Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Tropical Storm Nate Info

    The National Weather Service reported late last night that Tropical Storm Nate could be near hurricane intensity when it approaches the Yucatan Peninsula Friday. A tropical storm warning and a hurricane watch is in effect…

  • Las Vegas Shooter Paddock Also Booked Rooms in Chicago for a Festival There

    The TMZ news organization alleges Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock booked a room at the Blackstone Hotel in Chicago for August 1st of this year, which was two days before the beginning of the Lollapalooza…

  • President Trump May “Decertify” Iran Agreement

    Thursday, the Washington Post reported that next week President Trump will “decertify” the nuclear agreement with Iran signed in 2015. Fox News reports that a source from the Trump administration said, however, that a decision…

  • Mediator Speaks to SHSU Students

    President of the American Institute of Mediation in Los Angeles, Lee Jay Berman, spoke about his extensive mediation experiences helping business and individuals to resolve conflicts at SHSU’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences Building…

  • Trump Administration Continues to Focus on Florida, P.R. & U-S Virgin Islands

    The Trump Administration continues to focus on restoring hurricane ravaged Florida, Puerto Rico and the U-S Virgin Islands. Thursday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders addressed reporters in regard to the ongoing operation .…

  • Nevada Sheriff Assumes Las Vegas Shooter Had Help at Some Point

    Fox News reports that Clark County, Nevada Sheriff Joseph Lombardo assumes Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock had “some help at some point.” The sheriff was referring to the fact that Paddock had a large arsenal,…

  • Williams Murder Trial Begins

    The Huntsville Item reports that a jury of eight men and six women, which includes two alternates, started hearing testimony Wednesday in the first-degree murder trial of 21-year-old Treveon Deon Williams in 278th Judicial District…

  • Council Amends Rule on What Constitutes a Mobile Home Park

    At this week’s City Council session, councilmembers approved going with the state definition of a mobile home park. Councilmember Joe Rodriguez brought up the old development code rule on what constitutes a mobile home park…

  • Los Angeles Mediation Expert Lee Jay Berman to Speak at SHSU Tonight

    There’s a month specifically dedicated to the best practices in resolving conflict. In an effort to equip the Sam Houston State University community with useful insights and tools to effectively resolve disputes, SHSU’s Student Legal and Mediation…

  • FEMA Update

    FEMA media relations specialist Erin Gaddis stopped by the news room Wednesday to update us on various FEMA programs . . . .   So far, 1,632 Walker County Households have received a total of…