Republican Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Democrat Chris Jones will vie for governor in November.
- Both won the nominations by a landslide Tuesday night, with Sanders winning over 83% of the vote against Francis "Doc" Washburn.
- Jones won nearly 71% of the vote against Jay Martin, Supha Xayprasith-Mays, Anthony "Tony" Bland and James "Rus" Russell III, according to unofficial election results.
A venture capital firm is looking to build an economic bridge between NWA and Tulsa.
What's happening: Atento Capital, based in Tulsa, is launching 412 Angels, an invite-only network to connect entrepreneurs, investors and would-be investors with early-stage startups.
If the University of Arkansas was graded solely on its technology transfer, it would probably get "satisfactory" on its report card.
What's happening: Bentonville think tank Heartland Forward recently ranked 166 U.S. universities based on their ability to transfer technology developed on campus into the commercial world.
The Bentonville Film Festival is right around the corner, but the organization that hosts the festival is expanding its influence past the annual event.
What's happening: Bentonville Film Foundation became a nonprofit last year and has a year-round office.
- It's gearing up to offer professional development to filmmakers, such as workshops on producing and legal contracts, Wendy Guerrero, president of the festival, told Axios.
The baby formula shortage is leaving shelves bare and causing panic among families and caregivers.
- The scarcity is largely because of supply chain challenges linked to the pandemic and product recalls.
A new track for nursing students at NorthWest Arkansas Community College's Washington County location will allow students to do most of their rotations on nights and weekends.
Further abortion restrictions will disproportionately affect poorer Arkansans, data suggests and local experts say.
Fayetteville is wrapping up the first phase of its cultural arts corridor project, The Ramble.
State of play: Phase one includes paved walkways, an intersection with the Razorback Greenway, and spaces for art installations or activities, like musical performances or yoga, throughout Fay Jones Woods.
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