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  • ipadair2 Apple Reveals New iPad - Apple revealed its new iPad today, although it didn’t come as a surprise to all. The newest editions of iPad and iPad Minis were unveiled at an event in California, where Apple also announced that Apple Pay will launch Monday. Both of the tablets are […]
  • Harvest Music Festival Harvest Music Festival Kicks Off Today -   With fall break coming up, students will have plenty to do in Northwest Arkansas. The Harvest Music Festival at Mulberry Mountain kicked off today. More than 75 bands will perform at the three-day festival. Other activities include camping, an Ozark Trail walk and a […]
  • ArkSupremeCourt AR Supreme Court Over Turns Voter ID Law - The Arkansas Supreme Court over turned the voter ID law Wednesday. The court says it is not constitutional because it requires Arkansas voters to qualify beyond what is set forth in the Arkansas constitution. The court says that any opinion offered by them is purely […]
  • phone Phone Scam Targets Benton County Residents - A phone scam is targeting residents of Bentonville and Benton County. Bentonville Police were notified of the strange activity Wednesday. The scammers are claiming to be representatives of the Bentonville Electric Department, along with other electric companies. Threats have been made to turn electricity off […]
  • Clinton President Clinton to Return to Arkansas - Former President Bill Clinton will return to Arkansas this month. The Arkansas Democratic Party released three more dates Clinton will visit his home state. He will visit Hot Springs on October seventeenth before visiting hope on the eighteenth. He will end the trip with three […]
  • JohnsonPolice Johnson Police Chief Reinstated After Firing -   The City of Johnson is reinstating its recently fired police chief. Last Monday Mayor Buddy Curry sent a letter to Vernon Sisemore telling him he had been fired. City Council members deliberated for almost two hours last night before voting to overturn the decision […]
  • facebookapple Companies Ask Female Workers to Freeze Their Eggs. - Two major companies are taking extreme measures to keep its female employees working. Facebook and Apple are telling their female employees “We will pay to freeze your eggs.” Facebook is already covering the procedure as part of its insurance benefits. Apple plans to offer the […]
  • flu shot Flu Vaccines Available at Pat Walker - The flu vaccine is now available at the Pat Walker Health Center with no appointment necessary Monday through Friday from 3 to 5 pm. Students, faculty and staff can make appointments if they are not able to go to the walk-in clinic. The flu shot […]
  • fayetteville Fayetteville Agrees on Parking Deck Spending - The City of Fayetteville has agreed to use $2.1 million in reserves to build a new parking deck. The new deck will be about a block away from Dickson Street in Fayetteville. The three-story deck, set to be constructed at the northwest corner of Spring […]
  • homecoming2014 2014 Homecoming Court Announced - The top five Homecoming Court candidates were announced today. The 2014 Homecoming Court includes; Amy May West, nominated by Associated Student Government Amy Moorehead, nominate by the Student Alumni Board Cicely Shannon, nominated by Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society Kali Lantefield, nominated by Pi Beta […]
  • gay marriage Same-Sex Marriage Ban Struck Down in North Carolina - Same-sex couples are now able to get marriage licenses in North Carolina. A federal judge struck down the state’s ban on same-sex marriages on Friday. The verdict came after a lawsuit filed in April that challenged the state’s 2012 amendment. Appeals against the new ruling […]
  • RMB1964 Razorback Marching Band Honors ’64 Championship Team - The Arkansas vs Alabama half time show was something to remember. The U of A Band performed some memorable classics from the 1960’s to honor the 1964 National Football Team. Songs played include: “I’m a Believer” by the Monkees,” I Want to Hold Your Hand” […]
  • New UATV Stream Link - UATV is now broadcasting at http://www.kaltura.com/tiny/j9mbj
  • Inside Razorback Football Bama Game This Saturday - The tide is rolling into Fayetteville.
The University of Alabama will take on the Hogs Saturday at 5 p.m. at a sold-out Razorback Stadium.
Camping will not be allowed, but students will be able to line up starting at 11 a.m. 
