NOW IN POLICE CUSTODY FOR CAPITAL MURDER IN CONNECTION TO A CHILD’S DEATH NEARLY A YEAR AGO. THANKS FOR JOINING US TONIGHT. I’M JENNIFER PEÑATE CHAD MIRA IS OFF TONIGHT. 25-YEAR-OLD JOSHUA ANDERSON WAS ARRESTED FOR THE DEATH OF A TWO-YEAR- OLD SPRINGDALE GIRL. HE’S FACING A CHARGE OF CAPITAL MURDER, ACCORDING TO BENTON COUNTY PROSECUTOR NATHAN SMITH. BACK IN SEPTEMBER OF 20-18…. THE CHILD WAS TAKEN TO NORTHWEST MEDICAL CENTER IN SPRINGDALE WITH MULTIPLE INJURIES. SHE WAS LATER PRONOUNCED DEAD. ### (*JENNIFE*)) MAKING HEADLINES — A FORMER V-A MEDICAL CENTER PATHOLOGIST IS IN CUSTODY AND HEADING TO FEDERAL COURT. 53-YEAR-OLD DOCTOR….. ROBERT MORRIS LEVY… WAS ARRESTED ON SATURDAY AND BOOKED INTO WASHINGTON COUNTY JAIL. IT’S UNCLEAR WHAT CHARGES HE IS FACING AT THIS MOMENT. LEVY HAS BEEN ACCUSED OF MISHANDLING PATIENT CASES WHILE BEING IMPAIRED ON THE JOB AT THE VETERANS HEALTH CARE SYSTEM OF THE OZARKS. IN MARCH OF 2016– LEVY WAS SUSPENDED FROM THE FAYETTEVILLE V-A BUT RETURNED IN OCTOBER. IN 2017– HE WAS SUSPENDED A SECOND TIME. IT WASN’T UNTIL 2018 WHEN HE WAS PERMANTELY LET GO. A YEAR LONG REVIEW SHOWS 30 MISDIAGNOSES WERE REPORTED AND MORE THAN 3-THOUSAND ERRORS WERE MADE BY DOCTOR LEVY BETWEEN 2005 AND 2017. OF THE 30 CASES, 15 PATIENTS ARE DEAD. U.S. ATTORNEY DAK KEES WILL HOLD A PRESS CONFERENCE IN FAYETTEVILLE ON TUESDAY TO DISCUSS LEVY’S ARREST. (*JENNIFE*)) IN CONTINUING COVERAGE — A DOG COULD LOSE ITS LEG AFTER BEING SHOT BY A POLICE OFFICER LAST WEEK. ACCORDING TO SASHA’S OWNER, KEVIN RITCHY… HER FRONT RIGHT LEG NEEDS AMPUTATION AFTER THE BULLET SHATTERED THE BONE. HE ADDS THE BETHEL HEIGHTS POLICE DEPARTMENT TOLD HIM HE WOULD HAVE TO PAY FOR ALL MEDICAL COSTS. WE FIRST TOLD YOU ABOUT THIS STORY OVER THE WEEKEND. LAST THURSDAY, BETHEL HEIGHTS POLICE RESPONDED TO A CALL ABOUT A STRAY DOG AT A HOME. ACCORDING TO THE OFFICER, THE DOG SHOWED ITS TEETH AND WENT AFTER HIM — RESULTING IN THE OFFICER SHOOTING SASHA. RITCHEY SAYS HIS DOG HAS NEVER BEEN AGGRESSIVE TOWARD ANYONE. ### (*JENNIFE*)) A NORTHWEST ARKANSAS ANIMAL SHELTER COULD BE A STEP CLOSER TO BECOMING A REALITY… KNWA’S ANDREW EPPERSON IS LIVE IN STUDIO WITH THE DETAILS. ANDREW, WHAT’S THE TIME FRAME HERE? (*ANDRE*)) ANIMAL SERVICE WORKERS HAVE HOPED FOR A NEW SHELTER SPACE FOR YEARS, AND TONIGHT THEY’LL PRESENT THE BUILDING PLAN TO CITY COUNCIL. IF THEY GET THE GO AHEAD TONIGHT AND ANOTHER THUMBS UP AT ANOTHER MEETING NEXT TUESDAY, THEY’LL BE ABLE TO OFFICIALLY BREAK GROUND ON THE NEW FACILITY. ### (*ANDRE*)) COURTNEY KREMER IS THE DIRECTOR OF ANIMAL SERVICES FOR SPRINGDALE, AND SHE’S EXCITED FOR MONDAY NIGHT’S PRESENTATION… COURTNEY KREMER, DIRECTOR OF ANIMAL SERVICES, SPRINGDALE “TONIGHT WE ARE