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19-year-old arrested in shooting that killed 1, injured 4 near Lake Fayetteville
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — A 19-year-old has been arrested in connection to a deadly shooting that occurred at Lake Fayetteville on Feb. 15. Gilberto Gordillo, of Springdale, was booked into the Washington County Jail on Feb. 21 on one count of capital murder and four counts of attempted murder. Bond has not yet been set.
Autopsy results could mean more charges for Fayetteville man
More charges could be coming for a Fayetteville man accused of battery after autopsy results are released for a baby, according to Washington County prosecutors.
FlavorSmith’s Craft Barbecue to open in former Beer Keg location
A new barbecue restaurant, whose owners seek to continue the vibe of the longtime local watering hole The Beer Keg, will soon open in Fayetteville. The new restaurant, called FlavorSmith’s Craft Barbecue, is in the works in the former bar at 50 E. Township St. The restaurant is a...
Update on Kacey Jennings trial, man accused of killing ex-girlfriend
Kacey Jennings, 30, is accused of capital murder, abuse of a corpse, tampering with evidence.
Black Owned Northwest Arkansas Business Expo set for Saturday
An annual event to celebrate and promote local Black-owned businesses is scheduled in downtown Fayetteville this weekend. The Black Owned Northwest Arkansas Business Expo will take place from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 24 at Fayetteville Town Center. The annual event is organized by locals Jasmine Hudson,...
Springdale Feb 21 Weekly Crime Report: 15 Incidents and 4 Crime Stories
Springdale Feb 21 Weekly Crime Report: 15 Incidents and 4 Crime Stories. During the last week, a total of 15 crime cases were reported in Springdale. The most common type of crime was 'Other' which accounted for the majority of the cases, with 11 incidents. This category included various activities such as animal complaints and civil paper serving by the Washington County Sheriff. The next most common crime was 'Theft', with 2 reported cases. More serious crimes such as 'Assault' and 'Arrest' were less frequent, each with only 1 case reported. This data suggests that while crime is present in Springdale, severe crimes are not as prevalent. However, the presence of theft and assault indicates that residents must maintain vigilance to ensure their safety and the security of their property.
Nonprofit group looking to create first of its kind Black Historic District in Northwest Arkansas
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — NWA Black Heritage has been pushing to create what they said is the first Black historic district in Northwest Arkansas. A representative from the group says the proposed area in Fayetteville would be called the Sprout Spring Historic District. The area was one of the only places African Americans could live in NWA during the 1960's due to sundown laws.
City seeks volunteers for invasive species removal event
The city’s Environmental Action Committee is looking for volunteers to help with an invasive species removal event next week. The event will take place from 4-6 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 28 in the Fay Jones Woods, not far from Fayetteville Public Library. The cleanup was originally scheduled for Martin...
A Taste of Italy: Fayetteville's 4 Unmissable Italian Dining Experiences
In this article, we will be exploring four exquisite Italian restaurants in Fayetteville. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments? If you have, we would love to hear about your experiences. Please feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below!
Arkansas vs. Missouri: Free Live Stream, TV Channel, How to Watch
The Missouri Tigers (8-18, 0-13 SEC) hope to end a 13-game losing streak when they visit the Arkansas Razorbacks (13-13, 4-9 SEC) on February 24, 2024 at Bud Walton Arena. The game airs on ESPN2. Arkansas was victorious in its previous game versus Texas A&M, 78-71, on Tuesday. Tramon Mark...
Local pharmacies work to keep medication stocked while state experiences 'very high' flu-like activity
ARKANSAS, USA — There is currently a “very high” level of influenza-like illness activity across the state, according to the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH). "We’ve seen, I would say a lot, a good bit of flu in the last couple of weeks,” Julie Stewart, a pharmacist at the Medical Arts Pharmacy in Fayetteville, said.
NWA Nonprofit working to help people understand upcoming elections
"Circles NWA" held an education event called "Make a Plan to Vote" on Wednesday night at the Fayetteville Public Library. “This is to help people prepare to vote in the primary election that's coming up," Circles NWA Executive Director Christina Williams said. The presentation included information on different candidates and...
Going for Gold on the Mat: 2024 Arkansas Wrestling State Tournament preview
Several of the state’s best high school wrestling teams will compete against one another this weekend at the 16th annual AAA 2024 Centennial Bank State High School Wrestling Tournament.
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Local animal organization offers free microchips
ALL NEW AT 10 – TWO ANIMAL SERVICES PARTNERING TOGETHER TO MAKE SURE MORE PETS ARE MICROCHIPPED IN NORTHWEST ARKANSAS.
Introducing Ozark Mango: A New Nectarine Variety from Arkansas Fruit Breeding Program
The Arkansas Fruit Breeding Program has launched a new nectarine variety, the Ozark Mango. This is the program's seventh nectarine variety, designed for growers in the southeast or mid-south of the United States. The Ozark Mango is a yellow-fleshed nectarine with standard acid levels, typically harvested around July 1 at the Fruit Research Station in Clarksville. Margaret Worthington, the program's director, describes the Ozark Mango as sweet with a pleasant, mango-like aroma and flavor.
Social media reacts to Texas A&M basketball losing 78-71 to a depleted Arkansas team at home
Texas A&M’s (15-11, 6-7 SEC) fell to the Arkansas Razorbacks (13-13, 4-9 SEC) for the second time in a need-to-win situation during his season. Have the wheels fallen off? It’s hard to tell but it certainly feels like the Aggies are headed down the road of disappointment. I’ve never seen a team with just as many Quad 1 wins as Quad 3 losses in the same season. Even with this loss, A&M is clinging to a bubble spot because of the strength of their schedule. However, time is running out and the resume is getting ugly as the season closes out. With...
New program offers hypertension certification in efforts to combat high rates among Black Americans
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — A Fayetteville doctor says African Americans suffer disproportionately from hypertension, or high blood pressure, and are often diagnosed too late. "Well over half my patients are African Americans now and almost all of them suffer from high blood pressure," Dr. Derrick Gray, the medical director at the University of Arkansas Medical Sciences (UAMS) in Fayetteville, said.
Rising operational costs hit Arkansas truckers hard
ARKANSAS, USA — It takes a tremendous amount of capital to run a trucking company. It’s all relative, of course. A company such as J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. of Lowell spends millions of dollars a year on equipment. A single-truck owner-operator might spend many thousands. And those...
Workforce 16 project aims to bring affordable housing for essential workers to Fayetteville
Architect students and staff at the University of Arkansas are taking action to help essential workers in Fayetteville find affordable housing through the Workforce 16 project.