Students are encouraged to wear red […]
  • RaveMobile New Safety App Coming to the U of A - A new app is coming to the U of A that will help keep students safe on campus. Rave Mobile Safety has created an app called “Rave Guardian”. The app will turn your smart phone into a personal safety device that will deliver critical information […]
  • Lights of the Ozarks Lights of the Ozarks Preparations Begin - Fayetteville is seeing signs of Christmas already. The annual Lights of the Ozarks preparations have officially begun. Every year, thousands and thousands of Christmas lights go up in the downtown Fayetteville Square for the Lights of the Ozarks festival. Preparations for the installments of these […]
  • blood moon Blood Moon Tomorrow Morning - You may want to set your alarms early tomorrow morning and have a look outside at the blood moon. A total lunar eclipse will cause the moon to turn a “blood” red color for about an hour tomorrow morning. The eclipse is said to occur […]
  • Voting Early Voting Starting Soon - Elections are right around the corner and this means it’s time to vote. Now, it’s time to start thinking about early voting stations. You can start voting as soon as October 20th. Washington County Courthouse is one location across Northwest Arkansas where you can cast […]
  • 112_rp_ar_4_ross_mike Representative Ross Speaks at the UofA -
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  • HoMUOmyu President Clinton Speaks at the UofA -  
  • fayetteville Fayetteville Votes for Extra Parking Garage Spending - Fayetteville City Council votes on extra spending for a 245-spot parking deck. City leaders said the parking deck was originally budgeted at $8 million and will cost an additional $5 million more. Officials say they are looking to cut the costs by using city workers […]
  • Trump Donald Trump Wins Lawsuit - Donald Trump continues to triumph. Trump’s name is coming off the now-defunct Trump Plaza Casino in Atlantic City after he won a lawsuit against Trump Entertainment Resorts accusing the company of neglecting the casinos and allowing them to “fall into an utter state of disrepair”. […]
  • rolling with the razorbacks Rolling With The Razorbacks - Roll your way to game in Mississippi with “Rolling with the Razorbacks” For only $30 you can get round trip transportation to Starkville, Mississippi, a ticket to the game, a t-shirt, tailgate food and much more. Applications are now available in the Arkansas Student Union […]
  • walmart_casestudy_design_logo-1_959_487_90_c1 Wal-mart Offering Health Insurance - Soon, you’ll be able to purchase more than just your everyday essentials at Wal-Mart. Wal-Mart is getting into the health insurance business. Stores are offering a service where customers can compare plans. Health insurance plans can sometimes be tricky to understand, but Wal-Mart hopes that […]
  • breast cancer awareness Sorority Raises Breast Cancer Awareness - With October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, students are doing something to help the cause. Zeta Tau Alpha, a sorority on campus, is painting the town pink to raise awareness. This weekend, you can join ZTA at its first-annual carnival taking place from 10-2 at […]
  • BillClintonglasses President Clinton Visiting U of A - A former US president and Arkansas native will be visiting the U of A next week. President Bill Clinton will be in several parts of the state next week for the Arkansas Victory 2014 campaign. President Clinton will be on the U of A campus […]
  • Evers Krauss Alison Krauss Impersonater Arrested Again -       A warrant was issued for the Alison Krauss impersonator a few days ago because she missed her court date in Washington County. Peggy Sue Evers lives in New Mexico. She is accused of conning an elderly man out of his life savings. She convinced […]
  • images25D8G0ND Journalism Professor Honored at Film Festival - One of our own journalism professors is being recognized for his work outside the classroom. Department chair Larry Foley will be honored at the Offshoot Film Festival tomorrow night at 6 p.m. at the Global Campus on the Fayetteville Square. There is no charge for […]
  • walmart_casestudy_design_logo-1_959_487_90_c1 WalMart Blames Tracy Morgan for Injuries in Accident - WalMart says actor Tracy Morgan is at fault for the crash that put him in critical condition this summer and killed another passenger. WalMart blames Morgan and the four other people riding in a limo bus for not wearing seatbelts when they were hit by […]