Disclaimer: All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty. WEST MONROE, La. (KTVE/KARD) — On November 9, 2022, deputies of the Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office were called to an elementary school in West Monroe, La. due to an abuse report. According to deputies, they were advised by the school’s nurse that a 5-year-old kindergarten student […]
Some children's hospitals around the nation have begun to reach capacity, but Northwest Arkansas children's hospitals say that they are busy but still managing the situation effectively.
Prairie Grove School admins on paid leave after video depicts teachers, kids as school shooting victims
The Prairie Grove School Board has placed two district administrators on paid administrative leave following outcries from teachers about a school safety training video they say depicted their families as victims of a school shooting.
President Biden on Friday said that Republican candidate Herschel Walker does not deserve to be in the Senate, just days ahead of the runoff in Georgia on Tuesday. During a stop at a International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) fundraiser in Boston, Biden emphasized the differences between Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock (D), and Walker. “And […]
A UPS semi-truck crashed off of a bridge in Indiana early Friday morning, hanging into the river just below I-90.
Cameras captured a massive dust cloud borne by high winds swallowing up a town in western Kansas Friday.
Nearly half of the Senate signed onto a pointed letter to China’s Ambassador in Washington on Friday, warning of “grave consequences” and “extraordinary damage” to Sino-U.S. relations if Beijing carries out violence against recent protesters. The letter, sent to Chinese Ambassador Qin Gang and signed by 42 senators from both parties, said Congress is closely […]
The Arkansas Attorney General has reached a $770,000 settlement with a hospital that abandoned thousands of patient records containing personal information.
The rulemaking arm of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) voted on Friday to make South Carolina the first voting state in the party’s presidential nominating calendar, The Associated Press reported. South Carolina will replace the starting-gun spot held for decades by Iowa after that state’s caucus suffered technical problems in 2020. The shift would also […]
President Biden on Friday greeted the United Kingdom’s Prince William in Boston, where the president is attending a fundraiser and the prince was in town for a ceremony focused on climate change. The two men spoke briefly outside of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum before going inside for a private conversation. “Where’s […]
A woman connected to the March 2020 shooting death of a Hot Springs Police Department Officer Brent Scrimshire was sentenced to 34 years in prison Wednesday.
Houston police announced on Friday afternoon that they have made an arrest in connection to the shooting death of Migos rapper Takeoff.
A second Starbucks in Fayetteville has filed for union election after the Wedington location recently became the first in Arkansas to be granted election.
National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden, who received international attention after leaking classified information about U.S. government surveillance programs, has sworn his allegiance to Russia, where he has been living in exile since 2013, state media reported Friday. Snowden attorney Anatoly Kucherena confirmed the news to the state-run media outlet TASS, saying his client had […]
The Space Force, the Pentagon’s newest military service, activated on Friday its second regional headquarters in Tampa, Fla., under U.S. Central Command. U.S. Space Forces-Central, opened at MacDill Air Force Base, “will play a significant role in supporting Centcom’s growing need for space-based capabilities such as satellite navigation, communications and missile warnings” in the Middle East and central Asia, according […]
Disney has confirmed that Splash Mountain will close at Disney World in January.
ROGERS, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — You can take your family to the Rogers Christmas Parade at 7 p.m. on December 2. The City of Rogers’ Peter Masonis said they expect 5,000 people to line the streets of downtown. He said the 80 floats will include boys and girls scout troops, school band performances, and even Santa Claus. […]
The video was part of a publicity stunt for an online betting site.