XNA looks at turning the page on airport leadership

Subscriber only Regional airport board members discussed Wednesday how they will replace people who run the airport when they retire.

Speed limit rise viable for much of Arkansas interstate system, study finds

Subscriber onlyNearly 60 percent of the Arkansas interstate system can have a posted speed limit of 75 mph, according to a draft of an Arkansas Department of Transportation review of speed limits, mandated by a 2017 state law.

Northwest Arkansas Restaurant Inspections Database

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

Female Arkansas lawmakers start video project to empower young women

Subscriber onlyState Rep. DeAnn Vaught, a Republican from Horatio, wants young women to know she was not the best student.

Fall break campers develop app ideas in Bentonville

Subscriber onlyGiven a few days off from classes, some kids went to school anyway this week to work on solving problems through technology.

  • 7,000 buildings destroyed in deadly California wildfires

    Subscriber onlySAN FRANCISCO — California officials have raised the number of homes and structures destroyed in this month's wildfires to nearly 7,000 and said Thursday that the number will likely climb as crews continue assessing areas scorched by the blazes that killed 42 people.

  • Trump on his Puerto Rico response: 'I'd say it was a 10'

    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump gave himself a "10" Thursday for his response to the widespread devastation Puerto Rico suffered after back-to-back hurricanes created a situation that the island's governor described as "catastrophic" as he met with Trump at the White House.

  • One tax path out, Arkansas road-funding puzzle restarts

    Subscriber onlyOne day after Gov. Asa Hutchinson said he would "vigorously oppose" any effort to siphon Arkansas general revenue for road construction, state highway officials are returning to the drawing board to develop measures that don't include general revenue.

  • Fayetteville police to host auction in Springdale

    Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Seized and forfeited items will be up for grabs at an upcoming police auction.

  • Central EMS committee picks architects, mulls finance options

    Subscriber onlyCentral Emergency Medical Service officials chose Wittenberg, Delony & Davidson Architects to do a rendering, cost estimate and engineering plan for an ambulance service headquarters.

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Complaint filed over turkeys dropped from plane during Arkansas festival

Subscriber onlyA Bruno woman has filed a second complaint this month against the "Phantom Pilot" of the Yellville Turkey Trot festival.

2 Arkansas legislators revisit idea of talks on race relations

Subscriber onlyState Sens. Jim Hendren, R-Sulphur Springs, and Joyce Elliott, D-Little Rock, are trying to find a way to foster discussions among lawmakers about race relations, despite the Legislative Council's rejection of their proposal to create a race relations subcommittee last month, Hendren said Wednesday.



Anderson: Bobby Portis not a hothead

Subscriber only Arkansas Razorbacks Coach Mike Anderson said he was extremely surprised when he heard Bobby Portis punched a Chicago Bulls teammate in practice Tuesday.


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Partners at WTO fret over U.S. edict

Subscriber onlyIsrael, Hong Kong and Taiwan joined a number of U.S. allies at the World Trade Organization on Wednesday to express concerns over President Donald Trump's executive order that calls on U.S. authorities to "maximize" use of American-made goods, products and materials in government procurement.