Emergency workers, residents and city street crews in Benton and Washington counties prepared Friday for more flooding as weather predictions showed up to 10 inches of rain could fall through Sunday morning.
Arkansas lawmakers and law enforcement continue to devise measures to address prescription drug abuse with a new law mandating monitoring by prescribers and by supporting programs such as the Arkansas Take Back program.
A searchable database of restaurant inspections in Northwest Arkansas performed by the Department of Health.
Kate Gaffigan, deputy director of emergency services for Benton County, confirmed the following road closures as of 10:30 a.m. this morning:
A Springdale man pleaded guilty Wednesday to killing a Huntsville man in 2015.
The city's compost facility no longer will accept waste from commercial haulers beginning May 8, according to a news release.
ATLANTA — President Donald Trump reaffirmed his support for gun rights Friday, telling attendees of a National Rifle Association convention that "the eight-year assault on your Second Amendment freedoms has come to a crashing end."
HOUSTON — Former President George H.W. Bush has been released from a Houston hospital where he received treatment for a mild case of pneumonia and chronic bronchitis during a two-week stay.
UNITED NATIONS — The United States called for new sanctions on North Korea on Friday and threatened to punish international companies doing banned business with the nation's nuclear and missile programs. Doing nothing could be "catastrophic," top diplomat Rex Tillerson told a special U.N. Security Council session he chaired.
A Decatur woman has pleaded guilty to recklessly causing the death of her 2-month-old son.
Five professors will receive a total of up to $33,000 as part of a new grant program encouraging University of Arkansas, Fayetteville faculty to use low-cost, open-access educational materials.