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  • Hogs SEC Tournament Opener Pushed Back To Thursday Morning

    Razorbacks will play the winner of Mississippi State vs Georgia at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday

  • Arrest Made In A Residential & Two Commercial Burglaries

    ROGERS (KFSM) — A Rogers resident was arrested in connection with a residential burglary, according to the Rogers Police Department (RPD). During the investigation police were able to determine that the man committed a couple of commercial burglaries. Jonathan Marshall, 20, was arrested Friday (May 19) late afternoon for multiple felonies, including aggravated residential burglary, commercial burglary, battery, theft of property and terror threats. On Friday (May 19), around 3 a.m., Rogers police responded to a residential burglary call at […]

  • Local Quiz Bowl Team Heads To Washington

    FORT SMITH (KFSM)– A local junior high quiz bowl team is headed to Washington, D.C. 5News this Morning Anchor Charlie Hannema sits down to learn more about the national competition. To donate to the Quiz Bowl team visit their Go Fund Me page.  

  • The City Of Paris Embraces A French Tradition

    PARIS (KFSM) –The Paris Chamber of Commerce is following an old French tradition. 5News Anchor Charlie Hannema sits down to learn more about love locks. To learn more about the Chamber of Commerce in Paris visit their website.

  • Local Fishing Tournament Dedicated To Veterans

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM)– Registration spots are open for the Fishing With The Military Buddy Bass Tournament dedicated to members of the military. Proceeds will benefit Project Red Friday. 5NEWS Anchor Bryan Shawver explains how you can get involved in the good cause. Information on the event and to signup can be found here.

  • Crisis Intervention Center Teams Up With Local Theater

    FORT SMITH (KFSM)– One in three women in the world will, at some point in their lives, be the victim of a sexual assault.  Most have no where to go.  That’s where the Crisis Intervention Center in Fort Smith comes in.  5News this Morning Anchor Charlie Hannema sits down to learn more about an upcoming theater event that is raising money for the center. To learn more about the Crisis Intervention Center or the Fort Smith Little Theatre check out […]

  • Thousands Without Power In Bentonville

    BENTONVILLE (KFSM) – Several households in Bentonville experienced power outages Friday (May 19) night, according to the outage map on the City of Bentonville website. 1,826 of the outages took place on Main Street, according to the site. 1,420 outages took place on Memorial Park. Severe storms moved through the area Thursday evening and Friday evening.

  • Florida Woman Awarded $100K After Being Burned By Starbucks Coffee

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Venti Pike Place coffee cost her about $2.50. It ended up costing Starbucks about 40,000 times that. In the latest hot-coffee lawsuit, a Florida woman was awarded $100,492 Thursday (May 18) after a 2014 incident at a Starbucks drive-thru in Jacksonville left her physically scarred, reports the New York Post. According to defense lawyers, Joanne Mogavero, a 43-year-old mother of three, had received a cup of coffee from a barista and was attempting to hand it to […]

  • Arkansas Falls In Softball Regional Opener

    Tulsa walks off a winner with solo home run in the bottom of the seventh

  • Tulsa Officer Returning To Work After Being Found Not Guilty Of Manslaughter

    TULSA (KFSM) — A Tulsa officer who was found not guilty of manslaughter on Wednesday (May 17) in the fatal shooting an unarmed black man last year will be returning to work. Tulsa Police Chief Chuck Jordan said Officer Betty Shelby will be resuming her duties on Friday (May 19), after her acquittal in the manslaughter trial, News on 6 reported. However, Jordan said she will not be assigned in a patrol capacity. Shelby, who is white, was charged last September with felony manslaughter […]

  • UAFS Falls In NCAA Regional Opener

    Angelo State's five run first inning too much to overcome for Lions

  • Southside High School Graduation Moved To UAFS Stubblefield Center

    FORT SMITH (KFSM) — The Southside High School graduation on Thursday night (May 18) has been moved to the Stubblefield Center on the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith campus, director of communications Zena Featherston said. The graduation was supposed to be held at the Southside High School football stadium. The graduation will still begin at 7:30 p.m. Featherston said that with the move inside, friends and relatives of graduates will not be able to bring balloons inside the arena.