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    Man Dies After Suffering Heart Attack, Crashing Into Home

    VAN BUREN (KFSM) — A man who crashed into a home while suffering a heart attack Tuesday night (Dec. 6) has died, according to the Van Buren Police Department. Michael Thomas, 67, died at Sparks Hospital in Van Buren shortly after the incident, said Detective Jonathan Wear with Van Buren Police Department. The accident happened at a home on North 35th Street near Kibler Road around 9:30 p.m., dispatchers said. No one inside the home was hurt. The homeowners told 5NEWS that […]

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    Holcomb Elementary, Fayetteville – Mrs. Mary Briggs – 3rd Grade

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    Gravette Football Player Dies After Battling Leukemia

    GRAVETTE (KFSM) — A Gravette High School student died on Tuesday afternoon (Dec. 6) after battling leukemia. Lane Killion had been battling leukemia throughout the year, according to a Facebook post by Gravette Public Schools. Killion was a sophomore on the football team.  

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    Don`t Go To Bed Angry & A Glass of Wine Or Cup Of Beer A Day Could Cause Heart Issues

    Drinking just one glass of wine or bottle of beer a day could trigger a dangerous ‘heart flutter,’ and the old adage to ‘never go to bed angry’ is getting support from a new study.

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    Sleep Aids and Dementia + Nearly 2 Million Pounds of Chicken Recalled

    You may want to think twice the next time you reach for your over-the-counter sleep aid, and a massive recall of ready-to-eat chicken products have expanded a recall of nearly 2 million pounds of chicken nationwide.

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    East Hills Middle School, Greenwood – Mrs. Hunt, 6th Grade

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    Rogers PD Search For Two People Suspected Of Stealing Motorcycle

    ROGERS (KFSM) — The Rogers Police Department is searching for two people suspected of stealing a motorcycle, according to the police department. The two are suspected of stealing a motorcycle from a residence in the 1100 block of N 9th Street in Rogers on Saturday (Dec. 3). If you know the identity of the two suspects, contact the Rogers Police Department at (479) 636-4141. This case is documented under CR 2016-9122.

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    Nasty Weather Delays Old Wire Road Construction Closure

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — The Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department (AHTD) will be widening and realigning Old Wire Road at Mission Boulevard (Highway 45) as part of the Old Wire Road Improvement Project. However, the construction will come at a later time, after wintry weather on Monday pushed back the scheduled improvements. A segment of Old Wire Road between E. Calvin Street and Mission Boulevard was supposed to be closed starting Monday (Dec. 5) through Dec. 19. The road will be closed […]

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    Springdale’s Children’s Christmas Train Benefits Children’s Safety Center

    SPRINGDALE (KFSM) — Washington County residents enjoyed an annual Christmas train event Saturday (Dec. 3) in Springdale. The family-fun event doubled as a fundraiser for the Children’s Safety Center of Washington County. Children enjoyed a train ride to Johnson with caroling and a visit from Santa Clause. After the train ride the youngsters then enjoyed reindeer rides, arts and crafts.

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    Man Arrested In Connection To Shooting At Fayetteville Apartment Complex

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — A local man was arrested in connection to a shooting last week at Frazier Terrace in Fayetteville. Fayetteville Police Chief Greg Tabor said Rokar Djante Williams, 19, was arrested on four counts of aggravated assault. Last Sunday afternoon (Nov. 27), police responded to 2124 E. Frazier Terrace in reference to a shooting. When officers arrived they found bullet holes at that location and an adjoining residence. During the investigation officers said they discovered that the suspect, Williams, […]

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    Greenland Elementary, Greenland- Mrs. Sandra Kilpatrick – 1st Grade

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    Firefighters Battle 10-Alarm Blaze In Massachusetts

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass.(CBS News) — Firefighters battled a massive fire on Saturday in Cambridge, Massachusetts, CBS Boston reported. The fire was initially reported as a 9-alarm blaze, but a 10th alarm went out on Saturday afternoon, the Cambridge Police tweeted. Police said seven to eight buildings were involved in the fire. The fire was reported just before 3 p.m. and reached nine alarms about 30 minutes later. It is not clear exactly where the fire began, but smoke could be seen throughout […]