Articles Posted in the News Category

  • State Of City Address This Month

    Mark your calendars. The Annual State of the City Address is scheduled for this month. It’s coming up Tuesday, October 27th, from 5:30 to 7:30 PM at the Walker County Storm Shelter at 445 State…

  • Democratic Debate Tonight

    CNN will be broadcasting the first Democratic presidential debate tonight beginning at 7:30 our time from Las Vegas. Five candidates are expected to take the stage–Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Martin O’Malley, Jim Webb and Lincoln…

  • Jeffrey Martinez Gets 10 1/2 Years

    In local court news, 24-year-old Jeffrey Martinez was sentenced to 10 1/2 years and fined $7,500 for intoxicated manslaughter. The drunk driving accident killed two people on I-45 three years ago.

  • City & County Meetings

    Walker County Commissioners have a regular session scheduled for this morning at nine at the courthouse. Tonight at seven, the City of Huntsville will be hosting a Town Hall meeting at the Huntsville Public Library…

  • “Resurrected Trash” Talk

    Huntsville Architect Dan Phillips is displaying recent projects created by his Phoenix Commotion entitled “Resurrected Trash” through this Friday in the Lowman Student Center Gallery. Mr. Phillips will be delivering an artist talk this Thursday…

  • Criminal Justice Programs Scheduled This Week

    SHSU’s Criminal Justice Department has a couple of events scheduled for this Thursday. Publications Coordinator Beth Kuhles fills us in . . . .

  • This Week In Huntsville

    The City has several ways you can keep up-to-date on what’s going on with them. One of them is “This Week in Huntsville.” At the last council session, Position #2 At-Large councilmember Lydia Montgomery updated…

  • Former Skinhead To Speak Against Hatred

    Frank Meeink was just 14 years old when he shaved his head and began recruiting people into the Neo-Nazi movement in Philadelphia. At the age of 18, he was arrested after nearly killing a man…

  • Congressman Brady Comments On Planned Parenthood Investigation

    Congress is moving forward in their investigation of Planned Parenthood. Congressman Kevin Brady updates us . . . .

  • Commissioners Court Meets Tuesday–10/13

    Walker County Commissioners’ Court meets for a regular session tomorrow morning at nine at the courthouse.  Today is a holiday in observance of Columbus Day. There are several items on this morning’s “Statutory Agenda:” Judge…