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    Springdale Student Scores Perfect 36 On ACT

    SPRINGDALE (KFSM) — After being a contestant on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, a Har-Ber High School student has made a perfect score on the ACT. Sojas Wagle spent a lot preparing for the test. He spent countless hours studying and 45 hours taking practice tests. He said he took the test two other times before landing a perfect score of 36. Wagle said there is a strategy other students shooting for top marks can use to get there. […]

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    Winter Weather Gallery – Jan. 6

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    Business Delays And Closings – Jan. 6

    Here is a list of business closings and delays in the area for Friday (Jan. 6): http://5newsonline.com/weather/closings/business-closings/  

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    Jan. 6 School Closings And Delays

    Here are the schools that are delayed and closed on Friday (Jan. 6): Waldron: Opening at 10 a.m.

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    Gentry Safari Working To Keep Giraffes Healthy As Worldwide Numbers Hit Historic Lows

    GENTRY (KFSM) — One of the most recognizable animals has had it’s endangered status changed from “least concern” to “vulnerable.” Now, the Wild Wilderness Drive-Through Safari in Gentry is working to make sure their two giraffes are living long and healthy lives. The giraffes, Scarlett and Sophia, have been at the safari since they were a few months old. Manager Charles Wilmoth said while giraffes are in danger, they may not be the only animals in trouble. “Just because their natural […]

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    Marvin Elementary, Mulberry – Ms. Brown – 2nd Grade

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    Alcohol Can Be Damaging To The Heart

    HEALTHWATCH – If you want to help your heart, don’t just count calories. Count your cocktails as well.

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    Police Identify Man Found Dead In Bentonville Home After It Caught On Fire

    BENTONVILLE (KFSM) — Bentonville police released the identity of a man Tuesday (Jan. 3) who was found dead in a home that caught fire the day before. The victim was identified as Charles K. Rine, 39, of Bentonville. Police responded to the fire at 7:53 a.m. at a home on S.W. E Street, Chief Jon Simpson said. Preliminary investigation concludes that no foul play was involved in Rine’s death or the fire at his home, according to police.

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    Suspect In Sebastian County Double Homicide Arrested, Charged

    WASHBURN, Ark. (KFSM) — Deputies arrested a suspect in connection with a double homicide investigation Monday (Jan. 2) evening, according to the Sebastian County Sheriff’s Office. Stanley Ambrose Mazurek, 34,  is charged with two counts of first-degree murder, according to Capt. Philip Pevehouse. Mazurek also faces one count of residential burglary and felony possession of a firearm. Police located Mazurek in Fort Smith, driving the Chevrolet truck belonging to someone at a neighboring home, Pevehouse said. Earlier in the day, […]

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    Bentonville High School Band Students March In Rose Bowl Parade

    PASADENA, Ca. (KFSM) — Students with the Bentonville High School band marched in the Rose Bowl Parade Monday (Jan. 2) morning in Pasadena, California. The students were chosen to march in the Bands of America Honor Band which is based out of Indianapolis, Indiana. A total of 12 students from Arkansas were chosen to be a part of the band; 11 from Bentonville and one from Beebe.

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    Alma Police Search For Suspect In High-Speed Chase

    RUDY (KFSM) — Police are searching for one man following a high-speed chase that ended in a crash Monday (Jan. 2) afternoon, according to the Alma Police Department. Police have one woman in custody. Two passengers in the car were taken to the hospital for treatment, police said. The chase started on Rudy Road and headed north toward Old 81 Loop in Rudy. Police said the suspect veered off the road and crashed between Lancaster Road and Old 88 Road. The male […]

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    East Hills Middle School, Greenwood – Mrs. Joslin & Mrs. Scroggins – 6th Grade