Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • More Clinton E-mails Released

    Last night the State Department released over 7,000 pages of the e-mails of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton from her time as Secretary of State.  The e-mails include 125 emails that were censored because of…

  • City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council meets tonight at six at City Hall. They will have a Public Hearing to receive citizen input regarding the maximum proposed tax rate for the 2015-16 Tax Year. They will also…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville police news, on the day shift Friday a vehicle burglary was investigated in the 1400 block of Nottingham Street. Officers were dispatched in reference to a “shots” call in the 3100 block of…

  • Rita B Huff Shelter’s “Pins For Pets” Coming Up

    Coming up this month you have a chance to help out the Rita B. Huff Animal Shelter. Shelter Director Marjolein Lemmon tells us how . . . .

  • SHSU Receives “Best Bang For Buck” Recognition

    SHSU Manager of Communications, Jennifer Gauntt, informs us that Sam Houston State University students are getting more than just a reasonably priced education. They’re getting the “Best Bang for the Buck” according to a new…

  • Murdered Houston Sheriff’s Deputy Remembered Sunday

    Sunday evening, American flags, flowers and people filled the northwest Houston gas station where 47-year-old Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy Darren Goforth was murdered. Thirty-year-old Shannon J. Miles has been charged with the capital murder of…

  • President To Rename Mount McKinley

    The White House announced Sunday that the Obama Administration will change the name of the highest mountain in North America from Mount Mckinley to Denali. Denali is an Athabascan name used by Alaskan navtives which…

  • Tom Fordyce Appointed to Texas Board of Criminal Justice

    Texas Governor Greg Abbott has appointed and named Dale Wainwright as Chairman of the Texas Board of Criminal Justice. Also appointed to the board were Arlington Police Department Victim Services Coordinator Derrelynn Perryman and local…

  • Tips On Internet Protection

    Our guest on “Around Town” this weekend was President of the SHSU Student Net Alliance, Andrew Bannon. He recently made a presentation at the Huntsville Public Library on cybersecurity and cyberprotection. Bannon says there are…

  • SHSU Kinesiology Professor Publishes Book On Officer Fitness

    With the scrutiny and controversy surrounding law enforcement officials higher than ever, Matthew Wagner, associate professor of kinesiology, understands that the profession is becoming more stressful than ever, and that it is important to have…