Jury sentences Chumley to life in prison

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- A jury sentenced Mark Edward Chumley to life in prison without the possibility of parole for killing and torturing a young woman in 2015.

Service organizations in Fayetteville, region, gearing up for winter

Subscriber onlyThe coming of winter means extra preparation for the organizations serving homeless residents, but with the region's largest campsite cleared last month, there's added pressure on volunteers and staff members.

Migrants key issue in Arkansas congressional race

Subscriber onlyFor the first time since he was elected in 2010, U.S. Rep. Steve Womack, R-Ark., has a Democratic opponent.

Democrat running for a state office left of a Garland County ballot

An Arkansas county has temporarily closed most of its early voting sites after the Democratic nominee for secretary of state was l...

Razing buildings increasing in Springdale

Subscriber onlySPRINGDALE -- A large white house stands abandoned at the corner of Lowell Road and Sanders Avenue with blue tarps on the roof, a ...

Rogers pilot-examiner pioneer among new Aviation Hall of Fame honorees

Subscriber onlyThe Federal Aviation Administration invited Gwen Batie Blue nearly 40 years ago to become a designated pilot examiner, an acknowle...

Rivals express views in state treasurer race

Subscriber onlyState Treasurer Dennis Milligan is touting his office's investment performance in his re-election bid.

Northwest Arkansas Restaurant Inspections Database

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

Let's Eat

Back Yard Burgers returns to Rogers

Subscriber onlyBack Yard Burgers is under new ownership and has reopened in a refreshed space at 4301 Pleasant Crossings Blvd. in Rogers.

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Unusual call moves kick, kills Cowboys

Subscriber onlyNo one on the winning Washington Redskins or the losing Dallas Cowboys seemed entirely sure about the rule that led to a penalty for "snap infraction." That flag turned a 47-yard field-goal try into a 52-yarder that slammed off the left upright as time expired.

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Eureka Springs looks at letting pigs already in the city stay

Subscriber onlyTwo pet pigs that live in the historic district of this tourist town will be allowed to remain under a proposal being considered by the Eureka Springs City Council.