Scott Miller couldn’t be happier to be back in Arkansas. He joins the 5NEWS staff as a weekend anchor and reporter.

He moved to Berryville in 1979 to work for the local radio station and he’s been a fan of the Natural State and the Razorbacks ever since.

While working in Fayetteville Scott was the voice of the Arkansas Razorback baseball team during the final year the Hogs were in the Southwest Conference.

Most recently Scott worked at a television station in Lawton, Oklahoma.

Scott and his wife Judith have two adult children, Brittany and Cody.

Recent Articles
  • Jim Lindsey Subject of Documentary on Hogs and Business Success

    Former Razorback football player and businessman Jim Lindsey is the subject of a documentary that makes its debut this fall in Fayetteville. NFL owner Jerry Jones, Lindsey’s teammate on the 1964 National Championship team lends his voice to the project. The two men rode their success as Razorbacks to success in business. Documentary film maker Clint Fullen said some people were skeptical of Lindsey’s first foray into real estate,  “People thought maybe he was being a little foolish with the […]

  • Benton County Runners Brave The Cold Weather

    Snow fell in Arkansas for the first time ever in May on Friday morning, dropping temperatures into the 30’s. But that didn’t stop some runners from taking to the streets in Bentonville on Friday night. Big crowds bundled up for the Gold Rush 5K and fun run that benefits Bentonville schools. Almost 2700 people registered for the event, and the weather, as cold as it is, wasn’t a factor. “All the schools all the kids came out to support their […]

  • Will Your Plants Last this Cold Spring?

    If your plants weren’t covered Thursday night the cold temperatures and snow may have done them in. But a Northwest Arkansas nursery owner says there is still time to protect your plants as temperatures continue to drop this weekend. Mark Rockwell has been a nurseryman for 26 years at Rockwell Farms Nursery. He’s not used to this weather in May. “I mean we have sold some trees and some shrubs today which can handle the cold obviously but as far […]

  • Area Poised For First May Snowfall

    Arkansas has never experienced any snow in the month of May but snow could fall in the area early Friday. The National Weather Service has two “Official Weather Stations” in Northwest Arkansas. The two are located at Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport and Drake Field. You could see snow falling in your backyard but that wouldn’t count toward the record because the National Weather Service only recognizes what happens at the “Official Weather Stations.” Steve Piltz with the National Weather Service […]

  • Rain or Shine Hot Dogs are Always Cooking on Dickson Street

    Cody Yancey spent 8 years in the Army, and then one day when he was visiting his brother near the Duke University campus he literally saw his future outside a bar. Sounds like a joke, a man walks out of a bar and sees his future. But this is no joke, Cody Yancey owns a hot dog stand. Sounds simple, all you need to do is buy the cart, buy some dogs and you’re in business. “I thought it would […]

  • Man Arrested For Shooting Into Bentonville Club

    Early Friday (April 26) Bentonville Police chased a man after they say fired shots into Bentley’s Private Club after hours. At 3:43 a.m., the club manager called 911 and reported shots gunshots at the club at 911 Southeast 28th Street. The business was closed at the time, but the manager was there. Within two minutes of the call to the police, an officer was there, and witnessed more shots being fired into the business, Bentonville Police Chief Jon Simpson said. […]

  • Joe Martin Stage Race Draws in Thousands of Spectators and Dollars

    Day two of the 36th annual Joe Martin Stage Race takes off Friday (April 26). The biggest names in cycling are in Northwest Arkansas this weekend for the competitive cycling event. Thousands of people are already in town spending their money and thousands more are expected to join them. Day one was Thursday afternoon at Devils Den State Park with 700 riders enduring the 2.5 grueling miles uphill. Courteney Lowe is one of many competitors from around the globe. She`s […]

  • UA Police Investigating Alleged Acquaintance Rape

    A University of Arkansas student told the University Police Department that she was raped last Saturday. UAPD says it has collected evidence and sent it to the state crime lab for analysis. No arrests have been made and the investigation continues. University Police are calling it an acquaintance rape, meaning that the alleged victim knew the person she says raped her. In the last two years there have been six forcible sexual assaults on the U of A campus, five […]

  • Officials Survey Benton County Flooding Damage

    Three Benton County roads remained closed Friday night, after heavy rains washed out Northwest Arkansas roads Thursday. Several roads in the county have been restored since the Friday morning (April 19) commute, when 21 Benton County roads remained closed. Surveyors from the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management are expected to be in Benton County assessing the damage. County Road Department Superintendent Jack Brown went up in a helicopter with emergency managers to see a birds eye view of the hardest […]

  • Bella Vista Businesses Flooded

    Flooding forced golf courses and businesses to close in Bella Vista Thursday (April 18). “I got here at 5:30 this morning, water was about four inches deep in the whole dry cleaning shop running out the front door,” said Wayne Phillips owns Village Dry Cleaners in the Cunningham Corner Shopping Center. Phillips says the running water created a mess for neighboring businesses as well. Damage from flooding wasn’t limited to indoor businesses. Darryl Muldoon is the assistant golf pro at […]

  • Farmer Speaks Out Against Council’s Pollution Claims

    Cassie Davis and her husband Scott are third generation farmers. They milk about 150 Holsteins twice a day on their farm not far from Prairie Grove. Cassie says it isn’t an easy life, but she’s proud to be a farmer, “Two percent of the population in America feeds 100 percent of the nation.” Even though she’s a dairy farmer, and doesn’t even know the family with the proposed hog farm, she wanted members of the Fayetteville City Council to understand […]

  • Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission Considers Mass Transit Options

    The Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission is asking for input regarding the need for additional mass transit options in Northwest Arkansas. If you’d like to voice your opinion about mass transit in Northwest Arkansas you may visit the regional planning commission website at

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