Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Texas Independence and Sam Houston Birthday Celebrated Today

    The 35th Annual Texas Independence Day and General Sam Houston Birthday commemoration will be held today. Sam Houston Statue Visitor Center spokesperson Jamie Matthews tells us more . . . .   There will be…

  • Special Chef Presentation This Week

    SHSU professor of Hospitality, Tourism and Event Planning, Ryan Fenley, tells us that professional chef Michael Gabriel, who has appeared on “Hell’s Kitchen,.” will visit Sam Houston State University tomorrow . . . .  …

  • Last Night’s Elections

    For more in-depth local election results, visit our KSAM Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ksam1017. Danny Kuykendall will meet Tom DeYoung for a runoff election for County Commissioner Precinct #1.  Glen Ray Reader will meet Bill Daugette in…

  • Today is Election Day

    This is election day for the primary elections from now to 7 PM at the polling place where you are registered to vote. You’re asked to bring an acceptable form of photo identification, as this…

  • Filings for Council At-Large #1 Position

    Two candidates have filed for the Huntsville City Council At-large Position #1 seat on the council. On February 29th, Huntsville resident John S. Little who describes his occupation as self-employed filed. On January 25th, Paul…

  • Fourteen Have Been Charged with Methamphetamine Charges in the Southern District of Texas

    U-S Attorney Kenneth Magidson has announced that a total of 14 people are now in custody on methamphetamine charges in three separate cases. These arrests were part of Operation Dream Catcher which also led to…

  • City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council will meet for a regular session tonight at six at City Hall. The Council will meet for a work session at five to discuss the Town Creek Project. There will be…

  • President Obama Awards Medal of Honor to Navy Seal

    Monday, the Medal of Honor was awarded by President Obama to Navy Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator Edward Byers for his bravery during a hostage rescue in Afghanistan. His brave acts were described at the…

  • City EMC John Waldo Comments on Tornado Safety

    Tornado safety is an important possibility to consider as we head into the severe weather season here in Southeast Texas. On “Around Town” this weekend, we asked City Emergency Management Coordinator John Waldo what steps…

  • Early Primary Voting Update

    The total number of voters checked-in during early voting Friday, February 26th was 888–of those voters, 150 voted in the Democratic Primary and 738 in the Republican Primary. This makes for a total of 4,023…