The Battle for the Boot returns to the hill, and the Black Friday frenzy is in full swing!
These are the seven stories you need to know about before you head out the door on Friday, November 23.
Black Friday is officially here and shoppers will be going at it all day... and likely even all weekend!
Folks camped out and lined up to snatch up sweet deals left and right.
Some of these shoppers even put in an overnight shift to get their holiday gathering done.
Many Black Friday deals began Thursday night, with several stores opening up before the clock struck midnight!
And these must be some serious sales.
Some folks in line at the Fayetteville Best Buy had been camped out since Tuesday.
The Fort Smith Best Buy began seeing campers and tents last weekend!!
And while Black Thursday and Friday may get all the attention, there's another shopping holiday coming up!
It's called Small Business Saturday and it's growing in popularity.
There are tons of locally-owned businesses right here in our area offering great gifts and services for the holidays, so be sure to keep them on your mind.
A pedestrian was killed in Springdale Thursday night.
It happened at the intersection of Thompson and Searcy when Truman Patterson, 74, was hit by a vehicle in the northbound lane.
Police say Patterson was at Northwest Medical Center with his wife.
They believe he walked across the street to get something to drink and was hit on his way back to the hospital.
Investigators say the driver was not under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
No charges or citations were issued.
The Arkansas Razorbacks are taking the field Friday for the final time this season.
The Hogs are hosting the battle for the boot at 1:30 p.m. at Razorback Stadium.
It's the first time Arkansas has played the LSU Tigers in Fayetteville in 20 years!
This game is also a special one for several players.
The 23 seniors on the Hog squad will be honored on the field before kickoff.
A big honor will also be given to an Arkansas icon before the LSU game!
A statue will be dedicated Friday morning to honor former Razorback coach and athletic director Frank Broyles.
The dedication ceremony will be held at 10:00 a.m. at the front entrance of the Broyles Athletic Center and is open to the public.
Broyles served the U of A for more than 50 years as football coach and athletic director.