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    Fayetteville Police Searching For Burglary Suspects

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — Fayetteville police are searching for two men who are suspects in a burglary that occurred in southern Fayetteville earlier this month. According to a Facebook post, the men are persons of interest in a burglary from May 5. Police are asking anyone with information about the two men pictured to contact the police department at 479-587-3555.  

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    Washington Elementary, Fayetteville, – Ms. Holly Wilmer – 3rd Grade

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    Studies: Swaddling Babies Increases Risk Of SIDS

    A popular way to calm infants and help them sleep can put them at a higher risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. A review of four studies showed that swaddled babies who are placed on their sides or stomachs are twice as likely to die from SIDS. The studies also suggest that parents who decide to swaddle their infants pay attention to their position. The risk is less for babies who sleep on their backs. Segment Sponsored By: Mercy Health […]

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    Northwest Arkansas Naturals Weekly Ticket Giveaway

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    Alma Primary, Alma – Mrs. Baxter – 2nd Grade

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    Kansas City Detective Killed; Suspect Taken Into Custody Following Manhunt

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. (KCTV) — A Kansas City, Kansas detective who was shot multiple times near the Kansas Speedway Monday (May 9) by a suspect who started a massive manhunt has died from his injuries. The KCK Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #4 identified the victim as Det. Brad Lancaster. Police Chief Terry Ziegler said the shooting happened just after noon near Hollywood Casino, 777 Hollywood Casino Blvd., when the detective responded to a report of a suspicious person. When the detective […]

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    Warning Issued After Children Sickened By E-Cigarettes

    A new warning came out Monday morning (May 9) about the potential dangers of electronic cigarettes. A new study showed that poison control centers get more than 200 calls a month because children 6 and under are getting sick from e-cigarettes. One child has died from injuries and several others have had seizures or comas. In most cases, children swallowed the liquid nicotine. Last week, the FDA set new rules to make it tougher to buy e-cigarettes.  

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    Monday Storms: Latest Updates On Severe Weather

    The 5NEWS Meteorology Team declared a Weather Alert Day for the entire viewing area on Monday (May 9) and will be keeping you up to date with the latest watches, warnings and weather info.  

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    United Way Of NWA Holds T-Shirt Design Contest

    United Way of Northwest Arkansas is holding a T-shirt design competition for children. Kelsey Brock joined Daren Bobb to discuss contest rules (bright colors are welcome!) and how the contest will help United Way.  

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    Hospitals, American Heart Association Share Stroke Prevention Tips

    Arkansas is ranked second in incidents and death rate in the United States. May is American Stroke  Month, so Dr. Margaret Tramwel, Washington Regional Medical Center director, and Staci Clinkscales, of the NWA American Heart Association, joined Daren Bobb to discuss prevention methods for the fifth leading cause of death in the country. For more information, resources or a support network, visit their website.  

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    Christ The King Continues Spring Carnival Tradition

    Christ the King’s 90th annual Spring Carnival will be returning to Fort Smith next Friday and Saturday (May 20 and 21). Ann Cannon, Christ the King principal, and Kristie Albert, silent auction chair, joined Daren Bobb to discuss the family friendly event.  

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    Arvest Food Drive Races To Raise 1 Million Meals

    Arvest Bank is more than halfway to their goal of raising one million meals, but they still need your help. Daren Bobb was joined by Beth Presley, Arvest marketing director, to discuss Arvest’s sixth annual One Million Meals Campaign. The goal is to raise the meals to give to food partners in the four-state area that Arvest serves. The campaign started on April 1 and ends on May 31. The program was moved to spring so that it would coincide […]


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