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  • Camilla+Parker+Bowles+Prince+Charles+Camilla+pSo4ePv2QTDl Prince Charles and Camilla Visiting the U.S. - Prince Charles and wife Camilla are in the U.S. for a four-day visit. The royals are spending the day visiting sites in and around the nation’s capital. During their stay, Prince Charles will meet with President Obama. On Friday, the royal couple is going to […]
  • kraft Kraft Foods Recalls Mac-and-Cheese - Kraft announced a major recall of its macaroni and cheese. Officials say some of its 7.25 ounce boxes of mac-and-cheese may contain small metal pieces. Roughly 242,000 cases are included in the recall and the boxes have a use-by date of September 18th. Officials with […]
  • white_house_02 Possible Cyanide Laced Package Sent to White House - A potentially-tainted package was sent to The White House. A spokesman for the Secret Service says an envelope found Monday in The White House’s screening facility is being tested. Officials say there’s a chance the envelope may have cyanide inside. No injuries or illnesses have […]
  • St_Patricks_Day_New_Large_Wallpaper St. Patrick’s Day Dickson St. Pub Crawl Tomorrow - Fans of St. Patrick’s Day festivities listen up. The 8th annual St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl will begin tomorrow around 6 pm at Common Grounds where participants can pick up a list of the bars that are celebrating. About 15 bars on Dickson Street are […]
  • storm drains Local Artists to Paint Storm Drains - Four local artists are taking their skills to the streets. They were selected to paint mini-murals on the storm drain covers to raise awareness of storm water pollution. The Arkansas Arts Council is providing the money for each artist and all of these projects will […]
  • ireland-pharmaceutical-drugs_shutterstock_300 Drugs Made Legal in Ireland — On Accident. - Several drugs have been made legal in Ireland today but don’t get too excited folks An appeals court ruling to a bill in 1977 has temporarily made possession of drugs including ecstasy, ketamine, and magic mushrooms legal in the country. Lawmakers have been working on […]
  • bird-flu Bird Flu Case Reported in Arkansas - The USDA confirmed a case of the bird flu in Northern Arkansas this morning. The disease is isolated to one farm in Boone County where the strain has been identified in the past. It is considered to be a fairly low risk to people right […]
  • justin-harris State Representative Blames Behavior Problems as Reason for Re-homing Children - In a press conference last week, Arkansas State Representative Harris explained a situation that has a lot of people upset. He said that him and his wife took three sisters into foster care. But five months later, they returned the oldest to DHS because of […]
  • 640x360_breaking_news BREAKING — Student Reports Sexual Assault in Parking Garage - Breaking news tonight, according to a RAZAlert message, a student reported that she was sexually assaulted in the Harmon parking garage. It happened February 26th at around 6:30pm. The student said she was approached by an unknown white man asking for help jump starting his […]
  • Walton_Arts_Center Walton Arts Center Gets $5 Million Grant - The Walton Family Foundation awarded a $5 million grant today in support of expanding the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville. The money will go towards expanding the Starr Theater and new staging equipment. Officials hope the renovations will be finished in the fall of 2016.
  • robbery Springdale Police Search for Robbery Suspect - Springdale Police are looking for two men involved in a robbery. A woman told police she was attacked by two men while getting out of her car in her driveway. The woman says the men demanded money The two men fled when a member of […]
  • cmsimg_1357331247 Professor Says Picking Perfect March Madness Bracket is Near Impossible -   The excitement of March Madness is in the air and fans from all over are putting together their perfect brackets. But, as optimistic as they might be,  some researchers are saying that’s near impossible. DePaul University mathematics professor Jeff Bergen says the odds of […]
  • tysonfoods_logo Tyson Donates $5 Million to U of A for New Agriculture Center - The U of A will break ground on a new research facility thanks to a generous donation. Tyson Foods is donating $5 million to the U of A’s Division of Agriculture. This gift will go towards the $16.3 million Don Tyson Center. Construction of this […]
  • winter-driving Winter Weather Causing Increase in Accidents - As winter weather conditions get worse, the amount of car accidents steadily increases. As you can see on your screen, the Fayetteville Police Department received 28 calls regarding accidents on Friday. The amount decreased to 15 on Saturday as road conditions got better. These conditions […]
  • 2015-02-27_01-58-45-PMLot44detour Construction Causing Re-Routes on Campus - Students driving on campus may need to find a new route. A new project started on Razorback Road today. Students driving down the road will have to take the northbound lane, and northbound traffic will be directed through lot 44. When this project is done, […]
