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NW Arkansas Train Accident Injures 44, 5 in Critical Condition

A passenger train on a sightseeing trip crashed in Northwest Arkansas on Thursday, leaving 44 people injured, five of whom were listed in critical condition. The accident took place at approximately 10:30 a.m. in Washington County on October 16, and involved four train cars transporting 44 passengers and six crew members.... Read More


Passenger & Freight Train Wreck in Washington County

A freight train and passenger train were involved in an accident near the town of Brentwood in Washington County this morning. The railroad website says that a passenger excursion was planned this morning, traveling from Springdale to Van Buren. According to passenger train operations manager for the Arkansas Missouri Railroad,... Read More


Take a Stand against Bullying and Help End Child Suicide

October is National Bullying Prevention Awareness month, and a perfect time to discuss the inexcusable horror that is childhood bullying. For too many children and young adults, the fear of being teased and taunted—maybe even physically abused—is a daily reality. In recent years, more attention has been given... Read More


Springdale Fall Carnival in Full Swing

Autumn was in the air as the annual family-friendly Fall Carnival kicked off in Springdale last night. At 6 p.m., Parsons Stadium welcomed visitors to enjoy rides, games, and all that comes with the area’s beloved event. The festival, which has been running for 10 years, will run through the weekend, ending on Sunday. On... Read More


Semi-Truck Crash Causes Pile-Up in Bella Vista - Truckers in Hospital

A seven-vehicle pileup sent two truck drivers to the hospital on Monday. According to the authorities, the crash occurred at just after 12:30 p.m. near the intersection of Bella Vista Way and McNelly Rd in Bella Vista.  State Police Cpl. Raymond B. Triplett says that the pileup occurred when a 2010 Peterbilt semi-truck... Read More


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