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Walton study to look at Northwest Arkansas' housing needs

A group supported by the Walton Family Foundation hopes to document the housing market for Northwest Arkansas residents and to propose ways to address problems such as affordability as the area grows.

Doctor-poser pleads guilty, gets 6 years in fraud, ID theft

FAYETTEVILLE — A woman who claimed she was a doctor to scam patients, including some in Northwest Arkansas, was sentenced in Alabama to more than six years in federal prison after she pleaded guilty to charges that included wire fraud and identity theft.

Lawyers' disqualification reversed

The Arkansas Supreme Court reversed and remanded Thursday a Washington County Circuit judge's ruling disqualifying Lindsey Management Co.'s legal team from representing the company in a lawsuit.

Lawyers' disqualification reversed

FAYETTEVILLE -- The Arkansas Supreme Court reversed and remanded Thursday a Washington County Circuit judge's ruling disqualifying Lindsey Management Co.'s legal team from representing the company in a lawsuit.

Engineer settles lawsuit over train wreck

A federal lawsuit brought by a former engineer who claimed he was injured in a 2014 train wreck near Brentwood has been settled out of court.

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Engineer settles lawsuit over train wreck

FAYETTEVILLE — A federal lawsuit brought by a former engineer who claimed he was injured in a 2014 train wreck near Brentwood has been settled out of court.

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Former Northwest Arkansas resident Gervais sentenced for Alabama scams

A woman who claimed she was a doctor to scam patients -- including some in Northwest Arkansas -- was sentenced in Alabama to more than six years in federal prison after she pleaded guilty to charges including wire fraud and identity theft.

Judge again rules Springdale properly annexed land from Tontitown

A judge ruled in favor of Springdale this week in an ongoing annexation dispute with neighboring Tontitown.

Rogers gambling operation draws probation, fine, forfeiture

FAYETTEVILLE -- A Rogers man who earlier pleaded guilty to federal charges of running a gambling business out of his home for several years was sentenced to probation and a hefty fine Monday in U.S. District Court in Fayetteville.

Rogers gambling operation draws probation, fine, forfeiture

FAYETTEVILLE -- A Rogers man who earlier pleaded guilty to federal charges of running a gambling business out of his home for several years was sentenced to probation and a hefty fine today in U.S. District Court in Fayetteville.

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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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