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Three recipients of Medal of Honor visit UA

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Hiroshi Miyamura wanted to join the U.S. military but was rejected because of his Japanese ancestry. Continue reading...

In shooting death of Arkansas college student, no juvenile trial for accused teen

Appeals judges affirm ruling case belongs in adult court

Subscriber onlyJames Larail Sharp Jr.'s first-degree murder case won't be moved to juvenile court, the Arkansas Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday. Continue reading...

After twister, Arkansas governor tours its path

Mountainburg reaps praise; school prom keeps schedule

Subscriber onlyMOUNTAINBURG -- Gov. Asa Hutchinson toured the tornado damage in this Crawford County town on Sunday morning and praised the emergency response. Continue reading...

Arkansas mayor calls extreme-biking trails 'biggest thing' to happen to city in years, but not all are happy

Subscriber onlyThings are going downhill in Eureka Springs. Continue reading...

PHOTOS: Tornado slams Arkansas town as strong storms traverse state

Subscriber onlyMOUNTAINBURG -- A confirmed tornado ripped through this Crawford County town Friday afternoon, leveling 200-year-old trees and tearing roofs from buildings. Continue reading...

18 sites put up for U.S. registry

Subscriber onlyGENTRY -- A former mortuary in Gentry will be nominated to the National Register of Historic Places along with 17 other places, including an art deco apartment building in Hot Springs and Johnny Cash's boyhood home at Dyess. Continue reading...

Arkansas ginseng crop also a tariff target

Subscriber onlyChina has slapped a 15 percent tariff on American ginseng, causing some in the hills and hollers of Arkansas to predict a price drop. Continue reading...

18 Arkansas sites, including Johnny Cash's boyhood home, put up for U.S. registry

Fingers crossed for historic listing

Subscriber onlyA former mortuary in Gentry will be nominated to the National Register of Historic Places along with 17 other places, including an art deco apartment building in Hot Springs and Johnny Cash's boyhood home at Dyess. Continue reading...

Tulsa has eye on Johnny Cash archive, but singer’s roots in Arkansas

Subscriber onlyArkansas lost Johnny Cash to Tennessee. Continue reading...

'17 cycling pumps in $137M to part of Arkansas

Study touts health, business boosts

Subscriber onlyBicycling pumped $137 million worth of benefits into Northwest Arkansas last year, according to the Walton Family Foundation of Bentonville, which has provided $74 million to help build 163 miles of bike trails in Benton and Washington counties over the past decade. Continue reading...

Harris builds on past in business

Skills in finance, marketing serve well at schools, he says

Subscriber onlyJames Harris wasn't looking to get into school administration. Continue reading...

Cycling helps Northwest Arkansas $137 million in 2-17

Study lists health, business boosts Study figures health, business boosts

Subscriber onlyBicycling pumped $137 million worth of benefits into Northwest Arkansas last year, according to the Walton Family Foundation of Bentonville, which has provided $74 million to help build 163 miles of bike trails in Benton and Washington counties over the past decade. Continue reading...

Governor hopeful says gun law is 'disaster'

Subscriber onlyArkansas' enhanced-carry gun law is a "disaster," said Republican gubernatorial candidate Jan Morgan. Continue reading...

Governor hopeful says Arkansas' enhanced-carry gun law is 'disaster'

Subscriber onlyArkansas' enhanced-carry gun law is a "disaster," said Republican gubernatorial candidate Jan Morgan. Continue reading...

Fort Smith base stays quiet; 188th Wing showcases drone work for Air Force secretary

Subscriber onlyThere is a lot of elbow room at the 188th Wing of the Arkansas Air National Guard. Continue reading...