Jamey Boyum

KLTV 7 Reporter

Jamey Boyum is a longtime multi-media journalist for KLTV 7. He has worked for KLTV for more than 20 years.

Recent Articles by Jamey

Pine Tree ISD considers proposal to give qualified teachers access to firearms on campus

WEBXTRA: Gregg County Sheriff’s Office, game warden respond to abandoned freezer near Sabine River

‘Isolation kills, too!’ signs posted in Gregg Co. to raise awareness of nursing home loneliness

Gregg County to hold jury selection at Maude Cobb to ensure social distancing

Confederate statue to remain at Harrison County Historic Courthouse

COVID-19 antibody screening could lead to life-saving plasma donations

Gregg County officials discuss ‘asymptomatic carriers’ of COVID-19

Firefighters escape after roof collapses during house fire in Upshur County

Search for missing Panola County woman to resume Saturday

Marion County launches C.L.E.A.N Initiative as businesses reopen

WEBXTRA: East Texas firefighters rescue teenage girl from Wood County well

WEBXTRA: Upshur County man works to clear storm debris from neighborhood roads

Man talks about property damage from Easter storms that hit Upshur County

More details released about Hallsville counterfeiting arrest

Affidavit reveals how inmate Jace Laws escaped Gregg County Jail, evaded capture for days

Hair stylist dedicates time and talent to honor fallen officer

Gregg County justice of the peace offers free gun locks to anyone in need

2 people killed in Thanksgiving house fire in Wood County

Officers working Longview wreck arrest woman with several outstanding warrants

Loud boom near Gladewater linked to natural gas, not hydrogen sulfide

WEBXTRA: Upshur County man describes boom that shook his house Sunday afternoon

WEBXTRA: SWEPCO deploys crews, equipment to aid recovery efforts after Hurricane Dorian

Man who escaped Rwandan genocide promotes Operation Christmas Child at Longview church

Mobile library takes summer reading on the road in Longview

Pilot talks about emergency landing on Kilgore highway

Brushy Creek area of Lake O’ the Pines still closed year after deadly storm

WEBXTRA: Chopper 7 flies over storm damage in Cherokee County