Washington County Courts Reporter
Rashad Santon Brown was sentenced Wednesday to 12 years in prison for stabbing Cedric Oliver to death.
Two women charged with elder abuse will get help through a diversion program rather than facing prosecution.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Rashad Santon Brown was sentenced to 12 years at the Arkansas Department of Correction Wednesday for killing Cedric Oliver.
A Washington County jury found Rashad Santon Brown guilty of second-degree murder, which is a lesser offense than he was charged with for killing Cedric Oliver.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Jurors are deliberating in the first-degree murder trial of Rashad Santon Brown.
Lawyers describe fatal fight at party
FAYETTEVILLE -- Rashad Santon Brown doesn't deny he stabbed Cedric Oliver to death, but his attorney said it wasn't intentional.
Cities and counties made their pitches Thursday for a share of almost $8 million in federal transportation money the Northwest Arkansas metropolitan planning area is expected to receive next year.
A Washington County jury awarded a Springdale woman almost $5 million in damages in a civil fraud lawsuit.
Floodwater doesn't respect municipal boundaries, so planners say a regional approach to flooding is needed as Northwest Arkansas continues to grow.
FAYETTEVILLE -- A federal appeals court Monday reversed and remanded a bank robbery case for resentencing, saying enhancements for using a minor to commit a crime were incorrectly applied.