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Lori Dunn (Reporter)

Phone: (870) 330-7642
E-mail: ldunn@texarkanagazette.com
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Lori Dunn has been a reporter at the Texarkana Gazette since 1996, which seems impossible, because there is no way she can be that old. As a child, Lori loved to interview people for a made-up talk show and write stories for a made-up magazine. Journalism became a reality for her in the 1990's when she signed up for journalism classes at Texarkana College. During her time at the Gazette, she has covered the police beat and breaking news, has been coordinator of Active Age Magazine since 2007 and is also a general assignment reporter. Lori is a native of De Queen, Ark. She has a bachelor's degree in English from East Texas State University-Texarkana. She loves to read and retreat to the woods on weekends with her animals.

Police: Man dropped off unconscious at shelter appears to have died of natural causes

Published Mar. 15 2019

No foul play is suspected in the death of a man found unconscious at Randy Sams' Outreach Shelter in early...

Probe continues in '18 slaying of elderly man

Published Mar. 11 2019

Authorities looking for answers in the 2018 slaying of an elderly Miller County man say another piece of evidence has...

County hopes to boost emergency radio signals soon

Published Mar. 4 2019

Dead zones for emergency radio traffic soon may be a thing of the past in western Bowie County.

Police searching for man who allegedly stabbed wife in stomach

Published Mar. 1 2019

Texarkana, Texas, Police have a felony warrant for Rodney Sherrer.

Five accused of aggravated robbery, more

Published Feb. 23 2019

Five men have been arrested in Texarkana, Texas on charges of aggravated robbery and engaging in organized criminal activity.

Arkansas-side police investigates mail theft

Published Feb. 22 2019

The Texarkana, Ark., Police Department is seeking information from the public in a mail theft case.

De Queen mayor announces agreement on hospital sale

Published Feb. 20 2019

Mayor Jeff Brown announced at Tuesday's City Council meeting there is an agreement between Jorge Perez, owner of the De...

'What is a world without stories?'

Published Feb. 16 2019

Two actors with the Bright Star Touring Theatre Company drew laughter from children in Texarkana Friday as they entertained and...

Killer of officer dies in prison

Published Feb. 13 2019

John Lohbauer, the man convicted of killing Texarkana, Ark., Police Officer Ed Worrell in 1977, has died in prison.

Power restored to hospital in DeQueen after being shut off for nonpayment

Published Feb. 13 2019

DE QUEEN, Ark.—Power has been reconnected at the De Queen Hospital, according to a SWEPCO spokesman.

Funeral director to retire after 41 years

Published Feb. 10 2019

As a funeral director, Eddie Hawkins has helped navigate thousands of grieving families through the dark days following a loss.

Arkansas side's first Habitat home is complete; family ready to move in

Published Feb. 9 2019

Courtney Blair is ready to move in her new home and start unpacking.

Soil tests conducted at the Grim

Published Jan. 24 2019

An environmental company from Virginia was in Texarkana to conduct soil tests Wednesday at the Hotel Grim.

Injured state trooper gets transferred to Houston

Published Jan. 24 2019

Arkansas State Police Trooper Clayton McWilliams has been transferred to TIRR Memorial Hermann Rehab and Research Hospital in Houston.

Arkansas-side police receive accreditation from state group

Published Jan. 23 2019

The Texarkana Ark., Police Department received its accreditation from a state police organization at Tuesday's city Board of Directors meeting.

Branching out

Published Jan. 20 2019

Farmers Bank & Trust is moving to a new location in the former Midsouth Bank on Richmond Road.

Severe storms possible in advance of arctic cold front coming to region

Published Jan. 18 2019

A few severe storms are possible today in advance of a strong arctic cold front approaching the region.

Wedding professionals know how to get the details right

Published Jan. 17 2019

A lot of details go into planning a wedding and reception. From flowers to items like tables and chairs, there's...

Facebook post leads to felony arrest for TTPD

Published Jan. 15 2019

A man accused of dragging another man for 10 blocks down State Line Avenue last month was quickly arrested after...

Fundraiser for trooper moving to larger venue

Published Jan. 9 2019

Saturday's fundraiser for Arkansas State Police Cpl. Clayton McWilliams' medical expenses is receiving such overwhelming interest, organizers are moving it...