Local developers point to low unemployment, high-paying jobs and local amenities as signs Northwest Arkansas' multifamily residential market will remain strong through 2020.
Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee is widely quoted as saying an army couldn't exist without music.
The University of Arkansas is discriminating against its transgender staff or their transgender dependents by excluding gender dysphoria health care coverage, according to advocates who want the policy reinstated.
A man drowned in Beaver Lake on Friday while trying to retrieve a boat that had drifted away, according to the Washington County Sheriff's Office.
Fayetteville should improve income gap between white, black residents, Gates Foundation representative says
FAYETTEVILLE -- Fayetteville has been a progressive leader throughout the South when it comes to race relations, but the city could do more to bridge the income gap between black and white residents, according to the keynote speaker at the city's third annual Black History Month program.
Gateway mayor’s brother-in-law shot while on phone
Gateway Mayor Andrew Tillman was on the phone with his brother-in-law, who worked for the city, when the man was fatally shot by the town's former police chief, according to a probable-cause affidavit.
Brian Stockslager first started using drugs as a teen. He battled a methamphetamine addiction for more than 20 years, finally breaking the cycle when he was 40.
Gateway Mayor Andrew Tillman was on the phone with his brother-in-law who worked for the city when the man was fatally shot by the town's former police chief, according to a probable cause affidavit.
Suspect being held without bond
Grant Hardin, former police chief of the town of Gateway, Ark., was arrested in connection with the death of James Appleton, 59, according to a probable cause affadavit issued Friday.
A second set of remains found near Siloam Springs over the weekend are of RoseMarry Davidson, the 22-month-old who disappeared with her mother around Veterans Day, according to a Benton County sheriff's office news release.