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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.

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    Pictures of Flooding Across The Area

    (KFSM)- Below is a photo gallery of wide spread flooding across the region. Send in pictures of flooding where you live to news@kfsm.com or ipix@kfsm.com.

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    Vehicle Stuck In LeFlore County Flood Waters

    LEFLORE COUNTY (KFSM)- The LeFlore County Sheriff’s office responded to a vehicle that got stuck on a flooded road Sunday (May 24). According Undersheriff Kendall Morgan the vehicle was found on Second Street in the Fort Coffee area. Morgan said the driver was not injured.


    Millions Of Americans Replacing Meals With Juice

    FORT SMITH (KFSM)-Juicing is a national trend where meals are replaced with juice. Nina Copeland is a Fort Smith mom who juices. “It may seem a little bit crazy,” Copeland said. “I was having infertility issues and so I wanted to kind of cleanse my body.” The cleanse lasted for 30 days. Brandon Parker owns Carrot Dirt juice shop and said juicing is perfectly safe. “This is raw unpasteurized product if you feel comfortable eating carrots and fruit,” Parker said. […]

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    HBO To Produce Series About Legendary River Valley U.S. Marshal

    FORT SMITH (KFSM)- HBO is getting ready to make a mini-series about Bass Reeves, one of the most notable U.S. Deputy Marshals. Cody Faber who is a park ranger at The Fort Smith National Historic Site said Reeves was an ex-slave who made a name for himself in Fort Smith. “He’s credited with killing at least around a dozen outlaws,” Faber said. “And at least 1,000 arrests.” Faber said the story HBO is picking up dates back to 1875 when […]

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    Choctaw Nation Healthcare Center Turning Away Patients Due To Flooding

    TALIHINA, Okla. (KFSM) – The Choctaw Nation Healthcare Center outpatient clinics in Talihina were closed Wednesday (May 20) following overnight flooding Janet Sharp, the public information officer for the healthcare center, said the clinics were flooded by four inches of water. “This was one of the doors where it was about two and a half feet on the outside of this door and it came in through here,” Sharp said. “The floor was standing in two or three inches of water.” […]

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    VIDEO: Mulberry Fire Department Rescues Child From Car Stuck On Flooded Road

    MULBERRY (KFSM)- Caught on camera, a driver comes across a woman and child stuck in a car on a flooded road Monday (May 18) in Mulberry. Robin Egerton called 911 and caught the rescue that followed on video. The car became stuck on Little Mulberry Road in area where the road crosses Rock Creek. Egerton’s video shows the Mulberry Fire Department helping a child and a woman out of the car. To watch the cell phone video and hear the […]

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    New Oklahoma Law Protects Use Of Force To Save Children Left In Hot Cars

    OKLAHOMA (KFSM/KFOR)- A new law in Oklahoma is aimed at saving the lives of children who have been left in hot cars and protecting the “good Samaritans” who get them out. House Bill 1902 states that anyone breaking into a locked vehicle to rescue a child cannot be sued. The bill goes into effect immediately. There are, however, several stipulations. A “Good Samaritan” would be protect from liability if he/she: found the vehicle locked “or there is otherwise no reasonable […]

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    Fire Crews Put Out Fire At Fort Smith Antique Shop

    FORT SMITH (KFSM) – The Fort Smith Fire Department responded to a fire on the 600 block of Garrison Avenue Sunday (May 17). Fire officials said the fire took place at Betsy’s Antique Shop. Authorities on scene said no injuries were reported. The said they believe the fire started from a wire shortage. The fire caused parts of Garrison Avenue to be blocked off. Landry’s Cafe suffered minor smoke damage, according to fire officials. A representative from the cafe tells […]


    Parts Of Johnson County Remain Flooded Following Weekend Severe Weather

    HARTMAN (KFSM)- Three days after severe weather swept through the River Valley parts of Johnson County are still flooded. One area in particular known as the Hartman Bottoms remained underwater Wednesday (May 13). Hartman city official Mike Williamson gave 5NEWS a tour. “It is pretty high, usually you can drive out across out there,” Williamson said. Hartman is a small town of about 600 residents and the bottoms are normally used for farming. “See the fence? Look at the fence. […]

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    Offensive Material Published In Russellville Yearbook

    RUSSELVILLE (KFSM)- Quotes about alcohol, sex and race were all found in the Russellville High School class of 2015 yearbook. Quotes like “Cotton Picker” and “I’m too drunk to taste this chicken” were published. Others were too offensive to mention in this article. Barbara Becker has a grandson who is about to graduate from high school. “I think it’s a shame,” Becker said. “Whoever edited it should not have let it go in the book.” Russellville School District Superintendent Randall […]

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    Fort Smith Residents Clean Up Debris Following Severe Storms

    FORT SMITH (KFSM)- A lot of homeowners in parts of Fort Smith are cleaning up and assessing damage Monday (May 11) after storms swept through the area this weekend. Gene Bruick lives on Free Ferry Road and he’s got a big mess on his hands after the storms brought down one of his trees. “Well, we were gone, we were not home,” Bruick said. “We came home, we saw the neighbors tree down, looked in the backyard and ‘oh we […]


    Severe Weather Slams Sequoyah County Damaging Bridges And Roads

    SEQUOYAH COUNTY (KFSM)- Severe weather slammed Sequoyah County, wiping out several bridges and roads. Sequoyah County District Three Commissioner Jim Rogers and Calvin Teague surveyed the damage Sunday (May 10). “We are just trying to get to [the damaged bridges and roads] as fast as we can,” Rogers said. “Last night we probably went through five or six [damaged areas], we still really haven’t got all of them,” Teague said. On Sunday, Rogers and Teague toured South 4640 Road south […]


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