Pat Walker Health Care officials have paused the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine until more information and further instructions are available.
The FDA has asked states to put Johnson & Johnson vaccine distribution on pause.
City of Fayetteville employees are set to change Leroy Pond Drive to Nolan Richardson Drive on April 16, one month after lawmakers unanimously approved the name change.
With a 96-32 vote Tuesday, Arkansas state legislators overturned Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s veto of House Bill 1570, which prohibits doctors from providing gender affirming care to transgender minors.
Following the abortion of her daughter Samantha, one local woman is transforming her feelings of grief and heartache into bouquets of flowers in her daughter’s honor.
This weekend’s new music lineup brought both nostalgia and of-the-moment flare, with showstopping tunes from Taylor Swift, Doja Cat and SZA.
In hopes to up their shoe game or make a profit, some students use the Nike SNKRS app to get their hands on exclusive sneaker releases.
English producer Iglooghost incorporates classical strings with electronic elements on his sophomore LP, “Lei Line Eon,” released Friday.
The Razorbacks started strong and finished stronger Tuesday to beat Arkansas-Pine Bluff 12-4.
The No. 8 Bogle Bombers laid a goose egg, struggling to get runs across the plate as the No. 3 Alabama Crimson Tide took the series over the Hogs on Sunday.
The Razorback baseball team won its fourth straight SEC series, moving into sole possession of first place in the West Division.
The No. 8 Bogle Bombers took game two over the No. 3 Alabama Crimson Tide on Saturday to even the series.
Lent, the forty-day period leading up to Easter, is observed by many Christians, but can also serve as a period of cleansing for anyone.
Native peoples are the original stewards of the land U.S. citizens learn on, work on, live on, and most importantly, enjoy. Acknowledging their legacy on the land we benefit from is essential to respect and reconciliation with Native groups.
Students and community members are still waiting for a decision from the UofA on the presence of Sen. J. William Fulbright and Gov. Charles Brough on campus.
Mt. Everest is not the untouched mountain we often make it out to be. Commercialization has left the highest peak in the world littered with corpses and garbage.