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Judge won't toss suit on access to college's records

Spending of state aid at issue

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- A Washington County circuit judge on Thursday refused to dismiss a lawsuit seeking documents related to Ecclesia College's receipt of state money. Continue reading...

Judge refuses to dismiss Ecclesia FOIA case

Subscriber onlyA Washington County Circuit judge Thursday refused to dismiss a lawsuit seeking documents related to Ecclesia College's receipt of state money. Continue reading...

Washington County judge erred in calculating money for former wife, court rules

Subscriber only The Arkansas Court of Appeals today sent a contentious divorce case back to a Washington County Circuit judge, saying she awarded too much alimony and child support. Continue reading...

ORT changes two routes in north Fayetteville

Subscriber onlyOzark Regional Transit is changing two routes serving areas around the Northwest Arkansas Mall, officials said Friday. Continue reading...

Report: Davis knowingly waived Miranda rights in capital case

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Further psychological testing has determined a husband accused of helping kill his wife knowingly waived his Miranda rights when he talked to Fayetteville police, according to a report filed Friday. Continue reading...

Judge erred in tossing Springdale cleanup lawsuit, appeals court rules

Subscriber only A Washington County Circuit Court judge erred when she threw out a lawsuit over Springdale forcibly cleaning up a salvage yard, the Arkansas Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday. Continue reading...

Springdale woman convicted of starting apartment blaze, given no punishment

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- A Springdale woman was found guilty of reckless burning Tuesday but given no punishment for starting a fire that heavily damaged an apartment complex in January. Continue reading...

Judges affirm suit's dismissal in killing

Appeals court backs up lower court

Subscriber onlyA federal appeals court Tuesday affirmed a lower court's decision to dismiss a wrongful-death lawsuit against Rogers police officers. Continue reading...

XNA looks at turning the page on airport leadership

Subscriber only Regional airport board members discussed Wednesday how they will replace people who run the airport when they retire. Continue reading...

Rogers police acted reasonably in fatal shooting, appeals court says

Subscriber onlyA federal appeals court Tuesday affirmed a lower court's decision to dismiss a wrongful death lawsuit against Rogers police officers. Continue reading...

Judge tosses most of Josh Duggar's lawsuit

Subscriber only A federal judge dismissed nearly all Joshua Duggar's claims against Springdale and Washington County officials who released decade-old, redacted police investigative reports about Duggar molesting four of his sisters to a celebrity magazine that published the information. Continue reading...

Battery lands Phillips in prison

Subscriber onlyA Springdale man pleaded guilty Thursday to battering his ex-wife last summer and leaving her alone for six hours before seeking medical help for her. Continue reading...

Springdale, Washington County officials appeal denial of immunity in Duggar lawsuit

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Three people have filed appeals after a federal judge refused to dismiss them from a lawsuit claiming officials improperly released decade-old information about an investigation into Josh Duggar sexually abusing four of his sisters. Continue reading...

Hindsville woman who stole from employer given probation, ordered to pay restitution

Subscriber only A woman accused of stealing money from the accounts of a property management company pleaded guilty Tuesday in Washington County Circuit Court. Continue reading...

Publisher seeks to dismiss suits by five Duggars

Free-speech rights asserted

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- A celebrity magazine that published articles detailing molestation allegations against Josh Duggar wants two federal lawsuits against it dropped, citing First Amendment rights. Continue reading...

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