Confirmed Coronavirus cases in the Texarkana area stands at 109 in Bowie, Miller, and Cass counties.
Beginning Monday April 20, people that believe they may have contracted or been exposed to COVID-19 and meet CDC-based screening criteria can get curbside testing at the Healthcare Express Arkansas Boulevard location.
Our resident Coronavirus expert, Dr. Benjamin Neuman from Texas A&M-Texarkana, takes time out of his busy schedule to answer the latest questions on COVID-19.
Texas A&M University-Texarkana has recently awarded 68 Regents’ Grants to students whose families have endured unexpected financial difficulties.
Texarkana College recruiters are hosting virtual information sessions to help future students with enrollment for the upcoming summer and fall semesters.
The number of confirmed Coronavirus cases continues to slowly creep up.
Students of Nash Elementary will get a pleasant surprise this Wednesday evening.
A man who was acting erratic according to Bowie County Sheriffs Deputies died in the Bi-State Jail shortly after being arrested.
During this time of COVID-19, it has been recommended to all of us to “shelter at home” but for those suffering from domestic violence, home is rarely a place of shelter. Many fear contracting
The Cooper Tire and Rubber Company has announced that it’s plants including Texarkana will remain closed for at least the next couple of weeks.