LOWELL -- Northwest Arkansas stands out among its peer metropolitan areas with fast job growth and relatively low housing prices, but continues to struggle with lower incomes and other concerns, according to a University of Arkansas report released Friday.
Northwest Arkansas families who live in public housing may receive low-cost broadband Internet service soon, the Hispanic Women of Arkansas group learned Friday at its annual conference.
A searchable database of restaurant inspections in Northwest Arkansas performed by the Department of Health.
About 10,000 Arkansans who receive group-therapy services through Medicaid will be limited to 25 one-hour sessions a year under a rule change that will take effect next week.
The number of reported rapes increased at two of the state's largest universities, according to annual security reports published in advance of today's federal deadline.
Former school Superintendent Janie Darr will be among four names added to the Rogers Public Education Foundation's Wall of Distinction next year.
Barry Moehring and Shawn Holloway won the Republican nominations for county judge and sheriff and now the two must defeat candidates in November's general election to win the offices.
Benton County officials will continue to refine options for a courts building Tuesday at the second of three public workshops on the project.
An Afghanistan soldier training at a Little Rock international military student program is among seven in the nation who disappeared from U.S. military bases this month, military officials said Thursday.
A Rogers man was arrested this week after Benton County Sheriff's Office investigators found nearly 6,000 files of child pornography on his personal laptop, according to a probable cause affidavit.
The Civil Service Commission upheld the termination of a Fire Department captain Friday afternoon because he failed to appeal his firing within the required 10 days.
The Police Department has changed its policy and now tells officers to issue citations rather than arrest people who have warrants for failure to pay fines and costs, according to a Sept. 21 internal memo.