Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Preventing Vehicle Burglaries

    Whether your doing your Christmas shopping or parking your car somewhere to do something else, it’s a good idea to take precautions to prevent vehicle burglaries. HPD Lt. Jim Barnes was a recent guest on…

  • Heartwalk Tomorrow

    At last night’s HISD Board of Trustee’s session, Huntsville Memorial Hospital CEO Shannon Brown talked to board members about HMH’s upcoming Heartwalk which will be tomorrow at Bowers Stadium with registration at 8:30 and the…

  • Huffines Discussion At SHSU Today

    Today at SHSU eight national leaders and thinkers in sports medicine will be speaking via a special hookup for a quarter- hour each. SHSU Associate Professor of Kinesiology Jennifer Didier tells us all about it…

  • Wynne Home Workshops This Weekend

    There’s a couple of workshops coming up at the Wynne Home this weekend. One is a Baked Holiday goodies workshop from 10:30 to 1:30 PM.  Cultural Services Coordinator Linda Pease tells us more . .…

  • Mail For Santa Coming Soon To Library

    The Huntsville Public Library will soon put out their Mail for Santa mailbox. Children’s Coordinator Rachel McPhail fills us in . . . .

  • Update On ISIS Terrorists

    French prosecutors now confirm that terrorist mastermind Abdelhamid Abaaoud is dead. He was killed in a raid on terrorists in a Paris suburb Wednesday. Meanwhile, late Wednesday, a video released by ISIS gave praise to…

  • New Kroger Store Opens

    A new Kroger Store has opened in the Ravenwood Shopping Center, and it’s huge. We talked with Kroger Public Relations Manager Kristal Howard at their grand opening Wednesday morning . . . .   Kroger…

  • Chamber Events Coming Up

    The Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce always has great events for our community planned. We ran into Chamber of Commerce President Carol Smith at the big grand opening of Kroger along with Chamber events and…

  • Raphael Holiday Executed

    Former Madison County resident, 36-year-old Raphael Holiday, was executed in Huntsville yesterday. He had been convicted of setting a fire that ended the life of his 18-month-old daughter and two of her half-sisters around 15…

  • HISD Board Meets Tonight

    The HISD Board of Trustees meets for a regular board meeting this evening at six in the Hawkins Administration Building. This evening the “Oath of Office” will be administered to elected board members. Board officers…