Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • House Speaker Ryan Talks about “Midnight Rule” Efforts

    In his weekly press conference, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan says he and his colleagues are moving forward in dealing with the “Midnight Rule.” Midnight regulations is a term for U-S federal regulations which…

  • Quanta Services Offers Course Help at SHSU

    A multimillion-dollar partnership established between Sam Houston State University’s Department of Agricultural Sciences and Engineering Technology and Houston-based Quanta Services will provide a unique opportunity for SHSU students to enhance their leadership abilities and workforce…

  • Big Time Texas Hunts Deadline Approaching

    Hunting seasons are in full swing in Texas and more opportunities are on the horizon, including chances at premium guided hunt packages through the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Big Time Texas Hunts program. Deadline…

  • Autopsy on Walker County Jail Inmate Completed

    KBTX 3 reports that an autopsy from the Harris County Institute of Forensics released on Tuesday shows that 22-year-old Symone Marshall, who suffered from convulsions at the Walker County Jail in May, died when blood…

  • Riot in Charlottee

    In North Carolina, Governor Pat McCrory declared a State of Emergency late last night as protests became violent for another night. Last night, a march through downtown began from the apartment complex parking lot where…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Tuesday an aggravated assault was investigated in the 2000 block of N 1/2—the assault caused serious injury to the victim. A burglary was reported in the 1200…

  • Public Information Request Increase Considered by Council

    At this week’s regular session of the Huntsville City Council, councilmembers considered adopting an ordinance amending the fee schedule for the rates for Public Information Requests by an increase of 20 %. There was much…

  • IRS Impeachment Hearing Wednesday

    Things got heated at a House Judiciary Committee hearing on articles of impeachment against IRS Commissioner John Koskinen in Washington Wednesday. Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan, in referring to a few IRS issues still left in…

  • Fall Hay Evaluation Program

    Walker County Texas AgriLife Extension Agent Reg Leppley tells us that they will be having a Fall Hay Evaluation and educational agricultural gathering October 17th at the Walker County Storm Shelter . . . .

  • Protests Erupted in Charlotte and Tulsa over Two Black Men Shot by Police

    Tuesday in Charlotte, North Carolina a black police officer shot a black man armed with a gun at an apartment complex there. The man, 43-year-old Keith Lamont Scott, died later at a hospital. Street protests…