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

Woman arrested for firing a gun during a repo

  Longview parks still open; social distancing just as important outdoors

  Longview officials reiterate need for social distancing after more COVID-19 cases confirmed

  East Texas mother talks homeschooling, adapting to new routine

  ETBU leaders: University was proactive in preparing for full online instruction

Crews cleaning up oil spill in Longview creek

  Longview funeral home launches grocery service for senior citizens

  Neal McCoy remembers Joe Diffie as one of the greatest in country music

  Quaran-tunes: Camp County musicians play in driveway to entertain during social distancing

  Longview salon owner talks about impact of shelter-in-place order

  Kilgore resident organizes ‘bear hunt’ to ease boredom

  City of Longview modifies public access to city offices in response to COVID-19

  Longview teacher talks about making learning work from home

  East Texans talk about practicing social distancing

  Gregg County clerk: Make appointment for marriage license, other documents

  Gregg County commissioners extend emergency declaration in response to COVID-19

  WEBXTRA: City of Longview modifies access to city facilities to help stop spread of COVID-19

  Some store shelves may be empty, but supplies are trucking in

  WEBXTRA: Jamey Boyum catches up with a woman buying groceries for family of seven

  Longview fire marshal discusses supply of protective equipment for EMS

Teach kids the importance of hand washing the fun way

  Zonta Club of Greater East Texas hosts annual antique show

  City of Longview displays calaboose for upcoming sesquicentennial celebration

Kilgore man charged with capital murder in 2019 double homicide

  Hainesville VFD showcases new fire truck designed to save buildings from wildfires

  WEBXTRA: Longview police working 2-vehicle wreck on Highway 31 near loop

  Kilgore College hosts annual East Texas Science Fair

  Volunteers get to work at site of Longview ministry fire

  City of Longview, LEDCO team up to present Big Techs event

Roads are bumpy, but Mrs. Lee’s Daffodil Garden is open