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“Salem” is a new series that debuts Sunday, April 20th on WGN America, and the drama is loosely based on the infamous witch trials of the late 1600`s. An entire village was created for the show, but it`s not in Massachusetts where you`ll find the actual town of Salem. This Hollywood set is located just outside Shreveport, LA.

“I couldn’t believe it. I thought there were going to be like maybe 3 or 4 houses there,” Iddo Goldberg (“Isaac Walton”) said.

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Vandergriff Elementary School Visit

Last Friday, I had the pleasure of speaking to first grade students at Vandergriff Elementary School in Fayetteville. With the help of some of the students, we made different types of clouds and talked about staying safe during severe weather.

Tonitown Fire Department Responds To Semi-Truck Accident

The Tontitown Fire Department confirmed that they responded to an accident on Monday morning involving a semi truck near Highway 412.

Another vehicle was involved in the accident, and medical personnel responded to one individual who sustained non-life threatening injuries, authorities say.

Hazmat was originally called out to deal with a fuel leak, but authorities say it was discovered later there was no actual fuel leak.

City Of Fayetteville Announces Tree Planting

The City of Fayetteville will begin planting trees along the sidewalk and median on 71-B between Rock Street and Maple Street, according to a news release Friday.

The work will take place Monday (April 14) through Friday (April 18) depending on the weather.

Work hours will start at 9 a.m. and go until 3 p.m., according to the news release.

The work will require temporary lane closures during those hours. For more information, please call Fayetteville Parks and Recreation at 479-444-3471.

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HealthWatch: Google Glass in Hospitals

Doctors are getting their hands on a new tool at a Boston Hospital – Google Glass!

Bomb Threat Found At Springdale High School

Writing was discovered on a bathroom wall at the Springdale High School that used the word “bomb,” according to Springdale Communications Director Rick Schaeffer.

No date was specified in the message, and school wasn’t dismissed. Students are still in class.

The Springdale Police Department arrived on scene but did not find enough evidence to consider the situation a serious threat, according to Schaeffer.

Former Razorback Arrested After Dog Found Dead, Another Malnourished

A former Razorback football player was arrested Thursday after police say he abandoned two of his dogs, resulting in the death of one of them.

Former University of Arkansas linebacker Jarrett Lake, 22, was arrested on suspicion of felony aggravated animal cruelty and booked into the Washington County Detention Center. He was released three hours later on $2,500 bond, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

Lake’s arraignment is scheduled for April 16.