Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • More on Missing SHSU Student T-J Murray

    According to a story on KHOU-TV, Montgomery County investigators suspect there was foul play involved in the disappearance of 23-year-old former SHSU student T-J Murray who disappeared near a sports bar in October of last…

  • Camelia Lake Water Level Down

    Since a wastewater line burst underneath Camelia Lake in the Elkins Lake subdivision in late April, the lake water level has been down. The water level was lowered to enable crews to fix the line.…

  • Juneteenth Parade Scheduled

    The Progressive Women’s Association of Huntsville, in celebration of Texas’ abolition of slavery, will host a Juneteenth Parade tomorrow. The entire community is invited to participate. Line-up begins at 8 AM Saturday next to the…

  • Police News

    Police News

    Looking at police news over the past couple of days, on Monday’s day shift police were dispatched to the location of an unattended death in the 200 block of Sam Houston. In the 2600 block…

  • Independence Celebration Scheduled for June 30th

    Program Assistant Kim Barnes invites you to join City of Huntsville Recreation Services as they celebrate the 4th of July on Saturday, June 30th, at Kate Barr Ross Park . . . . For more…

  • HEARTS Museum Breaks Ground for Vietnam Memorial Bridges

    Wednesday, a groundbreaking ceremony was held for two new Vietnam Memorial bridges at the HEARTS Veterans Museum. Museum director Richie Harris said construction of the bridges should be completed in around 3 months. For donation…

  • HVAC Replacement Approved for D-A’s Building

    With summer here, not only is the Courthouse air conditioning system to be improved–they’ll be working on the District Attorney’s office building, as well. This week, Walker County Commissioner’s Court considered a bid for HVAC…

  • City Still Seeking Survey Participants

    Time is running out for Huntsville residents to participate in the City of Huntsville’s 2012 Citizen Survey, and all residents who have not yet done so are encouraged to take a few moments to provide…

  • Power Being Restored Following Last Night’s Storm

    In the aftermath of last night’s storm, the local law enforcement dispatch center for Huntsville and Walker County around five this morning reported several power lines down around the city overnight. The dispatcher reported that,…

  • Republican Primary Precinct #1 Commissoner Recount Done

    Tuesday, a recount of the Republican Primary vote for Precinct #1 County Commissioner was held. Republican Chair Russell Martinez reports there was no change in the primary results in the race between Jim Willett and…