Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Congressman Brady on Ending “Death Tax”

    When Congressman Brady was in Huntsville recently explaining the new blueprint for simplifying and reducing taxes, he brought good news in regard to efforts to do away with the dreaded “Death Tax . . .…

  • Texas Ag Commissioner Sid Miller Comments on Drones in Agriculture

    There are news stories we see about drones delivering orders to a person’s home for the Amazon company and the ones used for U-S military purposes, but did you know they also have an application…

  • Vladimir Putin Reacts to Obama’s Recent Expulsion Retaliation

    This morning Russian President Vladimir Putin is critical of President Obama’s recent expulsion of 35 Russian diplomats and the closing of two Russian occupied facilities in the U-S in retaliation for supposed Russian email hacking…

  • Police Officer Shot in Weatherford

    In Weatherford, Texas Thursday,  a police officer and a suspect were each shot during an incident in the parking lot of a bar and grill. The incident happened during a traffic stop of a vehicle…

  • Sidewalk Construction Ahead for Huntsville

    Beginning Wednesday, January 4, 2017, the Texas Department of Transportation’s (TxDOT) contractor will start sidewalk construction in Huntsville.  Sidewalk construction will occur in the following locations: Sam Houston Avenue-from Lake Road to Boettcher Drive-sidewalk along…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Wednesday an unknown suspect was reported to have stolen money in the 1300 block of Sam Houston Avenue. At the intersection of Pine Street and Boettcher, a…

  • Audubon Bird Count Saturday

    You’re invited to a local annual bird count tomorrow morning. In charge of publicity for the Huntsville Audubon Society, Sharyn Pezant, fills us in . . . .   Very young people should be accompanied…

  • Live Christmas Tree Pick Up

    The City of Huntsville’s Streets Division will pick up live Christmas trees (not artificial) at the street’s edge from Tuesday, January 3, 2017 through Friday, January 6, 2017. Trees must be on the curb no…

  • Actress and Entertainer Debbie Reynolds Dies

    Eighty-four-year-old well-known actress and singer Debbie Reynolds has died. Her daughter, Carrie Fisher, had passed away Tuesday. Ms. Reynolds died after suffering from heart failure. She had been transported by ambulance to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center…

  • Secretary Kerry Speaks on the U-S’s Recent Abstention from Voting on a U-N Israeli Issue

    Wednesday, U-S Secretary of State John Kerry spoke in Washington in reference to the United States’ decision to abstain from voting last week for a U-N resolution condemning Israel for allowing Israeli settlements in the…