PRESENTING THE CONTRACT TO CITY COUNCIL FOR APPROVAL SO THAT WE CAN GET STARTED ON BUILDING OUR NEW FACILITY…” (*ANDRE*)) VOTERS PASSED A BOND BACK IN 20-18 TO BUILD A BRAND NEW ANIMAL SHELTER. (*ANDRE*)) KREMER SAYS THE NEW SPACE WILL MEET A NEED DICTATED BY A GROWING POPULATION. COURTNEY KREMER, DIRECTOR OF ANIMAL SERVICES, SPRINGDALE “WE HAVE AN AVERAGE INTAKE OF AROUND 2,500 ANIMALS A YEAR, AND WITH THE CURRENT SPACE WE’VE GOT, IT’S JUST A TIGHT SQUEEZE ALL THE TIME. SO, WE’RE LOOKING FORWARD TO MOVING INTO A NEW FACILITY THAT IS GOING TO BE BIGGER.” (*ANDRE*)) AND ALSO… COURTNEY KREMER, DIRECTOR OF ANIMAL SERVICES, SPRINGDALE “THE NEW FACILITY IS GOING TO HAVE BETTER FURNAGE IN TERMS OF TRAFFIC, PEOPLE DRIVING BY…” (*ANDRE*)) BUT SOME AREN’T SO THRILLED WITH THE NEW LOCATION…ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF DON TYSON PARKWAY EAST OF OLD MISSOURI ROAD. LAST YEAR, MEMBERS OF THE WALNUT GROVE NURSING AND REHABILITATION CENTER VOICED CONCERNS OVER HOW THE SOUNDS WILL AFFECT RESIDENTS WITH DEMENTIA AND ALZHEIMERS. STEVE LISLE, ATTORNEY REPRESENTING WALNUT GROVE “AT WALNUT GROVE, THEY HAVE ENTRUSTED IN THEIR CARE THE ELDERLY, THE FRAIL AND THE SICKEST OF THE SICK, AND THESE PEOPLE HAVE A LOT OF SPECIAL CARE. SO WE’RE CONCERNED ABOUT ANYTHING IN THE ENVIRONMENT THAT MIGHT DISRUPT THEIR CARE.” (*ANDRE*)) BUT MEMBERS OF THE ANIMAL COMMUNITY IN SPRINGDALE SAY IT’LL BE A GREAT ADDITION… (*ANDRE*)) SALLY WILLIAMS IS THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR SPAY ARKANSAS, AND SHE SAYS HER (*ANDRE*)) AFTER THE SHELTER BREAKS GROUND IN A COUPLE WEEKS, KREMER SAYS IT’LL TAKE ABOUT A YEAR FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEW FACILITY TO BE COMPLETED. LIVE IN STUDIO, ANDREW EPPERSON, KNWA NORTHWEST ARKANSAS NEWS. (*JENNIFE*)) ALL NEW AT 5– TWO FIRE FIGHTERS INJURED WHILE BATTLING A HOUSE FIRE ALONG BEAVER LAKE ON SUNDAY. TAKE A LOOK AT THIS VIDEO… NOB HILL FIRE CHIEF GARY HULL SAYS A CALL ABOUT A HOME ON BEAVERTRAP ROAD BEING ON FIRE CAME IN AROUND 4-30 THAT MORNING. NO ONE WAS HOME WHEN FIRE CREWS ARRIVED. WHILE BATTLING THE BLAZE, TWO FIREFIGHTERS SUFFERED FROM HEAT EXHAUSTION. RIGHT NOW, THE CAUSE OF THE FIRE IS STILL UNDER INVESTIGATION BUT MODERN BUILDING MATERIALS MAY PLAY A FACTOR IN WHY THE FIRE SPREAD SO QUICKLY. ### (*JENNIFE*)) HAPPENING NOW — PLANNED PARENTHOOD IS PULLING OUT OF THE FEDERAL FAMILY PLANNING PROGRAM.. LOSING FEDERAL FUNDING. THE CEO OF THE ORGANIZATION SAYS THIS IS IN RESPONSE TO A NEW TRUMP ADMINISTRATION RULE BARING CLINICS FROM REFERING WOMEN FOR ABORTIONS. ALEXIS MCGILL JOHNSON SAID IN A STATEMENT.. “WE WILL NOT BE BULLIED INTO WITHHOLDING ABORTION INFORMATION FROM OUR PATIENTS.” OUR PATIENTS