Articles Posted in the News Category

  • North Korea Plans Satellite Launch

    In a State Department Daily Briefing Tuesday, spokesperson John Kirby talked about a planned violation of an international agreement by North Korea. He mentioned that they had already violated an agreement by having a nuclear…

  • Climate Change Colloquium at SHSU Today

    Sam Houston State University’s Departments of Physics and Geology will host a colloquium led by professor of atmospheric sciences at Texas A&M University, Andrew Dessler, today at 3 p.m. in the Lowman Student Center Theater.…

  • Iowa Caucuses–Cruz and Clinton on Top

    Ted Cruz was the big winner in the Republican Iowa Caucuses vote last night. Early this morning FOX news reports that Hillary Clinton scored a narrow victory over Bernie Sanders, and the Iowa Democratic Party…

  • City Council Meets Today & Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council meets for a regular session this morning at six at City Hall. Previous to the meeting at 4:30 PM there will be a work session where the council will discuss and…

  • SHSU Features Music and Culture of Mardi Gras

    Sam Houston State University will highlight the music and culture of Mardi Gras during the 15th annual Cajun Mardi Gras Festival on Thursday. The celebration, which falls days before Mardi Gras, February 9th, will include…

  • Financial Aid Form Help Available Today in SHSU Mall Area

    Sam Houston State University’s Financial Aid and Scholarships Office will provide students in need of help completing financial aid forms with assistance each Tuesday during the month of February from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.…

  • Obama to Visit U-S Mosque

    President Barak Hussein Obama will be visiting a Mosque in Baltimore County tomorrow . It will be his first visit to a mosque located in the United States while president. He will be speak to…

  • Fatal Head-on Collision on I-45 Sunday Night

    According to a report in the Montgomery County Police reporter, shortly before ten last night the Walker County Sheriff’s Office began receiving calls about a silver Lincoln headed northbound in the southbound lanes of I-45…

  • Iowa Caucuses Tonight

    The Iowa caucuses get underway tonight in what looks like a close race in the Democrat and Republican political camps. A couple of polls show Democrat Hillary Clinton with 45 percent voter support and Bernie…

  • Dr. Wright Explains Phases of HISD Strategic Design

    At last week’s regular meeting of the HISD Board of Trustees, Superintendent Dr. Howell Wright and various members of the Strategic Design Team introduced their multi-year improvement plan to Trustees. He filled everyone in on…