Arkansans tell Trump: Do no harm to trading

Subscriber only\Gov. Asa Hutchinson and Arkansas business leaders on Tuesday sent a unified message to the Trump administration about pending trade negotiations: Change is fine, but do no harm to the state's trading relationships with Mexico and Canada.

Northwest Arkansas leaders tout the benefits of diversity and inclusion of minorities

Subscriber onlyNorthwest Arkansas' increasingly mixed and diverse community helps its economy stay strong and its quality of life high, a panel of experts from Tyson Foods, Wal-Mart and the University of Arkansas said Tuesday.

Council hears report on Springdale's Rabbit Foot Lodge repair

Subscriber onlyA plan might make the former home of Sen. J. William Fulbright habitable again.

'We will shape our future together,' Fayetteville mayor says in annual address

Subscriber only The city's administration is ready to take bold risks to address residents' needs and build upon previous accomplishments, laying...

On snow day, many pupils go to school at home in state first

Subscriber onlyTuesday was not only a snow day for students and teachers in many Arkansas school districts but also their first work-from-home da...

Northwest Arkansas counties weather storm with little trouble

Subscriber onlyBenton and Washington Counties weathered the first real winter storm of the season with few problems to report.

Walmart names Judith McKenna to run international unit

Subscriber onlyNEW YORK — Walmart has picked Judith McKenna to run its international unit, a job that in the past has led to the CEO role at the ...

Northwest Arkansas Restaurant Inspections Database

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

Let's Eat

Bentonville's Station Cafe to close April 28

Subscriber onlyDowntown Bentonville's Station Cafe will close its doors April 28, but owners are looking to relocate, according to management.

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Food

Historic proportions

Subscriber onlyFlorence's most iconic dish is, without a doubt, bistecca alla fiorentina: an enormous porterhouse steak, minimally seasoned with salt and pepper, grilled and served bloody rare. It's a showstopper, for sure. But it's not for everyone, or for every occasion. Less well known, but just as worthy, are the simple roasts served in the city's cozy trattorias, in family-run restaurants in the countryside and in home kitchens throughout the Italian region of Tuscany.

Opinion

NWA editorial: Digging a hole

Subscriber onlySteve Womack kept speaking and the hole he joined President Donald Trump in just kept getting deeper.

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Business

Arkansas panel stymied on dicamba cutoff

Subscriber onlyThe state Plant Board's cutoff date on spraying dicamba on crops this year moved closer Tuesday to taking effect after a legislative subcommittee could find no legal way to stop it.