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Planners recommend ArDOT focus on Arkansas 112, Northern Bypass

Regional planners likely will recommend improvements to Arkansas 112 and building the next section of the U.S. 412 Northern Bypass as priorities for the state Transportation Department.

Attorneys still seeking release of Ecclesia documents under FOIA

A former Ecclesia board member has amended for the third time a Freedom of Information Act request seeking documents related to money the embattled private college received from state General Improvement Funds.

Motion filed to toss Fayetteville church's lawsuit

A lawsuit by Central United Methodist Church to rescind the sale of property on Dickson Street should be dismissed for failure to state a valid claim, according to a court filing Wednesday.

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Filing seeks dismissal of ex-school chief's suit

A lawsuit filed by former Superintendent Matthew Wendt claiming the woman who accused him of sexual harassment is responsible for the Fayetteville School Board firing him should be dismissed, according to a motion filed Friday.

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Springdale teen pleads not guilty in drive-by shooting

A Springdale teen charged as an adult in connection with a drive-by shooting pleaded not guilty Thursday in Washington County Circuit Court.

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Engineers along I-49 focusing on big projects

Highway construction along Interstate 49 is humming in Northwest Arkansas.

Potential new XNA honchos pared to three

HIGHFILL -- Regional airport board members narrowed the number of hopefuls to three vying to replace the executive director.

Manzano charged as an adult in Springdale drive-by

Prosecutors in Washington County have charged a Springdale teen as an adult in connection with a drive-by shooting incident last week.

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XNA interviewing chief executive hopefuls

Regional airport directors will interview six candidates today in their search for an executive director.

Sentence 27 years in fatal drive-by

Jury rejects claim man didn’t know passenger was set to kill

A jury on Thursday afternoon found Giovanni Vasquez-Sanchez guilty of being an accomplice to first-degree murder and unlawful discharge of a firearm from a vehicle.

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Officials from the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration post a sign on the front doors ...

Officials from the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration post a sign on the front doors of Mary Maestri’s in Tontitown...

Published: May 15, 2010

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