Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Oral History Event Tonight at Walker Education Center

    Next year will mark the 50th anniversary of racial integration in Huntsville, which was accomplished after a sit-in at the famous Café Raven on the Courthouse Square. Local libraries contain no oral history archives of…

  • Texas Monthly Editor to Speak at SHSU

    An executive editor of  a well-known Texas magazine will be in town to speak. Marketing coordinator for SHSU’s College of Fine Arts and Mass Communication, Emily Binetti, has the information . . . . TEXMONTH4-23-14

  • Congressman Brady Comments on a Republican Senate

    Several pundits now predict a good chance for Republicans taking the U-S Senate in the upcoming election. We talked with Congressman Kevin Brady and asked him if he thought that could happen . . .…

  • Abbey Zink Named Dean of College of Arts & Sciences

    Abbey Zink, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and professor of English at Texas A&M University-Kingsville, has been appointed the dean of Sam Houston State University’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Zink…

  • Relay for Life Coming Up

    Relay for Life in Huntsville is coming up May 2nd. This Saturday at 6 PM the Cancer Survivor/Caregiver dinner will be held at Northside Baptist Church on FM 980. Relay for Life, a fundraiser for…

  • Injured Baby in Critical but Stable Condition

    Tuesday, that 2-month-old baby who was found unreponsive at a residence on Elks Drive in Huntsville last week was reported to be in stable but critical condition. The child is under treatment in the pediatric…

  • UT Study Recommends Air Conditioning for TDCJ Units

    A new study by the UT Law School’s Human Rights Clinic recommends that TDCJ should air condition all of their state-run prisons because environmental conditions during the summer subjects inmates and correctional officers to unhealthy…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift last Thursday a known person violated a protective order in the 1700 block of Green Briar. A vehicle burglary was investigated in the 2000 block of Sam…

  • Health Fair To Target Huntsville, TWC Students

    Bearkats in Huntsville and The Woodlands can learn about getting healthy in a variety of ways during the Student Health Fair today and April 30th. The event, sponsored by the SHSU Student Health Center, will…

  • Congressman Kevin Brady Comments on the Economy

    Has the economy reached the tipping point? Congressman Kevin Brady says, “There are roughly 86 million Americans who work full time in the private sector–that means along ‘Main Street.’ The number climbs to slightly over…