Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • New York Doctor Tests Positive For Ebola

    In New York City an emergency room doctor, who recently came back to the U-S from West Africa where he treated Ebola patients, has tested positive for the Ebola virus. Doctors Without Borders physician Craig…

  • Hatchet Attack On New York City Officers

    Mid-day Thursday in the Queens borough of New York City a man attacked NYPD officers with a hatchet. In response, officers killed the attacker who has been identified as 32-year-old Zale Thompson. The man had…

  • Texas National Guard Weekend Events

    Company Commander for Able Company 1st Battallion Airborne Captain Jason Cordaway of the Texas Army National Guard tells us his unit will be occupying the armory on Sam Houston Avenue. Captain Cordaway informs us that…

  • Early Voting Update

    County Election Officer Diana McRae informs us that early voting is off to a great start with over 1,500 voters showing up at the Annex in the first three days. Her office wants to encourage…

  • Sam Houston Statue Celebration

    City of Huntsville Director of Tourism and Cultural Services Kimm Thomas tells us their going to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Sam Houston Statue this weekend . . . .  

  • Two Events For Kids Tomorrow

    There are a couple of great events scheduled in Huntsville tomorrow for the kids to go to. Main Street Coordinator Lindsay Lauher fills us in on what happens in the daytime . . . .…

  • Great Muddy Escape Saturday

    Don’t forget the Great Muddy Escape happens tomorrow at General Sam’s Offroad Park. Race day registration begins at 7 AM and closes at 8:30 AM. Race day registration is $70 for 5K, $50 for 2…

  • SHSU Student May Possibly Have Case of Viral Meningitis

    KBTX News reports that officials at SHSU have recently learned of a possible case of viral meningitis. The university student, who resides off campus, is under treatment. The CDC says viral meningitis is not as…

  • Update On Canadian Parliament Building Shooter

    Fox news reports the shooter in the in the Canadian Parliament building incident has been identified as 32-year-old Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, a convert to Islam. After shooting and killing a guard at Canada’s National War Memorial,…

  • City Manager Comments On Future General Obligation Debt Opportunity

    Among the many new pieces of good news passed along at this week’s “State of the City” presentation, City Manager Matt Benoit talked about future opportunities in regard to general obligation debt . . .…