Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Huntsville City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council will meet this evening at six at City Hall. Prior to the meeting at 5:30, councilmembers will meet in a workshop to hold a discussion on monument entry and a way-finding…

  • Commissioner Paulsel Comments on New Waverly Area Development

    The New Waverly area is on a good path for development. We checked in this week with Precinct #4 Commissioner Tim Paulsel . . . . TIMDEVELOP3-31-14  

  • Police News

    In Huntsville Police news last Friday, there were seven vehicle accident cases investigated on Huntsville streets in total. On the night shift Friday, 33-year-old Alton Edmonston was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and…

  • AFSCME’s Lowry & Governor Perry Express Opposing Views on PREA Act Compliance

    In a three page letter delivered Friday to the US Justice Department, Texas Governor Rick Perry informed the US Justice Department that Texas would not be complying with the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA). The…

  • SHSU Introduces Free Online Environmental Crime Training

    SHSU Criminal Justice publications coordinator Beth Kuhles tells us, “The Bill Blackwood Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas launched a free online training program to strengthen civil and criminal enforcement efforts at the local, state…

  • Congressman Brady on Obamacare Extension Issue

    There’s a new “Baghdad Bob”–this time, in Washington. Congressman Kevin Brady explains . . . . BRADOBAM3-31-14  

  • HPD Seeking Help in Locating Missing Person

    Detectives with the Huntsville Police Department are asking for assistance in locating a missing person. Andy Sandoval of Huntsville was reported missing on Wednesday, March 26th, by members of his family. He was last seen…

  • Power Outages Last Friday & Saturday

    Saturday over 2,000 Huntsville residents were without power. Friday afternoon, a thunderstorm blew tree limbs into power lines knocking out power for residents west of I-45 and onto the western part of Huntsville and surrounding…

  • STAAR Testing at HISD this Week

    It’s time for state-mandated tests to be administered in the Huntsville Independent School District. Shannon Duncan says that STAAR testing will get underway today . . . . SHANNON #1 The district reminds parents that…

  • Chuck Wagon Style Dinner Prior to Rodeo Friday & Saturday

    Fair visitors this year are going to be treated to a chuck-wagon style sit-down dinner prior to the rodeo on Friday and Saturday, April 4th and 5th.  Tickets for the dinner will be available as…