Washington County Courts Reporter
A man who killed two passengers when he crashed his pickup after leaving a Springdale nightclub pleaded guilty to negligent homicide in Washington County Circuit Court on Wednesday.
Nicolas Torres, 20, pleaded guilty Tuesday to hindering apprehension and was sentenced to 10 years with five years suspended at the Arkansas Department of Correction.
FAYETTEVILLE -- A Springdale man's federal firearm conviction was thrown out by an appeals court Monday, and he will be resentenced on drug convictions.
Fayetteville man faces charges in fatal stabbing that ended 2015 altercation
FAYETTEVILLE -- A man charged with capital murder in a fatal 2015 stabbing in Fayetteville is mentally fit to go to trial, according to a doctor at Arkansas State Hospital.
A lot of work goes into making sure a growing area maintains its charm. Just ask any of the planners from the public and private groups across Northwest Arkansas with their eyes on the future.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Cantrell Graydon, charged with capital murder in a fatal stabbing in Fayetteville last year, is mentally fit to go to trial, according to a doctor at the Arkansas State Hospital.
JPs restore funding for regional transit
Ozark Regional Transit will keep rural Washington County bus service after funding was restored by the Quorum Court last week, but it's going to look a lot different.
Group wants work halted on creek structure until suit heard
Opponents of Bentonville's plan to rebuild the Lake Bella Vista dam on Little Sugar Creek are asking a federal judge to halt the project until their lawsuit can be heard.
Ozark Regional Transit will keep rural Washington County bus service after money was restored by the Quorum Court last week, but it's going to look a lot different.
One Springdale teen is appealing after a judge refused to transfer his murder case to juvenile court and a second young man is fit to stand trial in the case.