U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., faced a loud, angry and capacity crowd of about 2,000 Wednesday in a town hall meeting in the usually safe conservative enclave of Springdale.
The driver of a tractor-trailer rig died Wednesday when the truck, which was hauling 40,000 pounds of ammunition, crashed on Interstate 40 in Franklin County and caught fire, authorities said.
A searchable database of restaurant inspections in Northwest Arkansas performed by the Department of Health.
Jury selection began Wednesday for a man on trial for attempted murder who police said told a woman he would blame her dogs if she died.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Lawyers for a Springdale man charged with being an accomplice to capital murder asked a Washington County circuit judge Wednesday to transfer his case to juvenile court.
City directors on Tuesday approved an ordinance, despite complaints it's flawed and inadequate, to allow panhandling in the city with some restrictions until they can come up with a better ordinance.
Superintendent Jim Rollins is among 14 leaders of school districts from across the country to be named in this year's Leaders to Learn From report by Education Week.
Arkansas State University officials suspended all fraternity and sorority events until April 1, citing a series of "high risk-related issues" that include a report of a sexual assault two weeks ago at an on-campus fraternity party.
The School Board unanimously agreed Tuesday to buy yet another piece of land — its fourth land purchase this year — as it prepares for anticipated enrollment growth.
Infrastructure, taxes on Internet sales and drug crimes ranked high on concerns from Benton County's small town mayors, who met Wednesday morning with U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark.
The Arkansas Senate on Wednesday amended legislation to allow any Arkansan who is at least age 25, has a permit and has undergone up to 16 hours of active-shooter training to carry concealed weapons on public college campuses.