Aubry Killion

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

  • Alma To Vote On Tax Renewal For Several Local Projects

    Posted on: 10:08 pm, March 10, 2014, by , updated on: 10:41pm, March 10, 2014

    Alma residents are set to hit the polls Tuesday morning (March 11) to vote on a proposed sales tax that...
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  • GRAPHIC PHOTO: Mule Stolen, Dies Tied To A Tree

    Posted on: 11:31 am, March 10, 2014, by and , updated on: 10:29pm, March 10, 2014

    A man in Sequoyah County, Okla., says his mule was stolen from a pasture the man was leasing at the...
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  • VIDEO: Surprise Homecoming Celebration For Member Of The Air Force

    Posted on: 6:25 pm, March 7, 2014, by , updated on: 06:26pm, March 7, 2014

    Air Force Tech Sergeant Christopher Yarbrough received a surprise homecoming celebration today at the Alma Intermediate School. “I thought I...
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  • Location Set For Proposed Crawford County Jail

    Posted on: 10:17 pm, March 6, 2014, by

    A multi-million dollar jail is one step closer to being built in Crawford County. County leaders now have a proposed...
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  • Woman Dies After Being Trapped In Fiery Car Wreck

    Posted on: 8:26 am, March 6, 2014, by and , updated on: 09:23pm, March 6, 2014

    A woman died Thursday in Fort Smith following a fiery head-on collision, authorities said. Eyewitnesses told police a woman driving...
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  • Muldrow Residents Worried About Future After Bond Fails

    Posted on: 10:17 pm, March 5, 2014, by

    A 2013 tornado in Moore, Okla. ripped apart homes, schools, and took the lives of many. So Muldrow schools proposed...
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  • New High School Could Be Coming to Fort Smith

    Posted on: 10:21 pm, February 26, 2014, by

    A multi-million dollar plan to bring a third public high school to Fort Smith is in the works. However, some...
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  • Deaf Child Raises Money Through Swimming

    Posted on: 10:21 pm, February 25, 2014, by , updated on: 10:43pm, February 25, 2014

    Grayson Vaughn is a 9-year-old boy who lives in Fort Smith. And he’s defying odds by raising thousands of dollars...
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  • Local School Lends Hand After Hospital Fails Inspection

    Posted on: 8:50 pm, February 24, 2014, by

    A Leflore County Hospital shut down part of their facility due to a failed state inspection. The shutdown has caused...
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  • Greenwood Teacher Accused Of Biting Student Turns Himself In

    Posted on: 3:47 pm, February 21, 2014, by and , updated on: 10:25pm, February 21, 2014

    A Greenwood teacher was arrested Friday on suspicion of harassment, after resigning from the school district earlier this week. An...
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  • Windy Day Causes Damage In River Valley

    Posted on: 1:25 pm, February 20, 2014, by and , updated on: 11:12am, February 21, 2014

    Windy conditions caused damage to several local areas Thursday (Feb. 20), as a power line went down in Fort Smith....
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    Power Line Down
  • Police Urge Child Kidnapping Safety After Murder Case

    Posted on: 10:29 pm, February 19, 2014, by

    A deadly kidnapping in Missouri has dominated headlines across the country, but Sebastian County Sheriff Bill Hollenbeck said thousands of...
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