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  • Van Buren School District

    VBHS Graduation Moved Inside Due to Rain in the Forecast

    VAN BUREN (KFSM) – Administrators at Van Buren High School have moved Friday night’s (May 22nd) graduation ceremony inside the basketball arena, according to the district’s text alert system. Administrators said earlier this week that, due to rain in the forecast, plans to have the ceremony on the school’s football field could be changed. They […]

  • PHOTOS: Heavy Rain At Fort Smith Pavilion

      FORT SMITH (KFSM) — Heavy rain overnight caused flooding at the Fort Smith Pavilion. As a result, Old Navy, Shoe Carnival and Sports Clips were all flooded. The Fort Smith Pavilion’s property managers contacted the three store owners that received damage in the early morning hours Wednesday (May 20). The owners of the Shoe […]

  • Benefits to Orange Juice

    You might want to reach for a glass of orange juice after you’re done working out or anytime of day for that matter.

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    Arkansas Baseball State Tournament Brackets & Results

    Complete brackets and scores from all baseball state tournaments

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    Arkansas Softball State Tournament Brackets & Results

    Complete brackets and scores from all spring Arkansas high school state tournament

  • Flooding on Horsehead Creek in Johnson Co taken by Billie Nichols.

    Garrett’s Blog: Wet May

    The wettest May in years continues with more rainfall expected later this week on Wednesday followed by another soaking this weekend. This could end up being on the Top 10 wettest May’s on record for the Fort Smith area. Here are the totals as of Monday May 18th: Typically May is one of the wetter […]

  • BENTONVILLE POLICE

    Bulletproof Vests Donated For Bentonville K-9 Units

    BENTONVILLE (KFSM) – The K-9 units with the Bentonville Police Department each received a new bulletproof vest thanks to PetArmor, Walmart and Sam’s Club. The group donated three vests (the equivalent of $2,850) to the Bentonville Police Department so each K-9 unit would have one, according to a news release. The Bentonville Police Department’s three […]

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    Arkansas Soccer State Tournament Brackets & Results

    Complete results and updated brackets for state soccer tournaments

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    Eureka Springs Voters Uphold Anti-Discrimination Ordinance

    EUREKA SPRINGS (KFSM)- Voters in Eureka Springs decided to keep an anti-discrimination ordinance passed by the City Council in February. The city held a special election Tuesday (May 12) to let voters decide whether the law should be repealed. Final results show 579 votes were cast for ratification of the ordinance and 231 were cast […]

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    Senate Democrats Block First Vote On Obama’s Trade Deal

    CBS News – Senate Democrats blocked a vote to begin considering a bill that would speed up congressional approval of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). With all but one Democrat opposing the bill, President Obama now faces an even tougher battle to conclude the deal. The vote Tuesday would have begun debate on Trade Promotion Authority […]

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    Fort Smith Residents Clean Up Debris Following Severe Storms

    FORT SMITH (KFSM)- A lot of homeowners in parts of Fort Smith are cleaning up and assessing damage Monday (May 11) after storms swept through the area this weekend. Gene Bruick lives on Free Ferry Road and he’s got a big mess on his hands after the storms brought down one of his trees. “Well, […]

  • Nicholas Rodriguez

    Fayetteville Man Accused Of Trying To Burn House With Kids Inside

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) – A Fayetteville man was arrested on Thursday (May 7) and accused of┬átrying to burn a house down with multiple children inside, police say. Nicholas Rodriguez, 32, was booked into the Washington County Detention Center and faces six counts of attempted capital murder, parole violation, aggravated assault, arson and terrorist threatening, jail records […]