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Larry Henry joined the 5NEWS team as a managing editor in March of 2012. He is a veteran reporter and editor who worked in Nevada, Tennessee, and most recently Northwest Arkansas.


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    Governor Set To Attend Conservative Arkansas Chili Supper In Fayetteville

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) – Gov. Asa Hutchinson and his wife, Susan, are set to attend Conservative Arkansas’ annual chili supper later this month in Fayetteville. At the event, the Springdale-based political action committee will name its 2014 Conservative of the Year. At last year’s chili supper, Rep. Charlie Collins, R-Fayetteville, was named Conservative of the Year for 2013.  That event was held in Springdale, attracting about 150 people, including candidates for local and state offices. This year’s potluck chili supper is […]

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    Rogers Man Found Guilty Of Kidnapping Texas Woman

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) –  A Rogers man was found guilty in federal court in Fayetteville on Tuesday (March 17) of aiding in the kidnapping of a Texas woman in 2014, records show. Theron Vance, a 2010 graduate of Rogers Heritage High, was found guilty on one count of conspiracy to commit kidnapping and one count of aiding and abetting, according to court records. He will be sentenced in 90 to 120 days, after a pre-sentence report prepared by the federal probation […]

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    Mexico, China Among Countries Banning Arkansas Turkeys

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) – At least 40 countries, including Mexico and China, have banned Arkansas turkeys after bird flu was found in a commercial flock in Boone County, said a poultry industry spokesman on Thursday (March 12). Some of the international markets banning Arkansas turkeys, such as Hong Kong, are only keeping out those turkeys that originated in Boone County. Other markets, including Singapore, are banning all Arkansas turkeys, said Toby Moore of the USA Poultry and Egg Export Council. The […]

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    Searcy Police Chief Resigns In Wake Of ATF Investigation

    SEARCY, Ark. (KTHV) — Federal agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives served a search warrant at the home of Searcy police chief Jeremy Clark on Tuesday (March 3), officials said. Searcy Mayor David Morris held a news conference Tuesday afternoon, saying Clark had resigned as police chief earlier in the day, effective immediately. Capt. Eric Webb is now in charge of day-to-day operations of Searcy’s police department. THV11 obtained the former chief’s resignation letter via the […]

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    Governor To Sign Bill Allowing Professors To Carry Handguns On Campus

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) – Gov. Asa Hutchinson will sign the bill allowing faculty and staff at colleges and universities to carry concealed handguns on campus, his spokesman said Monday (March 2). Upon final legislative approval, the governor will sign the bill, said J.R. Davis, spokesman. House Bill 1077, dubbed the professor-carry bill, was approved in the House on Monday by a 66-25 vote. It now moves to the Senate for consideration. “I’m happy that professor carry passed the House, moving us […]

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    Governor Selects Johnny Key As Education Commissioner

    LITTLE ROCK (KFSM) – Gov. Asa Hutchinson has selected former state Sen. Johnny Key to be state Commissioner of Education, according to a news release on Monday (March 2). In that role, Key, a Republican from Mountain Home, will oversee the Arkansas Department of Education. “Johnny has always exhibited a passion for improving education, from his work as a legislator who focused on educational issues to his current position as associate vice president for the University of Arkansas system,” Hutchinson […]

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    Video Catches Cops Shooting Man Dead On L.A.’s Skid Row

    LOS ANGELES — Three Los Angeles police officers fired at and killed a man on the city’s Skid Row during a struggle over one of the officers’ guns, and authorities said they planned to use video captured by a bystander in their investigation. The graphic video widely circulated on social media within a few hours of the incident Sunday brought heightened attention to the death of the man who wound up wrestling with police amid the tents, sleeping bags and […]

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    Professor Handgun Bill Has Enough Votes To Pass With Amendment, Lawmaker Says

    After his professor-carry bill stalled recently in the House Education Committee, Rep.  Charlie Collins says he’s amending the measure and thinks he can get the votes to pass it out of committee. The Fayetteville Republican said the amendment to House Bill 1077 would allow universities and colleges to require 16 hours of additional gun training for faculty who want to carry a concealed handgun on campus. This training would be in addition to what all Arkansans receive in obtaining a […]

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    Greenwood Preschooler Does Not Have Measles, State Says

    GREENWOOD (KFSM) – A Greenwood preschooler tested for measles earlier this month does not have measles, a state official said Friday (Feb. 20). Preschool Extraordinaire in Greenwood sent a letter to parents this month alerting them that a student had undergone blood tests to determine whether the child has measles. (Click here to read the letter.) However, the blood work determined the child does not have measles or rubella, a state official said. 5NEWS is not naming the child to […]

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    17-Year-Old That Died After An SUV Plunged Into Lake Atalanta Identified

    ROGERS (KFSM) – A 17-year-old boy, identified as Trenton Whitfield, was killed when the SUV he was riding in crashed into Lake Atalanta in Rogers on Friday (Feb. 20), according to officials. Justin Richards, 18, was driving a Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo around the west side of the lake when the vehicle slid on the icy road, traveled down the embankment and into the water, according to police. Richards and a 15-year-old passenger in the back seat of the SUV were […]

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    Capital Murder Trial Reset In 2006 Killing Of NWACC Student Nina Ingram

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) – The capital murder trial for Rico Cohn has been rescheduled to begin this summer. Cohn, accused of the 2006 death of NWACC student Nina Ingram, was scheduled to be in court Monday (Feb. 20) for the start of his jury trial, but that date as been pushed back to Aug. 12, court officials said. Ingram was found strangled to death in her Fayetteville apartment in April 2006. Cohn is charged with capital murder, accused of strangling the […]

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    New Police Chief Named In Rogers

    ROGERS (KFSM) – Hayes Minor has been named Rogers police chief, replacing James H. Allen, who died last month from colon cancer, according to a news release from the mayor. Minor, a 21-year veteran of the department, was named interim chief last month and will retain that title until his swearing-in as chief on Feb. 24, Mayor Greg Hines said in the news release. Allen, 60, was the Rogers police chief since 2011. Before that, he had a 22-year-long tenure […]

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