Articles Tagged “FBI”

  • Governor Abbott and Senator Cruz Comment on State Refugee Security Act

    Governor Greg Abbott this week joined Senator Ted Cruz to announce the State Refugee Security Act, which gives states and governors the tools to address the challenges posed by refugee resettlement from countries inhabited by…

  • SHSU Professor’s Work To Be Featured In Newseum

    The Newseum in Washington, D.C. is a museum that provides the public with dynamic, engaging and interactive exhibits that encourage the exploration of stories from the past and present through the eyes of the media,…

  • Federal Judge Orders State Department And FBI To Cooperate On Clinton Investigation

    Thursday, a federal judge ordered the State Department to work with the FBI to ascertain if any of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s e-mails on her server while secretary of state could be recovered.…

  • More On Clinton E-mail Issues

    Recent information about top secret information being on presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s private email server have prompted suggestions that some member of her “inner circle” likely removed the classification markings–which is illegal. According to Fox…

  • “Top Secret” Allegedly Removed From Clinton E-mails

    Fox News’ Megan Kelly has reported that “an unnamed State Department official told Fox News that some of the nation’s most sensitive top-secret information was communicated on [Hillary] Clinton’s server. It was highly classified at…

  • Two Convicted of Murder On Federal Land

    U-S Attorney Kenneth Magidson has announced that two men have entered guilty pleas, admitting they murdered a teenager in the Sam Houston National Forest. Cristian Alexander Zamora and Ricardo Leonel Campos Lara entered pleas of…

  • Mayor Woodward Welcomes New Councilmembers

    Following Tuesday’s local election, there’ll be two new faces on the Huntsville City Council–Ward #4 Councilmember Joe Rodriguez and At-Large Position #1 Councilmember Andy Brauninger. Mr. Brauninger spent decades employed by the offsore and inland…

  • Double Murder Update

    Walker County Sheriff Clint McCrae released to the media Thursday that lab results on evidence in the double murder of Shanta Faye Crawford and grandson Aiyden Benjamin Lewis collected from outside the county could begin…

  • Update on July Double Murder

    Walker County Sheriff Clint McCrae has reported to the media that his office is still awaiting test results on evidence from two locations outside of our county that may possibly have a connection to the…

  • Council Race Update

    Two more candidates will be running for City Council in Huntsville. Joe Rodriguez, a retired FBI agent from Elkins Lake, will be running unopposed for Ward #4 since incumbent Clyde Loll did not file for…