Seth was born and raised in Russellville, Arkansas. In 2011, the Pottsville High School graduate then moved to Conway where he spent the next 3 years studying journalism at the University of Central Arkansas. The proud member of the Norbert O. Schedler Honors College received the opportunity to work with KAIT in Northeast Arkansas where he spent 2 years reporting. Even though it was a tough decision, Seth decided to continue his reporting career by moving west. He is now with KFSM and is excited to continue sharing your stories with others.


Recent Articles
  • Plane Crashes Northeast Of Eureka Springs

    CARROLL COUNTY (KFSM) — Carroll County investigators and first responders were called to a report of a plane crash Thursday (June 14) afternoon. Errol Severe, president of Aviation Cadet World, said the plane that crashed was an Aeronca L-16 historic military aircraft. The plane was taking off from Silver Wings Field off of County Road 207 northeast of Eureka Springs when it crashed. The plane came to rest approximately 75 yards east of the airstrip and was intact following impact.  […]

  • Free Fishing Weekend Begins In Arkansas

    CENTERTON (KFSM)– Starting at noon on Friday (June 8), people all over Arkansas can fish anywhere for free without having to get a fishing license or trout permit. As a part of this event, hatcheries around the state will hold a free fishing derby for kids. All week hatcheries like Centerton’s Charlie Craig State Hatchery have been getting ready for the over one thousand kids they usually see. Joe Adams, the manager of the hatchery, said they have been stocking […]

  • Tattoo Shop To Help One Of Their Own After Attack

    BENTONVILLE (KFSM) — A Northwest Arkansas tattoo shop will hold a special event to help their boss after an incident late Monday night. In a post on Facebook, Odyssey Tattoo said the owner of the business was the victim of a hate crime. It stated that the man was targeted because of his sexual orientation and was called homophobic slurs during the attack. An employee said the man may have fractured his arm as a result of the incident. The […]

  • 17 Juveniles Arrested In Prairie Grove As Summer Kicks Off

    PRAIRIE GROVE (KFSM)– In less than a month, Prairie Grove police arrested 17 juveniles for various crimes including breaking and entering as well as theft of property. Captain Jeff O’Brien with the department said they usually see kids committing crimes like this once school ends. Arresting 17 in such a short amount of time is very unusual for them though. He said the average age of those they have arrested is 16 to 17 years old. “From the few that […]

  • Tontitown Police Investigate Westbrook Subdivision Vehicle Break-Ins

    TONTITOWN (KFSM) — Tontitown police are investigating a set of vehicle break-ins that took place Wednesday night after they received multiple calls Thursday morning. Captain Wes Hart said at least three vehicles had windows busted and items taken. “There has been over $10,000 worth of credit card transactions at the Pineville, Joplin and Neosho area,” Hart said. “So we are working to track those transactions down so we have over $10,000 worth of charges. Let alone, that’s not including property […]

  • 7hills Employee Discusses Importance Of Events Like The Million Meals Campaign

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — With just a few days left in Arvest’s Million Meals Campaign, a woman who used to receive help from 7hills and now works there discusses the importance of these events. Around eight years ago, Kristina Andazola went through a divorce. She said she was left with everything including all the bills. Andazola said she did everything she could to keep her and her children off the streets. She soon discovered the help that 7hills provided. She said […]

  • Downtown Revitalization Underway For Prairie Grove

    PRAIRIE GROVE (KFSM) — One Northwest Arkansas community is working to bring new life back to their downtown. For a few months now, Prairie Grove has worked to bring positive attention to the area. Many know it for the antique stores, but some are hoping they will be known for a lot more here in the future. The Chairman of the Prairie Grove Downtown Network Rick Ault said like many other places in Northwest Arkansas, they are experiencing growth. That […]

  • Memorial Day Event Showcases Services For Veterans

    SPRINGDALE (KFSM)– Along with honoring those who died for this country this Memorial Day weekend, the Springdale VFW Post 2952 Auxiliary showcased services for veterans in Northwest Arkansas Saturday (May 26). This is the first year the group hosted their Family Freedom Festival at the Walter Turnbow Park . As with any Memorial Day, their goal was to honor the men and women who gave everything to protect the country. They know though that there are many veterans still with […]

  • Historic Fayetteville Home Deemed Endangered By Preserve Arkansas

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — The Little Rock based group Preserve Arkansas placed the Thomas-Tharp home in Fayetteville on it’s list of Arkansas’ Most Endangered Places. The home located on W. Old Farmington has been in the area since around the Civil War. Rachel Whitaker, the research specialist at the Shiloh Museum, said the home was at one point used as a triage center for soldiers who fought at the Battle of Prairie Grove. On their list, Preserve Arkansas said the home […]

  • Incumbents Hold On In Benton County Recount

    BENTONVILLE (KFSM) — A voluntary recount Thursday (May 24) in Benton County reaffirmed narrow victories for the Republican incumbents in races for state House districts 90 and 91 following Tuesday’s (May 22) preferential primary. In district 90, Rep. Jana Della Rosa received 1,069 votes (50.09 %) to Kendon Underwood’s 1,065 (49.91 %). The recount added an extra vote in Della Rosa’s favor. The Benton County Election Commission initiated the recount because the races were so close, according to Kim Dennison, […]

  • Nicole Clowney Talks Primary Election Win

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — Nicole Clowney won the Democratic nomination in the primary elections for State Representative for District 86 Tuesday night and said she was excited to to hear the results as the final numbers came in. Since November 2017, Clowney has campaigned in her district. She said she first got the idea to run after hearing some state legislative sessions while working with the group Moms Demand Action. Clowney said it has been a lot of work but she […]

  • Couple Shares Dogpatch USA Stories Through New Documentary

    NORTHWEST ARKANSAS (KFSM)– For the past year, a Northwest Arkansas couple have collected stories from people all over the country about the old theme park, Dogpatch USA, located near Harrison, Arkansas. Dogpatch USA is a theme park that opened in 1968 and was based on Al Capp’s comic Li’l Abner. It closed down around 1993. Fifty years to the day the park opened, Jeff and Heather Carter premiered their documentary “Dogpatch USA” in Harrison. Jeff said when his father died […]