FORT SMITH (KFSM) -- A place surrounded by gates and wire is now being turned into artwork as one London artist transforms the recreational yard at the Sebastian County Juvenile Detention Center as part of The Unexpected project. "This is our rec yard," said Cpl. Josh Hiedelberg, of the Sebastian County Sheriff's Office. "This is where we usually bring our incarcerated juveniles out to play basketball and work out." Lakwena Mciver is the artist adding some color to the juvenile detention center.
FORT SMITH (KFSM)- The Fort Smith Fire Department is in need of nearly a dozen firefighters, but the job process requires much more than the average job application. "When it comes to life safety, there's no room for mediocrity," Captain Ethan Millard, Fort Smith Fire Department said. For seventeen years, Millard has loaded up in a fire truck, responded to all types of calls and even saved lives. "I love it," Millard said. "It's a great job. I'm very fortunate.
FORT SMITH (KFSM)- Local shelters and organizations are offering cooling shelters for the homeless and those in need, as well as water stations for people to have water bottles or fill up their own. "It is miserable, especially not having a car, I walk everywhere," Kyle Davis said. Those in need are finding ways to stay cool in temperatures reaching triple digits and the help is coming from local shelters like the Community Rescue Mission and Next Step Homeless Services.
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