UPDATE: One feared dead, thousands at risk in VA case review

Subscriber onlyUPDATE: 11:55 a.m. This was the second time the pathologist was discovered being impaired while diagnosing cases, according to hospital administrators.

Artist at helm of boat project at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Subscriber onlyArtist Nancy Rubins spent three weeks in Bentonville working on Monochrome II. Besides canoes, the sculpture includes aluminum rowboats, jon boats and Instaboats, which are portable folding boats. Dents, scrapes and holes just give the boats more texture and character.

Pro golfers find comforts of home in NWA

Subscriber only Every year members of the Pinnacle Country Club area open their homes up to players competing in the LGPA tournament, which sometimes leads to unexpected relationships that last a lifetime.

Files sentenced to 18 months in federal prison

Former state senator Jake Files was sentenced Monday to 18 months in federal prison and was ordered to pay more than $83,000 in re...

Writing camp draws Northwest Arkansas kids back to school

Subscriber onlyStudents who just completed a two-week writing camp at Creekside Middle School said they enjoyed the experience and now are more c...

Lawsuit aims to strike health protections

Subscriber onlyArkansas and federal officials have called on a Texas court to overturn the law saying health insurance companies must offer cover...

PHOTOS: Historic building at Devil's Den State Park opens after $450,000 restoration

Subscriber onlyA historic building at Devil's Den State Park in Washington County has been restored and is open again after a fire nearly destroy...

Northwest Arkansas Restaurant Inspections Database

A searchable database of restaurant inspections in Northwest Arkansas performed by the Department of Health.

Let's Eat

8th Street Market mushrooms with build out

Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE -- The 8th Street Market will grow this summer season with the opening of The Vine and South Market, increasing the facility's role as an activity hub in the southeast part of downtown.

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The Folsom effect: Famous behind-bars concert turned Johnny Cash's career around and began a yearslong crusade for prison reform

Subscriber onlyWhen Johnny Cash stepped onstage at Folsom State Prison on Jan. 13, 1968, for the concerts that would change his life, he was in rough shape.

Outdoors

Ouachita River smallmouths

Subscriber onlyMaybe it was overkill, but the smallmouth bass fishing on the Ouachita River demanded an encore performance.

Opinion

The break-up

Subscriber onlyBreaking California into three states is no longer just a kooky idea being pushed by one rich guy. Now it’s a kooky idea that millions of Californians will face on the ballot in November, with less than five months to study how such a profound change might fundamentally change their lives and fortunes.

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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS: First Security Bank pays $900,000 for land to build central Arkansas branch

Subscriber onlyFirst Security Bank of Searcy paid $900,000 last month for 12.5 undeveloped acres on Brockington Road in Sherwood.