DESERVE TO MAKE THEIR OWN HEALTH CARE DECISIONS, NOT TO BE FORCED TO HAVE DONALD TRUMP OR MIKE PENCE MAKE THOSE DECISIONS FOR THEM.” A FEDERAL APPEALS COURT IS WEIGHING A LAWSUIT TO OVERTURN THE RULE BUT HAS ALLOWED THE ADMINISTRATION TO BEGIN ENFORCEMENT. (*JENNIFE*)) THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS IS WELCOMING MORE STUDENTS TO CAMPUS TODAY. CHANCELLOR JOE STEINMETZ AND FAYETTEVILLE MAYOR LIONELD JORDAN WERE ON-HAND FOR ASSISTED MOVE-IN DAY TO GET A LOOK INSIDE THE UNIVERSITY’S NEWEST RESIDENCE HALL — ADOHI HALL. TODAY WAS THE FINAL DAY OF MOVE IN…..WITH CLASSES STARTING AUGUST 26. WITH THE NEW SCHOOL YEAR NOW IN FULL SWING. SOME PARENTS MAY BE WONDERING WHAT THEIR KIDS ARE EATING AWAY FROM HOME. FOR STARTERS, MENUS ARE BASED ON GUIDELINES SET BY THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE… WHICH FACTORS IN KIDS’ AGES AND GRADE LEVELS. SCHOOLS MUST OFFER A VARIETY OF FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES, PROTEINS, WHOLE GRAINS AND MILK. GENA SMITH — CHILD NUTRITION DIRECTOR FOR THE SPRINGDALE SCHOOL DISTRICT SAYS STUDENTS ALSO HAVE SOME SAY IN WHAT THEY EAT AS WELL. GENA SMITH, CHILD NUTRITION DIRECTOR, SPRINGDALE PUBLIC SCHOOLS “WE ALSO DO TASTE TESTING WITH OUR STUDENTS TO GET FEEDBACK AND WE LOOK AT TRENDS WITHIN OUR AREA TO SEE WHAT WE THINK MIGHT DO WELL HERE AT THE SCHOOL.” (*JENNIFE*)) SMITH ADDS THAT SPICY AND MEDITERRANEAN FOODS ARE SOME OF THE BIG TRENDS THE SCHOOL DISTRICT HAS SEEN SO FAR THIS YEAR. (*JENNIFE*)) A RECENT BACK-TO- SCHOOL SURVEY BY PROMOCODES-DOT-COM SHOWS ON AVERAGE…ARKANSAS PARENTS SPEND ALMOST 300 DOLLARS PER CHILD ON SCHOOL SUPPLIES…HIGHER THAN THE NATIONAL AVERAGE OF AROUND 220 DOLLARS PER CHILD. THE FAVORITE BACK-TO- SCHOOL SHOPPING STORE WAS WALMART….WITH 80 PERCENT OF ARKANSAS PARENTS LOOKING FORWARD TO THEIR CHILD GOING BACK TO SCHOOL. (*JENNIFE*)) AS SCHOOL BEGINS…THE NATIONWIDE SHORTAGE OF EPI-PENS CONTINUES. WHAT ALTERNATIVES YOU CAN USE WHEN A LIFE-THREATENING ALLERGIC REACTION HAPPENS. PLUS…LANE CLOSURES ON I-49 THAT COULD AFFECT YOUR DRIVE. THAT’S COMING UP..BUT FIRST, DAN? (*SKOF*)) THE HEAT IS GOING TO GT EVEN HOTTER TOMORROW BUT WE ARE TRACKING A FRONT THAT WILL BRING STORMS AND A COOL DOWN. WHEN YOU ASK? YOU’RE WATCHING KNWA NEWS AT FIVE. WITH JENNIFER PENATE, CHAD MIRA AND CHIEF METEOROLOGIST DAN SKOFF. CLOSED CAPTION IS SPONSORED BY AIR CONTROL. ### “NOW, FROM YOUR NORTHWEST ARKANSAS WEATHER AUTHORITY, CHIEF METEOROLOGIST DAN SKOFF.” (*DA*)) TONIGHT: MOSTLY CLEAR, WITH A LOW AROUND 72. SOUTH WIND AROUND 5 MPH. TUESDAY: SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 94. HEAT INDEX VALUES AS HIGH AS 103. SOUTHWEST WIND AROUND 5 MPH. TUESDAY NIGHT: MOSTLY