In new twist, Trump says talks not dead

Subscriber onlyPresident Donald Trump said Friday that his administration was back in touch with North Korea and that the two sides may reschedule his summit meeting with Kim Jong Un, perhaps even on the original June 12 date, reversing course just a day after the president canceled the get-together.

Arkansas Board of Education to consider revised standards for accrediting schools, districts

Subscriber onlyThe Arkansas Board of Education will meet at 3 p.m. Wednesday to consider approving a revised set of state standards for accrediting schools and school districts that removes some of the existing specifics on class-size limits, course offerings and graduation requirements.

College credit for test clarified; AP exam score of 3 set by state

Subscriber onlyA new policy requires Arkansas' public colleges and universities to award course credit to students who have scored at least a 3 on an Advanced Placement exam.

Benton County election officials set Tuesday recount

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Benton County election officials say they expect to complete a recount in the closely contested race between Jana Della ...

Washington County appeals, mulls wedding venue permit lawsuit

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- County Attorney Brian Lester has filed an appeal as requested by the Washington County Quorum Court on a lawsuit o...

Arkansas man awaiting trial in toddler's death charged in jail scuffle

Subscriber onlyAn Arkansas man awaiting trial on murder and arson charges in the death of his girlfriend's 2-year-old son has been charged in Log...

Jemenei Day, Marshallese constitution day

Festivities Friday, May 25, 2018, during the opening ceremony for the 39th annual Republic of the Marshall Islands Jemenei (Consti...

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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Sports

Castroneves seeks 4th Indy 500 win

Subscriber onlyINDIANAPOLIS -- The screaming yellow firesuit made Helio Castroneves easy to find at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Religion

Do Bible's gender roles promote sexual bias?

Subscriber onlyAs a single woman and a professional author and editor, Gina Dalfonzo doesn't fit the stereotype of a conservative Christian woman whose life is built around home and motherhood. But Dalfonzo actually has no problem with the traditional idea that God intended men and women to have different roles. In fact, she cherishes it. She's always belonged to evangelical churches that are led by men only, a model she feels connects her through time to Jesus.

Outdoors

Fishing Hot Spots

Subscriber onlyLAKE CONWAY Bass fishing is excellent around the shoreline and along lily pads with soft plastics and white spinnerbaits. Bream fishing is excellent at 2 feet around the shoreline with crickets or worms. Crappie fishing is fair around cypress trees and bridges using minnows and jigs at 6-8 feet. Catfishing is excellent in the creek channels with large minnows.

Opinion

NWA editorial: Between a (Little) Rock ...

Subscriber onlyThe University of Arkansas' long goodbye to games in Little Rock's War Memorial Stadium will apparently drag out a few more years.

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Business

Chinese cities' electric-vehicle push paying off

Subscriber onlyAfter trying for two years to get a license for a gasoline-powered car in Beijing's bimonthly lottery, Gary Zhong gave up and bought the Qin EV300 electric vehicle from Warren Buffett-backed BYD Co.