VIDEO: Former Gateway police chief arrested in connection with homicide

Subscriber onlyGrant Hardin, former police chief of the town of Gateway, Ark., was arrested in connection with the death of James Appleton, 59, according to a probable cause affadavit issued Friday.

Siloam Springs man's bond set at $150,000 in rape, manslaughter case

BENTONVILLE -- A local judge found probable cause exists to hold a man in the Benton County Jail in connection with a woman's death.

Northwest Arkansas Restaurant Inspections Database

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

Witness: Springdale man cut off part of her leg, said he'd blame it on dogs

Subscriber onlyA woman testified Thursday against the man she says repeatedly raped her and cut off a portion of her leg.

Lowell planners deny residents urban agriculture opportunities

Subscriber onlyResidents are no closer to being allowed ownership of chickens or bees within the city.

  • Arkansas governor opposes effort to expand campus guns bill

    LITTLE ROCK — A spokesman says Gov. Asa Hutchinson opposes an effort backed by the National Rifle Association to remove a training requirement and age restriction from legislation allowing concealed handguns at Arkansas colleges and universities.

  • Arkansas executions can proceed, but state still lacks drugs

    LITTLE ROCK — The state Supreme Court says Arkansas can take the next steps toward executing inmates who had challenged protocols put in place by the Department of Correction.

  • White House defends contacts with FBI over Russia reports

    WASHINGTON — The White House on Friday defended chief of staff Reince Priebus against accusations he breached a government firewall when he asked FBI Director James Comey to publicly dispute media reports that President Donald Trump's campaign advisers had been frequently in touch with Russian intelligence agents.

  • Homeland Security intelligence report disputes threat posed by travel ban nations

    WASHINGTON — Analysts at the Homeland Security Department's intelligence arm found insufficient evidence that citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries included in President Donald Trump's travel ban pose a terror threat to the United States.

  • White House bars major news outlets from informal press briefing

    News organizations including the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, CNN and Politico were blocked from joining an informal, on the record White House press briefing on Friday.

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Court rules Fayetteville ordinance violates law

Subscriber onlyThe city’s protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender residents will carry on despite the Arkansas Supreme Court ruling Thursday the Civil Rights Ordinance violates a state law.

Fayetteville board approves departures of two administrators

Subscriber onlyThe district's chief financial officer has resigned, and the retirement of a technology director has shifted to from June to March.


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Weeks keeps title in family

Subscriber onlyArkansas Razorbacks sophomore Tori Weeks kept the SEC pole vault title in the family.

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Subscriber only"Is He Dead?" -- A "new" comedy by Mark Twain as adapted by David Ives, 7:30 p.m. today & Saturday, Berry Performing Arts Center at John Brown University in Siloam Springs. $3-$16. 524-7382.

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Rain improves outlook for walleye, white bass

Subscriber onlyA little rain can bring an attitude adjustment for anglers looking forward to catching walleye and white bass during their spawning runs.

Opinion

Beauty on the border

Subscriber onlyWHAT A timely topic. It’s as if Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art anticipated the current political uproar along the U.S.-Mexican border and arranged to show an exhibit that reveals how contemporary art is capable of handling contemporary issues.

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Business

Down 10,000 jobs in '16, AIG says

Subscriber onlyAmerican International Group Inc.'s head count fell by 10,000 last year as Chief Executive Officer Peter Hancock sold units and cut jobs.