The fourth annual Botanical Garden of the Ozarks International Festival celebrated a dozen different countries’ cultures.
Since Sept. 1, many Arkansas tobacco users and businesses were forced to adjust to a new law that seeks to curb the use of tobacco by youth.
A suspect in a shooting near Blue Top Liquor last night has barricaded inside a Lakeside Village apartment.
City council members voted to add a graduate student leader to the Town and Gown Committee.
A driver hit a bicyclist with his truck Tuesday morning.
A Woodland Junior High School student was diagnosed with whooping cough, a highly contagious respiratory tract infection.
Warmer winters caused by climate change may lead to an increase of ticks and tick-borne diseases.
Several apartment buildings in Fayetteville do not have recyclable drop-off sites, making residents use one of two designated drop-off centers in Fayetteville to recycle.
The first time she ever came back to visit campus to see her name, she found it marred with chewing gum. She, and several other alumni, were surprised by the lack of care given to Senior Walk.
A car crash injured five people at Baba Boudan’s Espresso.
Police are looking for a suspect in a shooting that left one dead and another wounded on Leverett Avenue on Thursday night.
A 17-year-old driver who struck and killed a student in a distracted driving collision will not face any felony charges.
Police are searching for the suspect in a shooting Wednesday that injured one person.
Officials have confirmed that three cases of mumps, a viral illness transmitted by respiratory droplets and saliva, have been identified at the UofA.
At the annual Northwest Arkansas Women’s March, people gathered to raise awareness of women’s rights issues.
The Arkansas Supreme Court struck down Fayetteville’s 2015 non-discrimination ordinance, which banned workplace discrimination based on sexuality or gender.
Workers will install solar panels at two Fayetteville wastewater plants in March, converting the energy-consuming facilities to green power.
The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Vigil had record-breaking attendance to honor King's legacy, following the MLK march.
A local community believes in the healing power of crystals and spiritual healing through meditation and connection with nature.
Religious organizations have increased their holiday charity since the eviction of the homeless camp on 19th street in early September.
House and Senate candidates from seven districts in Northwest Arkansas met at a public forum Sept. 6 to discuss voting initiatives for policy issues affecting black voters in the upcoming November midterm election.
Fayetteville is the 12th worst city for driving under the influence arrests, but some students are not that surprised, according to an insurance study.
A UA professor found that people are not properly trained on how to approach diversity in the workplace, she said.
A federal judge ruled April 24 against President Donald Trump’s administration's efforts to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which some UA students depend on for legal status, and demanded that DACA be fully reinstated.
Carrying a banner, Alexa McGriff and Tavi Ellis marched down the stairs of the Fayetteville Town Center on April 21. A large crowd of approximately 75 men and women folded in behind them, pink and black signs waving above their heads.
Today is the last day students and Arkansas residents can register to vote for the upcoming Arkansas primary elections May 22.
Two UA students organized a march Saturday advocating science research and education in the Northwest Arkansas region.
Last year senior Quinn Childress decided to plan a Thanksgiving Day lunch so that homeless people in his community could feel like part of a family again, something they sometimes do not have, he said. The experience inspired him to learn more about the problem of homelessness by talking to …
Northwest Arkansas residents and volunteers from the 7Hills Homeless Center marched Sunday to raise awareness for the problem of local homelessness.
A woman was found around 4 p.m. today with a knife in her hand and her throat and wrist cut on university property, a UA Police Department captain said.
Fayetteville government officials and the Arkansas Department of Transportation plan to expand Maple Street to a four-lane road from Garland Avenue to Razorback Road to improve traffic conditions along with other changes starting summer 2018, the associate vice chancellor of Facilities Manag…
By the beginning of the fall semester, students who use parking in downtown Fayetteville should begin to see changes to lighting around parking lots near Dickson Street, clarified signage and possibly changes to parking costs.
Local residents march in solidarity to promote peace March 24 from the Walton Arts Center to the Fayetteville Town Center. The procession was followed by a town rally featuring local speakers and performing artists.
BENTONVILLE — As high school students and other activists filled Bentonville Square on March 24 to rally for stricter gun-control laws, three UA students joined the crowd, protest signs in hand, to raise their voices in support.
More than 1,000 Fayetteville High School students gathered in the FHS courtyard Wednesday to commemorate the 17 students and staff members killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in the Parkland, Florida, shooting last month.
Officials have hired two students at Arkansas Children’s Northwest hospital, which opened late last month, but the hospital has not received many applications from the UofA, said the Human Resources director for the hospital.
UA police are looking for a motorist who was reported by a student Wednesday for public sexual indecency.
People gathered Feb. 25 at Dwelling Place Church on Porter Street to celebrate the last official event of Black History Month.
A Fayetteville composting program collaborated with the UofA and recycled as much as 16,000 pounds of food waste on campus.
A suicidal person surrendered voluntarily to Fayetteville Police Department officers who surrounded Whit Creek Apartments on Monday night, a Fayetteville police sergeant said.
The UA Police Department arrested one student, one UA staff member and a person not affiliated with the university between Feb. 6-12, according to the UAPD Daily Crime Log.
Texas will be the first state to host the primary elections for Congress seats this year, and the deadline to register to vote for those elections is Feb. 5, according to the Texas Secretary of State’s website.
Approximately 40 students and activists attended a prayer vigil in solidarity with immigrants and refugees Tuesday night.
Protesters congregate at the Washington County Courthouse on Jan. 27 to express their concerns about the President Donald Trump. Sophomores Emma Nilsson and Avery Phillips (not pictured) organized The People’s March on Fayetteville to advocate for Trump’s impeachment and to protect the right…
A UA instructor is running in the Nov. 6 election for the District 86 Arkansas House of Representatives position against Alderman Mark Kinion.
On Saturday a group of about 40 people marched from the Washington County Courthouse to Old Main around noon to advocate for the impeachment of President Donald Trump and to protect the rights of marginalized people, according to first-hand observations.
Between Jan. 16 and 21, the UA Police Department arrested three students and three people not affiliated with the university on drug- and alcohol-related charges and arrested one person not affiliated with the university on theft charges, according to the UAPD Daily Crime Log.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture granted the UA System Division of Agriculture $300,000 last September to create programs that will educate rural Arkansans about the dangers of opioid abuse.
The UA communication master’s program became top in the nation by receiving the Outstanding Master’s Degree Program Award for 2017 from the National Communication Association.