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Man accused of 2017 robbery spree facing federal indictment

A man accused of robbing multiple businesses in both Texarkanas in 2017 is facing a federal indictment in addition to a number of state charges. Troy Lee Ware, 66, is named in an 8-count indictment...

Woman shot and killed after standoff with police

New Boston, Texas | Police shot and killed a woman after a 2 plus hour standoff late Thursday night into early Friday morning. Police shot and killed Elizabeth Harris, 58, of New Boston after she...

Texarkana Physician Agrees to Pay $118,000 to Settle Medicare Billing Fraud Allegations

TEXARKANA, Texas – A Texarkana, Texas, physician has agreed to pay $118,000 to settle allegations of improper billing practices for his Medicare patients at his three clinics, announced U.S. Attorney Joseph D. Brown today. ...

Road Runner presents Liberty-Eylau with spirit pump proceeds

As part of its ongoing spirit pump initiative, Road Runner presented Liberty-Eylau High School with a $1,546.48 check on Thursday, May 16. "We appreciate Road Runner's commitment to investing in the school and...

Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar Coming to Texarkana

Walk-On's Bistreaux & Bar will soon begin building a location in Texarkana, Texas. According to sources the restaurant will be built near Silver Star Smokehouse on W. Park Blvd. Walk-On’s Bistreaux and Bar is described as...

U of A Hope-Texarkana announces Outstanding Alum of the Year

Since the year 2000, the University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana (UAHT) has honored an annual outstanding alumnus. This individual is someone who renders special and outstanding service to the College, brings distinction to the College, and/or brings...

Fouke man accused of raping woman he was convicted of molesting decades ago

A Fouke, Ark., man is facing charges of rape involving a mentally disabled woman he was convicted of molesting in 1994. Wallace Johnson, 47, is accused of two counts of rape and one count of...

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