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After all-night search, 2-year-old Arkansas boy found dead

Subscriber onlyA 2-year-old boy who wandered away from his rural Madison County home Tuesday evening was found dead in a hole less than 50 yards from the home Wednesday morning, Sheriff Phillip Morgan said.

Players GO to Eureka Springs chasing Pokemon

Subscriber onlyEureka Springs is home to many monuments, landmarks and parks where PokeStops and gyms are located. The city has embraced its position rapidly, and officials have declared it the "Pokemon GO Capital of Arkansas."

Northwest Arkansas Restaurant Inspections Database

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

Suspended Cave Springs police chief suspected of tampering with public documents

Subscriber onlyArkansas State Police has been asked to investigate a case that involves the suspended Cave Springs police chief for possibly tampering with public records.

Police worked chicken truck rollover in Gentry

Subscriber onlyPolice in Gentry worked a tractor-trailer rollover accident on Arkansas 12 at the intersection of Pioneer Lane this morning. The overturned George's Inc. truck was loaded with chickens; and cages were spilled, with a good number of chickens on the loose.

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An analysis of the Razorbacks' 2016-17 nonconference schedule

The Razorbacks will play nine games at home, twice on the road and two games at neutral sites.

Police nab suspect trying to sell stolen police rifle

Subscriber onlyRogers police received information that a suspect wanted to sell a stolen police rifle for $500, according to documents filed Tuesday.



Upper Buffalo River offers attractions away from water

Subscriber onlyThere's not a canoe or kayak to be seen on the upper Buffalo National River in the heat of summer. The stream becomes a trickle along much of its course between Ponca and Pruitt access points. Trying to float that stretch in August would be more walking than paddling.


NWA editorial: Voting made easy

Subscriber onlyThe late John Logan Burrow, an attorney who served for years as chairman of the Washington County Election Commission, often reminded those clamoring for faster election-night results that the commission's job is getting vote tallies right, not fast.


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$39M in grants to lift coal towns

Subscriber only Communities in nine U.S. states that have been hard-hit by coal layoffs are being promised more than 3,000 jobs in several industries through a multimillion-dollar federal grant.