The summer season will kick off with a splashing good time as public swimming pools open across Northwest Arkansas this Memorial Day weekend.
Opponents of the hog farm in the Buffalo National River watershed have asked the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality to not allow the hog farm to install protective liners beneath the manure ponds until further research is done on whether the ponds are polluting.
A searchable database of restaurant inspections in Northwest Arkansas performed by the Department of Health.
Two state auditors will visit the School District next week, the result of a legislative panel's directive to begin randomly checking districts that contract with private firms to do their audits.
The Legislature could improve the state's business climate by allowing businesses generating electricity with solar panels and other renewable energy sources to sell more of it to utilities, lawmakers were told Thursday.
LOS ANGELES — A judge ordered Johnny Depp to stay away from his estranged wife after she accused the Oscar-nominated actor of repeatedly hitting her during a recent fight and leaving her face bruised.
Arkansas shot a 2-over 282 and is the early leader on the first day of the NCAA Golf Championships.
A Johnson County Circuit Court jury Friday deliberated six hours Friday before convicting Fred Kauffeld of first-degree murder, the lesser charge of capital murder for shooting a law enforcement officer acting in the line of duty, and residential burglary in the May 2015 shooting death of sheriff's Auxiliary Deputy Sonny Smith.
Sebastian County deputies arrested a registered sex offender Friday morning after an hour-long standoff in an RV near Hackett, a spokesman for the sheriff's office said.
WALLKILL, N.Y. — Authorities say a retired police officer shot his two children to death as they slept in their New York home before he turned the gun on himself.
Department of Homeland Security agents served multiple search warrants across Northwest Arkansas early Thursday morning, authorities said.
New sheriff Meyer Gilbert briefed Benton County's justices of the peace Thursday on his first month in office.