Articles Posted in 2018

  • 7.9 Earthquake off Alaska’s Southern Coast Overnight

    A 7.9 magnitude earthquake occurred at Alaska’s Kodiak Island early this morning, resulting in a tsunami warning for a large swath of coastal Alaska and Canada’s British Columbia. It was later changed to an advisory.…

  • Meet & Greet for New Huntsville ISD Superintendent

    Monday afternoon, a big crowd of local citizens, teachers and staff lined up to meet Huntsville ISD’s new superintendent Dr. Scott Sheppard and his wife Donna at the Hawkins Administration Building. We asked him what…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift last Friday a vehicle was reported stolen in the 200 block of State Highway 75 North. An unknown suspect used another person’s identifying information to make purchases…

  • HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS

    TUESDAY 01/23/18 – 1st PLACE UP FOR GRABS

    IN LOCAL BASKETBALL TODAY, THERE’S A BIG SHOWDOWN SCHEDULED FOR PAUL BOHAN HORNET GYM WHERE THE HUNTSVILLE HORNETS & THE MAGNOLIA BULLDOGS WILL MEET IN A FIGHT FOR 1ST PLACE IN THE DISTRICT 20-5A BOYS…

  • Fire Destroys Kitchen at Local Restaurant

    The Huntsville Item reports that Monday morning they were dispatched to the Kioku Asian Bistro in the Ravenwood Shopping Center on I-45 to extinguish a kitchen fire. Firefighters were successful in limiting the fire to…

  • Press Secretary Sanders Comments on End of Government Shutdown

    At the White House press briefing Monday, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders commented in regard to the end of the government shutdown . . . .

  • Councilmember Olson on Bond Projects

    Our “Around Town” guest over the weekend was City of Huntsville Mayor Pro Tem & Position #4 At-Large Councilmember Keith Olson. Among other things, we asked him about how things were going on the realization…

  • Special Prosecution Office Saves Money on Service

    Monday morning, Laura Yosko from the Special Prosecution Unit filled commissioners in on how their department will be saving money on a service . . . .   Commissioners approved the subscription request.

  • County Auditor Comments on Disaster Reimbursement

    In Commissioners’ Court Monday, County Auditor Patricia Allen clarified a reimbursement question regarding the Road and Bridge Department of the County. The Judge asked County Auditor Patricia Allen, “Do they get any reimbursement from FEMA…

  • The Government Shutdown Has Ended

    Early this afternoon, the Democratic filibuster in the Senate was broken, and the Senate voted 81 to 18 on a spending bill that will allow congress to approve the stopgap measure and bring to a…