LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas’ governor says he’s distressed by reports of people in the state not socially distancing because of the coronavirus. However, Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Monday said the examples of which he heard over the weekend doesn’t give him any regrets about allowing businesses shuttered by the virus to reopen. Hutchinson’s comments come after social media posts over the weekend showed long lines and crowds at some retailers. Arkansas was not under a stay-at-home order but had other restrictions that Hutchinson recently rolled back. Restaurants were allowed to resume offering dine-in service Monday but with new safety rules and capacity limits.
TEXARKANA — The Bowie County emergency operations center reported Thursday they have 11 new cases of COVID-19 they are tracing. Anyone who has tested positive for coronavirus or any healthcare provider that conducts such testing […]
By JAKE BLEIBERG DALLAS (AP) — Leaders in two of Texas’ biggest cities are calling on the governor to empower local governments to order residents to stay home as the state’s continued surge in confirmed […]
TEXARKANA — The Bowie County emergency operations center reported 13 new COVID-19 positive cases on Friday for a total of 353 since the pandemic began. The emergency operations center now has 172 active cases, representing […]