Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Reporter Questions State Department Official on Cybersecurity

    At Tuesday afternoon’s State Department Briefing in Washington a reporter asked, “Do you have any response to reports that in 2013 Iran hacked into the controls of the dam outside of New York City, and…

  • Woman Kills One and Injures Others in Drive down Las Vegas Strip Sidewalk

    At least one person lost their life and three dozen received injuries when 24-year-old Lakeisha Holloway from Oregon apparently intentionally drove her car onto a crowded sidewalk on the Las Vegas Strip Sunday. Her three-year-old…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the night shift Friday one vehicle struck a home and fled the scene in the 200 block of FM 980. On Saturday’s day shift, a known suspect injured a family…

  • HISD Chooses Architect Firm

    At their most recent session last week, HISD Superintendent Dr. Howell Wright explained how the Board of Trustees chose the architectural firm to work on their projects . . . .   Dr. Wright said…

  • i-WATCH Reports to DPS

    The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding Texans to remain vigilant with respect to potential crime and terrorist activity in their communities and to report suspicious behaviors to the department’s iWATCH website at…

  • More on B-52 Flyover Flap

    Recently, Beijing accused the U-S of “a serious military provocation” when two of our B-52 bombers flew over a Chinese-controlled man made island in the South China Sea. A Pentagon spokesman, Mark Wright, has said…

  • Las Vegas Sidewalk Incident

    Sunday night in Las Vegas a woman drove her car onto a sidewalk crowded with people, several times, taking the life of at least one person and injuring several others–six critically. Police believe her actions…

  • Miss Universe Pageant Snafu

    The host of the Miss Universe pageant in Las Vegas, Steve Harvey, messed up at the end of the contest last night–he announced the wrong winner. After saying Miss USA Olivia Jordan was the third…

  • Omnibus Appropriations Act

    The U-S Senate approved a $1.1 trillion funding bill that will fund the operation of the federal government until September 30th of next year. It includes nearly $700 billion in tax breaks. The Senate passed…

  • Christmas Tree Fire Safety

    We’ve been talking about holiday fire safety in your home this past week. There does exist a potential hazard right now in homes across the country–Christmas trees. In regard to Christmas trees, New Waverly Volunteer…