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    High Voter Turnout For Fayetteville Civil Rights Ordinance Early Voting

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — Early voting on the Uniform Civil Rights Protection Ordinance 5781 in Fayetteville ended Friday (Sept. 4) and the Washington County Election Commission said it has been a busy four days. Election Coordinator Jennifer Price said the lines were as long as the lines the commission usually sees during a general election, but poll workers were ready after going through the special election on Ordinance 119 in December, 2014. “We anticipated that turnout would be very similar to […]

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    Ozarks Electric Co-op Partners With Today’s Power For Solar Energy Project

    LITTLE ROCK (KFSM) — Ozarks Electric Cooperative in Fayetteville recently reached an agreement with Today’s Power, Inc. to provide a one-megawatt AC solar array for the energy provider’s solar power generation facility. The Springdale-based facility, which is scheduled to be completed in the second quarter of 2016, will involve an array of about 4,080 panels that encompass about four acres on a six acre site. The output of the energy produced by the array could provide for the power needs […]

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    Razorback Stadium Drops Prices On Concession Items

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — The University of Arkansas announced Thursday (Sept. 3) it will be dropping prices on their most-popular concession items at Razorback Stadium starting with the season home opener game against UTEP on Saturday. Arkansas and concessions partner, Sodexo, have reduced prices by $1 on the following items: Item 2014 Prices 2015 Prices 32 oz. Fountain Souvenir $5 $4 21 oz. Fountain $4 $3 Bottled Water $4 $3 Gatorade $4 $3 Hot Dog $4 $3 Bratwurst $5 $4 Cheese […]

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    Arson Suspected In Springdale Duplex Fire

    SPRINGDALE (KFSM) — A Springdale man was arrested on suspicion of arson following a fire at a duplex on Backus Avenue Thursday (Sept. 3). Landon Mark Bryant, 29, was booked into the Washington County Detention Center and is facing charges of felony arson and misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance, jail records show. After fire crews arrived at the duplex at 1101 Backus Ave. at about 2 p.m., Bryant was taken to Northwest Medical Center to be evaluated because of […]

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    Home Game Fireworks Displays Approved At Razorback Stadium

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — University of Arkansas Razorback home games are going to come with fireworks this season after the Fayetteville Fire Marshal’s Office and the state fire marshal approved the university’s permit. Technicians will discharge fireworks at the beginning of each game when the Razorbacks run onto the field, during the national anthem, whenever the Razorbacks score and after a Razorback game win.


    Community Mourns Death Of Two Booneville High School Students

    BOONEVILLE (KFSM) — The Booneville community was in mourning Wednesday (Sept. 2) after a Booneville High School student was killed and another was injured in a two-vehicle accident Tuesday. Booneville School District Superintendent John Parrish said the teenage boy and girl were leaving a visitation for another student, who had taken her own life the week before, when they were involved in the accident only blocks away. The teens were in a Honda Civic driving southbound on Owen Street approaching […]

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    Centerton Police Chief To Step Down Following LOPFI Vote

    CENTERTON (KFSM) — After a hearing in Little Rock with the board of the Arkansas Local Police and Fire Retirement System, known as LOPFI, the Centerton police chief will have to step down Sept. 10. Police Chief Rodney Reed, Mayor Bill Edwards and City Attorney Brian Rabal were in Little Rock Thursday (Sept. 3) to appeal LOPFI’s decision regarding Reed’s employment at the police department. At the hearing, the board of LOPFI voted seven to zero to uphold Reed’s ineligibility […]

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    Judge Denies Protect Fayetteville Injunction; Civil Rights Ordinance Election To Continue

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — A judge denied a motion requesting an injunction for the Sept. 8 special election that was filed by a group that is against the Fayetteville civil rights ordinance. On Thursday (Sept. 3), the judge denied the motion and cancelled the hearing that was supposed to be held Friday at 9 a.m.. The order was issued in response to Protect Fayetteville’s lawsuit challenging the validity of the Uniform Civil Rights Protection Ordinance 5781 and the group’s request for […]

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    Benton County Sheriff In Hospital Following Possible Seizure

    BENTON COUNTY (KFSM) — Benton County Sheriff Kelley Cradduck was taken to the hospital Wednesday (Sept. 2) after suffering a possible seizure at his home in Rogers, according to a release from the sheriff’s office. Cradduck was admitted to Mercy Hospital and is undergoing further treatment and tests, the release states. He is currently in the Intensive Care Unit and is not allowed visitors. Cradduck had been ill for several days, according to the release. Updates on the sheriff’s condition […]

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    Former Van Buren Schools Coach Accused Of Having Sexual Relationship With Student

    VAN BUREN (KFSM) — A woman who worked for the Van Buren School District and turned herself in to police Wednesday (Sept. 2) on a warrant for first-degree sexual assault has bonded out, according to the Crawford County Detention Center. Katherine Nicole Eskridge, 25, was accused of having a sexual relationship with a minor student while employed by the district, a police release states. The investigation began after the high school student told Van Buren police about his relationship with […]

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    Outpouring Of Support For Booneville High School Following Deadly Crash

    BOONEVILLE (KFSM) — Other school districts in the region have been sending their condolences to the Booneville School District after one of their students was killed in a car crash Tuesday (Sept. 1) after leaving a visitation for another student who had taken her own life. Another student was also injured in the crash and was taken to Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock. The Booneville School District is displaying the messages of support on its Facebook page. The district […]

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    Fourth Grade Students Get Free Pass To All National Parks

    (KFSM) — A new initiative by the National Park Foundation called Every Kid in a Park allows every fourth grader in the country and their families to get a free pass to all national parks, forests and wildlife refuges in the U.S. The initiative started Tuesday (Sept. 1). The Every Kid in a Park pass is good for the 2015-2016 school year, until Aug. 31, 2016. Passes are also available for fourth-grade teachers and each of their students. Information about […]


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