The University of Central Arkansas tennis team continues to make history as the Sugar Bears will play for the Southland Conference title Sunday at Beaumont, Texas, against regular-season champion Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.
Charlie Strong left the University of Central Arkansas in 1982 in casual togs seeking to become a college professor after an all-star football career for the Bears.
A inmate died at Faulkner County Detention Center Unit 1 on Friday.
As Faulkner County’s new sheriff, Tim Ryals has been updating policies and making his presence known in the county. Some of those changes are more visible than others.
The Conway Junior High School invited community members to its annual Multicultural Festival on Saturday.
We’ll go from weird scores to numbers to stars in this latest batch of “David Citations” for the interesting, weird, zany and, in this case, heartwarming in sports.
Next week, legislators will meet in special session to change the Arkansas Works program to encourage its recipients to work for their benefits and, eventually, no longer need them.
Authorities want to remind the public not to call 911 unless they are in an emergency situation.
Central Baptist College’s baseball team needed one win to clinch the final spot in the American Midwest Conference tournament and got two Thursday.
Sen. Joyce Elliot encouraged girls with the 20th Judicial District’s Young Empowered Sisters (Y.E.S.) Program to prepare for their future.