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    Protect Fayetteville Files Lawsuit Challenging Validity Of Civil Rights Ordinance

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — A day before the start of early voting, the group Protect Fayetteville filed a lawsuit challenging the validity of the Uniform Civil Rights Protection Ordinance 5781. The lawsuit was filed by Story Law Firm Monday (Aug. 31) on behalf of Protect Fayetteville, and Fayetteville residents Paul Sagan, Peter Tonnessen and Paul Phaneuf. […]

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    Deadly Fake Viagra: Online Pharmacies Suspected Of Selling Counterfeit Drugs

    “Buy real Viagra here, for a fraction of the price! Free Shipping included! All without a prescription!” shout the online headlines. A quick Google search brings up a plethora of enticing choices for any consumer looking for a deal on one of the world’s most popular prescription medications. Need beta blockers to bring down your […]

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    Fayetteville Favorite Heading Into New Season

    Bulldogs using loss in 2014 title game as motivation to claim championship this fall

  • Harris County, Texas, Deputy Darren H. Goforth was shot and killed for no apparent reason at a service station August 28, 2015, by Shannon J. Miles.

    Killer Unloaded ‘Entire Pistol’ Into Deputy, DA Says

    HOUSTON (CNN) — The deputy never saw the man who walked up behind him and shot 15 times, a Harris County, Texas, prosecutor said Monday. Deputy Darren Goforth was found in a pool of blood next to his patrol car, which he had been filling up with gas at the time of this death, District […]

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    Italy Arrests 10 In Migrant Deaths At Sea; Austrian Officials Sort Out Deaths On Land

    (CNN) — Authorities in Hungary and Italy have made arrests in the deaths of scores migrants and refugees this week, including 71 whose bodies were found in an abandoned truck in Austria. Those who died in Austria — most likely fleeing war-ravaged Syria — probably suffocated inside the truck abandoned on a highway, authorities said […]

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    Police: Suspect In Fort Smith Shooting In Custody

    FORT SMITH (KFSM) — A suspect wanted in connection to a shooting that injured another man was apprehended Friday (Aug. 28), according to the Fort Smith Police Department. Police said Brandon Mathis, 18, shot Gustavo Delgado, 28, Thursday in an alley behind a residence in the 2100 block of North I Street. The shooting was […]

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    Police ID Suspect Accused Of Shooting Man In Fort Smith

    FORT SMITH (KFSM) — The Fort Smith Police Department was searching for a man wanted in connection to a shooting behind El Super Taco located at 2100 Grand¬† Avenue Thursday (Aug. 27). Police said they are looking for Brandon Mathis, 18, in the shooting of Gustavo Delgado, 28. Delgado was shot at least twice, once […]

  • Kutest Kidz Contest Winners!

    You voted, and they won! Results are in, and congratulations to Briar, Brady, Kenley, Grayson, and Aubriana, the winners of our 2015 Kutest Kidz Contest!

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    Ashley Madison Cheaters List Now Searchable Online

    NEW YORK (CNN) — It was only a matter of time. The stolen database of 32 million people who used cheating website Ashley Madison has made its way to the Web. And it’s easily searchable on several websites.Just plug in a name or email address, and you’ll find out if someone who signed up for […]

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    Fayetteville Water Line Leak Fixed, Conservation Measures No Longer Needed

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — The City of Fayetteville announced Monday (August 17) that water conservation measures are no longer needed after crews repaired a leaking water transmission line this weekend, according to a release from the city. Test results from the Arkansas Department of Health came back Saturday and indicated the newly flowing water was safe […]

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    Water In Fayetteville To Return To Normal By Sunday

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — The City of Fayetteville is asking that businesses and residents continue the temporary conservation efforts through Sunday (Aug. 16), according to officials. The city went into conservation mode Friday (Aug. 14)¬†and contacted businesses and residents to to restrict water usage to drinking, cooking and personal hygiene. They also suggested that automatic irrigation […]

  • Child Abuse Detection Workshop Held At NWACC

    BENTONVILLE (KFSM) — Local law enforcement agencies and prosecutors came together Thursday (Aug. 13) for a training session on how to better detect and investigate child abuse cases. Organizers said around 50 professionals from Washington and Benton County attended the training at the National Child Protection Training Center. Benton County Prosecutor Nathan Smith said the […]