FAYETTEVILLE -- The search has begun for two executive directors to focus on curriculum and principal evaluations for the School District.
STRICKLER -- Work began this month to assess the level of radioactivity remaining at the heart of a shuttered nuclear reactor test site in rural Washington County.
A searchable database of restaurant inspections in Northwest Arkansas performed by the Department of Health.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Cantrell Graydon, charged with capital murder in a fatal stabbing in Fayetteville last year, is mentally fit to go to trial, according to a doctor at the Arkansas State Hospital.
Sojas Wagle, a 15-year-old sophomore at Springdale's Har-Ber High School, has become the second Arkansas student in as many years to win the USA Brain Bee Championship that is held annually at the University of Maryland.
Forecasters are warning millions of people living in three Plains states of a powerful storm system capable of producing heavy rainfall, large hail and tornadoes by the end of the weekend.
A home and workshop burned near Strickler on Thursday. The fire spread to nearby trees and burned several vehicles as wind whipped the flames to dangerous conditions, said Mark Myers, West Fork fire chief.
BENTONVILLE -- A Bella Vista man was arrested Thursday in connection with charges of exposing himself to women on the trail near the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.
BENTONVILLE -- New legislation regarding guns on college campuses will be the topic of two forums at Northwest Arkansas Community College next week.
Melissa Michelle Abbott, 32, of 5475 Colvin Place in Lowell was arrested Thursday in connection with aggravated assault. Abbott was being held Friday in the Benton County Jail with no bond set.
SPRINGDALE -- One man was killed in a four-vehicle crash that left traffic at a standstill near the Washington-Benton county line Friday morning.
Little Rock attorney Patrick Benca, who says he was blocked by state prison officials from seeing a client for more than a week, was allowed access to the man on Friday, but only after suing the Department of Correction to force the disclosure of the inmate's whereabouts.