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Fayetteville high school neighbors selling parking spots catch city's attention

Subscriber onlyEnterprising neighbors may need to go through some hoops if they want to keep charging Fayetteville High School students to park on their property.

Fayetteville police launch investigation after man admitted to hospital with gunshot wound

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Police are investigating after a man showed up to the hospital Wednesday with a gunshot wound.

Judge refuses to close hearings on Wendt documents in Fayetteville

Subscriber onlyCourt hearings will be open to the public on whether to release records related to the firing of former Superintendent Matthew Wendt, a judge ruled Wednesday.

Catholic high school opens its doors in Northwest Arkansas

TONTITOWN — Students, faculty and community members came together Thursday to celebrate the opening of Northwest Arkansas’ only Ca...

Walmart sees sales rise at stores and online, raises outlook

Subscriber onlyNEW YORK -- Walmart raised its financial outlook for the year after beating Wall Street's expectations for its fiscal second quart...

Tribes send $1M more to promote state's casinos issue

Subscriber onlyThe Quapaw and Cherokee tribes last month together sent $1 million more to the Driving Arkansas Forward committee that is promotin...

Eminent domain proceedings begin to make way for Rogers trail completion

Subscriber onlyThe city council authorized the start of condemnation proceedings Tuesday to complete the Pleasant Ridge Trail.

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JoyHouse Coffee opens in Bentonville

Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE -- When David and Casey Watson took their first mission trip to Haiti in 2016, they had never heard of Haitian coffee.

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Corps 'optimistic' generation problem resolved

Subscriber onlyIf repair of a generator at Beaver Dam has been successful, plenty of cold water is flowing down the White River today, creating better conditions for trout and anglers.

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WOODY BASSETT: Common ground is out there

Subscriber onlyWhere's the hope and usefulness in our politics now? What happened to our ability to compromise for the better good? Is problem-solving no longer achievable in our democracy? What happened to engaging in productive and robust debate rooted in truth, common sense, real facts and actual evidence? What happened to having the courage to cast an unpopular vote that might jeopardize your re-election but you knew was in the country's best interest? Where's the decency, respect and civility toward others? What happened to appealing to the best in people instead of the worst?

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Maker of rocket motors to spend $50M expanding plant in state; 140 new jobs planned

Subscriber onlyAerojet Rocketdyne, a defense contractor with a presence in Arkansas for 40 years, on Wednesday announced a $50 million expansion of its plant in East Camden, with plans to hire another 140 workers over the next three years.