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Aubry Killion comes to the River Valley all the way from New Orleans. The friendliness of Arkansans and the southern charm of the area make him feel at home. He is looking forward to exploring downtown Fort Smith and historic Van Buren, as well as venturing to the Sooner State.

Aubry is a graduate of the University of Mississippi's Meek School of Journalism and New Media. While Aubry was at Ole Miss, he worked as a reporter and correspondent for the campus TV station and interned with FOX 8 WVUE in New Orleans and CBS 3 WREG in Memphis.

While Aubry wasn't reporting, he served as a member of the Ole Miss Cheerleading team competing in national competitions covered by ESPN.

Aubry's hobbies outside of journalism include hiking and following SEC football.


Recent Articles
  • Logan County Brainstorms Ideas For New Jail

    LOGAN COUNTY (KFSM)- Logan County officials came together Thursday (August 7) to brainstorm a way to build a new jail. Logan County Sheriff Steve Smith said space is very tight. “I’ve been talking about this for last five six years,” Smith said. Smith said he needs a way to fund a new jail. “Whether it’s a tax whether it’s a millage increase,” Smith said. The jail was built in 1988 in Paris for 20 people. 26 years later, the jail […]

  • Fort Smith Railroad Crossing Causes Concern

    FORT SMITH (KFSM)- A busy road used to commute between from Van Buren and Fort Smith is causing headaches for drivers. Drivers said a section of the road is so rough, it could damage a car. A railroad crossing is causing the concern on Riverfront Drive, also known as, the Clayton Expressway near the Fort Smith park. The asphalt is crumbling and leaving large holes, making for a rough drive. Some people are nervous they will bottom out as they […]

  • New 911 System In Leflore County

    LEFLORE COUNTY (KFSM)-The Leflore County Sheriff’s office officially upgraded their 911 center Wednesday (August 6). “This is a $190,000 upgrade from out previous system,” Leflore County Sheriff Rob Seale said. Seale said the funding came from the sheriff’s office budget. “’The call quality is going to be better coming in,” Seale said. “We are going to have everybody in one central location. Instead of having to transfer calls back and forth between the sheriff`s office and taking chances on calls […]

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    Cedarville Police Lose Fourth Chief Since Last Year

    CEDARVILLE (KFSM) – The Crawford County prosecutor says it may be time for the Sheriff’s Office to patrol Cedarville, after the city lost its fourth police chief in the last 14 months. The Cedarville Police Department is again without a chief, after Blaine Irvin resigned recently. County prosecutor Marc McCune said on his Facebook page the lack of stability impacts his office when prosecuting crimes. “Facebook is Facebook regardless of who`s on it, and until I speak with those people […]

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    River Valley Native Severely Beaten While Jogging

    PARIS (KFSM) – A River Valley woman is recovering after she was severely beaten to the point where she was unrecognizable, according to our sister station CBS 46. Tina Waddell is a Logan County native from Paris. Thursday in Dallas, Georgia, authorities said she went for a run on a trail alone. Her husband Jim Waddell said a different woman returned. “That`s not my wife,” Jim Waddell said. Investigators said she was brutally attacked by a man. “The guy tried […]

  • Tax-Free Weekend Kicks Off In Oklahoma

    SALLISAW (KFSM) Tax-free weekend in Oklahoma kicked off Friday (Aug. 1). According to the Oklahoma Tax Commission website, school supplies are not tax free only clothes are included on the list. “We have all the merchandise out, we are stocked and fully staffed,” said Stage store manager Misty Blalock. Blalock said individual items more than $100 are not tax-exempt this weekend. Gary Cate and his family use this weekend to save on back to school shopping. “It helps out a […]

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    College Student Left Stranded In Israel Returns Home

    It was three weeks in Israel for Austin Gregory of Alma that turned things upside down. “As we were in the bomb shelter, [we] heard [explosions],” Gregory said. What was supposed to be a study abroad class landed him right in the middle of the crisis overseas. “The first night the rockets happened. Being here, you never really witness that,” Gregory said. “That’s an everyday thing for the people that live there.” Gregory said he was set to leave on […]

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    Dead Greenwod Father Remembered As A “Wonderful” Person, Family Says

    YELL COUNTY (KFSM) – The family of man who was found dead with his 10-month-old son in the Ouachita Mountains this week issued a statement praising the father as a “wonderful” person. Authorities found the bodies of Brian Floyd, 33, of Greenwood and  his 10-month-old son, Harper, in a remote area near the father’s abandoned pickup on Tuesday. His wife and the child’s mother, Brooke Floyd, was jailed in Dardanelle on suspicion of felony child endangerment and has been released […]

  • Friend Of Man Found Dead In Yell County Mourns

    YELL COUNTY (KFSM) – Search crews on Tuesday found the body of Harper Floyd, the 10-month-old Greenwood infant who was reported missing last week with his father in the Ouachita Mountains in Yell County. Authorities also found the body of the baby’s father, 33-year-old Brian Floyd. A man that grew up with Floyd is remembering his friend. Floyd lived with Drew Lovvorn and his family for a time when they were children and he was like an older brother. “Bryan […]

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    Child Pornography A Growing Problem

    Child pornography is a growing problem in our community. Conner Eldridge, U.S. District Attorney of the Western District of Arkansas has seen 22 cases this year. “It is amazing how sick these crimes really are,” Eldridge said. The images can be caught the Benton County Cyber-Crimes Unit. Many question how are the images and predators tracked. “What we do is when we get here in the mornings is we look and see if our computer was able to find any […]

  • River Valley Cleans Up After Severe Weather

    SEBASTIAN COUNTY (KFSM) – People throughout the River Valley are clearing out debris. This after strong winds ripped up trees, tore down power lines and destroyed buildings Wednesday (July 24). In Barling Cody Glover and his family were one of the many picking up the next day. The Glover’s yard was filled with uprooted trees and twisted power lines. With no electricity they are relying on a generator. The Glover family also said they are going to continue cleaning up […]

  • Severe Winds Slam Chaffee Crossing

    Winds close to 100 mph swept through Chaffee Crossing Wednesday (July 23). Multiple buildings were destroyed according to the Sebastian County Sheriff’s Office. Ken Feltner’s shop was seriously damaged. “We’ve got junk that’s turned over,” said Feltner. “It’s pretty sickening that’s all I can say.” Feltner has been renting a building for storage in Chaffee Crossing for the past eight years. “State of shock with nowhere to put all this stuff,” Feltner said. Feltner said the stuff includes his prized […]

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