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For some who fled Katrina, Arkansas now home

Subscriber onlyTen years after Hurricane Katrina flooded New Orleans and displaced more than 400,000 people, some of those who fled have made new lives for themselves in Arkansas. Continue reading...

Benton County deputies to get tablet computers

Subscriber onlyBenton County deputies hope to be able to tote tablet computers to their calls and upload reports from the field before the end of the year. Continue reading...

Springdale considers sign changes

Official: Smaller maximums would help with aesthetics

Subscriber onlySpringdale aldermen are looking to make the city's rules on sign size and height stricter. Continue reading...

National group out on anti-bias law

Subscriber onlyIf proponents are successful Sept. 8 in ratifying Fayetteville's Uniform Civil Rights Protection ordinance, it will be without the support of the nation's largest LGBT advocacy organization. Continue reading...

Northwest Arkansas' apartment market remains hot

Beechwood Village only student complex opening this year

Subscriber onlyRyan Quattrocchi was confident he chose the right place to live for his sophomore year even though the apartments were under construction when he signed the lease last summer. He trusted Beechwood Village would be a good fit. Continue reading...

NWA Records

Subscriber only Casey Dulaney, 20, of 1247 Mount Comfort Road in Fayetteville was arrested Friday in connection with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance with the intent of delivering. Continue reading...

NWA Public Meetings

Subscriber onlyMonday, 8 a.m., Springdale Airport Commission -- City Council Chambers, City Administration Building, 201 Spring St. Continue reading...

Shooting suspect, 18, nabbed in Fort Smith; victim is stable

Subscriber onlyThe suspect in a shooting in Fort Smith on Thursday was arrested without incident Friday morning after a passer-by notified police to his location. Continue reading...

Factory transit routes a hit

Ozark agency hopes partnership can expand bus program

Subscriber onlyOzark Regional Transit routes to several Springdale factories have proven popular with workers, and transit officials are asking those companies to pitch in to help keep the service going. Continue reading...

Police seek man in bank robbery

They find discarded clothes

Subscriber onlyA man robbed a First Security Bank branch in Bentonville on Friday and then apparently discarded some of his clothes nearby, police said. Continue reading...

Fort Smith shooting suspect arrested

Subscriber onlyFORT SMITH -- The suspect in a shooting Thursday was arrested without incident Friday morning after a passer-by notified police to his location. Continue reading...

Railroad crossing fray goes to judge

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- A federal judge will decide whether removing a Union Pacific crossing in downtown Ozark was legal and whether restoring it would unduly disrupt the railroad's operations. Continue reading...

Griffin challenges Bridges for Rogers judge seat

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Staff attorney Chris Griffin announced Friday he'll challenge incumbent Judge Paul Bridges for his seat in Rogers District Court. Continue reading...

Women with Northwest Arkansas ties inducted into state hall of fame

Subscriber onlyNORTH LITTLE ROCK -- The inaugural class of the Arkansas Women's Hall of Fame included several prominent businesswomen from Northwest Arkansas and others with ties to the region. Continue reading...

Fayetteville hires communications, HR directors

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- The city has made two major hires this summer. Continue reading...

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