  • RiveraMug Springdale Man Arrested for Attempted Kidnapping of Children - An arrest has been made in a kidnapping case out of Springdale. 20-year-old Julian Rivera chased down a 13-year-old girl as she was walking home from school. He grabbed her and attempted to drag her into a nearby alley before she was able to escape. […]
  • Capitol_and_Flags3 House Shuts Down School Religion Bill - A proposal that would require that schools allow the open expression of religious beliefs has been rejected. The bill would not allow the banning religious clothing or accessories in schools. It would also ensure that students would be allowed to express religious beliefs through art […]
  • Jemal Razorbacks Hire New Running Backs Coach - The Razorbacks named Jemal Singleton as their new running backs coach and special teams coordinator. Singleton is taking over the position previously held by Joel Thomas who took the same job with the New Orleans Saints. Singleton has spent the last four seasons as the […]
  • map-keystone-pipeline2_top President Obama Vetoes Pipeline - For the first time in five years, President Obama exercised his veto power. The President rejected legislation that would have given final approval to the Keystone XL oil pipeline. The planned pipeline would transport oil from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. Advocates say the […]
  • Capitol_and_Flags3 Arkansas Senate Adds New School Snow Day Bill - A new bill has been introduced to the Arkansas Senate after passing in the house.  HB 1313 allows superintendents to make up missed school days by adding at least one hour to the beginning or end of a day that school is in session.  These extra […]
  • Capitol_and_Flags3 Hutchinson Allows Bill 202 to Pass - Governor Asa Hutchinson allowed senate bill 202 to pass on Monday. The Intrastate Commerce Improvement Act will forbid cities from passing their own non-discrimination acts. The governor neither signed the bill nor did he veto it. Last year, Fayetteville passed its own non-discrimination act that […]
  • 2013-09-05_07-36-32-PMUA_Logo-web Alleged Rape on Campus - Police are encouraging students to stay safe after a third alleged rape on campus this semester. It happened over the weekend at Gladson-Ripley hall on campus but the person has chosen to not file charges with the police. However the man could still face action […]
  • TB MUG SHOT Razorback Football Player Arrested for DWI - An Arkansas Razorback defensive end is facing DWI charges after being arrested early Sunday morning. Tevin Beanum was pulled over near Dickson Street after failing to dim his headlights. His blood alcohol level was recorded at .08 and an open bottle of brandy was found […]
  • terror-threat Terrorist Group Threatens American Malls - A new video from a terror group calls for attacks on malls in Canada, the UK and here in the US. The threat comes from the Somalia based terror group Al-Shabaab. This group killed more than 60 people in an attack on an upscale mall […]
  • rogers police Rogers Police Swear in New Police Chief - Tomorrow, the Rogers Police Department will swear in a new police chief. The ceremony for Captain Hayes Minor will take place at the Rogers City Hall. Captain Minor, a 21 year veteran, will take over for Chief James Allen who passed away after a long […]
  • Fatal-Crash Rogers Teen Dies in Lake Crash - Extra counselors are comforting the students of Rogers High School today after one of their classmates died in an accident. A 17-year-old was killed on Friday when the car he was riding in slipped on an icy road and fell in the lake. Counselors and […]
  • medical_health_superbug_super_bug_drug_resistant_rx LA Hospital Patients Exposed to “Super-Bug” Bacteria - At least 179 patients at a Los Angeles hospital may have been exposed to a drug-resistant “super-bug” bacteria; one that’s already killed two other patients. Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, says the bacteria could have been on scopes used in endoscopic procedures from October to […]
  • micaeleb-prather Man Arrested for Shooting Cat with Arrow - The man who shot a cat in the head with an arrow has been arrested. Fayetteville Police charged Micaleb Prather with animal cruelty. The cat, Simba, was found on Happy Hollow Road in January with an arrow through its head. A vet removed the arrow […]
  • red_flag_warning_graphic Washington County Red Flag Warning Lifted - The red flag warning for Washington County has been lifted. Due to the recent increase in winter weather, the fire weather warning has been removed. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office says it is effective immediately.
  • tysonfoods_logo Tyson Giving Scholarship Money to Minorities - Tyson is giving over $100,000 to the university to provide scholarships for minorities. This will be part of the Tyson Academic Enrichment Program to support underrepresented students. The grant will be used to provide aid to students with majors in the fields of math and […]