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  • Bullets

    Utah Lawmakers Back The Return To Death By Firing Squad

    UTAH (KUTV) - Shots that have drawn attention from all over the world may reverberate again in Utah; a legislative panel voted 9-2 on Nov. 19 supporting a “draft bill” to bring back the firing squad as a means to execute inmates, affiliate station KUTV reported. “We’re being forced to (do this) actually,” said Rep. Paul […]

  • uber

    Uber: Not Allowed In Fayetteville, Allowed In Little Rock

    LITTLE ROCK (KFSM) – Transportation company Uber may not be allowed to operate in Fayetteville, but it is allowed to operate in Little Rock, officials say. Uber is a transportation company that allows users to order ride shares through a smartphone app to get from place to place. Payment is made by credit card information […]

  • RobinPhillips2

    Springdale Woman Accused Of Shooting Husband In Face Gets New Trial Date

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) – A new trial date has been set for a Springdale woman accused of shooting her husband in the face last year, officials said. Robin Phillips’ trial had been scheduled to begin Nov. 18 but was rescheduled to start in the spring because the results of her mental evaluation are not in, according […]

  • snow in buffalo

    Four Killed As ‘Thunder Snow’ Slams New York

    (CNN)- Buffalo, New York, is no stranger to cold weather, but Tuesday’s lake-effect storm and its upwards of 6 feet of snow was staggering for the city. “This storm is basically a knife that went right through the heart of Erie County,” said Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz. “I can’t remember and I don’t think […]

  • March 2012: Pipes are ready to be put in place for the Keystone pipeline in Cushing, Oklahoma.

    Keystone Pipeline Bill Dies In The Senate, For Now

    WASHINGTON (CNN)- The Senate blocked a measure Tuesday (Nov. 18) that would have authorized construction of the Keystone XL pipeline as Democrats chose their pro-environment base over an old friend — embattled Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu. The vote could just be a speed bump for the Keystone project, with Republicans ready to try again — […]

  • SEWING

    Testing Out The Sew Cool Sewing Studio

    After being chosen by kids, the Sew Cool Sewing Studio is expected to be one of Walmart’s bestselling gifts this holiday season. The crew of 5NEWS This Morning tested out the sewing machine, to see if it lived up the hype, and the results were owl-tstanding!

  • A doctor who spent time treating Ebola patients in West Africa died from the virus Monday, Nov. 17, 2014. The death of Dr. Martin Salia, who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone, marks the second time Ebola has claimed a victim in the United States.

    Doctor’s Death Marks Second U.S. Ebola Fatality

    (CNN)- A doctor who spent time treating Ebola patients in West Africa died from the virus Monday in Nebraska. The death of Dr. Martin Salia, who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone, marks the second time Ebola has claimed a victim in the United States. “It was an absolute honor to care for Dr. Salia,” said […]

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    Construction Equipment Tips Over, Slows Traffic In Fayetteville

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) – A track hoe tipped over on a main road in Fayetteville slowing traffic on Monday morning (Nov. 17) before 11:15 a.m., officials say. The track hoe was being carried on a trailer when the hitch broke, causing trailer to dig into the pavement and flip the machinery over on its side, according to […]

  • arkansas football ots left

    Arkansas Shuts Down LSU To End SEC Skid

    Razorbacks shutout Tigers for first conference win since 2012 season

  • Martin Luther King Jr.

    Anonymous FBI Letter Tells MLK To Kill Himself

    (CNN)- Yale Historian Beverly Gage recently uncovered the first copy of an unredacted “anonymous” FBI letter sent to Martin Luther King Jr. telling him to kill himself. Click here to see the blacked out version of the FBI threat letter There are dozens of such menacing memos and letters held in the U.S. archives that […]

  • money stack

    $1 Billion Divorce Settlement ‘Disappointing’

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney)- Sue Ann Hamm, the former wife of oil billionaire Harold Hamm, plans on appealing an Oklahoma court ruling earlier this week which awarded her nearly $1 billion in the couples’ divorce. Mrs. Hamm, 58, contends the award is not fair. The couple were married for 26 years, have two children and had […]

  • royal family

    Prince William, Catherine To Visit U.S. Next Month

    NEW YORK (CNN)- Prince William and his wife, Catherine, will cross the pond to New York for the first time next month, paying their respects to victims at the National September 11 Memorial and Museum in lower Manhattan and catching a Brooklyn Nets game at the Barclays Center. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge last […]