VIDEO: West Avenue sees nightlife changes

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE — A short stretch of West Avenue has become a spot ripe for personal conflicts, increased crime and police patrols as throngs of young people pour onto the street when bars close at 2 a.m.

Foundation, UA weighed shifting $4M to nonprofit

Subscriber onlyThe University of Arkansas, Fayetteville and its nonprofit athletics fundraising arm discussed a now-shelved pricing strategy for football club seating that would have redirected at least $4 million annually in university ticket revenue to the nonprofit.

Fayetteville joins nation, world

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE — A nearly block-long crowd marched from the city’s Town Center to the public library Saturday afternoon in solidarity with Women’s March events around the country and world seeking social change.

Major park projects part of bond issue

Subscriber onlyEditor’s Note: This is the third in a six-part series on the proposed Springdale bond issue. For previous stories, visit

City, county, former landowner sue Lincoln woman

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Lincoln, Washington County and a former property owner are suing a Lincoln woman whom they say has repeatedly fail...

Springdale festival highlights school options in Northwest Arkansas

Subscriber onlySPRINGDALE -- Laura Cole attended the Northwest Arkansas School Choice Festival on Saturday to survey the educational options for ...

Effort to overhaul Arkansas' juvenile justice system hits budget snag

Subscriber onlyStagnant funding for the state's youth services agency poses challenges for advocates who seek to overhaul Arkansas' juvenile just...

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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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Differences brought them together, eventually

Subscriber onlyJoBeth Ross and Phillip McElhanon went to different schools, came from different sides of the tracks and had different personalities. Over time, they realized they had plenty in common.



Subscriber onlyExpect to hear plenty about SJR8 in coming months. Nursing home owners and the legislators to whom they contribute handsomely, along with other special interests, will employ advertising campaigns aimed at swaying voters into seriously restricting the amount courts can award victims of injuries, abuse and death.


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Volunteers scoop up wreaths at Arlington

Subscriber onlyWASHINGTON -- Unfazed by the quarrels on Capitol Hill, a nonpartisan army descended Saturday morning on Arlington National Cemetery to tend to the graves of American heroes.