ROGERS -- Nurturing the ancient human drives to create and explore can improve Arkansas' economy and transform schooling for every age, educators and other experts said Monday.
Northwest Arkansas-based startup companies that hope to eliminate the need for loose change, make solar energy more accessible or offer other services won thousands of dollars in cash and services at a pitch competition Thursday evening.
Trauma in kids' lives often shows itself in outbursts and other disruptions at school, but teachers can help them handle powerful emotions in healthier ways, a mental health expert told Springdale educators Wednesday.
Northwest Arkansans are creating jobs and businesses at a healthy clip and are more educated than in recent years, according to a University of Arkansas report released Tuesday.
Two federal programs that support the health care of thousands of low-income Northwest Arkansans expired this weekend, though Arkansas likely has a few months before it'll feel the full effects.
The network of groups helping Northwest Arkansans turn their ideas into businesses is growing -- again.
The Arkansas State Police is conducting an administrative review of the troop that patrols Northwest Arkansas following several incidents this year, a police spokesman confirmed.
Public influenza vaccination clinics have begun in Northwest Arkansas as the annual flu season nears.
Hundreds of Marshallese kids will get a kick-start to their college savings under a local program that launches next month and aims to get more Marshallese into higher education.
Aim is 529 plans for Marshallese
Hundreds of Marshallese kids will get a kickstart to their college savings under a local program that launches next month and aims to get more Marshallese into higher education.