With more and more of us working off-site, the popularity of using apps like Zoom for meetings is soaring, but if you’re sick of seeing the same old faces from work on your video
Confirmed Coronavirus cases in the Texarkana area stands at 109 in Bowie, Miller, and Cass counties.
Llama Friday: Stained Glass Llamas is this Friday, April 17th, 2:00 PM, live from the Discovery Place Interactive Museum, 215 Pine…
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.
United Methodist Church has announced two more free meal pick-ups within Little River County for next week.
Have you been having some strange, weird, more unusual than usual dreams and nightmares, since we’ve been staying in and staying home? Well, you aren’t alone.
The Texarkana Urban Transit District will be recieving a 3.3 million dollar grant to help battle the spread of COVID-19.
Being forced to stay home has a lot of us reverting to some old-fashioned traditions, like baking bread, jigsaw puzzles and phone calls… lots and lots of phone calls.
The coronavirus continues to infect more employees and inmates at the Barry Telford Unit in New Boston.
The number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 has increased by nine in Bowie County since Tuesday.