"Not My City" co founders Kamron Phillips, left, and Jeremy Clark, right, pose at a local community outreach event hosted August 3rd by the Fayetteville Police at Bryce Davis Park.
Credit J. Froelich / KUAF
A pair of Fayetteville civil rights activists are constructing a peaceful coalition they've named "Not My City" working with law enforcement and civic groups to make Fayetteville a safer place to live.
Republican gubernatorial hopeful Asa Hutchinson and GOP Senate hopeful Tom Cotton say they will vote for a measure that would raise the Arkansas minimum wage, but was that decision based on recent polling results? Also, Eureka Springs aldermen get ready to consider a non-discrimination ordinance of their own less than a month after Fayetteville passed a similar measure. Fort Smith officials change regulations pertaining to temporary signs in public rights-of-way, and the Great Arkansas Cleanup gets underway for the 45th year.