Fayetteville officials will be decreasing service charges for recycling programs, building bike trails and implementing other sustainable practices in 2020.
Following the 2018 election year, wherein women ran for office in record numbers, many local women are increasing their political involvement and supporting other female candidates.
Workers are on track to finish renovations at 430 W. Dickson St. by summer 2020.
Students may find long-term mental health treatment using a website created by the UA Pat Walker Health Center and Thriving Campus.
Some black women in Arkansas are finding empowerment after black women won all four major pageant titles in 2019.
In an attempt to better represent LGBTQ persons in STEM, a UofA RSO offers them real world experiences to prepare them for their careers.
Members of a Springdale-based writers group meet twice a month to share tales from their lives and document their stories in memoirs.
Harry Styles blends his personal experiences with an upbeat and energetic style in his latest album “Fine Line,” released Dec. 13.
The Hogs face a tough test Saturday afternoon against No. 10 Kentucky.
Arkansas cruised to a 75-55 victory over Vanderbilt behind 30 points from senior guard Jimmy Whitt Jr. on Wednesday.
Eight total football players have now transferred out of Arkansas since the end of the 2019 season, with the latest being freshman T.Q. Jackson.
The Razorbacks were dominated on the boards Wednesday night as the hometown Tigers handed the Hogs their first conference loss of the season.
Arkansas should follow the path of other conservative states in decriminalizing minor drug charges to reverse the damage done by the War on Drugs initiative.
Trump’s threats to Iran over Twitter could constitute a war crime, even if it wasn’t his intent.
Fayetteville’s styrofoam ban is bad news for small businesses, and could even have negative effects on the environment in the future.
Arkansas Act 710 reflects the state’s partisan interests, but the constitutionality of the act is questionable.