Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift last Friday a burglary was investigated in the 1300 block of Mesquite. On Friday’s night shift, in a case of criminal mischief in the 1100 block of…

  • SHSU’s LEMIT Trains Peer Counselors

    Sam Houston State University continues to move forward in working to improve the many aspects of law enforcement. Criminal Justice Public Relations Officer Beth Kuhles fills us in . . . . PEERCOUN3-11-13  

  • HMH Emergency and Imaging Center Open in Madisonville

    Huntsville Memorial Hospital is excited to announce that the doors for their new Emergency and Imaging Center in Madisonville are officially open. The Madisonville Emergency Center will be open 365 days a year, 24 hours…

  • Red Flag Warning in Effect at Noon

    The National Weather Service says there will be low humidities and breezy northwest winds this afternoon leading to elevated critical fire weather conditions.  Winds will relax this evening ending the fire danger. A Red Flag…

  • Commissioners’ Court Meets

    Walker County Commissioners will get together for a regular session this morning at nine at the Courthouse. This morning’s “Consent Agenda” includes the approval of donating used bulletproof vests to the San Jacinto County Sheriff’s…

  • Sam Houston Statue Visitor Center Millionth Visitor Campaign Continues

    The “Millionth Visitor Campaign” is still moving forward out at the Sam Houston Statue Visitor Center. During Spring Break, they’re adding some fun activities to draw the crowds in and help reach that millionth person.…

  • Councilmember Don Johnson on Economic Development

    Huntsville Position #3 Councilmember and Mayor Pro Tem Don Johnson was our guest on “Around Town” this Sunday. We talked with him about several issues the Council is focusing on . . . . JOHNSECO3-8-13…

  • Sam Houston Tea Party C-Scope Program Tonight

    The Sam Houston Tea Party is having a special program tonight. Tea Party spokesperson Linda Thompson fills us in . . . . TEACSCOPE3-8-13

  • “Trade Expo” & “Taste of Huntsville” Held at Fairgrounds Thursday

    The “Trade Expo” and “Taste of Huntsville” was held at the fairgrounds last night. We talked with Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce Events & Communications Manager Laura Green during the event . . . .…

  • Galveston Man & Others Arrested After Chase Down Old Houston Road

    Wednesday night, 23-year-old Michael Briock of Galveston was charged with evading arrest with a vehicle and criminal mischief following a dead-end chase down Old Houston Road. During a traffic stop, Briock took-off down the street…