Arrests and violent crimes decreased in 2019, according to the Fayetteville Police Department’s summary report.
UA Police Department officers arrested six students, one staff member and four non-affiliated people between Jan. 10-16
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.
Students explore potential changes to the RazALERT emergency notification system after recent shootings in the community.
Several campus construction projects reached completion over break.
Thousands of Australians feel that the Australian government has not done enough to try and help communities recover from wildfires that have been burning since September.
The effects of U.S. foreign policy have extended to Palestinian and Israeli students in Arkansas.
UofA students fear what the Hong Kong protests could mean for the future of Hong Kong and mainland China.
Northwest Arkansas Center for Sexual Assault expands outreach effort after hiring new executive director.
The NWA Center for Sexual Assault’s support group for LGBTQ victims has had markedly lower attendance than the center’s other support groups, leading one advocate to try new strategies.
Following Trump’s Jan. 3 strike that killed a top Iranian general, tensions between the U.S. and Iran have heightened, causing distress for Iranian citizens in the U.S. and their families in Iran.
A staff member reported Jan. 6 that several campus street signs have been damaged or stolen over the last two months, including stop signs on Dickson Street and Razorback Road.
FPD officers are investigating an apparent suicide by hanging after a passerby found a dead body Monday in south Fayetteville.
UAPD officers arrested three students and two non-affiliated people between Dec. 12-18.
Health center officials have confirmed 35 cases of mumps on the UA campus since September.
A meal swipe donation drive organized by the Associated Student Government, the Volunteer Action Center and Chartwells will run through Dec. 20.
After proposing an idea to create an on-campus hostel, a team of UA students are working to further the project and connect international students with domestic students.
Fayetteville Police Department officers arrested 12 people for felonies, 35 people for misdemeanors and 13 people for public intoxication between Nov. 22-28.
Reshma Saujani, CEO and Founder of Girls Who Code, gave the final UA Distinguished Lecture of the semester Dec. 4 at the Fayetteville Town Center.
Ozark Natural Foods Co-Op will rebrand and move to a new location in April 2020.
At a TEDxFayettevilleWomen livestream event, 45 people watched speakers from around the world share their experiences.
Fayetteville Police Department officials have identified both the police officer and suspect who died in Saturday’s shooting near the Fayetteville Downtown Square.
Pat Walker Health Center officials offered free HIV testing Dec. 4 at the Arkansas Union.
A suspect shot and killed an FPD officer near the Fayetteville Downtown Square on Saturday night.
Fayetteville Police Department officers confirmed a shooting on the Fayetteville Square after receiving a report of a shooting at 9:41 p.m.
Chartwells and the UA Volunteer Action Center teamed up to donate cookies to the Full Circle Food Pantry on Dec. 3.
Firefighters are on the scene of a massive industrial fire in Bentonville that has left four schools without power.
The Little Rock School District will rezone its high school district division after an advisory board meeting on Nov. 21.
Two local food pantries use community donations to provide resources to Washington County pet-owners struggling with to care for their animals.
Razorback Athletics officials expanded alcohol sales to men’s and women’s basketball games after making more than $700,000 in alcohol sales at the 2019 season’s football games.
Facilities Management officials have included plans for more gender-neutral restrooms in all future construction projects and full-building renovations.
The recent successes of Razorback women’s sports have not changed the trend of these programs losing money and paying their coaches less.
Thanksgiving events for LGBTQ people, through the organizations NWA Equality and C4 Nightclub & Lounge, offered a traditional celebration for all.
Fayetteville’s newest medical marijuana dispensary serves 22 strains of cannabis, competing with three other dispensaries in Northwest Arkansas.
UAPD officers arrested seven students and five non-affiliated people from Nov. 16-27.
Razorback Athletics officials are responding to confirmed mumps cases on campus by offering an MMR booster.
After the first of two companies introduced e-scooters to Fayetteville, UAPD officers are offering scooter safety tips.
The Arkansas Department of Health confirmed nine cases of mumps on campus.
Grit Mountain Biking Festival, a three-day mountain biking festival from Nov. 15-17, offered women and non-binary people a chance to ride and share experiences.
International students from countries such as Panama, Myanmar and Saudi Arabia presented to attendees of the International Bazaar event on Tuesday.
UA Police Department officers arrested seven students, two temporary employees and three non-affiliated people between Nov. 9-14.
At least 331 transgender and gender-nonconforming people were killed worldwide between Oct. 1, 2018, and Sept. 30, 2019.
Little Rock teachers protested the potential division of the school district Thursday.
Members of the Northwest Arkansas transgender community and their allies will gather at the Fayetteville Town Center 6 p.m. Sunday to pay tribute to transgender people who have died from violence in 2019.
Fayetteville officials have reached 72% of their goal to have 100% clean energy in local government buildings through newly installed solar panels at Fayetteville wastewater treatment plants.
Mixed media artist and UA alumnus Cory Perry will showcase their artwork at a Fenix Fayetteville gallery “Consuming Culture,” through the end of November.
Josh Mahony, the only Democrat in the Arkansas U.S. Senate race, backed out of the race Nov. 12.