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Construction manager approved for Springdale municipal complex

Subscriber onlySPRINGDALE -- A construction firm has been hired to manage the city's municipal complex project, which will include building a criminal justice building. Continue reading...

Pea Ridge woman arrested in connection with killing a puppy

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- The Washington County Sheriff's Office arrested Tonia Ingle, 37, of 2735 Melissa St. in Pea Ridge on Monday in connection with aggravated animal cruelty and violating parole. Continue reading...

Bledsoe seeks Senate re-election

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- State Sen. Cecile Bledsoe, R-Rogers, is seeking another term for the District 3 seat, she announced Monday. Continue reading...

Former Madison County judge dies in accident

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Several people died recently in vehicle accidents in the city. Continue reading...

Brown convicted of lesser offense in fatal Fayetteville stabbing

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- A Washington County jury found Rashad Santon Brown guilty of second-degree murder, which is a lesser offense than he was charged with for killing Cedric Oliver. Continue reading...

Jury comes back with verdict in Brown case

Subscriber onlyJury delivers verdict in the murder trial of Rashad Santon Brown. Continue reading...

Jury deliberating in murder trial

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Jurors are deliberating in the first-degree murder trial of Rashad Santon Brown. Continue reading...

Neighbors announces road heavy nonconference schedule

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas women's basketball will play six nonconference games away from home during Mike Neighbors' first season as head coach. Continue reading...

Boy, man slain in separate Little Rock shootings reported minutes apart

Subscriber onlyTwo people were killed in separate shootings late Monday night in Little Rock, just hours after two others were injured in a single shooting. Continue reading...

DWI charges tossed for son of Gov. Asa Hutchinson

Technical errors in citation lead to circuit court ruling

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- A DWI conviction against William Asa Hutchinson III, the Arkansas governor's son, was overturned Monday based in part on the difference between darkness and daylight. Continue reading...

Arkansas man accused of toppling 10 Commandments monument faces charges

Subscriber onlyA prosecutor says he plans to charge a man accused of crashing his vehicle into a Ten Commandments monument outside the Arkansas Capitol with first-degree criminal mischief. Continue reading...

Man shot by police after reported west Little Rock carjacking jailed, bail set

Out of hospital, $500,000 bail set

Subscriber onlyA 22-year-old Little Rock man who was shot by police after, authorities said, he robbed a woman of her car outside a west Little Rock restaurant last week had bail set at $500,000 on Monday morning. Continue reading...

Met with Russians last year, U.S. Rep. French Hill says

Adoptions on minds of lawyer, lobbyist

Subscriber onlyWASHINGTON -- Two months before they met with members of Donald Trump's presidential campaign, two Russians also visited briefly with U.S. Rep. French Hill, he said. Continue reading...

Audit of Cave Springs says funds mishandled

State finds 22 actions that skirted law

Subscriber onlyCAVE SPRINGS -- Cave Springs officials overcompensated employees, made purchases above authorized amounts and mismanaged taxpayer money, according to a report by state auditors. Continue reading...

Rapper who performed at Little Rock club where 28 injured in shooting ordered detained until trial

Subscriber onlyAfter hearing testimony Monday about rapper Ricky Hampton's 10-year history of run-ins with the law and viewing several videos of him with a gun, a federal judge ordered him to remain in custody until his trial on a federal gun charge. Continue reading...

Kushner details Russia talks

Investigators hear defense of meetings

Subscriber onlyWASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, emerged Monday from a private, two-hour meeting with congressional investigators and said his meetings last year with Russians were not part of Moscow's effort to disrupt the presidential election. Continue reading...

Accidents on Arkansas roads leave 5 people dead, police say

Driver fails to slow for traffic on I-49, piling up 4 vehicles

Subscriber onlyAt least five people were killed in separate accidents on Arkansas roads recently. Continue reading...

Coach Bielema delivers written message to team

Subscriber onlySix days before the start of training camp, Bret Bielema used an old-fashioned method of letting his players know what was on his mind. Continue reading...

Arkansas representative not running for re-election, he says

Subscriber onlyState Rep. David Branscum, R-Marshall, said Monday he's not seeking re-election next year. Continue reading...

Panel starts to plan for Arkansas judiciary's future

Subscriber onlyA planning committee assembled by Arkansas Supreme Court Chief Justice Dan Kemp has met for the first time in its effort to draw up a yearslong plan for the state's judiciary. Continue reading...

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