Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Ebola Update

    Health officials are monitoring over a dozen people, including five children who attend Dallas schools, who have had close contact with 42-year-old Thomas Eric Duncan, the man who contracted the Ebola virus in Liberia and…

  • Howard Lewis To Keep Chosen Counsel In Upcoming Murder Trial

    This week, District Judge Don Kraemer agreed to let 25-year-old Houston defense attorney Maverick Ray defend 47-year-old Howard Wayne Lewis who is accused of murdering his 18-month-old son and the boy’s grandmother 55-year-old Shanta Crawford…

  • SHSU Faculty Pianist De Solaun Wins International Competition

    One of the many areas that SHSU students and professors achieve success in is music. SHSU Marketing Coordinator Emily Binetti fills us in on another success . . . .

  • Hearing Held On Marine Being Held in Mexican Jail

    Wednesday, a subcommittee of the House Foreign Affairs Committee held a hearing on Mexico’s jailing of U-S Marine Sergeant Andrew Tahmooressi who has been held in a prison in Mexico for over six months on…

  • Ebola Virus Confirmed In Dallas Patient

    The Center for Disease Control in Atlanta has confirmed that a man, now in isolation in Texas Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, has the Ebola virus. The unidentified man left Liberia by plane on September 19th…

  • Structure Fire Tuesday At All-Temp Heating & Air

    The Huntsville Fire Department was called to a structure fire at 7:56 last night at All-Temp Heating and Air Conditioning. The facility is located at 3000 Old Houston Road in Huntsville. According to the Walker…

  • TxDOT’s District Engineer Catherine Hejl Honored

    On September 24th, Catherine Hejl, TxDOT District Engineer for the Bryan District which serves the Huntsville area, received an Outstanding Women in Texas Government Award in the category of Outstanding Management from the State Agency…

  • Ag Commissioner Staples On 4-H Membership

    Texas Ag Commissioner Todd Staples says 4-H is a great character building organization for kids . . . .   Staples likes the parents and adults involvement with kids. He says, “The more that parents…

  • Oversight Committee Meets On White House Security Breach

    During the questioning of Secret Service Director Julia Pierson at the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Tuesday, the U-S Secret Services recent response to 42-year-old Omar Gonzales’ scaling of the White House fence and…

  • Possible Case Of Ebola In Dallas

    According to a story in the Dallas Morning News, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital has put a patient in “strict isolation” for possibly suffering from Ebola after symptoms and their recent travel history raised flags. The…