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Arkansas rallies to win NCAA opener

STILLWATER, Okla. — Arkansas scored four runs in the sixth inning and rallied to beat Oral Roberts 8-6 Friday in the NCAA regional opener at Reynolds Stadium. Continue reading...

Springdale Police: Woman's death being investigated as homicide

The death of a woman whose body was found Wednesday at 802 Bailey Ave. in Springdale is now being investigated as a homicide, according to a news release from the Springdale Police Department. Continue reading...

Tornado watch, flash flood warning issued for Benton, Washington counties

The National Weather Service issued a tornado watch Friday for several Arkansas and Oklahoma counties, including Washington and Benton counties. Continue reading...

Hutchinson OKs bills for DWI fix, primary move

LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson has finished signing bills passed during the special session. Continue reading...

Hutchinson signs $87M bond issue bills

Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Friday signed into law two bills authorizing an $87.1 million bond issue to help Lockheed Martin win a defense contract that would bring close to 600 jobs to south Arkansas. Continue reading...

Documents: Lindsey set to buy Razorback Park Golf Course, build apartments

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE — A company registered to Jim Lindsey of Lindsey Management Co. is under contract to buy Razorback Park Golf Course in northwest Fayetteville and plans to build several hundred apartments and houses on the 125-acre property, according to city documents. Continue reading...

West Nile virus detected in Tulsa County

TULSA — Officials with the Tulsa Health Department say a sampling of mosquitoes from Tulsa County has tested positive for West Nile virus. Continue reading...

Boxer Taylor headed back to jail; mental evaluation ordered

Boxer Jermain Taylor is headed back to the Pulaski County jail pending a new mental evaluation ordered by a judge Friday. Continue reading...

U.S. economy shrank at 0.7% rate in first quarter

WASHINGTON — The U.S. economy went into reverse in the first three months of this year as a severe winter and a widening trade deficit took a harsher toll than initially estimated. Continue reading...

Oklahoma troopers rescue, arrest man swept off bridge

HUGO, Okla. — The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said troopers have rescued a man who was swept off a Choctaw County bridge by floodwaters and then jailed on a public intoxication complaint. Continue reading...

Oklahoman convicted in $1.2M bank fraud scheme

TULSA — A Norman man accused of trying to defraud IBC Bank of about $1.2 million has been convicted of conspiracy and 11 counts of bank fraud. Continue reading...

Fred's food truck ties over customers waiting for rebuild

BENTONVILLE -- Those missing Fred's Hickory Inn don't have to wait for its building to be rebuilt, as one of the city's most iconic food establishments recently opened a food truck. Continue reading...

Home-grown goodness

New Fayetteville restaurant focuses on local and regional foods and products

Four Corners Kitchen is a farm-to-table restaurant with local and regional products featured on a seasonal menu. Continue reading...

R&R; Curry Express in Springdale

The curries of northeast India, in particular, are different from other parts of India. Continue reading...

$87M leg up for Lockheed cruises to OK

Bills head to Hutchinson; legislators wrap up session

Subscriber onlyThe Arkansas Senate and House of Representatives on Thursday shipped bills to Gov. Asa Hutchinson authorizing an $87.1 million bond issue to help Lockheed Martin win a federal contract and expand its workforce in south Arkansas. Continue reading...

Pataki says he's seeking presidency

N.Y.’s ex-leader joins GOP field

Subscriber onlyFormer New York Gov. George Pataki -- a moderate Republican who led the state through the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks -- on Thursday formally began his bid for the presidency. Continue reading...

Wary watch levees, exits along rain-gorged rivers

Subscriber onlyThe rising Red River prompted scores of Garland residents to evacuate the small Miller County town Thursday, and officials kept a close watch on levees along the river. Continue reading...

House passes bill to shift '16 primary

Measure now headed to Hutchinson; critics leery of year-long campaigning

Subscriber onlyThe Arkansas House passed a bill shifting the state's 2016 primary elections from May 24 to March 1 after the chamber suspended a rule that would have delayed a decision on the legislation. Continue reading...

No oral arguments, court says

Judge’s gay-ban removal still on hold, justices also rule

Subscriber onlyThe Arkansas Supreme Court will not entertain a second round of oral arguments in the prolonged challenge to the state's ban on same-sex marriage, nor will it lift a stay on a circuit judge's ruling that found the ban unconstitutional. Continue reading...

Cities, county, utilities ask Justice to rethink proposed oil-spill deal

Subscriber onlyCentral Arkansas Water and 10 other utilities or government entities urged the Justice Department on Thursday to withdraw or renegotiate a proposed settlement with Exxon Mobil over a 2013 oil spill in Mayflower. Continue reading...

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