Articles Posted in the News Category

  • HISD Superintendent Wright on Facilities Improvement

    HISD has been looking at improving facilities at some time in the future. We talked with HISD Superintendent, Dr. Howell Wright about the issue recently, and he said, they’ve “been in the process of conducting…

  • City Council Discusses Street Delay Issues

    You can’t help but notice there’s construction going on on Huntsville streets nowadays. At this week’s city council session, Councilmember Joe Rodriguez commented in reference to it to City Engineer Ram Ramachandra. Mr. Rodriguez said,…

  • Temporary Water Shut Off Saturday

    Again a reminder, on Saturday, February 11, water will be shut off on University Avenue between 9th to 12th Streets and on 10th Street from University Avenue to Avenue J for most of the day as part…

  • Congressman Brady Discusses Tax Reform

    It looks like President Trump is going to move on tax reform. Congressman Brady’s office sent us a clip from Fox’s Neil Cavuto show where Mr. Brady talks about what’s ahead in regard to taxes…

  • Clayton Homes Burglarized

    The Huntsville Item reports that police are looking into a burglary at Clayton Homes in the 700 block of I-45 that occurred between Monday and Wednesday. A Whirlpool refrigerator and an oven worth around $1,200…

  • President Trump Signs Executive Orders Following Swearing-In of Jeff Sessions

    Thursday, President Trump followed the swearing-in of our new Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, by signing three executive orders which White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said were “dedicated to standing behind the police officers who…

  • Councilmember Allen Goes Off the Rails in Council Session

    At this week’s Huntsville City Council session during the Items of Community Interest phase–which is traditionally used to make announcements of community interest from the mayor, councilmembers, and City staff, for which no action will…

  • Senator Jeff Sessions Confirmed as Attorney General

    Wednesday evening, Republican Senator Jeff Sessions was confirmed as attorney general. He was confirmed by a vote of 52 to 47. One Democrat, West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin, voted for Sessions. Sessions has become the…

  • An 18-Wheeler Driver Survived an Encounter with a Train in New Waverly Wednesday

    New Waverly firefighter Jimmy Williams reports that an 18-wheeler driver was lucky to survive an encounter with a train Wednesday morning on FM 2793 near Highway 75 just north of New Waverly.  The train struck…

  • Sheriff’s Office Makes Arrest in Burglary

    On Monday, January 23rd, the Walker County Sheriff’s office was dispatched to a burglary off of FM 980 East.  The Complainant said that an unknown suspect had entered her property and had taken a couple…