A Tyson Foods employee was injured Wednesday when an Illinois man opened fire during an early morning baseball practice for Republican members of Congress in Alexandria, Va. Matthew Mika was one of the five people who were wounded in the shooting spree. Majority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana was also injured.
On today's program, we hear from the newly selected CEO of the NWA Council. Plus our Militant Grammarian returns to talk about an all-important part of speech that may get little attention from some: articles.
The Fayetteville Housing Authority recently submitted a low-income tax credit application that will allow the agency to build new apartments on three acres of empty land at the Morgan Manor public housing development. The FHA's plan is to move residents who currently live at the Willow Heights public housing development to the new units at Morgan Manor.
On today's program, we hear why the director of the Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks says his institution is in excellent health while the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has called for an assessment of the VA system. Also, we get a preview of the Homegrown on the River music festival, which returns for its second year in August