Fayetteville police began searching a wooded area near Holly Street and Oakland Avenue early Wednesday after a resident’s dog found what looked like human remains.
Police have arrested a man who they say robbed a bank Tuesday morning in west Fayetteville.
The Arkansas women’s basketball team cruised to a 77-55 victory to earn an eighth straight win against Missouri on Sunday in Columbia.
A man is dead following a vehicle chase that ended in gunfire early Sunday in Faulkner County, according to the Arkansas State Police.
A local insurance agent and entrepreneur died Friday in an airplane crash in rural Washington County, southeast of Fayetteville, according to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.
With subzero temperatures in the forecast for much of the weekend, the City of Fayetteville offered up some tips this week to help residents prevent waking up to frozen water lines.
A signup form is available online for those who wish to place a wreath at a specific loved one’s grave during this year’s event.
A Stuttgart police officer was killed late Wednesday and an Arkansas State Trooper was injured Thursday morning after authorities attempted to arrest a Stone County man south of Stuttgart, according to a news release from state police.
The man, in his early 50s, was struck by a 2019 Jeep Wrangler just north of Electric Avenue at around 7:30 p.m.
Arkansas COVID-19 cases increased by 1,782 over the last seven days, according to the Arkansas Department of Health website update on Tuesday.
The arrest came after a Fayetteville woman reported that she returned to her home and discovered an unknown man sleeping in her bed.
With this week’s poll announcement, Barnhill Arena is set for a top 25 matchup against No. 7 Georgia Tech at 7 p.m. Thursday.
In addition to their concert hall shows, SoNA officials announced plans to continue their series designed to bring classical music to more unexpected places.
Fayetteville police are searching for a suspect in connection with a shooting that left one person dead late Tuesday near McDonald’s at 1641 N. College Ave.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson plans to grant 13 pardons and one restoration of firearms rights, the state announced Tuesday.