Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Main Street Spring-Clean of the Square Seeking Volunteers

    The Main Street Program will be hosting the 9th Annual Spring-Clean of the Square on Saturday, March 23rd, from 9 AM to 1 PM. Main Street intern and SHSU Political Science Junior Fellow, Jessica Rodriguez,…

  • “Let’s Talk” Event Scheduled this Month

    SHSU Associate Director of Communications Julia May informs us that the university will present “Let’s Talk,” an evening of conversation with experts in their field, on March 21st in the Lowman Student Center ballroom .…

  • Home Invasion Victim Released from Hospital

    The victim of a local home invasion robbery Wednesday afternoon, a Huntsville man, has been released from the hospital. The unidentified man is expected to fully recover. Around 1 PM Wednesday, two men forced their…

  • Sam Houston Birthday Celebration Saturday

    Sam Houston’s birthday celebration kicks off tomorrow in Huntsville. Statue Visitor Center Coordinator Jamie Matthews fills us in . . . . SAMBDAY2-28-13

  • “Trash Bash” Tomorrow

    The Big Trash Bash is coming to Walker County this weekend. Precinct #4 Commissioner Tim Paulsel tells us more . . . . TRASHBASH2-28-13 Try 2 Recycle at 916 15th Street will be accepting aluminum…

  • EMC Butch Davis on New Mobile Command Post

    Our guest on “Around Town” this weekend will be Walker County Emergency Management Coordinator Butch Davis. Butch informed us that March 3rd through the 9th will be National Severe Weather Preparedness Week. Emergency Managment’s new…

  • CASA Superhero Run Saturday

    Tomorrow–CASA of Walker, San Jacinto, and Trinity counties– will have their fundraising run at Bowers Stadium on the SHSU campus. Check-in starts at 7:30 Saturday morning, with the 5K run kicking off at 8:15. Their…

  • Home Invasion Robbery in Huntsville Wednesday

    A home invasion robbery occurred in Huntsville Wednesday afternoon. HPD Lieutenant Jim Barnes has the details . . . . AGGROB2-28-13

  • Beeville Correctional Officers Charged

    Following an investigation of corruption in TDCJ’s Beeville unit, thirteen former TDCJ correctional officers have been charged with racketeering and other crimes for allegedly accepting bribes while at work to smuggle in cell phones, drugs,…

  • Congressman Brady Talks about Friday’s Automatic Spending Cuts

    We talked with Congressman Kevin Brady this week. He said, “The big issues are the automatic spending cuts that occur on Friday . . . .” BRADSPEND2-27-13