CLEAR, WITH A LOW AROUND 72. SOUTH WIND AROUND 5 MPH. WEDNESDAY: A 20 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AFTER 8AM. MOSTLY SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 92. SOUTH WIND AROUND 5 MPH. WEDNESDAY NIGHT: A 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, MAINLY AFTER 8PM. MOSTLY CLOUDY, WITH A LOW AROUND 71. SOUTH WIND AROUND 5 MPH BECOMING NORTHEAST IN THE EVENING. THURSDAY: A 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. MOSTLY CLOUDY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 84. SOUTH WIND AROUND 5 MPH. THURSDAY NIGHT: A 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. MOSTLY CLOUDY, WITH A LOW AROUND 70. SOUTHEAST WIND AROUND 5 MPH. FRIDAY: A 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. MOSTLY CLOUDY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 84. SOUTHEAST WIND AROUND 5 MPH. FRIDAY NIGHT: A 30 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, MAINLY BEFORE 8PM. MOSTLY CLOUDY, WITH A LOW AROUND 68. SOUTHEAST WIND AROUND 5 MPH. SATURDAY: A 30 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. PARTLY SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 84. SOUTHEAST WIND AROUND 5 MPH. SATURDAY NIGHT: A 30 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. PARTLY CLOUDY, WITH A LOW AROUND 69. SOUTHEAST WIND AROUND 5 MPH. SUNDAY: A 20 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. MOSTLY SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 86. SOUTH WIND AROUND 5 MPH. TONIGHT: MOSTLY CLEAR, WITH A LOW AROUND 72. SOUTH WIND AROUND 5 MPH. TUESDAY: SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 94. HEAT INDEX VALUES AS HIGH AS 103. SOUTHWEST WIND AROUND 5 MPH. TUESDAY NIGHT: MOSTLY CLEAR, WITH A LOW AROUND 72. SOUTH WIND AROUND 5 MPH. WEDNESDAY: A 20 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AFTER 8AM. MOSTLY SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 92. SOUTH WIND AROUND 5 MPH. WEDNESDAY NIGHT: A 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, MAINLY AFTER 8PM. MOSTLY CLOUDY, WITH A LOW AROUND 71. SOUTH WIND AROUND 5 MPH BECOMING NORTHEAST IN THE EVENING. THURSDAY: A 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. MOSTLY CLOUDY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 84. SOUTH WIND AROUND 5 MPH. THURSDAY NIGHT: A 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. MOSTLY CLOUDY, WITH A (*JENNIFE*)) THERE IS CONSTRUCTION WORK THAT COULD IMPACT YOUR DRIVE THIS WEEK. PARTS OF INTERSTATE 49 WILL BE CLOSED OVERNIGHT. NORTHBOUND AND SOUTHBOUND LANES BETWEEN NEW HOPE ROAD — EXIT 83 — AND WALTON BOULEVARD — EXIT 85 — WILL BE BE CLOSED BETWEEN 8:00 P.M. AND 6:00 A.M STARTING TONIGHT AND CONTINUING THROUGH