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FBI seeks information on pediatrician formerly in Northwest Arkansas

The Federal Bureau of Investigation wants to hear from anyone who had contact with a pediatric surgeon who worked in Northwest Arkansas for a decade after he was charged with possessing and distributing child pornography.

Marshallese parents meet with Springdale district to talk education hopes

Marshallese parents are turning out in growing numbers to talk with School District officials and share concerns and wishes for their children, the English learning program's director told the School Board on Tuesday.

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Talks focus on objectives for NW transit system

Northwest Arkansas' transit system is designed in a way that covers a lot of people but is so spread out that it can't provide timely service with short waits for riders to be picked up, a transit expert says.

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Refugees settle into new lives in region

Canopy group saw last arrival in July

All of Northwest Arkansas’s refugees are officially settled following the months of cultural and English classes, job placement help and other direct assistance that greet every refugee arrival across the country.

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Northwest Arkansas groups call on region to plan for transportation future

Northwest Arkansas' public transportation system can't be successful as it's designed, a transit expert told area leaders this month.

Savings program encourages Marshallese to go to college

The Marshallese community is working to provide more of its people with a higher education.

Northwest Arkansas' Marshallese work to send more of their own to college

The Marshallese community is working to send more of its people into higher education.

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Industrial-maintenance apprentices graduate

SPRINGDALE -- Northwest Arkansas industries need people who can fix and maintain increasingly complex machinery, and they're partnering with Northwest Arkansas schools to get them.

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Northwest Arkansas companies, schools partner for in-demand technician training

SPRINGDALE -- Northwest Arkansas industries need people who can fix and maintain increasingly complex machinery, and they're partnering with Northwest Arkansas schools to get them.

Rogers cancer center, accused of fraud, calls claims part of illegal campaign

FAYETTEVILLE -- A years-long legal dispute between two of Northwest Arkansas primary cancer treatment centers continued this week with another slew of claims one center broke several laws.

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TJ West (right), a recent participant in the Pathway to Freedom re-entry program for Arkansas prison...

TJ West (right), a recent participant in the Pathway to Freedom re-entry program for Arkansas prison inmates before and after rele...

Published: August 4, 2017

Isaac Ogle (right) and his wife, Jennifer, explore a bluff shelter along a spring-fed creek Sunday i...

Isaac Ogle (right) and his wife, Jennifer, explore a bluff shelter along a spring-fed creek Sunday in the Devil’s Eyebrow Natural ...

Published: July 24, 2017

A solitary leaf pokes out of rock along a creek Sunday in the Devil’s Eyebrow Natural Area in northe...

A solitary leaf pokes out of rock along a creek Sunday in the Devil’s Eyebrow Natural Area in northeast Benton County. The area is...

Published: July 24, 2017

Jennifer Ogle, a land management specialist with the Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission, hikes alo...

Jennifer Ogle, a land management specialist with the Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission, hikes along a spring-fed creek Sunday i...

Published: July 24, 2017

A cluster of rose-gentian flowers bloom Sunday along the trail in the Devil’s Eyebrow Natural Area i...

A cluster of rose-gentian flowers bloom Sunday along the trail in the Devil’s Eyebrow Natural Area in northeast Benton County. The...

Published: July 24, 2017

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