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
  • The Pack Shack Opens New Facility In Cave Springs

    CAVE SPRINGS (KFSM)– The Pack Shack held a ribbon cutting ceremony at their new 7,000 sq. ft. warehouse in Cave Springs on Thursday afternoon (April 27). Bret Raymond, the organization’s CEO, said they started back in 2013 in a storage facility. They moved to another facility before finally calling Cave Springs home. The group packages meals for those who are food insecure. “What we’re seeing is we’re able to supply people who need food a nutritious meal,” said party operations […]

  • Assistant Fire Chief Gives Tips To Stay Safe During Flooding

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — With possible flooding in the forecast, an assistant fire chief with the Fayetteville Fire Department gave some advice on what to do when faced with flooding. The issue Thomas Good said they see the most is when drivers attempt to drive through moving water. He said to simply stay away from this hazard and find a way around that is safer. When someone tries to test their luck and drive through that water, Good said they often […]

  • War Eagle Mill Prepares For Possible Flooding

    BENTON COUNTY (KFSM) — The employees of War Eagle Mill spent part of their time on Wednesday moving items from the first floor to the second in case of possible flooding. The mill contains food products, furniture and mill equipment on the first floor. “We have precautionary things that we do,” said Johnice Cross. “So we make sure that our truck is down there to load up stuff, we clear out freezer space, you know try to get some things […]

  • Renovations Being Made To One of Fayettville’s Tallest Buildings

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — Changes are being made to one of the tallest buildings in Fayetteville with the hope that new businesses will call it home. Specialized Real Estate Group purchased the building at 112 Center Street in September. They spent some time going over various plans and recently cleared out all of the walls on the seventh floor. The space now has an almost 360 degree view of the city. Jeremy Hudson, the CEO of Specialized Real Estate Group, said […]

  • Eight Local Schools Make Top 10 High Schools In Arkansas

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM)– A list of the top high schools in the state shows that eight schools located in the River Valley and Northwest Arkansas are the highest ranked in the state. In the number one spot is Haas Hall Academy located in Fayetteville. Founder and Superintendent Dr. Martin Schoppmeyer said he is humbled to see the school he started in a refurbished barn be considered the best in the state. Some students said they were not surprised to hear about […]

  • Former Gang Members Turn To God For Salvation

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — A family rooted in gang culture shared their story of transformation Sunday (April 23) morning to the congregation of the First Baptist Church. Gilbert Gonzalez and his brothers were members of The Kobras in the Springdale area. He said when they moved to Arkansas from California, his uncles brought the lifestyle with them. Gilbert was jumped into the gang at 16, which to his family was just normal. “My mom was proud that we were the next […]

  • High School Students Clean Creek

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — Students from various clubs at Fayetteville High School spent Sunday (April 23) morning picking up trash by Mullins Creek. ASTRA, a club dedicated to community service, and the school’s Green Team worked together to accomplish this goal. Jennifer Cale the president of ASTRA said this is something they do each year. She said they try to do it on Earth Day, but were unable to due to weather this year. Cale explained they usually have a large […]

  • UAPD, Whataburger Hold Event To Raise Money For New Bite Suit Used In K9 Officer Training

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — Whataburger and the University of Arkansas Police Department worked together on Thursday night (April 20) to raise funds for K9 officers. The O Whata Night event donated 20 percent of all sales at the MLK location to the department. Kim Kannarr, the Northwest Arkansas Whataburger marketing coordinator said she was talking to the officers not too long ago and learned about the many costs they have taking care of the K9 officers. “I asked if it was off budget, […]

  • Veterans Return Home After Honor Flight To Washington D.C.

    BENTON COUNTY (KFSM) — A group of veterans returned home on Wednesday (April 19) after a trip to Washington D.C. About 68 veterans flew into XNA after spending the day looking at the memorials meant for them and their fallen brothers. This is all part of the O&A Honor Flight that consists of veterans from World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. Crowds of people anxiously waited in the lobby of the airport for the veterans to […]

  • Professional Fisherman Teaches Young Anglers

    ROGERS (KFSM) — Tuesday afternoon (April 18) a group of students met a professional fisherman at Lake Atalanta to learn what it takes to be a Reel Leader. Greg Bohannan, the Old Spice FLW Pro, made the stop before the FLW Tournament on Beaver Lake at the end of Apri. He said it is always good to get back home and teach others that anything is possible. “To grow up on a farm here in Northwest Arkansas and to realize […]

  • Inventor, Single Mom Advises Anything Is Possible

    ROGERS (KFSM) — A single mother in Rogers is advising others in her position that anything can be accomplished after she invented an exercise tool that offers a core-cardio workout. Christi Brown created the FlexEhoop, which has been on Walmart’s website for about two weeks. She has also been a single mother since 2011. Brown created her product with some help after not having a lot of time to exercise and not liking any of the weighted hula hoops. “A […]

  • Astronaut Brothers Speak At University Of Arkansas

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — Astronaut brothers Mark and Scott Kelly spoke at the University of Arkansas on Wednesday night (April 12) for the Distinguished Lecture Series. Scott Kelly spent a year in space and talked about how being away for that long can change you as a person. “When you’re in space for a long time you do reflect on the fact that a lot of the news coming from planet Earth is bad news. It does make you more of a, I […]