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Arkansans generating solar power double, though group remains small

Subscriber onlyMore Arkansans than ever are generating their own electricity, though the financial benefit of doing so could soon change.

Filing period to begin for candidates in Northwest Arkansas municipal races

Subscriber onlyAnyone who ever thought about running for local office in Northwest Arkansas can take the leap beginning Friday.

Fayetteville mayor wants all involved to discuss city's public housing

Subscriber onlyCity administrators hope residents, neighbors, Housing Authority officials and City Council members will come together on the future of public housing after a meeting Tuesday.

Bentonville program looks to help with transition to kindergarten

Subscriber onlySchool District officials hope a six-week summer program will give incoming kindergartners the life skills they need to succeed in...

Gates certified as nominee, but state Republican Party votes not to back him

Subscriber onlyDelegates at the state Republican Party's convention Saturday voted to certify state Rep. Mickey Gates as the Republican nominee f...

Boat sinking hits home; Arkansas dad, one of his 2 kids aboard die

Subscriber onlySteve Smith wasn't there to pick up his wife at Branson Landing at the appointed time Thursday evening.

Strong storms blow through state, leave a mess

Subscriber onlySarah and Brian Chunn woke up Friday night to the sound of a crash.

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Raising Cane's to open in Bentonville

Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE -- Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers is coming to Bentonville with a grand opening set for Tuesday morning, according to a news release.


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Ground out

Subscriber onlyRay Tucker and I expected to win our doubleheader on the White River with a home run, but we grounded out instead.


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New Manhattan lab represents Tiffany's future jewelry hopes

Subscriber onlyAt Tiffany's new workshop in Manhattan, jewelers sit at wooden desks peering through magnifying glasses as they polish silver rings and twist bits of gold. They're making prototypes of future products, one-of-a-kind experimental items that may never end up in a glass case.