Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Firefigther Jimmy Williams Comments On New Waverly 4th of July Celebration

    It’s coming up in a couple of weeks, and Firefighter and Public Information Officer for the New Waverly Fire Department Jimmy Williams tells us that their “July 4th fundraiser is the biggest fundraiser we do,…

  • HISD Career & Technology Program Evaluated At Last School Board Session

    At this week’s HISD Board of Trustees meeting, the district’s Career and Technology Education program was on the agenda for an annual program evaluation. Director of Career and Technology Education David Rosser filled trustees in…

  • Local Skateboarder Recovering From Accident

    HPD reports that Nineteen-year-old SHSU student Clint Colby Stoll from Beaumont is still classified in critical condition in a Houston Hospital following a skateboarding accident a few weeks ago. He’s awakened from a coma and…

  • Navasota Inmates Suing TDCJ

    In a story out of Navasota, four inmates at the Wallace Pack Unit there have filed suit in federal court against TDCJ, Warden Roberto Herrera and TDCJ Executive Director Brad Livingston. The lawsuit claims TDCJ…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the night shift Friday police were called to the 6000 block of Highway 75 South where a known suspect interfered with child custody. In the 2200 block of Bobby K…

  • HISD Honors KSAM

    Huntsville ISD selected KSAM to the “Media Honor Role” at their regular meeting this week. Director of Communications Shannon Duncan presented the award . . . . HISDKSAM6-18-14  

  • SHSU Rodeo Coach Bubba Miller Update On National Finals Rodeo

    The College National Finals Rodeo is underway in Casper, Wyoming this week. We checked in with SHSU Rodeo Coach Bubba Miller Wednesday afternoon. He filled us in on how the SHSU Rodeo Team is doing…

  • Report Faulty Street Lights

    Street lights are important to safety in Huntsville during the evening hours. Mayor Mac Woodward and Police Chief Kevin Lunsford informed City Councilmembers during a discussion on the issue at this week’s council session .…

  • Commissioners’ Court Special Session

    Walker County Commissioners will meet for a special session this afternoon in the small District Courtroom on the third floor at 1:30. Today’s Statutory Agenda includes discussion and possible approval of a first amendment to…

  • Long Distance and 9-1-1 Phone Service in Some Areas Outside of Walker County Not Working

    Scott Morris with Windstream tells us there has been a fiber cut to phone lines in certain areas of Southeast Texas. Walker County is NOT affected. He said, however, Trinity, and other counties are affected…