Thursday Apr 17
Candidate news: Parks, Snively
Here's a list of candidates who've recently sent us press releases announcing their plans to run for various seats in upcoming elections.
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Thursday Apr 17
Third bulky waste cleanup set for Saturday
The third of four planned bulky waste clean up events this spring is set for Saturday, April 19 at two locations; Shaver Foods parking lot behind Randall Tyson Track complex and Fayetteville Recycling & Trash Collection facility .
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Siloam Mom Accused Of Lifting Daughter By Neck, Swinging Her Side-To-Side
A Siloam Springs woman was arrested Tuesday after police said she picked up her 15-month-old daughter by the neck and swung her side-to-side.
Police: Fayetteville Man Raped 2 Year Old, Recorded It On Phone
A Fayetteville man was arrested Wednesday after police say he raped a two-year-old girl and recorded it on a cell phone.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Katrayus Lane, 23, no address available, was arrested Sunday in connection with felony theft of a motor vehicle, possession of a firearm by a certain person and parole violation after police found a stolen gold Lexus sport utility van parked on East Oaks Drive.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Storey Discusses Fayetteville District Judge Race
Bill Storey, a candidate for Fayetteville District judge, appeared Sunday on "5NEWS This Morning," discussing his candidacy and his plan to address texting and driving.
Alison Krauss Impostor Pleads Not Guilty To Parole Violation
A woman who conned a Fayetteville man by pretending to be country music star Alison Krauss pleaded not guilty on Monday to a parole violation in the case.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Alison Krauss Impostor Back Behind Bars In Fayetteville
A woman who pleaded guilty earlier this year to conning a Fayetteville man by pretending to be country music star Alison Krauss is back behind bars in Washington County.
For two counties, vacancy rates rise
The overall vacancy rate in apartments and duplexes in Benton and Washington counties was 5.8 percent in the last half of 2013, up 1.5 percent compared with the same period the year before, according to the most recent Skyline Report released Tuesday.
Teen confesses to writing bomb threats against school
TODAY GREENLAND POLICE SAY A TEEN CONFESSED TO WRITING BOMB THREATS AGAINST THE SCHOOL.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Rossetti Wins West Fork Mayor Race
Charlie Rossetti won the West Fork mayor's race Tuesday night, after serving as the city's interim mayor since November.
Man Sentenced To Prison For Choking Fayetteville Officer
A Little Rock man accused of choking a Fayetteville police officer on New Year's Eve near Dickson Street pleaded guilty in Washington County Circuit Court on Tuesday , officials said.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Fayetteville Substitute Teacher Arrested In Meth-Dealing Sting
A Fayetteville substitute teacher is no longer teaching for the school district, following her methamphetamine arrest in a sting operation last month.
Trial Pushed Back For Former Officer Accused Of Rape
The former Fayetteville police officer who was fired and accused of sexually assaulting a woman while on-duty had his trial rescheduled this week to June, according to court documents.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Haas Hall Plans Benton County School
The superintendent and founder of Haas Hall Academy in Washington County said he plans to open another school like it in Benton County in time for the 2015-16 school year.
Patton Takes Last-Minute Plea Bargain In Washington County Murder Trial
STAFF PHOTO DAVID GOTTSCHALK James Patton, second from right, the last of four Prairie Grove residents accused of beating Ronnie Lee Bradley to death, visits Tuesday with his attorneys, Chris Nebben, left, Drew Ledbetter, second from left, and Courtney Cline in Judge William Storey's courtroom at the Washington County Courthouse in Fayetteville.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Trial Pushed Back For Suspect In Deadly Stabbing
The homeless Fayetteville man accused of stabbing his girlfriend to death last year had his trial reset Tuesday in Washington County Circuit Court, prosecutors said.
Last Suspect Gets 30 Years In Prairie Grove Beating Death
One of the four suspects arrested in the beating death of a Prairie Grove man pleaded guilty Tuesday and received a 60-year prison sentence.
Judge Says Washington County Must Redo Cell Tower Denial
A district judge has ordered Washington County to redo last year's denial of a cellphone tower east of Prairie Grove.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Harvey & Bernice Jones Trust - Frost' Bitten?
Jack Frost was on hand when Bernice Jones created the Bernice Young Jones Educational Trust for Family & Community Studies in October 1995.