Listen to the local stories by KTXK News Director and Reporter Sabrina McCormick that are featured during Morning Edition, Public Radio News Hour, and All Things Considered.

 

Story 1 - Texas Land Commissioner, George P. Bush, toured Texarkana College on Monday, June 25.

 

 

Story 2 - Texarkana College celebrated one of its own on Wednesday, June 19. William Blackwell was one of two African-American students receiving a certificate in welding in 1977. The pair, which included the late William Thurston, were the first African-Americans to achieve the certificate.

 

 

Story 3 - Texarkana and Fouke, Arkansas celebrated a local legend recently. The Legend Of Boggy Creek was released in 1972 and a digitally remastered version premiered at the Perot Theater on Friday, June 14. The Annual Fouke Monster Festival was held on Saturday, June 15. This is the first in a two-part series.

 

 

Story 4 - Here is the second part in a two-part series on the remastered version of The Legend Of Boggy Creek and the festival held in Fouke, Arkansas.

 

 

Story 5 - The Texarkana Beekeepers Association urges residents to help maintain the local bee population.

 

 

Story 6 - A local author's book has been optioned for a movie. Matt Coleman's book, Juggling Kittens, has some interesting twists and turns as the protagonist attempts to find out what happened to a couple of students who go missing.

 

 

Story 7 - Here is the second in a two-part interview with author Matt Coleman.

 

 

 

Listen to the local stories and movie reviews by KTXK Announcer and Reporter Junius Stone that are featured during Morning Edition, Public Radio News Hour, and All Things Considered.

 

Movie Review - Star Wars: The Force Awakens

 

 

Movie Review - Spectre

 

 

Movie Review - The Martian

 

 

Story 1 - 2015 Ark-La-Tex Comic Con

 

 

Movie Review - Ant-Man

 

 

Movie Review - Jurassic World

 

 

Movie Review - Avengers: Age Of Ultron