Fayetteville officials have suspended trash and recycling pickup for Wednesday, Jan. 25.
With heavy snowfall expected to continue overnight, Fayetteville Public School officials announced that students will move to online learning on Wednesday, Jan. 25.
For the second straight year, Arkansas will have representation in the prestigious McDonald’s All American basketball game.
The National Weather Service in Tulsa is predicting ‘significant snowfall’ for the Fayetteville area on Tuesday night into Wednesday morning
The band today unveiled the first single from the upcoming Walk Around The Moon album which will be released a few days before the AMP concert on May 19.
A local coffee shop and cafe this week opened a new location on the University of Arkansas campus.
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The School District has put a hold on its plan to redraw the lines for its middle school zones for at least another school year.
An Arkansas man who propped his feet up on a desk in then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office during the U.S. Capitol riot was convicted on Monday of joining a mob’s attack on the building two years ago.
Walmart AMP officials have added four more concerts to the 2023 lineup in the past few days.
City Council members will soon consider a list of proposed new sidewalks in Fayetteville.
A project to create a new social hub at the center of Wilson Park is set to officially kick off this week. The work is part of a plan that was announced in 2021, which includes several improvements at the park in the coming years.
Environmental Action Committee, Planning Commission, City Council ARPA Work SessionStormwater Committee and more.
One of Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ first acts as Arkansas governor was to ban most state agencies from using the gender-neutral term Latinx, tapping into a debate that’s divided Hispanics along generational lines.
In the grand scheme, how Briles departed Arkansas doesn’t mean a lot. The page has been turned. He has business to attend to in Fort Worth, and Pittman has the same in Fayetteville.