Texarkana Texas police arrest two teens for weekend burglary
Thomas Renick and Malcom White Jr, both 19-year-old residents of DeKalb, were arrested and transported to the Bi-State Jail.
Texarkana Police searching for homicide suspect
An arrest warrant has been issued and officers are currently searching for Justin Howard Petty.
Salon owner who defied lockdown makes Texas Senate runoff
(AP) — A Dallas salon owner who was sent to jail for defying coronavirus lockdown orders and became a symbol of conservative angst over COVID-19 restrictions advanced to a runoff for a Texas Senate seat on Tuesday night.
Texarkana Texas Police Third Quarter Awards Ceremony
Texarkana Texas Police honored officers yesterday afternoon including several for saving lives during unexpected situations.
Texas grand jury: No action against killer of church shooter
A grand jury in Texas decided Monday to take no action against a man who fatally shot an armed man who killed two people at a Fort Worth-area church in late December, prosecutors said.
Campaign launched to oppose Arkansas highway tax measure
(AP) — An unlikely coalition of anti-tax advocates, environmentalists and community groups is campaigning against an Arkansas highway sales tax measure backed by the state’s governor and top lobbying groups.
Southwest Arkansas Electric adds 1-Megawatt solar power station to its grid
Southwest Arkansas Electric Cooperative (SWAEC) has unveiled the completed C. Wayne Whitaker Solar Power Generation Facility off Texarkana’s Highway 49.
Tiny House Raffle today to benefit CASA
The Texarkana Children's Advocacy Center and Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and Texarkana College have teamed up to raffle a tiny house and there's only a few hours left today to get tickets.
Reminder: Waiver Still in Effect for CDLs
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding the public that the State of Disaster Declaration in response to COVID-19 remains in effect, and includes the waiver of expiration dates for commercial driver licenses (CDL).
AG Paxton Sues Precious Metals IRA and Bullion Coin Scheme that Defrauded Senior Investors of Over $185 Million
Attorney General Ken Paxton and the Texas State Securities Board joined the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and 29 other states to prevent Metals.com, Chase Metal, Barrick Capital, and others from continuing to defraud elderly people across the United States by convincing them to convert their retirement savings into precious metals.
Redwater ISD Receives 2020 National Blue Ribbon Honors
All campuses nominated by TEA in February were awarded this prestigious designation
Harvesting Hope, One Food Box at a Time
Food Bank to Host Fourth Drive-Thru Mobile Pantry Event
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