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    Razorbacks Run Past UAB In Homecoming Rout

    Arkansas scores on first six possessions in rout against Blazers

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    KKK Fliers Distributed In Bentonville Neighborhood

    BENTONVILLE (KFSM) – A Bentonville woman called authorities and said she and several of her neighbors received Ku Klux Klan (KKK) propaganda on their doorsteps on Friday morning (Oct. 24), authorities say. The letter identifies the KKK as a Christian organization and is addressed to “ladies.” It asks the “ladies of America” if they’re tired of: […]

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    Phone Bills Could Go Up in Oklahoma to Fund 911 Call Centers

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFSM) – Cell phone users across Oklahoma could soon be paying higher fees to fund 911 call centers. The reason behind the possible increase being that fewer people are using landlines which means money collected from 911 fees are down. It also means that the 911 call centers are underfunded as a result. […]

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    Train Trips To Continue, As Crash’s Initial Investigation Wraps Up

    WASHINGTON COUNTY (KFSM) – The Arkansas & Missouri Railroad company will continue its excursion train trips Thursday, a week after two trains collided near West Fork, injuring 44 people on-board. The announcement comes the same day federal safety investigators said they are wrapping up their preliminary investigation into the collision. The day-long passenger train trips […]

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    Soldier Shot Dead At Canadian War Memorial Near Parliament

    CBS News – A soldier standing guard at Canada’s National War Memorial in Ottawa was shot by an unknown gunman. The gunman was later killed in a shootout inside the nearby Parliament building, police say. Officials announced Wednesday afternoon the soldier later died of his wounds. Police say they are looking for as many as […]

  • Van Buren Mayoral Candidates Expect Close Race Again

    VAN BUREN (KFSM)- For a second time, Max Blake, the general manager of his family-owned construction company will face-off against incumbent Mayor Robert Freeman. “I decided five years ago that I wanted to try and be involved with the city of Van Buren and try and figure out ways I could help grow the city, […]

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    State Rep Wants Answers On Washington County Ballot Glitch

    WASHINGTON COUNTY (KFSM) – A local state representative says he wants answers to how candidates’ party affiliations were left off of Washington County digital ballots Monday, the first day of early voting for the November general elections. Rep. Justin Harris (R – West Fork) is afraid some voters’ voices may not be properly heard because […]

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    Center Asks For More Blood Donations After Train Collision Near West Fork

    WASHINGTON COUNTY (KFSM) – Local blood center officials are asking for more donations in the wake of Thursday’s train crash near West Fork. A train engine collided with a passenger train, hospitalizing 44 passengers. The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks sent out a notice Thursday night stating the organization is urging blood donors with […]

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    CDC: Nurse With Ebola Transferring To Atlanta

    (CNN) — The second Dallas health care worker who was found to have the Ebola virus should not have boarded a commercial jet Monday, health officials say. Because she had helped care for Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan, and because another health worker who cared for Duncan had been diagnosed with Ebola, the worker was […]

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    Texas Health Worker Is Positive For Ebola, Would Be 1st Ebola Transmission In U.S.

    (CNN) –A female nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas has tested positive for Ebola after a preliminary test, the state’s health agency said. Confirmatory testing will be conducted Sunday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta. Test results are expected to be announced later in the day. The employee helped […]

  • October Is Pregnancy And Infant Loss Awareness Month

    LAVACA (KFSM)-On March 25, 2013, Sam Boyce went to see her doctor for a routine check-up. She was in the third-trimester of her pregnancy at the time. What she didn’t know, was that her blood pressure was high. The doctor checked on Bella, and all was fine, but moments later, the baby’s heart stopped beating. […]

  • Victims Identified in Deadly Tractor Trailer Collision in Spiro

    SPIRO (KFSM) – Two people who were killed after their tractor trailers collided in Spiro on Wednesday morning (Oct. 8) have been identified. Donald Sharp, 58, of Fort Smith and Kelvin Hudson, 47, of Keota, Oklahoma were both pronounced dead at the scene, according to an accident report from Oklahoma Highway Patrol. “My husband was […]