Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Dallas Sheriff’s Deputy Tests Negative For Ebola

    Texas health officials report that the Dallas County sheriff’s deputy who showed symptoms of Ebola has tested negative for the disease. Deputy Michael Monnig had gone to the Frisco CareNow clinic Wednesday complaining of illness.…

  • SHSU Homecoming Update

    The big SHSU Homecoming Parade marched through Huntsville last night, and homecoming activities continue through the weekend. Associate Director for Student Activities, Brandon Cooper, updates us . . . .  

  • Amateur Radio Operator and First Responder Drill This Weekend

    Local amateur radio operators and first-responders will be participating in a drill in Walker County this weekend. CERT Coordinator Joe Connell tells us more . . . . Mr. Connell also said they “will be…

  • Sam Houston Memorial Museum’s Megan Buro Updates Fall Demonstrations

    One of the many things the Sam Houston Memorial Museum is known for are their special demonstrations. Museum marketing coordinator Megan Buro updates us on the schedule for this fall . . . .  …

  • Goree Overpass Opened

    TxDOT reports that the Goree Overpass over I-45 is now open.

  • Second Man Taken To Hospital With Possibility Of Ebola

    According to a story on KHOU-TV, Wednesday afternoon paramedics transported a man exhibiting “signs and symptoms of Ebola” from a Frisco CareNow clinic to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. The patient transported was identified…

  • SHSU Homecoming Continues

    Sam Houston State University’s homecoming continues. They had the Sam Jam Carnival yesterday. Associate Director for Student Activities, Brandon Cooper, updates us on today . . . .   Stay tuned. We’ll update you on…

  • City Has New Information Portal

    City IT Director Chris Vasquez informs us that, “The City of Huntsville just put out a new web portal. Basically it’s a document management system . . . .”   Vasquez says it’s also possible…

  • New SHSU Food Pantry Program To Fill Need

    Sam Houston State University’s appetite for serving others is proving voracious this fall as volunteers prepare for the opening a new Food Pantry for SHSU students. The SHSU Food Pantry’s first distribution date is scheduled…

  • Congressman Brady Comments On Tax Issues

    If you’ve been complaining about taxes, you have every right to. Congressman Kevin Brady says, “The United States of America, a country built on free enterprise, is now nation number #32 on the International Tax…