Special Projects and Political Editor
The judge in the corruption case involving former state Sen. Jon Woods on Friday set an April 9 trial date.
State Rep. Robin Lundstrum, R-Elm Springs, will run for a third term, she confirmed Friday.
GOP must thoroughly vet its candidates first
Republicans threw away a U.S. Senate seat from Alabama on Tuesday.
Tontitown landmark’s demolition begins
TONTITOWN -- Fire took the first church. A tornado destroyed the second. Now, after 73 years, age claimed the third.
Government asked for delay based on audio recordings
FAYETTEVILLE — Hearings in the corruption trial of former state Sen. Jon Woods were reset for Jan. 10 and Jan. 25, U.S. District Judge Timothy Brooks ordered Thursday.
FAYETTEVILLE — Hearings in the corruption trial of former state Sen. Jon Woods were reset for Jan. 10 and Jan. 25, U.S. District Judge Timothy Brooks ordered this morning.
City seeks to add knowledge-based jobs
BRANSON, Mo. -- Making Springdale a more desirable place to live as well as work appeared on the priority list of every topic brought up at a planning session Friday of more than 100 business leaders, city staff and elected officials.
Trump’s vanity could get the president in trouble
I do not yet believe President Donald Trump colluded with the Russian government in the 2016 election. I strongly suspect others close to him did. I also expect the president would not want any such connection exposed, even if those close to him were mere dupes rather than active collaborators.
Covertly recorded audio files will be the subject of a hearing Dec. 14 in the corruption case involving former Sen. Jon Woods, according to attorneys.
FAYETTEVILLE -- A new hearing is set for 9 a.m. Dec. 14 in the kickback case involving former Sen. Jon Woods, R-Springdale, the federal court docket showed Wednesday.