Arkansas drops 4,100 more from Medicaid over work rule

Subscriber onlyLITTLE ROCK -- Arkansas has nearly doubled the number of people removed from its expanded Medicaid program over a new work requirement that's the subject of a federal lawsuit.

Bentonville to sell downtown buildings

Subscriber onlyTwo downtown government buildings will begin new chapters in their histories when the city sells them.

Students excited about food truck stop

Subscriber onlyIt was an unusual sight as Holt Middle School students lined up to get their lunch at a food truck parked in front of their school.

Ozark Natural Foods buys former IGA building in Fayetteville

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Ozark Natural Foods will go ahead and move to the former IGA building downtown.

UA chancellor touts salaries, says annual raises for faculty will be priority

Subscriber onlyIncreases to faculty salaries have been a priority for the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, said Chancellor Joe Steinmetz, wi...

Businesses filling out final area of Pleasant Crossing in Rogers

Subscriber onlyDevelopers are working on the final phase of a retail area in south Rogers.

County clerk candidates talk office improvements

Subscriber onlyEmily Sledge, a Democrat, is running against Becky Lewallen, the Republican incumbent, for Washington County clerk.

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Fayetteville Applebee's closes

Subscriber onlyThe Applebee's Grill and Bar at 4078 North College Ave. in Fayetteville has closed.

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Major US indexes continue to wobble; Tech stocks sink again

NEW YORK — U.S. stock indexes are wavering Monday as technology companies continue to slump and high-dividend stocks rise. Trading on Wall Street remains uneven after last week's steep losses. The S&P 500 and other major U.S. indexes are coming off their worst week since late March as investors worry about rising interest rates and trade tensions between the U.S. and China. Bank of America dropped after it reported disappointing growth in loans.