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Fatal Traffic Stop Shooting in Washington County Sparks Broader Discussion on Police Accountability
On the night of December 3, 2023, a distressing incident occurred on Beav-O-Rama Road in Rogers, Washington County. Scottie Stacy, a 57-year-old resident, was fatally shot by a deputy from the Washington County Sheriff's Office during a traffic stop. The Arkansas State Police Criminal Investigation Division has taken charge of the investigation to decipher the sequence of events. With Stacy's body sent for forensic analysis, and the community awaiting the investigative findings, questions arise concerning the deputy's use of deadly force and its compliance with state law.
Dromborg Castle in south Fayetteville fetches $4.8 million
November’s most expensive home sale in Northwest Arkansas was a notable one. According to county property records, the 40-acre Dromborg Castle in south Fayetteville sold for $4.8 million. The Jon and Vicki Swehla Revocable Trust is the new owner. The deed was filed at the Washington County Courthouse on...
These fayetteville, AR based Puppies are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near fayetteville.
Suspect dead, 2 officers injured after a shooting at Walmart
One person is dead after a shooting that occurred in a Walmart on 9212 N. Colton St. Officers approached a shoplifter, and the scene became physically violent. An officer shot the suspect, who succumbed to their injuries. Two officers were injured.
Fayetteville School District Considers Boundary Changes Due to Overcrowding
Explore the ongoing discussions in Fayetteville schools about potential boundary changes due to overcrowding. Learn about the different scenarios being considered and how these changes could impact where students attend class in the upcoming school year.
Fayetteville brings 71B Corridor plan to city council
The city of Fayetteville plans to bring the 2019 71B Corridor plan, to revamp North College Avenue and South School Avenue, before the city council.
Tyson exec buys Fayetteville home for $1.26M
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — A 5,000-SF home in northwest Fayetteville sold for $1.26 million to a relocating executive with Tyson Foods Inc. of Springdale. Fadi Qutishat and his wife, Shafaq, bought the two-story home in the Estates of Dogwood Canyon. The home, which sits on 1.5 acres, has five bedrooms, four bathrooms and a host of amenities such as a mudroom, a gym and a patio with a fireplace.
Unleash the Hip-Hop Heatwave with Kevin Gates Live: Only the Generals Tour!
📣 Hey there, my cool cats and hip-hop lovers! 🐱🎵 I've got some 🔥 news just for you! Get ready for the most epic event of the year! 🌟🎉. 🎤 Presenting the one and only Kevin Gates Live Show! 🎉🎵 Mark your calendars for Thursday, Dec. 7, because this is a night you won't want to miss! 🗓️
Lawsuit accuses Tyson of excessive employee retirement plan fees
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Tyson employees filed a Class Action Lawsuit against Tyson Foods, Inc. and its Board of Directors on Nov. 30. According to court documents, the employees argue that Tyson, through their recordkeeping company, had their employees pay excessive fees toward their retirement savings plan. The plaintiffs accused Tyson of making decisions on Recordkeeping Administrative (RKA) fees that did not benefit the employees.
Drake Street Trail to help connect nearly 2,000 residences to greenway in Fayetteville
FAYETTEVILLE — A new trail connector will provide a safer path to the greenway for nearly 2,000 residences in the north central part of town. City Council members on Tuesday will consider accepting a $500,000 grant to construct the Drake Street Trail, which will run along East Drake Street from North College Avenue to the Razorback Greenway at Gordon Long Park.
Fayetteville evaluates MLK safety after pedestrian deaths
According to ARDOT, the transportation committee requested those measures in November of 2022.
Arkansas football's Rocket Sanders plans to enter transfer portal
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Raheim 'Rocket' Sanders, one of the best running backs in Arkansas football history, plans to enter the transfer portal. Hayes Fawcett of On3sports.com reported Sanders' decision Tuesday evening. Sanders shared Fawcett's report on his own social media page. Sanders became a household name in 2022, running...
Historic Sevier County Site Renamed 'Nakuukuwidish' in Collaboration with Caddo Nation and ARAS
The Arkansas Archeological Survey (ARAS) and the Caddo Nation have renamed a key archeological site in Sevier County. Previously known as 'Holman Springs', the site is now called 'Nakuukuwidish', a Caddo word meaning 'Place of the Water-Salt'. The site, near a salt marsh, was a significant salt production area for the Caddo people from the 1300s to the 1500s.
UPDATE: I-49 accident near Rogers cleared
UPDATE: The accident has been cleared.
Sounds of the Season Concert: Experience Musical Magic and Unforgettable Melodies!
Location: Jim and Joyce Faulkner Performing Arts Center, University of Arkansas. 🎵🎄 Introducing the Sounds of the Season Concert! 🎄🎵. Get ready to be uplifted and inspired by the beautiful melodies of the Inspirational Chorale at their annual concert! 🌟 Join us at the Jim and Joyce Faulkner Performing Arts Center at the University of Arkansas on Thursday, Dec. 7 at 7:30 p.m. 🎶
Has Petrino Found Transfer Quarterback at FCS Level?
Razorbacks one of several schools, including SEC, chasing Holy Cross passer.
Warm and windy weather ahead
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — 40/29's Majestic Storm is tracking quiet conditions through the rest of the night. Be ready for below freezing temperatures by early Wednesday morning. It'll be a frosty start to the day as kids are waiting by the bus stop. Highs climb back into the mid to upper 50s and low 60s by Wednesday afternoon. Gusty winds are expected by Thursday.Watch the videocast above to learn more.
Students from around Benton County, Arkansas shop with a cop
BENTON COUNTY, Ark. — The Benton County Sheriff's Office and the Police Athletic League partnered for another year of Shop With A Cop. Students from around Benton County participating in Shop With A Cop were picked up from their schools by the Police Athletic League's bus Tuesday morning. The...
Bentonville Christmas Parade Preview: A Boost for Local Businesses and Holiday Cheer
Get ready for the Bentonville Christmas Parade! With 100 floats, a thousand participants, and a special appearance by Santa, this festive event is set to bring holiday cheer and a boost to local businesses. Safety is a priority, so come enjoy the season in downtown Bentonville!