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2 people rob store in Texarkana

TEXARKANA, TX (KSLA) - Someone robbed a store in Texarkana, Texas. Two people robbed the Dollar General in the 1200 block of New Boston Road in Texarkana, Texas, the night of Oct. 18. Police have one possible suspect in custody. (Source: KSLA News 12) Now police think they have one of them in cust

KSLA - 2018-10-19 03:55:25

Armed Robber Arrested in Texarkana

The Texarkana Texas Police Department arrested Malik Warren, 18, of Texarkana Texas for Aggravated Robbery on Thursday evening.

KKYR.COM - 2018-10-19 10:23:38

Benton Elementary teacher now faces rape charge

BOSSIER PARISH, LA (KSLA) - A Bossier Parish elementary school PE teacher now faces a charge of rape, according to parish officials.Aubrey “Perry” Norcross, 47, is charged first-degree rape of a elementary school student, according to Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office.Friday’s charge accuses Norcross

KSLA - 2018-10-19 22:29:00

Tyson mill in Nashville closed

Nashville's Tyson mill is now closed.Nashville area growers for Tyson Foods have been notified by letter that the feed mill here will be closed this week. Feed for the chicken houses will apparently be brought in from Tyson mills at Hope and Broken Bow.The letter was from Nashville Complex Manager M

SWARKANSASNEWS.COM - 2018-10-18 18:53:30

Arrests made in Gander Mountain copper theft | Texarkana Today

AdvertisementThanks to a tip Texarkana Texas Police have made two arrests in connection to the theft of copper from the Gander Mountain building.Detective Cody Harris was able to solve the case and made two arrests yesterday. Richard Jenkins, 49, and Brandy Gossett, 34, were charged with Theft of Ma

TXKTODAY.COM - 2018-10-18 22:56:51

Hopkins County Grand Jury Hands Up 19 Indictments - Ksst Radio

Wayne Ray Campbell indicted for Sex Offenders Duty to Register Life/Annually. Campbell, 28, of Sulphur Springs, failed to register his social media account and had begun to ask the wrong/inappropriate questions regarding a child in conversations on the account. Campbell was seeking someone to care

KSSTRADIO.COM - 2018-10-18 17:36:49

2018 De Queen Mayor's Race: Jeff Brown

Jeff Brown has lived his entire life in the city of De Queen and for more than 11 years, he has worked for the city, the last four as its water superintendent.“It’s my hometown and I love it,” Brown said. “My family goes back for generations and it’s the town I grew up in and love.”This is Brown’s f

DEQUEENBEE.COM - 2018-10-18 15:30:00

City of Hugo borrows $2M, agrees to Jackson Street project -

HUGO –– Hugo city officials tackled big business Tuesday during the regularly scheduled council meeting, including future plans for Jackson Street and 4th Ward.In a four to one vote, members of the council approved a $2,470,000 sales tax revenue note to complete a sewer rehab project in 4th Ward. Th

HUGO DAILY NEWS - 2018-10-19 14:13:49

Sheriff: Deputy shot, killed suspect in triple stabbing in Quinlan late Wednesday

The initial call came in at about 8:35 p.m., according to scanner traffic. A caller told dispatch that the suspect was leaving the scene in his vehicle and gave a description, Meeks said.

GREENVILLE HERALD-BANNER

Sleeping baby bitten more than 30 times by toddler at area daycare

A Miller County, Ark., mother whose 9-month-old baby was bitten more than 30 times by an older child is suing a now-shuttered daycare and its former owner for damages.Texarkana lawyer Matt Keil filed a civil complaint against Nashville, Ark., Alphabet Daycare and former owner Dominique Lofton in Mil

TEXARKANA GAZETTE

Probations revoked due to dogfighting

Jaquavian Jaqwon Johnson, 20, appeared late Tuesday afternoon before Circuit Judge Carlton Jones on motions to revoke three five-year terms of probation Johnson received in October 2017 as part of a plea bargain. One of the terms of probation Johnson received was in connection with pit bulls seized

TEXARKANA GAZETTE

Weyerhaeuser opens new sawmill in Dierks, Arkansas

A $190 million upgrade to a Southwest Arkansas sawmill is now complete.Federal and state leaders visited Dierks, Arkansas for the grand opening.Officials say the new Weyerhaeuser facility not only provides job security, but it's also a boost to the region's economy.

DEQUEENBEE.COM

Two men indicted in highway racing death | Texarkana Today

A Bowie County grand jury formally indicted two men accused of causing a woman’s death while racing sports cars on Richmond Road in Texarkana earlier this year.Kalob Doyle, 26, was allegedly driving a black 2000 Ford Mustang southbound March 20 on Richmond Road when he slammed into a 2003 Toyota Ava

TXKTODAY.COM

TTPD: Suspects wanted for using fake cash

TEXARKANA, TX - Texarkana, Texas Police are looking for three suspects accused of using fake cash.

KTAL

TXKToday.com : Thieves pass counterfeit bills in TEXarkana

TEXarkana police are searching for suspects accused of using counterfeit money at Walmart.According to police, on Sunday, October 7, three people went into the Walmart Supercenter at 4000 New Boston Road and made several hundred dollars in purchases using counterfeit money.

MAGNOLIAREPORTER.COM

Three guilty of drug smuggling attempt

Two of them, Jeffrey Lee Anderson and Jack Elton Willie, have been sentenced, while the third, Kevin Tyler, is awaiting sentencing.

TEXARKANA GAZETTE

Police searching for suspected counterfeiters | Texarkana Today

Texarkana, Texas Police are searching for suspects accused of using counterfeit money at Walmart.According to police on October 7th, these three people went into the Walmart Supercenter at 4000 New Boston Road and made several hundred dollars in purchases using counterfeit money.Police say as they i

TXKTODAY.COM

Breezy and cool Thurdsay, more rain on the way soon.

SHREVEPORT, Louisiana - After a winter start to the week, a legitimate Fall day is on the way as temperatures will return to the 60s in many areas after a chilly start this morning.

KTAL - 2018-10-18 10:02:11

Horsey to be new vet liason

A Red River County native and retired U.S. Navy and Marine Corps nurse has been named Lamar County Veteran Service Officer.After interviewing five candidates during a closed door session Tuesday, Lamar County Commissioners’ Court unanimously voted recently to name Interim Director Melissa Horsey as

PARIS NEWS

Authorities searching for inmate who walked away from Oklahoma correctional center

Rodriguez was serving Tulsa County sentences for possession of stolen vehicle, possession of a sawed-off shotgun/rifle, drug possession, and committing a felony with a firearm that had its serial number removed.

KFOR