The Texarkana Texas Police Department arrested Bradley Riddle and charged him with Unlawfully Carrying a Weapon, Deadly Conduct, and DWI-2nd after an alleged road rage incident in which Riddle fired a pistol from his vehicle.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has issued orders to re-close bars in the state and roll back capacity inside restaurants as positive cases of COVID 19 surge across the state. Thursday the Governor “paused” phased reopening of businesses in the state, but this goes a bit further.
Texarkana Arkansas Police report the arrest of the alleged triggerman in the Magnuson Hotel shooting incident Tuesday morning in Texarkana Texas. Michael Wilkerson, 31, was subdued after SWAT officers used a JPX pepper gun to get the suspect to comply.
The number of positive cases continues to rise in counties surrounding Texarkana. Miller County reports a total of 97 positive cases, 79 recoveries, and 2 deaths. Cass County reports 36 cases with 32 recoveries and two deaths. While Bowie County reports 242 positive COVID-19 cases, with 119 recoveries and 16 related deaths.
Independence Day, the 4th of July, a celebration of American freedoms, and a big part of that have always been fireworks. There are usually a few great shows around our area, and we wanted to list a bunch of them together in one place.
Area numbers of positive COVID 19 cases continue to rise. Miller County reports 92 total positive cases, 74 recoveries, and 2 deaths. Bowie County reports a total of 236 positive COVID-19 cases, with 119 recoveries and 16 related deaths. Cass County has a total of 35 cases with 31 recoveries and two deaths.
The Mustang Syndicate US is hosting the “22 Mile Cruise & Car Show” this Saturday, June 27 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at Texarkana Harley Davidson on Walton Drive. Live entertainment, food, and more for a great cause.
Numbers continue to rise in the Texarkana area, as expected with more testing being made available. However, though the number of positive cases continues to rise, so do recoveries, but unfortunately also the deaths. Today, Miller County Judge Cathy Harrison ordered the closure of the Miller County Courthouse for the second time after two employees tested positive.