Michelle Davis spends hours answering the steady ring of calls from working residents -- most single mothers -- who need help buying a home. She faced the struggle firsthand when it came time for her to find a place.
A 450-pound tiger named Izzy was the first patient at the new veterinary hospital at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge.
A searchable database of restaurant inspections in Northwest Arkansas performed by the Department of Health.
Haas Hall Academy of Fayetteville earned the highest average ACT score among 16 high schools reporting results for the Class of 2016.
The district will continue to work to ensure all schools have equal resources despite the board scrapping a policy to that effect, officials said.
Police are looking for a driver who struck and injured a teen on U.S. 412 early Sunday, according to Siloam Springs police.
Law enforcement agencies across Northwest Arkansas will partner with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to stem drunken driving over Labor Day weekend.
A Malvern man was arrested Wednesday, accused of assaulting two Garland County sheriff's deputies, threatening them with a stick and jumping into a lake in an attempt to get away.
Ongoing construction work on Interstate 49 will require continued overnight lane closings in several areas, according to Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department officials.
The Fire Department was reaccredited by the Center for Public Safety Excellence at the Fire Rescue International Conference in San Antonio last week.
At its state convention, the Democratic Party of Arkansas on Saturday passed a platform, selected a slate of electors and heard pep talks from candidates, fellow activists and a Hollywood celebrity.
Benton County officials are optimistic repairs to the historic War Eagle Bridge can begin around Nov. 1 and be completed before the 2017 spring craft fair in May.