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    White House Launches Task Force On Cancer

    The White House is working on an initiative to cure cancer, and they want to put a billion dollars toward the effort. President Barack Obama said a newly created “White House task force on cancer” will meet soon. The task force includes top economic advisers, cabinet secretaries and vice president Joe Biden. Biden, who lost his son, Beau, to cancer, will lead the panel. The group’s work will focus on both cancer detection and prevention, including high-risk, high-return research aiming […]

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    East Pointe Elementary – Greenwood, Mrs. Miller – Second Grade

      Segment Sponsored By: Breeden

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    Emergency Meeting On Zika Virus

    On Monday (Feb. 1) the World Health Organization was tasked with figuring out ways to fight the Zika Virus during an emergency meeting. The organization said that the virus is spreading explosively through the Americas. It has been linked to birth defects, primarily in South America. A big part of the meeting focused on whether a “public health” emergency should be declared, and decided the outbreak is an international emergency. The Zika Virus can only be spread through mosquitos; it can’t […]

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    East Pointe Elementary – Greenwood, Mrs. Williams And Mrs. Kesner – Kindergarten

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    Flavor of the Week: Fish City Grill

    On this flavor of the week, Melissa Hall traveled to the Promenade in Rogers, heading to Fish City Grill, where they are flying in some of the freshest seafood you’re going to find in Northwest Arkansas. She went with the special of the day, which was Atlantic Salmon that had a house-made cilantro lime butter on top. The restaurant changes their specials twice a day, once for lunch, once for dinner. However, if you come in and something you like isn’t on the menu, they will […]

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    Fort Smith Museum Of History Mardi Gras Celebration

    FORT SMITH (KFSM)–5NEWS Anchor Daren Bobb sat down with Leisa Gramlich with the Fort Smith Museum of History to talk about an upcoming Mardi Gras Celebration. The segment above aired on 5NEWS This Morning Saturday (Jan. 30).

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    ‘I Don’t Think I Would Be At School Right Now Without It’: Youth Lottery Scholarship Makes A Difference

    Education in Arkansas continues to be strengthened by one unique scholarship program. Over the years, the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery has helped hundreds of thousands of men and women achieve their higher education goals. Teyah Green is one of the scholarships’ recipients. Green is a senior and early childhood education major at the University of the Ozarks. She discovered her passion for teaching in 2012 when she went on a mission trip to Nicaragua. On that trip, Teyah was responsible for […]

  • Flavonoids

    Flavonoids Help Maintain Weight

    Drinking wine and eating chocolate to keep the weight off might seem contradictory, but there’s a key ingredient in both that could help you do just that. A new study shows that eating foods rich in flavonoids may help you combat weight gain. Flavonoids are natural compounds that appear in many types of produce, including strawberries, grapes and onions, according to a study published in the BMJ Journal. The study looked at more than 124,000 middle-aged and older people and […]

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    Adventure Arkansas: White Rock Creek Cascades

    With such a dry winter, the weather has been perfect for searching the Ozark National Forest for a waterfall. This week, Sean Bailey was joined by 5NEWS photographer Brett Roberts and their dogs, Robert’s blue heeler, Aero, and Bailey’s puppy, Skye. They started at the 82-acre Shores Lake, and then took off down the White Rock Shores Lake trail loop. They soon hit a fork in the road, where they turned west to follow along Hurricane Creek. “You can see the water […]

  • Pregnant

    New Guidelines: Women Need Depression Screenings During And After Pregnancy

    New guidelines suggest that women should be screened for depression during pregnancy and after giving birth. The move came after researchers found new evidence that shows maternal mental illness is much more common than previously thought. Additionally, they found evidence suggesting that postpartum depression begins during pregnancy. The guidelines from the U.S. Preventive Services task force also suggest that adults should also visit their primary care provider to be screened for depression at some point. Sponsored by: Mercy Health System […]

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    Mentally Ill Inmate’s Death In Hot Shower At Florida Prison Ruled Accidental

    MIAMI (CBSMiami) — The death of a mentally ill inmate thrown into a hot shower at Dade Correctional Institution has been ruled accidental, sources told our news partners at the Miami Herald. The Miami-Dade Medical Examiner’s autopsy report, completed this week, concludes Darren Rainey died of schizophrenia, heart disease and “confinement” back in 2012, sources told the paper. The report states the 50-year old did not suffer any burns on his body. It also says investigators also could not conclude the […]

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