A group called “Mayors Against Illegal Guns” is out with a new TV ad today which steps up their criticism of U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., for his vote against the failed Manchin-Toomey gun background check bill.
On the same day (May 23) lawsuits were filed seeking damages following Whirlpool's admission this year that it had leaked trichloroethylene (TCE), a potentially cancer-causing chemical, into properties north of its former Fort Sm
What started off as an attempt by Whirlpool to ban the drilling of groundwater wells in the neighborhood north of its former manufacturing facility due to it admitted trichloroethylene (TCE) contamination has led to two lawsuits
U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., who faces re-election in 2014, offered a lengthy interview with radio station KASU 91.9 FM (Jonesboro) and discussed a number of hot button issues including disaster aid, immigration and gun control.
Area residents could soon be smelling fresh paint along Garrison Avenue following the announcement today that Fort Smith is in the running for a revitalization project as part of the "Main Street Matters" campaign.
Consumers across Northwest Arkansas continue to boost local sales tax collections upward through the first three months of this year, despite the adjustment to higher payroll taxes and a colder winter season.
A revised risk management plan submitted by Whirlpool Corporation to the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality Tuesday (May 21) has left residents and city directors dissatisfied with the company's plan for cleanup.
There are better ways to respond to help the victims of natural disasters than just showing up to help or immediately sending loads of supplies, according to officials who study and deal with victim response.
The Ben Geren Aquatics Center will be designed and built using a construction manager at risk approach after the Fort Smith Board of Directors and Sebastian County Quorum Court voted tonight to approve the plan.
When tragedy strikes, Wal-Mart is often one of the first on the scene to help as the retailer mans its own storm watch and disaster teams from its central command center at the Bentonville home office.