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  • THEBOOT Student Raising Money to Pay SEC Fine - One student is taking matters into his own hands after the U of A was slapped with a $25,000 fine. U of A student Alex Winans created a “Go-Fund-Me” account just days after the Hogs rushed the field after beating rival LSU in the Battle […]
  • Ole-Miss-Rebels-Arkansas-Razorbacks-SEC-Football Razorbacks Take on Ole Miss This Weekend - The Hogs will play at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium for the last time this season this Saturday. The Hogs take on #8 Ole Miss at 2:30 P.M.. Students can begin lining up at gate 17 at 11:30 A.M.. The last game of the season […]
  • lights of the ozarks Lights of the Ozarks Illuminating Fayetteville Tomorrow - With the holidays quickly approaching, the annual Lights of the Ozarks will soon light up the Fayetteville Square. The square will officially light up right before 6 P.M. Friday, followed by a parade. Close to half a million twinkling lights will fill the square until […]
  • meal Local Organizations Providing Thanksgiving Meals - Some local organizations are preparing for Thanksgiving by embracing the spirit of the holiday. The Springdale Police Department is partnering with Har-Ber schools to provide Thanksgiving dinners to families in need.  They’ll assemble and distribute approximately 100 bags filled with turkeys and holiday foods. And, […]
  • SnowTemps U.S. Seeing Freezing Temps and Lots of Snow - At least some part of every state in the nation is dealing with freezing cold temperatures or snow. Even places known for wintry weather are running into problems. At least five people have died as a result of storms in the Buffalo, New York area, […]
  • Gay Arkansas Arkansas Supreme Court Hearing Arguments on Gay Marriage Ban - The Arkansas Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments as it decides on the state’s ban on gay marriage. Arguments start tomorrow morning at 9. They’ll only last about 40 minutes, and then justices will start deliberating. A spokesman for the court says the […]
  • Ozark Regional Transit Ozark Regional Transit Offering Free Thanksgiving Rides - If you’re wondering how to get around during the Thanksgiving holiday, Ozark Regional Transit is here to help. Bus fare for all fixed route transit buses will be free of charge the week of Thanksgiving. ORT fixed routes service multiple shopping areas including Fresco Station […]
  • Beaver_Lake_with_changing_leaves Stolen Car Found On Fire, In Lake - A stolen car on fire, found in a lake. This has been the latest case the Benton County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies say someone reported a car in the water Sunday night at a dock near east Highway 12 and Old White River Road East of […]
  • Derby Pic Ole Miss Game Tickets Still Available - If you couldn’t make it to the LSU game, there’s another chance of catching the Hogs in action. The Razorbacks will be playing their final home game this Saturday against Ole Miss. Tickets are $20 for students and $55 for the general public. You can […]
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  • golden-boot-dj Razorbacks Battle for the Boot This Weekend - The Razorbacks will be looking for their first SEC win this weekend as they battle for the boot. Many fans who are traveling to Fayetteville for the game will be welcomed with a change in ticket prices. 
 
Razorback ticket prices have increased by $20 […]
  • Derby Pic U of A to Repeat Football Game Camping Procedures - The camping procedures put in place by the U of A during last years football season are coming into play this week. Starting November 14th at 7:30 P.M. students can register at gate 17 to get a place in line for seats at Saturday’s game […]
  • 2013-09-05_07-36-32-PMUA_Logo-web University Program Hosting Food Drive - One campus program is working to fight food insecurity in Northwest Arkansas. The University Recreation Club Sports Program is hosting its annual food drive, which benefits the Full Circle-Campus Food Pantry.
 The club sports program has a goal of collecting over 2,750 pounds. Last year […]
  • fayetteville Fayetteville Alderman Ward 1 Candidates Head to Runoff - Two Fayetteville City Council candidates will head to a runoff after neither got enough votes to win in the November 4th election. Fayetteville Alderman Ward 1 will be between Paul Phaneuf and incumbent Adella Gray. Phaneuf had 39% of the vote while Gray got 37%. […]
  • OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Woman Hit By Tree on Lake Fayetteville Trail - A woman was struck by a tree on the Lake Fayetteville Trail today, according to a dispatcher with the Fayetteville Police Department. Emergency workers on the scene stated that the woman suffered from a broken leg. According to the dispatcher, emergency crews had to go […]
  • University-of-Arkansas UAPD Search for Robbery Suspect - According to a RAZAlert notification sent out around 9:15 Thursday night, University Police received a report of a possible robbery in Pomfret Residence Hall around 6:00 PM. UAPD is investigating the incident and are searching for the suspect described as a black man with scruffy […]
  • garth brooks Garth Brooks to Play in North Little Rock - If you’re in Little Rock in December you might get a chance to spend an evening with some friends in low places. Country music legend Garth Brooks will be hitting the stage at the Verizon Arena along with singer Trisha Yearwood. The Garth Brooks world […]
  • taco bell Taco Bell App Let’s You Skip Waiting in Line - Want taco bell pronto? There’s an app for that. The restaurant unveiled an app today that allows people to place customized orders using their iPhone and androids. You still have to pick-up your food in person, but you get to skip the line. The app […]
  • hogs recycle Hogs Going Green - It’s easier to go green on campus thanks to an enthusiastic group. Staff members from the Office for Sustainability are visiting classrooms this semester to inform students about the many recycling options on campus. Members of the organization have a 20- minute presentation on sustainability […]
  • Live United U of A Hosting Live United Campaign - An on campus fundraising campaign needs your help to reach its goal by this Friday. The U of A Everyday Heroes Live United campaign has raised nearly $142,000 and is at 72% of its overall goal. The campaign is making one final push this week […]
  • Nasa_Logo NASA Rocket Explosion - An un-manned NASA rocket exploded just seconds after the launch from Wallops Island, Virginia earlier tonight. NASA spokesman Jay Bolden says that no one was injured and there were no deaths in the explosion. There is significant property damage and vehicle damage though Mission Control […]
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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 […]