Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Christmas Fair & Parade Saturday

    Don’t forget about the Christmas Fair and Winter in the Park in Downtown Huntsville 10 AM to 5 PM this Saturday. There will be train rides, games, real snow, food vendors, a bounce house, Santa,…

  • Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Wednesday a vehicle was reported stolen in the 2200 block of Bobby K Marks Drive. On the night shift Wednesday, a vehicle was reported stolen in the…

  • Upcoming Kid’s Activity at Library

    There will be a lot of things for kids to do at the Huntsville Public Library this Christmas season. Cataloger Brenda Poe fills us in on an event coming up . . . .

  • House Homeland Security Committee Meets to Discuss Global Terror

    The House Homeland Security Committee met Thursday in Washington to discuss global terror threats. The new Director of the FBI, Christopher Wray, hoped an important investigative tool, a section of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act,…

  • TDCJ Officer Charged with Bribery

    According to a story today in the Huntsville Item, on Tuesday morning 21-year-old Huntsville resident and TDCJ employee Harold D. Johnson was arrested by officers of the Office of the TDCJ Inspector General on a…

  • Speaker Ryan Speaks on Sexual Harassment Legislation

    Accusations of sexual harassment seem to be capturing a great deal of attention by the media lately. Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, spoke to reporters Wednesday about efforts underway to combat this kind of…

  • Outgoing Federal Reserve Chair Yellen Comments on the Economy

    The U-S economy is looking pretty good. Outgoing Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen addressed the Joint Economic Committee on the topic in Washington Wednesday . . . .

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Tuesday police investigated a commercial burglary in the 300 block of US 190 where three unknown suspects forced entry and took property. On Tuesday’s night shift, in…

  • Grant Received By SHSU For Field Sobriety Test Training Enhancement

    The Impaired Driving Initiatives program at Sam Houston State University received a $253,607 grant from the Texas Department of Transportation to provide new technology to enhance training for officers in administering field sobriety tests. Working…

  • Citizens Police Academy in Huntsville Considering Applicants

    The application process for the Huntsville Police Department Citizens Police Academy began earlier this month and will close on Friday December 29th at 5 PM. The actual Academy is set to start at the end…