Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • SHSU SGA Spokesperson Comments On Future Meeting About Bullet Train

    SHSU Student Government Association spokesperson Tyler Livezy informed Huntsville City Councilmembers at their regular meeting this week in regard to a planned meeting about new proposed rail service in Texas . . . . SGA-TRAIN9-18-14…

  • Woman Executed Wednesday At Huntsville Unit

    Thirty-eight-year-old Lisa Coleman was executed by lethal injection at the Huntsville Unit last night for the starvation and torture death of the young son of her girlfriend. In July 2004, 9-year-old Davontae Williams was found…

  • HISD Board Meets Tonight

    The HISD Board of Trustees will hold their regular board meeting at the Hawkins Administration Building tonight at six. The Board will recognize the employee and educator of the month, and John Fortner. Among items…

  • Mind Ecology Tourist Assessment Presented To Council

    Tuesday evening, Huntsville City Councilmembers heard from Darren Drewit from the data research firm Mind Ecology who did an assessment for the City for our tourism effort . . . .   The three types…

  • A Look At Texas Cattle

    Texas Ag Commissioner Todd Staples says we have nearly 11 million head of cattle in Texas–the largest cattle herd in the nation. Staples says Santa Gertrudis is a Texas original, and so is a favorite…

  • Congressman Brady Comments On Recent Poll Of Americans

    How do Americans say our country is doing right now? Congressman Kevin Brady reports . . . . BRADPOLL9-17-14

  • City Council Approves Budget & Tax Rate

    Tuesday night, the Huntsville City Council approved a $62 million budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year and approved a tax rate of 41.06 cents per $100 of evaluation. This drops the tax rate by a…

  • “MDA Lock-up” Today

    A special fundraising event will be underway in Huntsville today. Muscular Dystrophy Association spokesperson Maddie Hartsfield tells us more . . . .  

  • “Constitution Day” At SHSU

    The nine justices of the U.S. Supreme Court have made a case for themselves as one of the most controversial courts in recent history, issuing decisions that have shocked and led to blistering dissent, even…

  • Election Identification Certificates Available

    The Texas Department of Public Safety is reminding Texans in advance of the upcoming November election that Election Identification Certificates (EIC) are available year-round at all Texas driver license offices for individuals in need of…