Allison Woods’ television career began in western Arkansas and now she’s thrilled to return to an area that means to so much to her.

She comes back to Northwest Arkansas after spending time as the weekend Anchor in Joplin MO for the ABC affiliate.

Allison graduated from Northwestern Oklahoma State University with a B.S in Mass Communications.

Allison grew up in a small Kansas town with her three sisters. Since she was a kid, Allison has enjoyed traveling.

Allison is glad to be back in Arkansas, which she considers “home.” She says the beautiful outdoors is what draws her to Arkansas, as she spends whatever free time she has on the rivers in the area.

Recent Articles
  • Gentry Man Arrested In Crystal Meth Bust

    A Gentry man was arrested Friday (Sept. 14) by Benton County Sheriff Department’s Special Operations Team on several drug charges.

  • Bikes, Blues and BBQ Revs Up For Wednesday’s Start

    With just two days before the 14th Annual Bikes, Blues & BBQ motorcycle rally organizers and volunteers are gearing up and setting up. “We’ve got two days to basically build a small city,” said Joe Giles, Bikes, Blues & BBQ Executive Director. Motorcycle Village in the Baum Stadium parking lot will have more than 90 vendors. “We’re going to have everything from major motorcycle manufacturers bring demo rides, we’ve got food vendors, we`ve got clothing vendors, we’ve got parts and […]

  • Audit: Fired Employees Stole $81,000 In School Lunch Transactions

    A state audit shows two fired food service employees may have stolen almost $81,000 from the Huntsville School District since 2010. The Huntsville Police Department is currently wrapping up their investigation Friday (Sept. 13) and will hand it over the prosecuting attorney on Monday, according to Captain Todd Thomas, Huntsville Police Department. The food service director and a school lunch cashier at Huntsville High School were fired Feb. 8 after police placed surveillance cameras in the cafeteria to see if […]

  • Future Of One Bella Vista Golf Course Grim After August Flood

    The Bella Vista Property Owner’s Association met Thursday (Sept. 12) to discuss how much they’ll have to spend to make repairs from August Floods. The total amount of damage to golf courses and other amenities added up to $1.8 million. “We  have our RV Park which is estimated at over $100,000 to repair it, we have one of our Country Club golf course pump stations that`s going to cost about $400,000 to $500,000,” said Tommy Bailey, POA President and General […]

  • Prairie Grove Voters To Decide on School Storm Shelter

    A FEMA Safe Room is in the proposed plans for a new K-4 campus in Prairie Grove that will soon go before voters Tuesday (Sept. 17). The construction will include the addition of 40,728 square feet to the Intermediate School to create the K-4 Campus. School District Superintendent Allen Williams said a storm shelter is needed since the district nor the city has any. “There solid concrete walls and reinforced constructed and they are designed to take a direct if […]

  • 5 Arrested in Fayetteville Prostitution Sting

    Fayetteville police arrested five people in a prostitution sting at a local hotel Tuesday night (Sept. 10). Nicole Richie, Marcy Reeves, Isabella Cook and Beverly Hewitt, were arrested on misdemeanor prostitution charges. Police also arrested 76-year-old Larry Lewis for sexual solicitation and disorderly conduct. During the sting, officers posed as potential clients and arranged to meet the women at a hotel. When the women arrived, they negotiated prices to exchange money for sexual acts and arrests were made. “There are […]

  • Lawmakers Discuss Increase in Teacher’s Health Insurance Premiums

    Arkansas lawmakers are meeting this week to discuss minimizing a huge increase in health insurance premiums for teachers across the state. As it stands now, teachers will see a 50 percent increase in premiums regardless of what plan they are on. The change, set to begin in January, will affect about 47,000 teachers. But if lawmakers can agree on a short or long-term fix, Governor Mike Beebe says he wouldn’t mind calling for a special session so something can be […]

  • Police Search For Gun in Homeless Man’s Pipe Bomb Case

    Rogers Police arrested Eric McKim Saturday (Sept. 7) after officers say they found a pipe bomb in his minivan. It started as a traffic collision that turned into a gunshot call led to the Bentonville Bomb Squad diffusing an explosive device Saturday in Rogers, police say. The Bentonville Bomb Squad was called Saturday to Hudson Rd. and 2nd Street after Rogers Police officers responded to an accident between a minivan and a car at 8:41 a.m. One eyewitness said a […]

  • I-540 Widening Project in NWA Set to Begin

    Drivers in Northwest Arkansas could experience traffic delays as construction projects are set to begin soon. The widening of Interstate 540 is one of the larger projects that will take place. A sales tax increase that would fund $1.8 billion in highway work across the state was approved by voters in November. “Research showed the congestion in the two counties, Benton and Washington, was about $103 million dollars in gasoline, lost time, those sorts of those things,” said Rob Smith, […]

  • State Nuisance Bear Team on Standby After Black Bear Sighting

    The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission Nuisance Bear Team is on standby as a wild black bear was still on the loose Thursday. There were several reports and picture taken of a black bear roaming a field near the Tyson Headquarters in Springdale on Wednesday (Sept. 4). After authorities scaled down the search later that night, police said they received a 911 call from a person saying they struck a bear or a large dog with their car. “Just a […]

  • 911, Surveillance Video Released in Springdale Shooting

    Springdale Police are searching for three Hispanic males who they believe were involved in a shooting that injured three people Saturday (Aug. 31) in the parking lot of Y Liquors. Several 911 calls came into police dispatch after hearing shots fired. The incident all caught on surveillance video.. Police said three Hispanic males wearing hoodies pulled up in a silver Ford pickup. Two of the victims approached the truck, words were exchanged and shots were fired. “You can see where […]

  • Road Hogs Gear Up For Game Day

    The Road Hogs rolled into Fayetteville Friday (Aug. 29) showing their love for their Razorbacks, a tradition that brings people from all over the region. “The Road Hogs we are one big family,” said Jim Eden, Road Hog member. Some have been coming here since the beginning. “I think the park is 12 years old so, we`ve been here from the get go and entertaining ever since,” said Tommy Gibbs. “This is our 8th year and we try to go […]