• Healthwatch: Kids in Hot Cars

    17 children have died this year as a result of heat related death from being left in a hot car. Watch this segment for easy tips to remind you of your precious cargo.

  • Deja Vu for NWA Naturals 2014 Season

    The Northwest Arkansas Naturals 2014 season is looking similar to what they accomplished last year. A poor performance in the first half, and a strong second is a mirror image so far.

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    Jogger Hit By SUV And Killed Near Prairie Grove Identified; Driver Cited

    PRAIRIE GROVE (KFSM) – The driver whose Jeep Cherokee hit and killed a  jogger on Tuesday (July 15) near Prairie Grove has been cited, police said. Jason Purvis, 35, of Prairie Grove was cited on suspicion of negligent homicide, reckless driving and driving right of roadway, said Capt. Jeff O’Brien of the Prairie Grove Police Department. […]

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    Fayetteville Police Discover Body At Candlewood Suites

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — Police found the body of a 27-year-old woman on Sunday (July 13) at Fayetteville hotel, said Sgt. Craig Stout, department spokesman. The body was found at the Candlewood Suites at 2270 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Stout said. A cleaning crew was unable to get the resident to come to the door […]

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    Man Driving Jeep Hydroplanes In Sequoyah County, Injures Two

    A man driving a 2003 Jeep hydroplaned in Sequoyah County on Thursday (July 10), and two people inside the jeep were injured as a result, according to a collision report from the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety. The accident occurred at 8:17 p.m. at mile marker 325 on Interstate 40 east., the report states. The […]

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    Sebastian County Deputies Arrest Hackett Man In Child Porn Case

    The Sebastian County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Hackett man in connection with a child porn case on Wednesday (July 9), according to a news release. Raymond Freitas, 42, was arrested after a joint investigation by the Sebastian County Sheriff’s Office, the Hackett Police Department and the Homeland Security Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, the […]

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    Fireworks Likely Cause Of Rogers House Fires

    Fireworks likely caused two house fires in Rogers on July 5, according to the Rogers Fire Department. One of the residences engulfed in flames was located at the 2400 block of W. Mulberry St., and the other was located at the 800 block of N. C St. Although the department said fireworks were likely to […]

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    Fort Smith Golf Pro Wins Hickory Stick World Championship

    Jeremy Moe just won the World Hickory Match Play Championship at the Philadelphia Cricket Club. The one rule is that players have to use technology from the 1920s.


    Oklahoma State Trooper Arrested On Suspicion Of DUI Following SUV Accident

    The Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP) confirmed that an Oklahoma State Trooper was arrested on suspicion of DUI after a collision involving a patrol vehicle and boat on Thursday (July 3). The accident occurred in Sequoyah County at approximately 4:30 p.m. The accident happened approximately one mile west of U.S. 59 on Applegate Cove Road south of Sallisaw, […]

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    Djokovic Takes Down Federer To Win Wimbledon

    Novak Djokovic wins second Wimbledon title in 5 sets against Roger Federer. He moves into no. 1 ranking.

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    Whirlpool Reaches Resolution With Property Owners In Lawsuit

    Whirlpool announced that the company has reached a resolution with property owners in a class-action lawsuit, according to a news release from the company. The class-action lawsuit was in relation to contaminated groundwater near the former Whirlpool manufacturing facility in Fort Smith. “As part of Whirlpool’s ongoing commitment to the residents of Fort Smith, this […]

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    Garrett’s Blog: No Burn Bans

    In prior years, we’ve seen drought conditions as we approach the July 4th holiday. That’s not the case this year. Although rainfall is below normal for the year, the heaviest rain occurred in late spring and early summer which has led to lush vegetation and a lower than normal brush fire risk. Neither Arkansas nor […]