LINCOLN, AR -- An argument about kids playing baseball led to one Lincoln man's arrest. According to a police report, officers responded to a home on Jackson Highway for a domestic disturbance. When investigators arrived, they say they found a broken door frame and an intoxicated Tony Lee. Others in the house at the time told police Lee and his
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- A man was arrested after witnesses reported he fired a gun several times outside a bar. According to a police report, officers responded early Sunday morning to a shots fired call near N. West Avenue. Witnesses described the suspect as a white man, wearing a green jacket, with a Razorback tattoo on his hand. Investigators tracked down
ROGERS, AR -- Plenty of kids created Easter memories at the War Eagle Mill. The Easter bunny made an appearance and, of course, the hunt for eggs was on for the 38th year in a row at the mill. Photojournalist Erin Gilleece spent her Sunday capturing the Easter celebration. Watch the VIDEO to check it out!
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- The completion date for the Fayetteville flyover is quickly approaching, but after 18 months of construction it seems like progress is slowing down. Contractors were ahead of schedule on the flyover before winter weather rolled in. But now, workers are still waiting on the right temperatures to get going. Fayetteville engineer, Chris Brown said, "Right now it looks
AROUND ARKANSAS -- Folks from around the Natural State and around the country are remembering the victims of the Oklahoma City bombing. The blast killed 168 people at a federal building 19 years ago. Oklahoma Governor, Mary Fallin, spoke at an event to remember those who died on April 19, 1995. Family and friends in attendance read the names of
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- We had the Farmers' Market on the Fayetteville Square and bed races down Dickson Street, but an annual Easter feed was also happening right up the street. The 21st Annual Trent Trumbo Memorial Easter Feed brought hundreds to Central United Methodist Church on Dickson Street. A home cooked meal of turkey, ham, green beans, dressing, rolls, everything
HIGHFILL, AR -- A veteran finally touched down in Northwest Arkansas after six years of service. Specialist Anthony Mason was welcomed home by family, friends and a salute from the Patriot Guard. Mason was injured during a deployment in Afghanistan. He was stationed with his family in Germany, Hawaii and returned home to Arkansas Saturday afternoon. He recently medically retired
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- Springfest is officially kicking off the new season for the 31st time! Saturday was packed full of family-friendly festivities, starting with a pancake breakfast at Jose's and a 5K run to a dog parade and of course, the Fayetteville-famous bed races on Dickson Street. "We want to celebrate spring, get people out on Dickson Street. It kind
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- It could not have been a more beautiful day to slip on some sneakers and enjoy the sunshine all while moving it for MS. Saturday marked the 15th Annual Walk for Multiple Sclerosis , a disease that affects the central nervous system. Supporters showed up to walk for everybody who has MS including friends, co-workers and loved
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS-- Both men in the race for the republican nomination for Arkansas Governor, took to the stage Saturday morning in Little Rock. Curtis Coleman and Asa Hutchinson debated hot topics like job plans and healthcare, but that wasn't the only thing heating up. One of the sharpest exchanges between the candidates came over a 2008 letter Hutchinson wrote to the
The top stories of the day from Friday, April 18th. Good Friday at the Vatican. Another data breach at a nationwide retailer. The captain of the ferry that sank now in custody. Celebrated latin american writer and nobel prize winner Gabriel Garcia Marquez has died. Officials say 12 sherpa guides were killed and three others were seriously injured friday after
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- On Good Friday, members of the Central Arkansas community from different faiths and backgrounds gathered at Heifer International to pray for peace. The event was called Pilgrimage for Peace. "We kind of got the idea from the Episcopal Peace Fellowship and we read about other places where this was taking place and we decided we want
BENTON COUNTY, AR -- A state gun law is causing confusion for folks in Northwest Arkansas. The question is whether you can legally open carry or if weapons have to be concealed. Some believe that decision should be made by individual cities, but one county is asking state lawmakers to step in and clear up the controversy. "I'm getting phone
ROGERS, AR -- Glow sticks, fluorescent-colored clothes and glow in the dark t-shirts all for Child Abuse Prevention Month. The Children's Advocacy Center of Benton County held its 14th Annual Glow Run on Friday afternoon. There was a 400 yard dash, 5K run and 1 mile walk, which all kicked off at the Frisco Stage in downtown Rogers. Live music
SPRINGDALE, AR-- Part of a pricey project at the Springdale Municipal Airport is now on the fast track thanks to a state grant. The renovation project has been in the works for years, but now Arkansas' Department of Aeronautics is helping out with a $150,000 grant. According to the city of Springdale, its airport is the third busiest in the
FOX 24 -- Thanks to Daily Dish this helpful infographic, now you can find out your seasonal moniker. According to the website, Tracy Iseminger and her daughter created the chart. Click here for more from Daily Dish .
FAYETTEVILLE -- To celebrate the new DisneyNature film "Bears," the Malco Razorback Cinema in Fayetteville is hosting a special event today! It's teaming up with Fayettechill Ozark Mountain Outfitters for a family fun day. There will be games, raffles and the Chillstream trailer will be there. Proceeds will benefit Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge in Eureka Springs.
STUTTGART, AR- A social media event is making a splash across the Natural State. Wherever there's water, people are "Jumping For Jesus", recording it and challenging others to take a plunge. No one seems to know where it came from, but people in Stuttgart are taking the challenge. One woman thinks it came from Heber Springs, where her friend challenged
Here are your Top Trenders for Friday, April 18th! NUMBER 5 - CHELSEA CLINTON IS EXPECTING Chelsea Clinton is going to be a mom! She broke the news of her pregnancy Thursday at a women's event in New York, while sharing the stage with her mother. She said, "I just hope I will be as good a mom to my
LITTLE ROCK -- A junior at Little Rock Central High School scored a perfect 36 on the ACT exam. Chandler Smith says he's excited about his score, and felt pretty good about the test. Smith admits some parts of the ACT come easy, but other parts are challenging. Just last year, he got a 35 on the exam, but studied a