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    Texas Health Worker Is Positive For Ebola, Would Be 1st Ebola Transmission In U.S.

    (CNN) –A female nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas has tested positive for Ebola after a preliminary test, the state’s health agency said. Confirmatory testing will be conducted Sunday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta. Test results are expected to be announced later in the day. The employee helped care for Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person ever diagnosed with Ebola in the United States. Duncan died Wednesday. The health care worker is in […]

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    Rogers Home Burns After Being Struck By Lightning

    ROGERS (KFSM) – Deloria Gray and her husband Ray salvaged some of their clothes and pictures Friday (Oct. 10). Their home caught fire after being struck by lightning, according to authorities. There were burnt pieces of furniture scattered outside and a large hole where the lightning struck the home in the second floor. The couple made it out safely along with their three dogs Maggie, Fancy and Buddy. The home is located at 1431 Monte Road. Rogers firefighters received the […]

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    Two Hopitalized After Car Crash In Muldrow

    Muldrow – (KFSM) Two people were hospitalized after crashing their truck into a tree in Muldrow just after five this morning, (Fri. Oct. 3rd) this according to Oklahoma State Police. The truck hit several trees, and a mailbox along the road.  Authorities on the scene said the driver appeared to have been under the influence at the time of the accident. The accident happened on 1100 Road just off of Cottonwood Road. Briana Powers who lives across the street said she woke up to […]

  • New Details in Former Sebastian County Deputy’s Homicide

    CRAWFORD COUNTY (KFSM) — The Crawford County Sheriff’s Office said a neighbor heard gunshots Friday (Sept. 12) morning, the day David Jackson was found dead outside his Bidville home, in the northeast corner of Crawford County. “We did go door-to-door. We did have one witness that felt like earlier that morning they heard a few gunshots,” Sheriff Ron Brown said. “But again, this is a very rural area. [The witness] didn’t know if someone was target practicing or what have […]

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    Fort Smith Pizza Hut Robbed

    FORT SMITH (KFSM) – Fort Smith Police are investigating an overnight robbery at the Pizza Hut on Grand Avenue, according to dispatch. Dispatch said the call came in just before 1 this morning (Sept. 14th). At this time little details are known and there’s no word if any employees were hurt or inside the Pizza Hut at the time of the robbery. Stay with 5NEWS  as we continue to bring you the latest on this developing story.

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    Chick-Fil-A Founder Dead At 93

    (CNN) – Chick-Fil-A founder Truett Cathy passed away just after midnight on Monday (Sep.8th) surrounded by loved ones, this according to a statement issued by the fast food chain. Cathy’s business began near Atlanta in 1967, eventually growing to become one of the nation’s largest restaurants. Crediting his deep Christian faith, Cathy always insisted all Chick-Fil-A Restaurants remain closed on Sunday’s. The company is still privately held by the Cathy family with Cathy’s son Dan was named CEO last year. […]

  • Art Camp At RAM

    5News This Morning Anchor Jay Plyburn sits down with Lee Ortega, executive director of the Fort Smith Regional Art Museum.  They discuss the RAM Art Camp running from July 22nd to 26th for those aged four through 13-years-old.  

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    Summer Lunch Program Announced For Fort Smith Students

    School is out for the summer, but local schools are still going to feed local students. If residents live in Fort Smith and want their child to have a free breakfast or lunch, below is a list of schools serving breakfast starting Monday (June 9th). Breakfast will be available from 7:45 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. All meals are free to any child 18 years of age or younger at the schools listed below. Parents may eat breakfast with their child for $2. Morrison Elementary […]

  • Fort Smith Police Investigate Convenience Store Robbery

    Right now Fort Smith Police are investigating a robbery that took place last night (Tuesday, May 20th) at Mr. Jiff’s convenience store located on Towson Avenue. Police say they received a call after 8 last night (Tuesday, May 20th) informing them about the robbery. When police arrived at the scene, store clerk Joyce Henry laid on the floor complaining of an injured hip. Henry told police she started to sweep around the store when a white male sporting a gray […]

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    Spring Break At Crystal Bridges

    Spring Break At Crystal Bridges.

  • Girls Incorporated Celebrates 80 Years

    Girls Incorporated Celebrates 80 Years

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    Crystal Bridges Paley Exhibit

    Crystal Bridges Paley Exhibit

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