Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Friday police were dispatched to two reports of theft—one in the 1500 block of 11th Street and the other in the 100 block of I-45 South. On…

  • “heART of Huntsville” Program Ahead

    For those of our listeners who have an interest in art, a special program is coming up that may interest you. One of the student members of the Center for Law, Engagement and Politics, Alex…

  • SHSU Food Pantry Moves to Larger On-Campus Location

    Sam Houston State University’s Food Pantry is moving to a new location on campus, making it more accessible to SHSU students. The SHSU Food Pantry is now located in Academic Building III Room 113B. It…

  • New Waverly Citizens Pass Tax Increase

    Over the weekend, New Waverly voters passed a 13 cent raise in property tax to help increase the salaries of New Waverly Independent School District faculty and staff. In total, 557 votes were cast. The…

  • Bond Election Coming in November

    There’s a bond election coming in November. Huntsville’s City Secretary Lee Woodward tells us that “Information for the November 8th City Bond Election is now available on the City website. Visit huntsvilletx.gov/bond to find a…

  • Library Activities for Kids at the Library this Week

    Huntsville has a great library with several activities planned each week for kids. Children’s Coordinator Rachel McPhail updates us on what’s happening this week . . . .  

  • TxDOT Plans for $70 Billion to Fund Transportation Projects over 10 Years

    The Texas Transportation Commission has approved the 2017 Unified Transportation Program with $70 billion worth of projects to help TxDOT meet the state’s growing transportation demands.  The plan is the largest of its kind in…

  • Professor Mike Yawn Talks about Center for Law, Engagement and Politics

    Many student organizations at SHSU are beginning to get underway with their activities. One of the many great student organizations is the Center for Law, Engagement and Politics—LEAP. The group’s director is Political Science Professor…

  • Congressman Brady Still at Work on Windfall Elimination Provision

    Our 8th District Congressman Kevin Brady reports he’s still at work in regard to the Windfall Elimination Provision . . . .

  • Ultra Endurance Camp Triathletes Meet the Public

    An Ultra-Endurance Pro Camp is still underway at SHSU for professional triathletes and coaches for intense IRONMAN competition training under grueling conditions. Members of the Bearkat and Huntsville communities had a chance to meet these…