Articles Posted in 2013

  • SHSU Police Chief Morris Comments on Property Crimes

    We talked with SHSU Police Chief Kevin Morris on “Around Town” this past weekend. Chief Morris said they don’t have a lot of crime on campus, but usually what happens is personal property winds up…

  • HISD New Student Registration in August

    HISD New Student Registration for all grades and campuses will be held on Wednesday, August 7th, from 10 AM to 4 PM and on Thursday, August 8th, from 10 AM to 7 PM. This 2-day…

  • Senator Ted Cruz on Defunding Obamacare

    During the five-week U-S Senate recess, Texas Senator Ted Cruz will speak at a series of town hall meetings across America to try to increase support to defund Obamacare. Senator Cruz talked to several House…

  • SPORTS SHORTS

    FRIDAY SPORTS SHORTS 08/02/13

    YES, IT’S AUGUST – AND THAT MEANS FOOTBALL IS DRAWING CLOSER EACH DAY. IN FACT, THE SHSU BEARKATS OPEN THEIR PRE-SEASON CAMP THIS WEEKEND WITH PLAYERS REPORTING SUNDAY AND WORKOUTS SCHEDULED TO GET UNDERWAY ON…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news on the day shift Wednesday, at the intersection of State Highway 19 and Old Colony Road a vehicle struck a horse–the driver wasn’t injured. In an accident at I-45 South and…

  • Veteran Eddie Gray Walks America

    Marine Corps veteran Eddie Gray will be coming through Huntsville Saturday as he Walks America. He’s been walking for the past five years, starting in Ashland, Montana. We talked to him by phone Thursday, and…

  • TDCJ Running Out of Pentobarbital

    TDCJ says it will run out of pentobarbital, the drug used in lethal injections to carry out Texas’ death penalty, next month. TDCJ Public Information Officer Jason Clark says alternative drugs and sources are being…

  • SHSU Parking Permits Available

    You can get your parking permits for SHSU fall and spring semesters now. We talked with SHSU Police Chief Kevin Morris . . . . SHSUPARK7-31-13 Chief Morris will be our guest on “Around Town”…

  • House, Ways, & Means Hearing Held Thursday on Upcoming Health Care Exchanges

    On October 1, 2013, open enrollment is scheduled to begin in 51 new health care Exchanges. While the majority of Americans will continue to obtain qualified coverage through an employer, others will seek coverage through…

  • Law Enforcement Seeking Assistance from Public on Double Murder

    The homicides of 18-month old Aiyden Lewis and his grandmother, 55-year-old Shanta Crawford, Wednesday, July 24th, continue to be investigated by law enforcement. Members of the Huntsville and Dallas communities may have information to assist…