TAPD arrests two for aggravated robbery
One man was also charged with Escape 2nd Degree, Criminal Mischief 1St Degree and Fleeing.
Two suspects arrested in connection with Ashdown murder
Ashdown police have captured and arrested two suspects in connection with the October murder of an Ashdown man.
As Patients Skip Screenings, Doctors Warn of 'Late-Stage Cancer Pandemic'
Doctors are calling it an alarming trend - new cancer diagnoses have dropped since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, likely because people are letting routine cancer screening and other medical appointments lapse.
Texarkana Man Sentenced to 11 Years for Connection with Hope Area Drug Trafficking
David Clay Fowlkes, First Assistant United States Attorney for the Western District of Arkansas, announced that James Earl Bradford, 61, of Texarkana, Arkansas, was sentenced to 132 months in federal prison, followed by four years of supervised release, for Possession of Cocaine Base with Intent to Distribute
Governor Hutchinson Announces 11 p.m. Closing for Businesses Licensed to Sell, Serve Alcohol on Premises
As Recommended by Winter COVID-19 Task Force
Arkansas doctors urge more virus limits as cases rise
(AP) — Nearly 300 doctors from around Arkansas urged Gov Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday to impose new restrictions to curb a surge in coronavirus cases as the state’s hospitalizations from the virus hit a new record level.
Manhunt underway for suspect in overnight shooting
The Nash Police Department is currently looking for Janarieo Devonne Dillihunt for his involvement in an overnight shooting that occurred in Nash.
11-year-old dies after accidental shooting in Texarkana
Police are investigating an accidental shooting that claimed the life of an 11-year-old in Texarkana.
TASD Partners to Help Students Re-Engage
The Texarkana Arkansas School District is partnering with the Arkansas Department of Education’s Engage Arkansas initiative.
AP Sources: FBI is investigating Texas attorney general
(AP) — The FBI is investigating allegations that Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton broke the law in using his office to benefit a wealthy donor, according to two people with knowledge of the probe.
Raging virus cases in Texas strain state health care system
(AP) — The crush of the coronavirus surge in El Paso has the city sending its non-COVID-19 cases to hospitals elsewhere in the state, officials said Tuesday.
White House panel: Virus situation worsening in Arkansas
Arkansas’ top health official and a White House task force is warning the state is on the verge of a rapid rise in coronavirus cases, while Gov. Asa Hutchinson rejected the panel’s call to significantly scale back restaurants’ indoor capacity in most of the state.
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