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    Alma – Ambassadors

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    UPDATE: Armed Shooting Suspect Spotted In Fort Smith

    FORT SMITH (KFSM) — Police believe they had a confirmed sighting of a shooting suspect on the 200 block of May Avenue around 1 p.m. on Thursday (April 14). Tony Martin is believed to have left on foot from that area, wearing blue jeans, a dark shirt and possibly a black jacket. Sgt. Daniel Grubbs with Fort Smith Police said that Martin is still armed. Amy Vernon, Martin’s sister, said she spent most of Thursday with investigators and urges her […]

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    New Headset Could Help Diagnose Concussions

    More than a million athletes in the United States experience a concussion each year. Researchers in southern California are looking at a new way to diagnose concussions in athletes, which would be both quicker and easier. High school junior Kordell Ross is part of a new study testing a faster way to detect concussions. It involved a new headset called a transcrainial Doppler device. Ross said he blacked out after making a tackle in football practice last year. “They had me […]

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    Harp Elementary School, Springdale – Ms. Bulla 2nd Grade

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    Fort Smith Police: Attempted Kidnapping Report Potentially Just Pushy Salesman

    FORT SMITH (KFSM) — A woman reported that a man tried to kidnap her daughter outside a Fort Smith gas station on Monday (April 11), but Fort Smith Police said the incident may have just been a pushy salesman. Anna Roberts, of Fort Smith, told police her 10-year-old girl was sitting inside a vehicle while she ran into the Valero station on Kelley Highway, when a man approached the car and tried to get her daughter to open the door, according to […]

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    Kraus Middle School, Clarksville – The Allstar Team

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    Zika Linked To Additional Brain Disorders

    A new study suggested that the Zika virus may be more dangerous than scientists originally thought. The study linked Zika to an auto-immune condition in adults with similar symptoms as mulitple sclerosis. Researchers said patients reported neurological problems including trouble with motor skills, vision and memory. Zika has already been linked to the fetal brain disorder microcephaly. “Everything we look at with this virus seems to be a bit scarier than we initially thought,” said Dr. Ann Schuchart, principle deputy […]

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    AHA Heart Walk And 5K Returns To NWA This Weekend

    Lace up your shoes and get ready to move. The American Heart Association’s Heart Walk is returning to Northwest Arkansas this weekend. Stephanie Daniels, senior heart walk director, and Brandi Morgan, a volunteer, joined Daren Bobb to discuss the American Heart Association fundraiser. There will be both a walk and a 5K run during the event on Saturday (April 16) at Arvest Ballpark. It will start at 8 a.m. The majority of funds raised during the heart walk will go toward […]

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    Blondes Vs. Brunettes Flag Football Fundraiser Returns To Fort Smith

    It’s not your ordinary football game — it’s a competition for a good cause. The Blondes and Brunettes Flag Football game will be returning to Fort Smith for the second year, raising money for Alzheimer’s. Shirley Skulman and Angela Person, co-chairs of the event, joined Daren Bobb to discuss the football game, which will be Saturday (April 16) at 3 p.m. in Hunt’s Park in Fort Smith. Tickets are $10 for kids and $15 for adults. The money raised will […]

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    Healthy Foods Can Also Harm Teeth

    Everybody knows that sugary candy and soda can damage your teeth over time. However, some otherwise healthy foods can also harm your pearly whites. Milk is one example, as it has lots of sugars that can coat your teeth. For those who have the drink in their breakfast cereals, it’s not a big problem as long as you brush your teeth afterward. However, it can be an issue for children who drink a glass of milk before bed. Another breakfast […]

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    Arkansas Best Tattoo Expo Returning To Fort Smith

    FORT SMITH (KFSM) — The Arkansas Best Tattoo Expo is returning to Fort Smith this year. Dylan Glaze, the founder of Arkansas Best Tattoo Expo, joined Daren Bobb to discuss the tattoo convention coming at the end of the month. The expo will be April 29 and 30 at the Fort Smith Convention Center. The event will be free and it is open to people of all ages. Glaze said he started the expo because there wasn’t a good tattoo convention in […]

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    Bernice Young Elementary – Springdale, Mrs. Felton – First Grade

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