SEPTEMBER 16. CONTRACTORS ARE PAINTING THE WEST MAGNOLIA STREET OVERPASS. DRIVERS, YOU URGED TO BE VERY CAREFUL AROUND HIGHWAY WORK ZONES. ### BACK-TO-SCHOOL MEANS PARENTS OF KIDS WHO SUFFER FROM SEVERE FOOD ALLERGIES MUST BE STOCKED UP WHEN IT COMES TO EPIPENS. COMING UP ON KNWA NEWS AT 5…HEAR FROM A FOOD ALLERGY EXPERT ON ALTERNATIVE INJECTORS YOU CAN USE… PLUS… TREVOR SHIRLEY, DC: “THOUSANDS OF AMERICANS ARE STUCK AT THE CROSSROADS BETWEEN USING LEGAL MARIJUANA AND BUYING A GUN. I’M TREVOR SHIRLEY IN WASHINGTON AND I’VE GOT THAT STORY COMING UP AHEAD.” CONTINUES. BUT THERE ARE ALTERNATIVES YOU CAN USE… WHEN A LIFE THREATENING ALLERGIC REACTION HAPPENS. WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT ALEXANDRA LIMON HAS TIPS FROM A FOOD ALLERGY EXPERT TO HELP YOU*GE* THOSE ALTERNATIVES. WHILE MOST FAMILIES ARE SHOPPING FOR NOTEBOOKS AND NEW JEANS… THE PARENTS OF KIDS WHO SUFFER FROM SEVERE FOOD ALLERGIES BE STOCKED UP WHEN IT COMES TO EPIPENS. COMING UP ON KNWA NEWS AT 5…HEAR FROM A FOOD ALLERGY EXPERT ON ALTERNATIVE (*JENNIFE*)) YOU CAN HAVE YOUR LEGAL WEED…OR YOU CAN HAVE YOUR LEGAL GUNS — BUT YOU CAN’T HAVE BOTH, AT LEAST ACCORDING TO THE FEDERAL GOVERMMENT. AS WASHINGTON, D.C. CORRESPONDENT TREVOR SHIRLEY REPORTS..*THA* IS SETTING UP A SHOWDOWN, WITH SOME ADVOCATES SAYING — THEIR RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS IS BEING VIOLATED FOR SIMPLY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF LEGAL MARIJUANA USE IN THEIR STATE. EXPERTS SAY ITS A UNIQUE SITUATION, ONE THAT WILL LIKELY END UP IN FRONT OF THE SUPREME COURT. KIM PETTERS SERVED IN THE AIR FORCE FOR TEN YEARS&AND DEPLOYED OVERSEAS. NOW RETIRED IN DELAWARE, SHE LEGALLY USES MEDICAL MARIJUANA TO HELP WITH PTSD.“I FOLLOW DOCTORS ORDERS AND STATE LAWS.” PETTERS ALSO WANTS TO BUY A GUN. BUT THAT’S SOMETHING SHE CAN’T DO.“SO IF I LIE ON THAT FORM, AND SAY NO, I’VE CREATED AN ENTIRELY DIFFERENT FELONY, WHICH COULD LAND ME FIVE YEARS IN JAIL. BUT IF I SAY YES, IM DENIED PURCHASE.” RECENTLY, THE ATF EVEN ADDED A WARNING SECTION TO THAT FORM&REMINDING POTENTIAL BUYERS OF FEDERAL LAW.THIS IS GOING TO BECOME INCREASINGLY AN ISSUE.” THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION’S AMY SWEARER, A SECOND AMENDMENT ATTORNEY, SAYS LAWSUITS OVER THIS HAVE NEVER MADE IT PAST LOWER LEVEL COURTS, BECAUSE FEDERAL LAW SUPERCEDES STATE LAW.