Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Tragic Accidents Claims The Lives of 4

    Huntsville Police investigated a tragic two vehicle accident Saturday evening around 8:45 pm that took the life of four people, including three young children.  The crash occurred in the 200 block of State Highway 19.…

  • Beauty and Talent at Fair’s Opening Weekend

    The Walker County Fair wrapped up the opening weekend of the fair with smaller crowds due to the cold temperatures, but those who attended were treated to lots of talent and beauty. Morgan Newman, a…

  • PRCA Rodeo Begins

    The PRCA Rodeo is back in town tonight and tomorrow at the fairgrounds at 7:30 each night. Rodeo Announcer Mike Mathis tells us more . . . .

  • Walker County Fair Underway

    The Walker County Fair is underway. Chair of Special Events, Steve Fox, updates us . . . .

  • Electronics Recycling Day Tomorrow

    You’ve got another chance coming up to get rid of some that junk around the house. City Public Works Director Esther Herklotz tells us more . . . .      

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Wednesday two vehicle burglaries were investigated–both in the 3300 block of Old Houston Road. There was a report of an assault in the 2600 block of Milam…

  • Wayfinding Signs for the City Ahead

    The City’s Neighborhood Resource Director, Dr. Sherry McKibben, tells us, they “have been working with a group of citizens and staff to complete a wayfinding project” . . . .   Dr. McKibben will be…

  • HPD Seeking Information on Recent Shooting Incident

    During the early morning hours of Wednesday, March 30th, two City of Huntsville Police Department officers were working traffic on Highway 19, just north of the Highway 30 overpass. The officers heard several shots fired…

  • Parade Tonight

    Don’t forget the Walker County Fair & Rodeo parade is scheduled for tonight in Huntsville beginning at seven.

  • Professor Mike Yawn on Upcoming Glen Frankel Presentation

    SHSU’s Center for Law, Engagement and Politics is bringing in a well-known author and journalist to Huntsville tomorrow. Political Science professor Mike Yawn tells us all about it . . . .