Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Changes For Upcoming Council Sessions

    Looking ahead to future council meetings, Mayor Mac Woodward filled everyone in on some changes to upcoming council sessions at this week’s regular meeting.. Looking ahead to October, Mayor Woodward suggested . . . .…

  • TxDOT Back to School Driving Tips

    The end of summer means millions of Texas children will soon return to school. TxDOT reminds drivers to be extra cautious as school zones become more active. Following some simple tips can help Texas children…

  • “Sagging Pants” Ordinance Requested

    Have you ever seen some people around town that maybe you’d like to call in the “fashion police” on . . . . or maybe, the real police? Local citizen Walter Johnson asked the City…

  • “No Refusal” Event Scheduled This Month

    The Huntsville Police Department will partner with the Walker County District Attorney’s office, the Walker County Sheriff’s Office and the City of Huntsville Municipal Court to conduct a “No Refusal” event on Thursday, August 28th.…

  • Trent De’Ray Archie Sentenced

    Thirty-two-year-old Trent De’Ray Archie, the man who was convicted of murder and escaped from the old Walker County Jail back in 2011 only to be recaptured, has been sentenced in Judge Don Kraemer’s 12th Judicial…

  • City Council Discusses Budget

    The Huntsville City Council met last night. A major focus for discussion was the budget and tax rate. City Manager Matt Benoit went over the tax rate proposal . . . . CITYBUDG#1-8-20-14 Position #1…

  • New Waverly Fire Department Funding Cut

    New Waverly Volunteer Fire Department Public Information Officer Jimmy Williams reported to KSAM News that “New Waverly City Council members voted unanimously at their last council meeting to cut funding for the New Waverly Volunteer…

  • New Homeland Security Studies Program At SHSU

    The College of Criminal Justice at SHSU continues to move forward as a leader in the Criminal Justice education field. Publications Coordinator Beth Kuhles tells us how . . . . KUHLES8-19-14  

  • Hornet Buddies Open For HISD Kids

    School for HISD students gets underway soon, and there’s a great activity kids can be involved in called Hornet Buddies. Spokesperson Rhonda Reddoch tells us all about it . . . . HORNBUD8-19-14  

  • Congressman Brady Comments On Obamacare Issues

    Our congressman, Kevin Brady, says his “sense is that today we have more Americans dropping out of the Affordable Care Act plans than we really know . . . .” BRADOBAM8-19-14