Pinnacle Foods announces Fayetteville expansion

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- A major food company will expand with environmental friendliness, sustainability, safety and economic viability in mind, representatives said Monday.

Ruling boosts state agencies' suit immunity

Subscriber onlyProvisions of the open-government law that give Arkansas courts the authority to review decisions made by state regulators are now unconstitutional under Thursday's state Supreme Court ruling that establishes almost complete immunity from lawsuit for state agencies, Pulaski County Circuit Judge Tim Fox ruled on Monday.

Gun ordinance on agenda for Rogers City Council

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- They may be residents of Rogers now, but they still want to shoot guns at their homes.

Lawmakers end shutdown; Democrats given word on DACA

Subscriber onlyWASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump signed a government spending bill Monday evening that ends a three-day partial shutdown, the ...

Fired at crowd after gunfire started inside downtown Little Rock club, rapper's bodyguard says

Subscriber onlyCourt records obtained Monday show that a bodyguard for a Memphis rapper told police he panicked after gunfire started at the Powe...

Hurt by Arkansas police officer, federal jury told

Subscriber onlyFORT SMITH -- A 44-year-old man told a U.S. District Court jury Monday that a Fort Smith police officer used excessive force on hi...

PHOTOS: At least 2 tornadoes strike Arkansas, damage buildings, power lines

Subscriber onlySPRINGHILL -- One week after Arkansans were building snowmen and eating snow ice cream, two tornadoes struck communities in centra...

Northwest Arkansas Restaurant Inspections Database

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

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Wright's Barbecue opens brick and mortar, expands hours

Subscriber onlyWright's Barbecue has settled into it's Johnson store front and is expanding store hours Jan. 22, co-owner Jordan Wright said.

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Northwest Arkansas Outdoors

Once busy highway now a scenic drive

Subscriber onlyA visit to the Arkansas River valley brought an opportunity to take the road less traveled on the trip back home. The drive north was a chance to get re-acquainted with twisting and scenic U.S. 71.

Outdoors

Once busy highway now a scenic drive

Subscriber onlyA visit to the Arkansas River valley brought an opportunity to take the road less traveled on the trip back home. The drive north was a chance to get re-acquainted with twisting and scenic U.S. 71.

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NWA editorial: Pay to play

Subscriber onlyMembership has its privileges, the old American Express advertising slogan used to say.

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Arkansas bank's profit in quarter $18.9M

Subscriber onlySimmons First National Corp. made a profit of $18.9 million in the fourth quarter last year, down from $27 million in the fourth quarter of 2016, the Pine Bluff bank said Friday.