“I THINK ULTIMATELY ITS GOING TO COME DOWN TO A CHANGE IN FEDERAL POLICY.” SO FAR, PETTERS SAYS SHE’S CHOSEN THE CANNABIS OVER A GUN. BUT HOPES SOMEDAY, SHE AND SO MANY OTHER AMERICANS– WONT HAVE TO MAKE (*JENNIFE*)) CHIEF METEOROLOGIST DAN SKOFF JOINS US WITH ANOTHER LOOK AT HIS FORECAST — WHEN WE COME BACK. ### “NOW, FROM YOUR NORTHWEST ARKANSAS WEATHER AUTHORITY, SKOFF.” (*DA*)) VERY DANGEROUS HEAT CONTINUED TO DEVELOP THIS AFTERNOON ACROSS MUCH OF EASTERN OKLAHOMA AND NORTHWEST ARKANSAS. HEAT INDEX VALUES IN THE 105 TO 115 DEGREE RANGE ARE EXPECTED INTO THE EARLY EVENING HOURS…WITH THE HIGHEST VALUES ACROSS PARTS OF NORTHEAST AND EAST CENTRAL OKLAHOMA AS WELL AS WEST CENTRAL ARKANSAS. ALSO THIS AFTERNOON…A FEW ISOLATED SHOWERS AND OR THUNDERSTORMS REMAIN POSSIBLE MAINLY ACROSS THE HIGHER TERRAIN LOCATIONS OF NORTHWEST ARKANSAS. LOCALLY STRONG WINDS…BRIEF HEAVY DOWNPOUR AND DANGEROUS LIGHTNING WILL BE POSSIBLE WITHIN ANY STORMS THAT DEVELOP. THIS ACTIVITY SHOULD WEAKEN WITH THE LOSS OF DAYTIME HEATING THIS EVENING.VERY DANGEROUS HEAT CONTINUED TO DEVELOP THIS AFTERNOON ACROSS MUCH OF EASTERN OKLAHOMA AND NORTHWEST ARKANSAS. HEAT INDEX VALUES IN THE 105 TO 115 DEGREE RANGE ARE EXPECTED INTO THE EARLY EVENING HOURS…WITH THE HIGHEST VALUES ACROSS PARTS OF NORTHEAST AND EAST CENTRAL OKLAHOMA AS WELL AS WEST CENTRAL ARKANSAS. ALSO THIS AFTERNOON…A FEW (*JENNIFE*)) WE HAVE YOUR JUST HOME HEADLINES NEXT AS K-N-W-A NEWS AT FIVE CONTINUES AND BE SURE TO “FIND” “LIKE” AND “FOLLOW” US! WE’RE ALL OVER SOCIAL MEDIA, TRACKING STORIES FOR YOU. TO FIND US… JUST SEARCH K-N-W-A. (*JENNIFE*)) IN CASE YOU ARE JUST WALKING IN THE DOOR, HERE’S A LOOK AT TODAY’S JUST HOME HEADLINES… 25-YEAR-OLD JOSHUA ANDERSON WAS ARRESTED FOR CAPITAL MURDER STEMMING FROM A CHILD’S DEATH IN SEPTEMBER 2018. HE’S FACING A CAPITAL MURDER CAHRGE. THE CHILD WAS TRANSPORTED TO NORTHWEST MEDICAL CENTER IN SPRINGDALE WITH MULTIPLE INJURIES WHERE SHE WAS PRONOUNCED DEAD. ### (*JENNIFE*)) TONIGHT WE’LL FOUND OUT IF A NEW NORTHWEST ARKANSAS ANIMAL SHELTER IS ANOTHER STEP CLOSER TO BREAKING GROUND… SPRINGDALE ANIMAL SERVICE REPRESENTATIES WILL PRESENT A BUILDING PLAN TO CITY COUNCIL. IF THEY GET APPROVED TONIGHT AND AT ANOTHER MEETING NEXT TUESDAY… THEY’LL BE ABLE TO OFFICIALLY BREAK GROUND ON THE NEW FACILITY. (*JENNIFE*)) A FORMER V-A MEDICAL CENTER PATHOLOGIST IS IN CUSTODY AND HEADING TO FEDERAL COURT. ON SATURDAY THE 53- YEAR-OLD DOCTOR….. ROBERT MORRIS LEVY… WAS ARRESTED AND TAKEN TO WASHINGTON COUNTY JAIL. LEVY HAS BEEN ACCUSED OF MISSING DIAGNOSIS WHILE WORKING IMPAIRED ON THE JOB AT THE VETERANS HEALTH CARE SYSTEM OF THE OZARKS. ON TUESDAY — U.S. ATTORNEY DAK KEESHERE WILL BE HOLDING A PRESS CONFERENCE IN FAYETTEVILLE TO DISCUSS HIS ARREST. (*JENNIFE*)) YOU CAN SEE MORE ON THESE STORIES TONIGHT IN OUR 6 P-M BROADCAST, OR HEAD TO THE KNWA NEWS APP RIGHT NOW FOR THE MOST UP TO DATE INFORMATION. YOU CAN DOWNLOAD OUR APP FOR FREE IN THE APP STORE OR ON GOOGLE PLAY. (*JENNIFE*)) THANKS FOR TUNING IN FOR THIS HALF HOUR OF K-N-W-A, NORTHWEST ARKANSAS