Seth was born and raised in Russellville, Arkansas. In 2011, the Pottsville High School graduate then moved to Conway where he spent the next 3 years studying journalism at the University of Central Arkansas. The proud member of the Norbert O. Schedler Honors College received the opportunity to work with KAIT in Northeast Arkansas where he spent 2 years reporting. Even though it was a tough decision, Seth decided to continue his reporting career by moving west. He is now with KFSM and is excited to continue sharing your stories with others.

Recent Articles
  • Apollo Theater Reopens In Downtown Springdale

    SPRINGDALE (KFSM) — After years of planning and work, the Apollo in downtown Springdale opened its doors to the public on Thursday night. “I thought it would be trashed and pushed down,” guest Dolores Stamps said. “So, I am glad to see it is preserved.” Tom Lundstrum, co-owner of the building said what they accomplished with the revitalization was everything they wanted it to be. “We wanted this place to be stunning and people not to expect this in Springdale,” […]

  • Family Fights To Bring Adopted Children Home

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM)– A Fayetteville family fights to bring their adopted children, Rose and Joseph, home from Uganda after they were denied by the US government. Doug and Brooke Waller have adopted internationally before. Their sons Henry and Teddy are originally from Ethiopia. They said the adoption of Rose and Joseph went fine, but when it came time to get them to Arkansas, things became difficult. Brooke said in order for a child to be allowed in an orphanage in Uganda, […]

  • Homeowners Upset About City’s Annexation Plan

    ROGERS (KFSM)– The city of Rogers announced two new ordinances that call for a special election to annex land east and west of Highway 112. Many who live west of 112 said they do not want this to happen. They said they live out in the county for a reason. Even though the city announced their plans, the city council still has to pass the ordinances. If that happens, then those homeowners and the current residents of Rogers will have […]

  • U Of A Professor Speaks Out After Being Mistaken For Man In Charlottesville Rally Photo

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — An assistant professor at the University of Arkansas was mistaken for a man wearing an Arkansas engineering shirt at the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend.  Kyle Quinn said he is now fearful for his family’s safety and has decided to leave home. “My guess is someone is going through the directory looking for guys with a beard,” Quinn said. “I don’t know.” Quinn was in Bentonville with friends on Friday night (Aug. […]

  • U of A Faculty Seek Answers About New Campus Carry Law

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM)– Many faculty members from the University of Arkansas attended a forum Tuesday night (Aug. 15) to learn more about the new campus carry law scheduled to go into effect on Sept. 1. Many still have questions concerning the law and what they are legally allowed to do. “How do we change the way that we teach classes?” faculty member Michael Pierce asked. “How do staff members change the way they interact with students?” These and many other questions […]

  • Former Razorback Remembers Coach Frank Broyles

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM)– For most of his life, Scott Bull said he admired Coach Frank Broyles and the work he did. Bull played for Broyles from 1971 to the 1976 Cotton Bowl His respect for the coach started years earlier in Greenville, Mississippi. Bull said he couldn’t start to talk about Broyles without bringing up his dad. When he was younger, Bull and his father would have to listen to games in their car because they could not get it in […]

  • Rally Held To Advocate Against Hate After Virginia Protests

    BENTONVILLE (KFSM) — A crowd of people gathered Sunday (Aug. 13) afternoon at the Bentonville Square to advocate against the hate shown at the protests in Virginia the day before. Some came with signs that read,  “Black Lives Matter,”  “Preach Peace” and “No Hate In Our State.” The rally was organized by the group Ozark Indivisible the night before. Shannon Simons is a member of the organization and said they want to show others that hate will not be tolerated […]

  • Prairie Grove Works To Better Connect School To Students

    PRAIRIE GROVE (KFSM)– The city of Prairie Grove is finishing up a new sidewalk connecting the high school to subdivisions south of of Highway 62 Business before school starts on Tuesday. This is just one part of the city’s larger plan to provide better pedestrian access to the school buildings. Larry Oelrich, the city’s director of public works and administrative services said this is something they have been working on for a while. He said they want to encourage kids […]

  • NEBCO Fire Department’s New Boat To Better Help Beaver Lake Patrons

    GARFIELD (KFSM)– The Northeast Arkansas Benton County Fire Department received their new $375,000 boat that will help protect those out on Beaver Lake. This new boat was built in Seattle, Washington per NEBCO Fire Chief Rob Taylor’s specifications. It has the traits of an ambulance and a fire truck. Taylor said this will change how they respond to certain calls. Before the new boat, they had to wait until a patient came to them before they could start treatment. “Now […]

  • Springdale Mayor Gives Donation To Arkansas Children’s Hospital Northwest

    SPRINGDALE (KFSM) — The mayor of Springdale made a donation to the new Arkansas Children’s Hospital Northwest on Wednesday (Aug. 9). The money comes from an annual prayer breakfast event that is held every year. In years past, Mayor Doug Sprouse said they would collect around $5,000 to $6,000 that would be donated. This year they collected over $23,000, making this the biggest donation they have made. Sprouse said it is encouraging to see the community support the things that […]

  • ArDOT Explains What To Do When Stuck On The Interstate

    NORTHWEST ARKANSAS (KFSM)– The Arkansas Department of Transportation advised drivers Monday (Aug. 7) on what to do when they find themselves stuck on the side of the interstate. This comes after the death of Heather Byars, who was hit and killed on I-49 near Lowell. Danny Straessle, the spokesman for ArDOT said whether you are involved in an accident or simply have car troubles, do not leave your car. “You want to stay in your vehicle,” Straessle said. “You don’t […]

  • Pea Ridge High School Packs Over 17,000 Meals For Local Food Pantry

    PEA RIDGE (KFSM) — A local school was one in eight in the state chosen for the Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield Kickoff Classic event. The Pea Ridge football team, band and cheerleaders packed 17,464 meals in under 30 minutes for a local food pantry. Coach Stephen Neal said he was astounded to see what the kids were able to do for their community. “We try to get across to our kids that this community here at Pea Ridge has […]