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City officials have scheduled a public meeting to review and discuss plans to restore two historic bridges in downtown Fayetteville.
Walmart, which operates 11,098 locations around the world, has opened three locations on college campuses since 2011, according to company spokesperson Deisha Barnett.
The Willie Nelson concert originally set for Nov. 26 at Walton Arts Center has been rescheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 4, officials announced today.
It's unclear what prompted the business to shut down, but a statement on the company's website confirmed the closure.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - New research at the University of Arkansas shows that behavior can be predicted and understood in thin films made of materials called relaxors, which can be used in electronic devices.
Kathy Deck, director of the UA's Center for Business and Economic Research, will be the lead researcher for Arvest's new consumer sentiment survey in Arkansas.
STAFF PHOTOS ANDY SHUPE Sonia Kapur, a doctoral student at the University of Arkansas from India, walks through ice and snow Wednesday in the parking lot of her apartment complex at 630 N. Leverett Ave. in Fayetteville.
You could grab your sled and head to Wilson Park. You could buy a bunch of chili-making-supplies, and watch all the Lord of The Rings movies.
Tuesday's sun helped melt some of the ice that has kept schools and businesses in northern Arkansas closed for days.
According to Mountain Home Lady Bomber head basketball coach Dell Leonard, the Lady Bulldog Classic in Fayetteville, which was originally scheduled for last week, will take place Jan. 2-4.
Springdale and Fayetteville are delaying their trash pickup schedules, after winter weather brought snow and ice to the area's roads.
A pickup truck holds over 600 pounds of pet food donated to Ranger's Pantry by local resident Lauren Aday in December 2011.
The creators of a cookbook intended to raise money for local hunger relief efforts will host a book signing on Sunday, Dec. 15 at Greenhouse Grille.
Dark seasonal streaks on slopes near the Martian equator may be a sign of flowing salt water on Mars, liquid runoff that melts and evaporates during the planet's warmer months, scientists say.
Weather Alert: Several areas still have ice and snow as road departments continue to work to clear roads.