Articles Posted in 2014

  • Tornado Watch This Morning

    A “Tornado Watch” is in effect for Walker, Trinity, Madison, and San Jacinto counties until 11 this morning.

  • First Person Infected With Ebola On American Soil In Isolation In Dallas

    The Dallas Morning News reports the first person infected with Ebola “on American soil” is a Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital nurse in Dallas. Officials report she had extensive contact with Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan…

  • HPD Detective Marvin Hyvl Honored By Crime Stoppers Organization

    HPD Detective Marvin Hyvl, who is in his 35th year with the Huntsville Police Department and in Crime Stoppers for many years, was named Crime Stopper Coordinator of the Year from among all the coordinators…

  • Gambling Operation Busted In Huntsville

    A gambling operation was busted in Huntsville this past week at the Exxon station on the corner of Avenue M and 11th Street. We talked with Walker County Sheriff’s Department Operations Bureau Captain Tim Whitecotton…

  • Library Special Event For Kids

    There’s a special event for the kids this afternoon at the Huntsville Public Library. Children’s Coordinator Janelle Valera updates us . . . .            

  • Speaker For Archeology Month To be Featured At Sam Houston Memorial Museum

    It’s Archeology Month and, in celebration, Sam Houston Memorial Museum will feature a special speaker this week. Collections registrar Sandy Rogers tells us all about it . . . .      

  • Texas Voter ID Law Struck Down

    Only weeks before the upcoming elections, a Corpus Christi federal judge has struck down the Texas Voter ID law requiring photo identification saying that it discriminated against minority voters. Federal District Court Judge Nelva Gonzales…

  • Dallas Sheriff’s Deputy Tests Negative For Ebola

    Texas health officials report that the Dallas County sheriff’s deputy who showed symptoms of Ebola has tested negative for the disease. Deputy Michael Monnig had gone to the Frisco CareNow clinic Wednesday complaining of illness.…

  • SHSU Homecoming Update

    The big SHSU Homecoming Parade marched through Huntsville last night, and homecoming activities continue through the weekend. Associate Director for Student Activities, Brandon Cooper, updates us . . . .  

  • Amateur Radio Operator and First Responder Drill This Weekend

    Local amateur radio operators and first-responders will be participating in a drill in Walker County this weekend. CERT Coordinator Joe Connell tells us more . . . . Mr. Connell also said they “will be…