Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • D-A David Weeks Comments on Public Defender Agreement

    Recently Walker County Commissioners approved an interlocal agreement between Walker County and Lubbock County for Regional Public Defender cases. We asked Walker County Criminal District Attorney David Weeks to fill us in on what the…

  • No Definite Answers on Issues with Obamacare Website

    A lot of questions remain unanswered regarding the implementation of the website for Obamacare. U-S Republican Congressman from Texas, Dr. Michael C. Burgess, expressed his frustration over website contractors’ answers at an Energy and Commerce…

  • Planetarium Program Scheduled Tonight

    The SHSU physics department will highlight the “color” and “sound” of math–fusing science and art for its planetarium series program “Chaos and Order” tonight. The program will begin at 7 p.m. in the SHSU Planetarium…

  • Four Drug-Related Arrests Resulting from Traffic Stops

    Good police work resulted in four drug-related arrests Tuesday night. Seven-thousand dollars in cash was seized. All the arrests were the result of traffic stops. Sixty-eight-year-old John Maxey was charged with manufacture or delivery of…

  • Former Huntsville Resident Guilty of Child Porn Distribution

    According to U-S Attorney Kenneth Magidson, on Tuesday former Huntsville resident, 20-year-old Reed C. LeBlanc, pled guilty to distribution of child pornography. U-S District Judge Nancy Atlas accepted LeBlanc’s guilty plea and has set his…

  • S&M Oil Company Footing Bill for Road

    At this week’s special session of Walker County Commissioners, Precinct #3 Commissioner Bobby Warren passed along that S&M Oil Company had offered to donate materials and labor to repair and improve Old Staley road off…

  • “Great Muddy Escape” this Weekend

    The “Great Muddy Escape” is coming up Saturday, October 26th, and starts at 9 AM at General Sam’s Offroad Park. HMH Manager of Sports medicine Dustin LeNorman tells us more . . . . GREATMUDDY10-23-13…

  • Family Night Movie Series at Library

    Huntsville Public Library in partnership with Texas Children’s Health Plan is offering a free monthly family night movie.  October will kick off the movie series with a kid-friendly blockbuster Halloween movie today at 5:30.  Stop…

  • Wrong-way Driver Indicted

    Late last week, Jeffrey Martinez from Beaumont was charged on two counts of intoxicated manslaughter with a vehicle for allegedly causing an accident involving three vehicles on I-45 over a year ago. DPS reports that…

  • HMH CEO Shannon Brown on New Heart & Vascular Center

    Huntsville Memorial Hospital opened their new Heart and Vascular Center to the public last night in an Open House. We asked HMH CEO Shannon Brown how the new unit would help the hospital do more…