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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 […]

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    Arkansas Shuts Down LSU To End SEC Skid

    Razorbacks shutout Tigers for first conference win since 2012 season

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    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 […]

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    $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 […]

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    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 […]

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    Mansfield Candidate Declared Winner In Race Left Off Some Ballots

    SCOTT COUNTY (KFSM) – A candidate for Mansfield City Council has officially won his race, despite it mistakenly being left off of Scott County ballots. Nathan Sterling gathered 130 votes (63 percent) to incumbent alderwoman Christie Salmaron’s 55 (26 percent) and candidate Tyna Martin’s 23 votes (11 percent) during the general election for the at-large […]

  • Crews Start Prepping Roads For Winter Weather

    FORT SMITH (KFSM) – The Arkansas Highway Department is gearing up for a wintery mix this season by adding two hundred more drivers to its staff. They’re also getting out on the roads Friday (Nov.14) in our area. Crews will start pre-treating the roads with sand ahead of the wintery mix expected to move in. “We […]

  • Fayetteville Civil Rights Ordinance Supporters Hold Campaign Rally

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) – Supporters of Fayetteville’s Civil Rights Ordinance kicked off their campaign against repealing it on Thursday (Nov. 13). The rally was organized by a group called Keep Fayetteville Fair, which backs Ordinance 119. The Fayetteville City Council passed the ordinance in August, but opponents collected enough signatures to force a special election, which […]

  • On Friday, Sept. 19, 2014, Secret Service said Omar Gonzalez hopped the north fence of the White House and sprinted just past the north portico doors where he was stopped. Gonzalez had a Spyderco VG-10 folding knife on her person when he was arrested. This image showing Gonzalez running across the lawn was taken from CNN's White House beauty shot camera.

    Review Faults Secret Service’s Training, Communications

    WASHINGTON (CNN)- Organizational confusion, gaps in training, a series of communication failures and more allowed Omar Gonzalez to jump a fence and enter the White House in a September incident that led to the Secret Service director’s resignation. The Department of Homeland Security published an in-depth review of the failures that allowed Gonzalez to run […]

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    Springdale Clinic Integrates With Mercy Bringing Company Into Washington County

    WASHINGTON COUNTY (KFSM) – Mercy is making its entrance into Washington County by integrating with a clinic in Springale, according to a news release. Mercy is a health company that includes a 200-bed hospital in Rogers, an outpatient surgery center in Bentonville and 30 clinic locations in other areas including Bella Vista, Centerton, Lowell and […]

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    Workers Trapped 68 Floors Up At One World Trade Center Rescued

    CBS News – Two window washers, who became trapped on scaffolding near the 68th floor of One World Trade Center, have been rescued. CBS New York reported the incident began at around 12:45 p.m. on the south side of the building. Initial reports suggest the washers were done cleaning the windows and were about to […]

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    Michael Brown’s Parents Address U.N.: ‘We Need The World To Know’

    (CNN)- The parents of Michael Brown, a Missouri teen killed by police, testified before a U.N. committee Tuesday because they want the world to know “what’s going on in Ferguson.” Lesley McSpadden and Michael Brown Sr. spoke to the United Nations Committee Against Torture — which also works against cruel or degrading treatment or punishment […]