21 hrs ago
The City Wire
Proposed federal bill seeks more tornado warning time
Residents often have a few minutes to take action and seek shelter once a tornado warning has been issued.
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Mon Mar 10, 2014
Water Main Break Leaves 150 Without Water In Rogers
A water main break in Rogers on Monday afternoon will keep more than 150 households on a boil order for the next few days, according to the Rogers Water and Sewer Department.
Rogers Traffic Volume Nears Street Capacity
Based on numbers complied in the American Community Survey, which contains data from 2008 to 2012, the population of Rogers was 56,208 in 2012.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Mary Ann Gunn Active On Local Political Scene
Former Washington County Drug Court Judge Mary Ann Gunn is active again on the Northwest Arkansas political scene, serving as consultant and strategist for a prosecuting attorney candidate.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
The City Wire
NWA to take on hunger, Dance with the Stars, and Kiss a Pig
Northwest Arkansas is the place to be this March, as it tackles hunger, plays host to an event that will pack thousands of meals for hungry children and invites local celebrities to Dance with the Stars and Kiss a Pig at two of the region's biggest annual galas.
Springdale Is State's Dominant Job Creator, Chamber of Commerce Says
Springdale has been responsible for 49.1 percent of all jobs created in the entire state of Arkansas for the four year period between Jan. 2010 and December 2013, according to the Springdale Chamber of Commerce.
One killed in Bella Vista wreck
A Ford Escape and a Chevrolet Avalanche collided just before 7:30 a.m. in the southbound lane on Bella Vista Way, south of Kingsland Road.
Remembering Rogers: The Eversole Stave Mill Closed In 1985
Courtesy Photo Clayton Eversole Square and round stakes of staves sit ready to be shipped to make whiskey barrels from the Eversole Stave Mill in Rogers in 1950.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
The City Wire
Rogers, Van Buren finding success with 'New Tech' schools
"New" high schools are popping up in communities in the region, filling a district's capacity needs while potentially changing the way students learn.
Benton County Officials Eye Budget Cuts
Benton County officials Tuesday put a hiring freeze on hold and instead targeted budget cuts for all departments to make money available for rural ambulance service.
Federal Judge Allows Lawyer To 'Bolt' On Rogers Man
FILE PHOTO ANTHONY REYES An FBI agent unloads pieces of shelves June 27 while searching motor coaches and Situs Cancer Research Center in Rogers.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
The City Wire
NWA apartment sector stable despite UA student housing boom
A growing local economy and increased enrollment at the University of Arkansas kept multifamily occupancy levels stable at 96.5% last year, despite the opening of 823 new student housing units since the fall of 2012.
Volunteers Deliver Doctors to Northwest AR Hospitals in Winter Weather
"People start venturing out, maybe don't see that patch of ice, and fall and hit their heads or break a bone and they're in here with us," says Registered Nurse Sarah Masterson.
Northwest Arkansas Rated Abnormally Dry
STAFF PHOTO ANTHONY REYES Edson Lopez, 12, from left, Roberto Lopez, 15, and Carlos Triana, 11, chase a soccer ball Monday while playing in the snow at Veterans Park in Rogers.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Gov. Declares State Of Emergency; Trucks Flips With Man And Girl Inside
Gov. Mike Beebe declared a state of emergency Monday for Arkansas after ice and snow fell on much of the state and covered the region's roads.
Rogers Lawyer Seeks Prosecuting Attorney Post
Kimberly Weber, a Rogers lawyer who has been a prosecutor and defense attorney, is running to replace Van Stone as Benton County prosecuting attorney.
Trash Collection Suspended In NWA Because Of Icy Roads
Trash collection was called off Monday for Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers and Bentonville, after snow and ice fell in the area over the weekend.
The Baxter Bulletin
The value listed for each transaction is derived from the tax stamps affixed to each instrument: Ray T. Abner transferred property in Baxter County to Cecil D. and Jeannie Hutchins; $75,000.
Benton County Set To Open New Office Site
STAFF PHOTO FLIP PUTHOFF Deputy Michael Wright, from left, and inmates Chatwin Earnest and Chris Hedrick help Toni Fenton, records manager for archives at the Benton County clerk's office, file tax records from the 19th century at the new county office in Rogers.