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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
  • Siloam Springs Teen Takes The Field After Life-Threatening Crash

    SILOAM SPRINGS (KFSM)- A Siloam Springs football player is back at home and still recovering from a brain injury caused by a horrific car crash months ago that nearly killed him. Clayton Walker, 14, took the Siloam Springs football field Thursday (Sept 25) for the first time since before that March wreck in Florida. “Just watching him, you know, doing everything we were told he wasn’t going to do,” Walker’s mother Taissia Holmes said. As Walker took the field, he […]

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    Fort Smith Schools Using Tighter Tactics To Combat Bomb Threats

    FORT SMITH (KFSM)- After four threats this school year, Fort Smith school officials say they are using new tactics to keep bomb threats out of classrooms. Two of the threats occurred at Darby Junior High, one at Northside High School and another at Southside High School. Fort Smith police said they have a lead that a Twitter account using graphic language and imagery is behind Southside’s threat. Detectives are investigating the account. “The most important thing probably is, we are […]

  • U.S. Marshals Museum Relying On Fundraising

    Crews are preparing to break ground on a U.S. Marshals Museum in Fort Smith, but its future is uncertain. Museum CEO Jim Dunn said they still need to raise around $30 million to pay for it. Dunn said they have about $19 and a half million raised. “We still need to raise probably in the vicinity between $25 to $35 million,” Dunn said. The museum’s price tag comes in at around about $50 million, according to Dunn. Dunn said a […]

  • Ammo Shortage Causing Shooters To Bite The Bullet

    FORT SMITH (KFSM)- As the weather cools down and hunters across the area are preparing to load up, many are wondering where all the ammo has gone. .22 ammunition can be hard to find for many gun enthusiasts. “For several years it’s become hard to get for four five six years probably,” Jerry Knittig said, “They want to buy it all.” Jerry Knittig owns The Tackle Box in Fort Smith. Knittig said school shootings like Sandy Hook caused a surge […]

  • State Representative Says Islam Is Cancer

    SALLISAW (KFSM)- Rep. John Bennett (R-Sallisaw) is a local state representative. He said he’s been asked to resign and even received death threats. This after the representative described Islam as a cancer and made other controversial remarks. “‘They accuse me of being what they truly are,” said Bennett. “They accuse me of me being a racist. They themselves are racists. Islam is all about racism. Islam is full of hatred.” Bennett served overseas. “It may have had something to do […]


    Deputy Defines Child Abuse

    FORT SMITH (KFSM)- The Minnesota Viking’s Adrian Peterson being charged with child abuse made international headlines. But when does disciplining a child turn into abuse? “We get that question a lot from parents,” said Sebastian County Deputy Lt. Philip Pevehouse, “It’s the result of the injuries and that’s usually the line.” Pevehouse said his department sees up to 12 cases of child abuse a month, and there are signs one can look out for that classify it as abuse. “Bruising, […]

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    Cars Abandoned After Flooding In Downtown Fort Smith

    FORT SMITH (KFSM) – A woman was rescued from her vehicle after the streets flooded Wednesday night following a rainstorm. Several vehicles in downtown Fort Smith had to be abandoned after flood waters covered the cars’ tires. One woman who left her vehicle had to be lifted up and escorted across the water on an officer’s back. No injuries have yet been reported out of the storm, but authorities have responded to several minor traffic crashes.

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    Greenwood Voters Approve Millage For New Freshman Center

    GREENWOOD (KFSM) – Voters on Tuesday night approved a millage increase to build a new freshman center for the Greenwood School District. The 1.9 mill increase amounts to about $37 more in property taxes per year for a $100,000 home. The building will cost about $12 million, with $2.3 million already secured from the state, said Greenwood School District Supt. John Ciesla. Voters approved of the proposal 933 votes (54 percent) to 785 (46 percent), according to county election commission […]

  • Man Carrying Drugs Arrested After Fleeing Police Into UAFS Campus

    FORT SMITH (KFSM) – A man was arrested after leading police on a foot chase through the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith (UAFS) campus while carrying drugs on Tuesday (Sept. 16), authorities say. Authorities said after a car accident they chased the man identified as Briceon Buker, 29, carrying a suitcase and backpack onto the UAFS campus, under the bell tower and around Sebastian Commons. The man fought with officers before being arrested. The suspect is facing multiple charges, including assaulting an officer […]

  • Greenwood Voters To Decide On Property Tax Hike

    GREENWOOD (KFSM) — Greenwood voters are preparing to hit the polls to decide whether or not a new multimillion dollar facility will come to town through a property tax increase. Greenwood school officials are hoping voters will approve a $1.9 million increase. It will bring a new freshman center to the campus. Greenwood Superintendent John Ciesla said they’re at capacity. “It’s a use it or lose it opportunity,” Ciesla said. “For somebody with a $100,000 home the equivalent would be […]

  • Fall Allergies Expected To Be In Full Force

    FORT SMITH (KFSM)-Flowers are no longer blooming, but that doesn’t mean allergies aren’t still in the air. If you’re sneezing more, a fall allergy might be triggering your problem. Mariah Harrison lives in Fort Smith and suffers from allergies. “I have to get a lot of tissue and blow my nose every five minutes,” Harrison said. Harrison said her allergies are so bad she’s even seen doctors for them. “I have to get allergy shots,” Harrison said. For those who […]

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    Football League Will Not Let Alma Girl Play Football

    ALMA (KFSM)- A local child is trying to figure out what’s next after being told little league football is not an option. That’s because the hopeful player is a girl. 9-year-old Trinity Transue said she is determined to play football. “My parents made me wait two years until I could play football,” Transue said. Her parents said when league directors called last week her dream to play took a turn. Her parents said directors informed them that she was ineligible […]


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