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Lauren Krakau

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Fayetteville, AR, United States

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Past articles by Lauren:

Summer travel? Make sure you check your destination’s COVID-19 rules

People are making up for lost travel time during the pandemic, but it's not as simple as just hopping back on a plane. → Read More

900+ cases of different COVID-19 variants reported in Arkansas

After weeks of low COVID-19 numbers, variants, hospitalizations, and cases are on the rise. → Read More

Bus with migrant workers collides with van in India; 17 dead

LUCKNOW, India (AP) — A bus carrying migrant workers after the lifting of coronavirus restrictions hit a delivery van on a highway in northern India, killing at least 17 people and injuring 18, police said Wednesday. The bus overturned after colliding with the van coming from the opposite direction on Tuesday night near Kanpur, a […] → Read More

School districts react to fully vaccinated students no longer needing quarantine

KNWA/FOX24 spoke to school districts in both Benton and Washington Counties who say this will help ensure students and staff will be in the classroom more next year. → Read More

State legislators push back UA Chancellor’s Fulbright recommendations

The future of the statute of Senator J. William Fulbright at the University of Arkansas campus could be determined by a recent law that went into effect in Arkansas. → Read More

Baseball Regionals bring business to local hotels

It's been a big week for baseball fans and it's been just as big for business in Northwest Arkansas. → Read More

Teens opt to get vaccinated in hopes COVID-19 doesn’t affect sports next year

Teenagers are choosing to get vaccinated in hopes the virus doesn’t affect their sports season next year. → Read More

Neighbors react to Lavaca man being accused of $88 million coronavirus scheme

A local man is accused of defrauding the federal government of making over $42 million in false and fraudulent claims during the COVID-19 health emergency and his neighbors are reacting. → Read More

Rogers restaurants decide on mask requirement

Masks will no longer be required in the City of Rogers starting Thursday, May 27. → Read More

Lost your COVID-19 vaccination card? ADH says not to worry

If you’re not sure what to do if you lost your COVID-19 vaccination card, the Arkansas Department of Health says not to worry. → Read More

Long-term care facilities see staff shortages

There are growing concerns about workforce shortages, and long-term care facilities aren't exempt. → Read More

Lincoln grants the ultimate gift to graduate with autism

It was a 'sweet treat' watching AJ Valdez walk across the Lincoln stage to graduate on Thursday, May 20. → Read More

CDC updated mask guidance leaves high-risk families relying on you for protection

The CDC’s announcement that vaccinated people are safe to ditch their masks is leaving high-risk families in Northwest Arkansas to rely on you for protection. → Read More

UAMS launches sexual assault program, helping rural hospitals & clinics

New equipment helping connect emergency rooms to trained sexual assault nurse examiners is being implemented across the state. → Read More

Lawsuit filed against ‘Fixer to Fabulous’ hosts

A lawsuit has been filed against Dave and Jenny Marrs, the couple who hosts HGTV's Fixer to Fabulous show. → Read More

Washington Regional frontline worker’s teen son gets vaccinated

It was an emotional day as a Washington Regional frontline worker watched his son get the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Local pharmacies gear up for vaccine approval to ages 12-15

As the wait continues for the vaccine to be opened to ages 12-15, local pharmacies are already gearing up for the FDA's approval. → Read More

NWA employers struggle to find workers

America’s employers added just 266,000 jobs last month, sharply lower than in March and a sign that some businesses may be struggling to find enough workers. → Read More

NWA families hope to get assistance after recent flooding damages

Northwest Arkansas families are hoping to get assistance after the recent severe storms that swept through the area in late April. → Read More

AR educators try to get kids caught up in school

Arkansas educators are focusing on getting kids caught up on their academics as the pandemic has put some students way behind. → Read More