Special Projects and Political Editor
House’s Whitaker says allies welcome
FAYETTEVILLE — The new leader of the Democrats in the state House wants converts, but he won’t turn away allies if that’s what it takes to be effective.
Some witches hunted more than others
"In 2016 the Russian government, at the direction of Vladimir Putin himself, orchestrated cyber attacks on our nation for the purpose of influencing our election. That is a fact, plain and simple."
At invitation of Womack, Shulkin visits Fayetteville facility
FAYETTEVILLE -- The U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs toured a Fayetteville bright spot in his beleaguered department Monday, on his way to meet with Wal-Mart leaders on how to improve his agency's logistics.
Cities, organizers clarify meaning
A move by local governments to declare themselves "welcoming cities" brought both praise and condemnation recently by groups who believe it takes a stance on illegal immigration.
Stakes are very high in Senate race
Fayetteville-centered state Senate District 4 now has a race the Democrats should win. They can lose it, though. The result will matter for the whole state.
Democrat says he expects opposition
Rep. Greg Leding, D-Fayetteville, plans to run for the state Senate District 4 seat in next year's election.
Senate Democrat declares he’s done, 10 years enough
FAYETTEVILLE -- State Sen. Uvalde Lindsey, D-Fayetteville, does not plan to seek re-election in 2018.
State Sen. Uvalde Lindsey, D-Fayetteville, will not seek re-election in 2018, opening up a spot for one of the few Democratic seats in the Senate.
Comey more of a thorn out than in
James Comey's firing makes sense now. This is not good news for the president. The reason is clear, but very bad.
The board tasked with coordinating the fight against homelessness in Northwest Arkansas failed and is starting anew, the chairman of that group told a public meeting Thursday.