Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Update on SHSU Closings

    SHSU reports that the main campus and The Woodlands Center are closed through Labor Day and classes will resume Tuesday, September 5th.

  • Evacuation Ordered in Area off Thomas Lake Road

    Precinct #3 Commissioner Bill Daugette has informed us that because of predicted high water an evacuation has been ordered in an area off Thomas Lake Road . . . .

  • Curfew Tonight in Walker County

    Walker County Judge Danny Pierce has ordered a curfew for all areas of Walker County from 10 tonight until 6 AM Tuesday.  All individuals should remain in or on personal property, avoid traveling on any…

  • Water Rescues: New Waverly VFD

    New Waverly Firefighters have been making preparations for water related emergencies ever since Harvey came ashore near Rockport as a Category 4 hurricane. While Harvey has been downgraded to a tropical storm, torrential rains have…

  • Closures

    School and Road  Closures are available above on this website.

  • National Weather Service Update-Flash Flood Warning

    The National Weather Service in League City has extended the Flash Flood Warning for Grimes, Montgomery, San Jacinto, Polk and Walker County until 12:45 PM today.

  • Walker County Emergency Management Coordinator Update

    The rains just keep on coming.  We talked with Walker County Emergency Management Coordinator Butch Davis this morning . . . .

  • Solid Waste Update

    The City of Huntsville Solid Waste Department is running both commercial and residential routes today and tomorrow (Monday and Tuesday, August 28 and 29, 2017). They will get everything that they are capable of getting…

  • Huntsville Hornet’s Nest-8/23/2017

    Here is this week’s Hornet’s Nest from Huntsville ISD.  Heard on 101.7 KSAM, Wednesday afternoons at 3:20 pm. Sponsored by Wiesner of Huntsville

  • National Weather Service Hurricane Harvey Update 7:25 AM

    Harvey has continued to strengthen this morning to a high-end category 2 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 110 mph. Harvey is forecast to continue strengthening and will most likely become a major hurricane today…