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    Fall Super Foods To Boost Your Diet

    As the weather starts to change for fall, so do the produce options. There are a few fruits and vegetables that are considered “super foods” for fall. Topping the list are apples. Nutritionists said that you can eat them raw or baked, as long as you make sure to eat the skin. They are full of antioxidants and dietary fiber. Pears are another good option. Again, you can eat them raw or bake them to bring out the flavor, and […]

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    Siloam Springs Teen Accused Of Raping Child

    SILOAM SPRINGS (KFSM) — A Siloam Springs teenager was arrested on Friday (Aug. 12) after he was accused of raping a 10-year-old girl. Levi Shane Walker, 17, is facing a felony rape charge, according to the probable cause report. The sexual abuse was first reported by the girl’s father in December 2015, the report states. The girl said she had been raped on multiple occasions, and the abuse started when she was 6 years old. Walker is being tried as an adult. He […]

  • Flavor of the Week: Ed Walkers Drive In

    We’re here with another Flavor of the Week. This time were at Ed Walker’s. It’s a drive-in that is truly unique. Not only has it been around for a long time, but you can get service in your car just by flashing your lights.

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    Harvesting Tips for Greater Productivity

    Increase your harvest and flavor without adding more space to the garden. Pick leaf lettuce when the outer leaves are 4 to 6 inches. The plant will keep producing. Place your harvest in a bucket of water to keep it fresh. Use the same technique with Swiss chard. Harvest just the outer leaves when 8 to 10 inches. The plant will keep producing and looking good all season long. Remove just the full size firm head of cabbage. Leave the […]

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    Reading Books Can Extend Your Life

    Spending 30 minutes a day with a good book may add years to your life. Researchers at Yale University said that of the 3,600 people surveyed about their health and reading habits, bookworms were 20 percent less likely to die over the next 12 years. The study also found that reading books seemed to improve people’s health, more so than reading magazines or newspapers. Researchers said that’s because books engage readers’ minds more, introducing readers to different themes and characters […]

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    J.B. Hunt Elementary – Springdale, Mrs. Woods – Second Grade

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    Adventure Arkansas: Fort Rock Family Camp

    With our lives constantly being connected to work, school, or the Internet, it’s been getting harder for families to connect with each other. Fort Rock Family Camp in Northwest Arkansas looks to refresh that family connection. Sean Bailey takes us there in this week’s Adventure Arkansas. Terry Forsyth opened Fort Rock Family Camp near Combs in 2008. In the eight years it’s been open, he estimates 1,500 families have experienced this outdoor retreat program. “Had a heart for families, that’s […]

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    Risks And Prevention For Lyme Disease

    Lyme disease affects more than 300,000 people each year. Now, new research looks at the best way to prevent getting bit by ticks that transmit the disease. The Hopwood family is one of many who have been battling lyme diseaes for years, as the father, Mark, was bit and infected in 2010. “Noticed I would get dizzy and fatigued,” Hopwood said. “It’s been a really long road for us.” A new CDC study reviews decades of research on how to […]

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    Sebastian County Deputy Killed, Hackett Police Chief Grazed By Bullet, Suspect Taken Into Custody

    SEBASTIAN COUNTY (KFSM) — A Sebastian County deputy was killed Wednesday (Aug. 10) and the Hackett police chief was grazed by a bullet while responding to a call of a disturbance, according to Sebastian County Sheriff Bill Hollenbeck. Sebastian County Deputy Bill Cooper and Hackett Police Chief Darrell Spells were both shot just after 7:30 a.m. while responding to a call at a home at 4722 Highway 253 in Greenwood. Both officers were taken to Sparks Hospital in Fort Smith. Cooper was […]

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    Lavaca Elementary, Ms. Polk – Kindergarten

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    Study Shows Millions Of Americans Have Unsafe Drinking Water

    A new Harvard study showed that millions of Americans may be exposed to unsafe drinking water. Scientists found unsafe levels of industrial chemicals called PFSAs in water samples arcoss the United States. They’re used to make things like food packaging, fabricks, and nonstick pans. However, when these PFSAs are ingested, they can cause health problems. Studies have linked the chemicals to high cholesterol, obesity and even cancer. Other studies indicate they may weaken the immune system of children. Samples show […]

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    WATCH: Sebastian County Media Conference On Fatal Officer Shooting

    SEBASTIAN COUNTY (KFSM) — Sebastian County Sheriff Bill Hollenbeck held a media conference Wednesday afternoon (Aug. 10) with an update on the fatal shooting of a deputy that morning. Hollenbeck released information about the shooting, which occurred around 7:15 a.m. He also spoke about Sebastian County Deputy Bill Cooper, who died around 1:15 p.m. after he was shot in the neck Wednesday morning.  


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