Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Senator Schwertner Defends Access to Psychiatric Care–Calls on Paxton to Affirm Definition of a Physician

    Thursday, Senator Charles Schwertner, MD (R-Georgetown) sent a formal request to Attorney General Ken Paxton asking that he issue a legal opinion affirming the right of doctors of osteopathy (DO) to practice medicine in the…

  • S.T.E.A.M. Event at Library Today

    The Huntsville Public Library reminds everyone that S.T.E.A.M. Friday has something for everyone: STEAM is Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. Children 17 and under are invited to enjoy this once a month program. From…

  • Huge Evacuation in Southeast U-S Underway in Path of Hurricane Matthew

    Evacuation orders have been issued for a couple of million people in Florida, Georgia and North and South Carolina. Hurricane Matthew was forecast to possibly strengthen into a dangerous Category 4 hurricane. Twenty-five deaths have…

  • False Text Alerts Sent Out

    KBTX Channel 3 reports that last night some area college students received emergency text alerts that were not legitimate. The alerts went to several schools, including SHSU, Texas A&M and Blinn College. The report says…

  • Barney Fuller, Jr. Executed

    Fifty-eight year old Barney Fuller, Jr. was executed last night at the Huntsville Unit for the murder of a married couple in Lovelady in 2003. He no longer wanted his appeal requests to be pursued…

  • Republican Roundup Tonight

    The Republican Party of Walker County will have their Republican Roundup tonight from 5:30 to 8 at the Walker County Education Center at 1402 19th Street in Huntsville. You’re invited to join them in meeting…

  • “State of the City Address” Coming Up

    The annual “State of the City Address” is coming up soon. Mayor Andy Brauninger reminded everyone of the upcoming event at this week’s regular session of the Huntsville City Council . . . .

  • Man Arrested in Connection with Classified Info

    The U-S Department of Justice announced Wednesday that a contractor who worked for Booz Allen Hamilton, the same cyberoperations company that Edward Snowden worked for, was arrested in connection with the theft of classified hacking…

  • Homecoming Parade Traffic Update

    The 2016 Homecoming Parade is scheduled for Thursday, October 13th. This year’s parade will be larger than in years past, as SHSU and HISD will combine their celebrations for a single big homecoming. Parade participants…

  • Sam Houston Museum Presentation on Austin Colony Ahead

    When it was established in 1824, San Felipe de Austin became the social, economic and political center of the Stephen F. Austin Colony, eventually growing to become ranked as No. 2—behind San Antonio—as a commercial…