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  • Free Wi-Fi Available For Fans During College World Series In Omaha

    OMAHA, Neb. (KFSM) — Razorback fans making the trip to Omaha for the College World Series can expect a special treat from Cox, free Wi-Fi hotspots. Starting June 14, more than 550 hotspots will be scattered throughout the Omaha metro area for baseball fans can stay connected with all of their online friends. Cox will be at the Omaha Baseball Village, located at The Matt, June 14 through June 21. There, fans can experience an innovative new virtual reality called […]

  • Franklin County Deputies Searching For Man Who’s Been Missing For Over A Month

    FRANKLIN CO. Ark. (KFSM) — Franklin County Sheriff’s Deputies are searching for a man they say has been missing for over a month. Nicholas Shawn Stewart, 41, has been missing from the Altus area since May 5. Stewart is a white male, has brown hair, brown eyes, is 5 feet 10 inches tall and 123 pounds. He has tattoos on his abdomen, back, left hand, left wrist and neck. His mother tells 5NEWS that Stewart needs medication for seizures and […]

  • Texas Pair Sentenced To Federal Prison For 2018 Fort Smith Bank Robbery

    FORT SMITH, Ark. (KFSM) — Two men have been sentenced to over 14 years combined in federal prison for stealing over $18,000 at a Bank OZK (formerly known as Bank of the Ozarks) in Fort Smith last year. On July 26, 2018, Daniel Giles, 29, and Romaris Smith, 24, of Houston, Texas stole two ATM canisters from the bank as employees were changing the machine. The pair drove off but crashed their vehicle in Oklahoma, then fled on foot. They […]

  • Police Respond To Shooting Outside Restaurant In Rogers

    ROGERS, Ark. (KFSM) — Police responded to a shooting that occurred outside of the Freddy’s on Walnut St. in Rogers. According to Keith Foster with the Rogers Police Department, witnesses said two males got into an altercation in the parking lot and during the altercation one of them was shot in the leg. Foster says one of the males left the scene and the other drove himself to Mercy Hospital for treatment. Alva Krewson and her daughter were eating on […]

  • Moffett School Destroyed By Flood, Community Coming Together To Rebuild

    MOFFETT, Okla. (KFSM) — Flood recovery efforts are underway and the small town of Moffett was hit harder than most areas, and so was the school. After a mandatory evacuation in the town, floodwaters completely ruined several classrooms at the school, which holds about 300-400 students up to 8th grade. Mud and grime now cover the desks and chairs that were once occupied by eager students. Almost all of the books and school supplies are a total loss as well. […]

  • Officials Say Harmful Algae Levels Found At Lake Fayetteville, Again

    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KFSM) — Once again officials are warning lake visitors of harmful algae in the water. After recent water samples from the lake, researched found a higher than normal level of algae toxin called Microcystin, or a “bloom.” The spring’s heavy and frequent rainstorms combined with the lake’s nutrient levels and recent warm temperatures have sped up the rapid growth of algae, creating an algae bloom. The rain washes landscaping fertilizers, which contain nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorous, […]

  • Black Hills Energy Giving Away 1,000 Trees To Arkansas Customers

    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KFSM) — Black Hills Energy has partnered with Arbor Day Foundation to give away 1,000 trees to customers wanting to add a shady spot to their home. Starting Monday, April 15, on a first come first served basis, customers can reserve one tree per household. The 3 to 4-foot tall dormant trees will be delivered directly to customers for spring planting from May through early June. “Our partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation in the Energy-Saving Trees program offers […]

  • Kesha Headlining UA Springtime Of Youth Music Festival

    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KFSM) — The University of Arkansas will be hosting Kesha this month during its Springtime of Youth Music Festival. The annual festival is free for U of A – Fayetteville students and those tickets are only available through reservation. This year’s festival will be held at the Washington County Fairgrounds on Saturday, April 27 and gates open at 3:15 p.m. Headlining artists include Kesha, with support from Pusha T, Smallpools, Jerles and Witchsister. Students can reserve tickets now […]

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