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Oil rose for a second straight week as OPEC's commitment to rebalance the market and geopolitical risks to global supplies overshadowed U.S. President Donald Trump's... [Read More]
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The unemployment rate in Arkansas for March was 3.8 percent, unchanged from February, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics said Friday. [Read More]
A circuit judge in Jonesboro, after nearly a three-hour hearing Friday, dismissed a group of farmers' request to put a hold on the state's restrictions... [Read More]
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A moving and intelligent drama about a schism that tore an American church apart, Come Sunday spends 106 minutes contemplating the nature of eternity. That... [Read More]
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At the start of the new year, Armond Weh-Weh didn't know whether he'd play football again. [Read More]
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Maria Fassi led a charge on Day 3 of the SEC championships for the Arkansas Razorbacks, but the junior came up just short of claiming... [Read More]
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Down 5-0 in the bottom of the sixth inning, the last-place team in the SEC West turned the tables on the division front runners. [Read More]
Steve Spurrier made the Gators a name-brand powerhouse. He lifted South Carolina out of the low country. [Read More]
Earlier this year, the folks at Arkansas Life magazine asked me to list my favorite restaurant for pie. It wasn't an easy choice because Arkansas... [Read More]
Women in Arkansas are less likely to live above the poverty level than women nationally. In fact, statewide, 81.5 percent of women live above poverty,... [Read More]
We look forward to spending time in quirky Eureka Springs. Who doesn't? It's the getaway capital of northern Arkansas, a unique place that's as much... [Read More]
Executive compensation packages for Walmart's top executives showed a general decline, and the company detailed further its changes for its annual shareholders meeting as part... [Read More]
A reader told us she's tired of being tracked. We suggest using the new Opera Web browser. [Read More]
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An ArkansasStaged staged reading of the play by Lauren Gunderson, 7 p.m., Fenix Fayetteville DownUnder, 16 W. Center St. in Fayetteville. Suggested donation of $10.... [Read More]
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Until now, the Renaissance Faire of the Ozarks has lived the gypsy life. Founded in Fayetteville, it moved during its five year history to Springdale... [Read More]
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Sara Parnell is always ready to open her Artist Retreat Center to a musician passing through Northwest Arkansas. [Read More]
U.S. District Judge Timothy Brooks told federal prosecutors this morning to put the full context and full strings of email exchanges into evidence in the... [Read More]
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The state's largest cross-country mountain biking event will change venues this year. [Read More]
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Around 30 students gathered in front of the Washington County Courthouse to protest for national school walkout day after walking from their classes at Fayetteville... [Read More]
The city is forming a partnership with a local nonprofit group to build a science center at Kathleen Johnson Memorial Park. [Read More]
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