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  • Hardee’s Offering Free Sausage Biscuit To Anyone With A Valid Arkansas Hunting License

    ARKANSAS (KTHV) — You can get a free sausage biscuit at Hardee’s! But there’s a catch — you have to have your hunting license! Hunters headed to deer camp to get things ready for the opening weekend of modern gun deer season may want to make a quick pit stop to fuel up at their local star-struck fast-food chain. Every Hardee’s restaurant in Arkansas will give a free sausage biscuit to anyone who shows their valid hunting license to the […]

  • Baby Boy Wakes From 5-Day Coma To Smile At His Dad

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Baby Michael first seemed to be perfectly healthy, a little bundle of joy for his mother and father when he was born last December. At 14 weeks old, however, Michael suffered from heart failure. “Words cannot begin to describe the pain we felt in that moment,” wrote his mother, Emma Labuschagne, on GoFundMe. “We watched our baby breathless, gasping for air while his heart stopped and paramedics worked to save his life. “In that moment I did not […]

  • Sunday Sadness Is Real. Here’s How To Battle The Pre-Workweek Blues

    (CNN) — Many of us begin to groan and moan as our precious weekend comes to an end. It’s not just the interruption of fun with friends and family that triggers the Sunday blues, or what some call the Sunday scaries. It’s also anxiety and dread about the workweek to come. One study found 81% of more than 1,000 respondents said they became progressively more anxious as their restful Sunday came to a close. Psychologists call it “anticipatory anxiety.” Nearly two-thirds reported […]

  • Lyft Is Offering Free Rides So That People Can Go To Job Interviews

    (CNN) — Lyft announced a new initiative that will give riders free or discounted rides to work and during the first three weeks of employment. The Jobs Access Program looks to close the transportation gap in low-income communities, Lyft said in a statement. The rideshare company is partnering with national and local organizations — including the National Down Syndrome Society and United Way — to offer the program in over 35 markets in the US and Canada. “For the unemployed, reliable transportation […]

  • Woman Killed After Explosion During Gender Reveal Announcement In Iowa

    KNOXVILLE, Iowa (KTHV) — A woman is dead following an explosion during a gender-reveal announcement in Marion County Saturday. Deputies were called to a home in the 2000 block of 180th Place in rural Knoxville just after 4:00 p.m. When first responders arrived, they said they found a 56-year-old woman dead at the scene. They said a gender reveal announcement resulted in the explosion, which caused a flying piece of debris to strike the victim. Among those taking part in […]

  • Arkansas Drug Take Back Locations Accepting Vape Products This Year

    ARKANSAS, USA (KTHV) — Arkansas’ 18th Prescription Drug Take Back Day is scheduled for October 26 at various locations throughout the state. Arkansans are prescribed opioids at a rate of 62 pills per every man, woman, and child in the state. With such an influx of pills, half of Arkansas teens report it is easy to obtain prescription drugs from their parent’s or grandparent’s medicine cabinets. New this year, e-cigarette devices and vape pens will be accepted. The e-cigarette devices […]

  • Arkansas Hunter Dies After Being Attacked By Deer He Shot

    ARKANSAS (KTHV) — According to Keith Stephens, Chief of Communications at the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission an Arkansas hunter was killed after a deer that he had just shot attacked him. Wildlife officials said that Thomas Alexander, 66, shot the buck using a muzzleloader while hunting near Yellville, Marion County. Stephens investigated the death and said Alexander approached the deer to check if he had killed it. Stephens said that the deer then attacked Alexander while the 66-year-old was […]

  • Conway Police Searching For Missing Man With Schizophrenia

    CONWAY, Ark. (KTHV) — According to the Conway Police Department, police are searching for a missing and possibly endangered man. Marquie Moore, 25, was last seen walking near Lower Ridge Road on October 11 and was reported missing on October 19. Moore suffers from schizophrenia and does not have his medication. If you see Moore or know of his whereabouts, please contact the Conway Police Department at 501-450-6130.

  • WATCH: Arkansas Unveils Nolan Richardson Court

    It was a pretty cool moment inside Bud Walton as they dedicated the court to Nolan Richardson. Here are a few of the best sights and sounds from today’s ceremony. — Bobby Swofford (@5NEWSBobby) October 20, 2019 (KTHV)  FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Nolan Richardson Court at Bud Walton Arena blends the classic and unmistakable look of the Arkansas Razorbacks, pays homage to the program’s unique relationship with the state while paying tribute to its Hall of Fame and national championship-winning […]

  • Fallen Korean War Veteran From Arkansas Finally Returns Home, 70 Years Later

    (KTHV) LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A long-overdue goodbye merged with a welcome home in front of the flying public at Clinton National Airport in Little Rock as the remains of Cpl. Jerry Garrison arrived back in Arkansas Saturday 69 years after being listed as killed in action during the Korean War. “This is a huge honor for us to be able to do this,” said Lt. Col. Corrie Brice, the battalion commander for the 313th Field Artillery, 75th Brigade. “This […]

  • Opening Date Set For Little Rock Trader Joe’s

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark (KTHV) — Arkansas’ first Trader Joe’s is set to open next week. According to the company’s press release, the grand opening of the new Trader Joe’s location in Little Rock will be Tuesday, Oct. 22. The opening ceremonies will begin at 8:55 a.m. at 11500 Financial Centre Parkway, where a ribbon-cutting will take place. Live music, tastings, and giveaways will be happening throughout the entire day. The store will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 […]

  • Morgan Nick Foundation To Expand, Helping More Arkansas Families

    ALMA, Ark (KTHV) — A generous couple in Alma has allowed the Morgan Nick Foundation to expand its offices to help even more Arkansas families. For the last 19 years, the Morgan Nick Foundation has worked to find missing people out of a small home. This year, the foundation received grants to hire more people. “We added seven staff to our office,” Colleen Nick said. Colleen Nick is the founder. Her daughter, Morgan Nick, disappeared 24 years ago in Alma […]

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