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Graydon wants statement to Fayetteville police thrown out

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Lawyers for a man charged with capital murder in a fatal stabbing last year have asked a judge to suppress statements he made to police. Continue reading...

Killer Anderson seeks new evidence testing in Fayetteville conviction

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Ricky Ray Anderson, who's serving life in prison for killing his former girlfriend, wants a judge to reconsider his conviction. Continue reading...

Josh Duggar withdraws motion to intervene in sisters' lawsuit

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Josh Duggar has opted to withdraw his motion to intervene in a federal lawsuit filed by his sisters over the release of information by police related to allegations he sexually abused his sisters while they were juveniles. Continue reading...

Man who tried to extort nude photos from teen gets 15 years in prison after arrest in Arkansas

Subscriber onlyA Tennessee man was sentenced to federal prison June 6 for attempting to produce child pornography by using a stolen cellphone to extort a Florida teen. Continue reading...

Springdale's Ecclesia misrepresenting judge's order, motion claims

Subscriber onlyEcclesia College is misrepresenting a federal judge's order in refusing to release records under a state Freedom of Information Act request, according to a motion filed Monday in Washington County Circuit Court. Continue reading...

XNA prepping for a million-plus annual visitors in Northwest Arkansas

Subscriber onlyHIGHFILL -- Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport officials expect more than 1.3 million travelers a year will pass through their gates by 2035, and they're putting long-range improvement plans in place now to accommodate those visitors when the time comes. Continue reading...

Northwest Arkansas bus rapid transit popular, but cost a big concern

Subscriber onlyStakeholders looking at the possibility of a bus rapid transit system in Northwest Arkansas' U.S. 71B corridor ran into a familiar hurdle Wednesday: How to pay for it. Continue reading...

Duggar moves to join sisters' lawsuit over release of documents

Subscriber onlyJosh Duggar seeks to intervene in his sisters' lawsuit over the release of information by police related to allegations he sexually abused his sisters while they were juveniles. Continue reading...

Man who tried to sexually extort teen sentenced to federal pen

Subscriber onlyA Tennessee man was sentenced to federal prison Tuesday for attempting to produce child pornography by using a stolen cellphone to extort a Florida teen. Continue reading...

Teen killer's possible parole 30 years later weighs heavy on victim's family

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Thirty-one years after her 4-year-old daughter was brutally murdered a Farmington woman faces the horrifying possibility that Christopher Segerstrom, who was convicted and sentenced to life without parole, may be released from prison. Continue reading...

ORT veterans free service begins Monday

Subscriber onlyVeterans will be able to ride Ozark Regional Transit buses for free on all fixed routes beginning Monday, according to Joel Gardner, executive director. Continue reading...

Ballinger not needed as a witness, Ecclesia claims

Subscriber onlyThe attorney for Ecclesia College says efforts to disqualify his law firm from an ongoing Freedom of Information Act lawsuit amounts to harassment and should be met with sanctions. Continue reading...

Veterans ride free on Ozark Transit

Subscriber onlyVeterans will soon be able to ride Ozark Regional Transit buses free on all fixed routes, the transit provider's board unanimously decided Thursday. Continue reading...

Appeals court says Tontitown didn't provide services to area annexed by Springdale

Subscriber onlyA judge properly dismissed a bank from an annexation lawsuit between Tontitown and Springdale, but Springdale and a developer who bought property after the fact shouldn't have been dismissed, the Arkansas Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday. Continue reading...

Appeals court says not enough done to notify defendant in Washington County lawsuit

Subscriber only The Arkansas Court of Appeals on Wednesday reversed and remanded a default judgment in a civil case over a lease, saying the plaintiffs didn't try hard enough to find the defendant and serve the lawsuit. Continue reading...

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