Our area did't feel the effects of Hurricane Sandy weather-wise, but many are still trying to pick up the pieces.
The storm brought devastation to many parts of the east coast, but folks from right here in Northwest Arkansas are lending a helping hand.
Bentonville based Walmart sent six trucks with disinfecting wipes, blankets, bleach, paper towels and food and drinks.
The retailer also parked the world's largest touring grill in New Jersey and have already served more than 5 thousand people in need.
Dr. King Parade
Just about every presidential candidate has talked about "transcending politics" but today the country celebrated a leader who actually did it -- Dr. Martin Luther...
Johnson Walking Trails?
There may be a new place to walk in the city of Johnson.
Rogers Cell Phone Towers
The Rogers city council will discuss a zoning code for cell phone towers this Tuesday.
UA's Money Safe, Despite Market Swings
The University of Arkansas is hoping the stock market won't hurt it's cash flow.
SouthPass Coming to Fayetteville?
Fayetteville may become home to a new and very large development.
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