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VIDEO: California man led Northwest Arkansas meth ring from prison, officials say

Subscriber onlyA California man who coordinated the shipment and sale of methamphetamine in Northwest Arkansas and elsewhere from prison was sentenced to 20 more years in federal prison this week, U.S. officials announced Thursday.

Veterans ride free on Ozark Transit

Subscriber onlyVeterans will soon be able to ride Ozark Regional Transit buses free on all fixed routes, the transit provider's board unanimously decided Thursday.

Northwest Arkansas Restaurant Inspections Database

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

Former deputy and police officer placed on probation

Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE -- Robert Michael Hendrix, a former Benton County sheriff's deputy and former Springdale police officer, admitted to accessing the Arkansas Crime Information Center for personal use.

Visit Bentonville supports cornhole event and bloggers summit

Subscriber onlyAdvertising and Promotion commissioners agreed to spend $16,500 between two events; one that will bring attention to the Benton County Fairgrounds and another that will bring continued attention to the area's outdoor recreation opportunities.

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Sam's Club returns to Springdale after a decade

Subscriber onlyRhonda Whinnery was happy to be back home Thursday morning as she cut the ribbon for the new Sam's Club store.

Benton County may see higher jail revenue

Subscriber onlyBenton County may be able to generate nearly $1 million if the Sheriff's Office and federal law enforcement agencies agree on housing federal prisoners in the county jail.


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Opinion

Mr. Pence’s speech

Subscriber onlySome are claiming victory for the opposition because of reports that about 150 people walked out of Vice President Mike Pence’s Notre Dame commencement speech.

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OPEC, others keep cap on output

Subscriber onlyAn alliance of many of the world's biggest oil-producing nations extended their agreement to cut output for an additional nine months, an effort to support prices that seems futile in the face of growing production from the U.S.