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Woman who died at Devil's Den State Park identified

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Officials confirmed the identity of the dead woman found Monday night at Devil's Den State Park is Monica Murphy, 28, from Springdale. Continue reading...

TheatreSquared gets $1.8 million grant for expansion project

Walton Family Foundation gift to allow theater to sustain growth, boost operations

Subscriber only The Walton Family Foundation recently approved a $1.8 million grant to TheatreSquared to help with expansion. Continue reading...

Walton Family Foundation approves $1.8 million for TheatreSquared

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- The Walton Family Foundation recently approved a $1.8 million grant to TheatreSquared to help with expansion. Continue reading...

Barbecue, bikes, cars pull in fans

Enthusiasts flock to dual events in Springdale, Fayetteville

Subscriber onlyFamilies and bikers from near and far strolled through the rows of more than 200 vehicles on display Saturday at Arvest Ballpark in Springdale during the Bikes, Blues and BBQ car show. Continue reading...

Springdale car show attendance revs up Bikes, Blues & BBQ

Subscriber onlyNorthwest Arkansas families and bikers from near and far strolled through the rows of more than 200 vehicles on display as heat radiated from the asphalt Saturday at the Arvest Ballpark. Continue reading...

Woman found dead in Springdale hospital lot identified

Subscriber only The Arkansas State Crime Lab identified Christy Nichols, 45, of Noel, Mo., as the woman found dead in a car in Northwest Medical Center's parking lot, according to police. Continue reading...

Woman found dead in Springdale hospital lot identified

Subscriber onlySPRINGDALE -- The Arkansas State Crime Lab positively identified Christy Nichols, 45, of Noel, Mo., as the woman found dead inside a car in the Northwest Medical Center parking lot, according to police. Continue reading...

Vietnam War documentary previews in Fayetteville, premieres tonight

Subscriber onlySilence fell across a crowded room at the Fayetteville Public Library as the lights went out and a screen lit up with the words "The Vietnam War" on Saturday afternoon. Continue reading...

Man arrested in connection to Mountain Ranch Apartment fire

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Police arrested George Shamma, 34, of 474 N. Coral Canyon Loop, No. 2-402 on Wednesday in connection with the fire at the Mountain Ranch Apartments last week. Continue reading...

Bentonville talk centers on statue

1908 Confederate monument stands on downtown square

Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE -- The room was nearly filled to the 160-person capacity Saturday, and many sides were heard concerning the history and future of Bentonville's Confederate monument in the downtown square. Continue reading...

Northwest Arkansans voice opinions about Bentonville's Confederate monument

Subscriber onlyThe room was nearly filled to the 160-person capacity Saturday and while not everyone spoke, many sides were heard concerning the history and future of Bentonville's Confederate monument in the downtown square. Continue reading...

Arkansan responders help neighbor states

Subscriber onlyNorthwest Arkansas emergency responders have returned home from Texas flood areas, some are preparing to go to Florida while others continue fighting wildfires in the West. Continue reading...

Johnson Planning Commission votes down limestone quarry

Subscriber onlyJOHNSON -- The Planning Commission members unanimously denied the proposal for a 58-acre limestone quarry after vocal opposition from residents and Zero Mountain representatives. Continue reading...

Northwest Arkansas embraces drones for government, commercial, fun

Subscriber only Drone owners and potential fliers of all ages gathered at the Hobbs State Park visitor's center Saturday to learn more about the do's and don'ts in participating the growing unmanned aircraft trend. Continue reading...

Officials hopeful missing Devi's Den hiker alive

Subscriber onlyAuthorities and rescue teams searching for the missing hiker at Devil's Den State Park remain hopeful they'll find him alive, said Monte Fuller, park superintendent. Continue reading...