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    Tyson Stocks Take A Tumble After Receiving Subpoena From Federal Authorities

    SPRINGDALE (KFSM) — Hours after announcing a record performance, news that the company received a subpoena brought the stocks down by more than three percent on Monday (Feb. 6). The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission sent Tyson a subpoena on Jan. 20, 2017 in connection to an investigation into the company, according to a Tyson report. The company said in the report that the investigation is likely based upon the broiler chicken antitrust litigation that alleges the company conspired with rival companies […]

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    “Dripping,” A Dangerous Trend With E-Cigs

    HEALTHWATCH – A dangerous new trend has emerged when it comes to youth using e-cigarettes. It’s called dripping.

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    E-Cigs Can Be Gateway To Future Tobacco Use

    HEALTHWATCH – More studies are coming out and showing the dangers of e-cigarettes when used by adolescents.

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    Mary Mae Jones Elementary, Bentonville – Mrs. Samantha Vanderpool – 4th Grade

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    Police Investigate After Shots Fired In Fayetteville

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — Fayetteville Police are investigating after shots were fired in Fayetteville at 3:51 a.m. on Tuesday (Feb. 7). Shortly afterward, they were dispatched to what they called an ‘active crime scene,” where they found the the back windshield of a truck had been shot. There were no reported injuries. Police are looking for a suspect. Dispatchers said the call came from West End Studio Apartments on West End Avenue, near the intersection of Valley Drive and Wedington Drive. This is a […]

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    Hartford Elementary, Hartford – Ms. VanVekoven – Kindergarten

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    Heart Health Knowledge

    HEALTHWATCH – A new study shows that when it comes to heart disease, women are less likely to report symptoms than men.

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    Washington County Man Pleads Guilty To Murder In Scottish Inn Stabbing

    WASHINGTON COUNTY (KFSM) — A Washington County man pleaded guilty to first degree murder in connection to a stabbing death at the Scottish Inn in January 2016. Hector Trejo, 18, pleaded guilty to first degree murder in the death of Eliazar Torres, 21, according to the Washington County prosecuting attorney Shane Kerr. Kerr said Trejo will serve a sentence of 40 years, with 12 years and 8 months suspended. Trejo will have to serve at least 70 percent of his sentence […]

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    Tyson Foods Announces Record Performance

    SPRINGDALE (KFSM) — Tyson Foods says its off to the best start in company history.  The Springdale-based food company announced record performance early Monday (Feb. 6) morning. “The year is off to the best start in company history with record earnings, record operating income and record cash flows, ” Tyson president and chief executive officer Tom Hayes said in a press release. Tyson says its beef and pork segments are performing exceptionally well, leading the company to bump its annual earnings […]

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    Jerry Pop Williams Elementary, Farmington – Mrs. Rachel Hurd – Kindergarten

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    One Killed After Motorcycle And SUV Collide In Springdale

    SPRINGDALE (KFSM) — A person has died after a motorcycle and car collision in Springdale on Friday night (Feb. 3), according to the Springdale Police Department. The accident took place at the intersection of Thompson and Black Oak at 6:30 p.m. The driver of the motorcycle was taken to Washington Regional Medical Center and was later pronounced dead. Police said alcohol is not believed to be a factor in the accident. The identity of the victim has not been released. The investigation continues. […]

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    Fayetteville’s Banner Supporting ‘Black Lives Matter’ Goes Viral

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) – A banner honoring Black History Month in Fayetteville is going viral after a photo of it was posted on Twitter. The banner, put up in honor of the city’s Black History Month celebrations, also reads “BLACK LIVES MATTER” and “#FAYETTEVILLECARES”. “It’s important because it confirms Fayetteville’s commitment to diversity and particularly since it’s Black History Month,” Compassion Fayetteville member D’Andre Jones said. The banner was approved by the city’s A&P commission. It is the second banner put up by […]