Tens of thousands of Northwest Arkansans and many more across the state could lose their health insurance under the Senate version of a Republican health care bill.
Northwest Arkansas' Pacific Islanders would lose access to government assistance for health coverage under a Senate Republican bill revealed Thursday, an immigration attorney said.
A college degree isn't the only path to a successful and fulfilling career, business leaders, economists and educators across Northwest Arkansas say.
An Arkansas native with government experience in Washington, D.C., and California will return home to head the Northwest Arkansas Council, the group announced Tuesday.
Nelson Peacock was named as the Northwest Arkansas Council president Tuesday during a press conference in Springdale.
Training for Northwest Arkansas' nurses is changing to try to meet the region's growing needs and head off a looming shortage, nurses and other experts say.
SPRINGDALE -- Northwest Arkansas' growing Pacific Islander community needs more of its own members wearing nurse scrubs, medic uniforms and the white lab coats of doctors and pharmacists, community leaders said this weekend.
The extraordinarily low unemployment rate that draws thousands of newcomers to Northwest Arkansas and could be lifting wages is approaching record levels, new federal data show.
The changes medical marijuana brings to Arkansas will likely be less widespread than advocates hope or opponents fear, at least at first, recent history and research suggest.
A California man who coordinated the shipment and sale of methamphetamine in Northwest Arkansas and elsewhere from prison was sentenced to 20 more years in federal prison this week, U.S. officials announced Thursday.