Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Warrant Information From The City Marshal

    City Marshal Kimberly Eikenberg passes along information for individuals with warrants that the Huntsville Municipal Court has expanded the availability of payment plan options to include cases that are in active warrant status. The City…

  • State Fair Of Texas Ahead

    The big State Fair of Texas kicks off this Friday in Dallas and runs through October 18th. Besides all the rides, carnival games, exhibits and great food, the Texas Department of Agriculture Food and Fiber…

  • General Petraeus Testifies About US Middle East Policy

    Tuesday, Retired General and former CIA Director David Petraeus testified before a hearing on U-S policy in regard to the Middle East and combating ISIS in the region. General Petraeus said, “The crises of the…

  • Pope Francis Arrives In U-S Today

    Pope Francis is scheduled to fly in from Cuba to Andrews Air Force base this afternoon Tomorrow he will be welcomed by the president at the White House before being in a parade along the…

  • City Candidate Forum Held By Walker County Republican Women

    Candidates for City offices in Huntsville were allowed an opportunity to talk about the important issues facing the City as well as their vision for Huntsville in a candidate forum sponsored by the Walker County…

  • Education Summit Planned

    All community members, parents, students and staff are invited to help shape the future of HISD schools in an upcoming Education Summit. Topics to be discussed at the meeting include the state of the district…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift two Vehicle Burglaries were investigated–on in the 1600 block of Sycamore and the other in the 2200 block of Avenue I. On Friday’s night shift, a Sexual…

  • Mayor Woodward Explains City Pay Raise

    City employees recently received a 7.5% raise from the City council that may be misunderstood. Mayor Mac Woodward broke the raise down for us in a recent interview. He says, “It’s really not an across…

  • One More HISD Digital Textbook Adoption Meeting Tonight

    At HISD’s board meeting last week, HISD director of communications Shannon Duncan upated everyone on the recent Digital Textbook Adoption Meetings . . . .   One more meeting time is left–tonight at 6 PM…

  • KATS Safety Bash Scheduled This Week

    SHSU Police patrolman Jeff Butterworth informs us that on Wednesday, the 23rd, from 6 PM to 8 PM in the Bower Stadium parking lot the Kats Safety Bash will take place. It gives the community…