering

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) now recommends the use of face coverings in public to help slow the spread of COVID-19, and help people who may have the virus and do not know it from transmitting it to others. → Read More

University of Arkansas students, faculty join fight against COVID-19

University of Arkansas nursing students and faculty are among the local healthcare workers on the front lines during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Samaritan Community Center opens drive-up food services amid coronavirus concerns

A local non-profit is offering a new service to get food to families who need it while limiting their exposure to others, while coronavirus concerns continue to grow. → Read More

Public meeting in Springdale will detail Governor's tax proposal

On Tuesday, March 10, the Arkansas Highway Commission will be in Springdale telling voters about a tax proposal set to be on the ballot in November. → Read More

Garfield City Council holds town hall ahead of vote on proposed tax increase

Mayor Gary Blackburn told 40/29 News if approved, money generated from the tax increase would be used to upgrade the city’s water system. → Read More

NWA Land Trust places 700 acres of land under conservation easement in Washington County

A local non-profit working to protect wildlife habitats and the natural landscape in our area. → Read More

Authorities investigate Friday night fire in Fort Smith

Fort Smith police spokesperson Aric Mitchell said crews responded to the fire just before 9:30 on February 14. → Read More

Voters in Fayetteville will decide on millage restructuring

As the district continues to grow, Fayetteville Public Schools is asking voters to invest in its future by funding improvements to its facilities. → Read More

Arkansas lab will soon be able to test for Wuhan coronavirus

As concerns over the coronavirus outbreak continue to rise, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is giving states a new tool to detect it. → Read More

Father Daughter Ball hosted in Bentonville

Young girls got to feel like a princess at the Bentonville Father Daughter Ball on Saturday. → Read More

Bentonville seeks public feedback on future park

The City of Bentonville is asking for your help deciding what to do with the park design for the upcoming 8th Street Gateway Park. → Read More

Fayetteville Film Festival organizers prep for 2020 showcase

Organizers of the Fayetteville Film Festival are preparing for another exciting year. → Read More

NWA Fashion week hosts model auditions for spring show

On Sunday, interested models can audition to walk in the NWA Fashion Week spring show. → Read More