Wal-Mart Stores Inc. executives say there is plenty to celebrate this week as thousands of shareholders and employees from around the world arrive in Northwest Arkansas for the retailer's elaborate and star-studded business party.
Outdoor recreation is on the rise in the city with a major new park soon to open and plenty of improvements for other parks close to completion.
A searchable database of restaurant inspections in Northwest Arkansas performed by the Department of Health.
How voters cast ballots will change slightly after the Washington County Election Commission gets new equipment this year, commissioners said.
Drivers who get stopped by police this holiday weekend can forget rummaging through their glove compartments for an insurance card. Arkansas is one of 42 states that allows digital proof of insurance.
SPRINGDALE -- A Walgreens pharmacist was arrested Friday after store surveillance video showed him drinking liquid pain medication while on duty, according to police.
Residents can say online what they think Fayetteville’s transportation network needs and where its priorities should be for the next several years.
Southern Arkansas University students will pay 3.8 percent more in tuition and fees for the 2016-17 school year, school officials said.
Ongoing paving work on Interstate 49 between Johnson and Springdale will require overnight lane closures all next week, according to Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department officials.
Ozark Regional Transit will offer its "Kids Ride Free" program on all fixed routes again this summer.
Discussion about a new courts building for Benton County is set to resume next month.
Owners of the home that formerly belonged to the family of Louise Thaden said an ordinance that prohibits the relocation of a house inside city limits will not kill the plan to move it from 703 W. Central Ave.