Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Friday a theft was reported in the 200 block of FM 247. A vehicle burglary was investigated in the 400 block of State Highway 75 North. On…

  • Commissioners Move Forward on Jail Phone Charges Adjustment

    In Walker County Commissioners’ Court Monday, Purchasing Agent Mike Williford discussed with the court, using a slide of information as a visual aid, about approving an amendment to the Walker County Jail Inmate Phone Contract…

  • TDCJ Held Fallen Officers Ceremony Friday

    The TDCJ Fallen Correctional Officers Ceremony was held Friday morning on the grounds of the Texas Prison Museum in front of the Sesquicentennial Plaza. This year’s ceremony honored TDCJ correctional officer Timothy Davison who was…

  • Local Group of Citizens Oppose Proposed Juvenile Residential Home

    During “Citizen’s Input” this morning at Commissioners’ Court a group opposed to putting in a juvenile residential unit in the Huntsville area let their opposition be known to commissioners. We talked to spokesperson Ann Darby…

  • Programs for Kids at Library

    There’s stuff going on for the kids to do at the Huntsville Public Library. The library’s Children’s Coordinator, Rachel McPhail, has an update . . . .

  • City Election Tomorrow

    The City of Huntsville will hold a special election on Saturday, May 7th to elect a Councilmember-at-Large for Position 1. All voting will be at the Walker County Annex, 1301 Sam Houston Avenue, from 7…

  • Speaker Paul Ryan not Supporting Donald Trump for Now

    House Speaker Paul Ryan is not supporting Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at this point. In an interview on CNN’s “The Lead” Thursday Ryan said, “I’m just not ready to do that at this point.…

  • Grand Jury Indictments

    In the latest issuance of Walker County Grand Jury indictments, there were fourteen Possession of a Controlled Substance offenses listed and two delivery of a controlled substance indictments. Marcus Johnson was indicted on two counts…

  • HCT to Present How to Eat Like a Child

    Another presentation is coming to the Huntsville Community Theatre. HCT spokesperson Marjean Creager tells us more . . . .   We also talked with a couple of the performers in the play. Noah Weeks…

  • Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts Visit SHSU Campus

    Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts from all over the state gathered on Sam Houston State University’s campus on April 30th for the seventh annual Scouts@Sam event. On-campus recruitment coordinator Christopher Arcos said,“Thanks to new facilities,…