Northwest News Reporter
Plans call for statue, restored boyhood home in Marvell
The cotton fields of Turkey Scratch are occasionally invaded by foreign tourists taking pictures.
Technical errors in citation lead to circuit court ruling
FAYETTEVILLE -- A DWI conviction against William Asa Hutchinson III, the Arkansas governor's son, was overturned Monday based in part on the difference between darkness and daylight.
A Sonora woman told police she shot Gary Dean Johnson, 63, of Hindsville because he wouldn't let her leave his camper trailer, according to a probable-cause report.
A 66-year-old Fort Smith woman has reported to a federal prison in Texas to begin serving a 50-month sentence in connection with a multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme she ran through her companies in New Jersey.
Dickson Street issue: Local vs. chain
FAYETTEVILLE -- From Dead Swanky to a house of prayer.
Twenty-four people have been charged in Arkansas as part of the "largest health-care fraud enforcement action in Department of Justice history," according to a federal agency.
EUREKA SPRINGS -- Arkansas legislators will study a proposal to close primary elections to voters in opposing parties.
Arkansas voter data provided to President Donald Trump's voter-fraud commission is headed for the trash days after it was submitted.
Berryville voters on Tuesday approved the extension of a 0.5 percent sales tax until 2030 and the issuance of up to $6.5 million in bonds to pay for improvements, primarily for streets.
Stagecoach horses once slept there, preservationists say
For sale: 160-year-old barn that served as a horse stable for the longest stagecoach line in history.