Convenience is the reason Kasey Ramirez chose to vote early Wednesday. Whatever the reason, Benton and Washington counties are seeing heavy early voter turnout.
Arkansans who plan to vote by absentee ballot have a looming deadline by which absentee applications are due.
A searchable database of restaurant inspections in Northwest Arkansas performed by the Department of Health.
A state appeals court reversed a fire and police pension board Tuesday and sent the case of a former Springdale firefighter who was denied duty-related disability benefits for his cancer back for a different decision.
The next time a winter storm hits Arkansas, the National Weather Service wants to make sure that the people who notify others about how bad it is are all on the same page.
Two newcomers are seeking the open seat on the Washington County Quorum Court.
Steven J. Griggs, 30, of Centerton pleaded guilty Wednesday to second-degree sexual assault and third-degree domestic battery and was sentenced to six years in state prison and a 14-year suspended sentence.
The attorney for a Berryville man charged with robbing a Eureka Springs bank so he could buy a motorcycle from a Bentonville police officer is asking that his client be tested to determine his mental competency.
The former administrative assistant for the Garland County judge was arrested Tuesday morning on six felony counts alleging fraudulent use of a county credit card, including personal purchases for items that included Arkansas Razorbacks tickets and a tuxedo for her dog.
The Parks and Recreation Department will open the Bentonville Bike Playground at 10 a.m. Nov. 5.
Arkansas' Insurance Department should continue to be prevented from promoting enrollment in the state's expanded Medicaid program next year, a legislative subcommittee recommended Wednesday.
West High School juniors are adding to the city's growing repertoire of public art. The students created work that will be in a trio of pedestrian tunnels along the city's trail system.