Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • Full Recovery Expected for Stabbing Victim

    Forty-five-year-old Maria Perez, who was the victim of a stabbing in Huntsville on August 28th, is expected to recover fully. The stabbing took place at a residence in the 200 block of Highway 190. Ms.…

  • Huntsville Man Indicted for Allegedly Threatening Two Witnesses

    Thirty-six-year-year-old Armando Martinez was indicted by a Walker County grand jury on two counts of obstruction or retaliation for allegedly threatening two witnesses who were going to testify against him in regard to a sexual…

  • Siren Testing on SHSU Campus Today

    Today on the Sam Houston State University campus there will be a demonstration of a new mass speaker cluster that will play a series of siren sounds testing SHSU’s emergency notification. The 30-minute demonstration will…

  • Duck Commander’s Grant Taylor Speaks in Huntsville

    Tuesday, Grant Taylor from Duck Commander a West Monroe Louisiana company which produces duck calls and other merchandise, spoke at the Huntsville Church of Christ on Highway 30 at a luncheon presented by the Chamber…

  • Professor Mike Yawn Comments on SHSU Interns Successful Placement

    Our guest on “Around Town” this past weekend was SHSU Political Science Professor Mike Yawn. SHSU political science students have been successful in being placed in internships like in Willis and the City of Huntsville.…

  • Green & White Radio Auction

    Green & White Radio Auction

    The 3rd Annual Green & White Radio Auction was a huge success! Thank you Huntsville for coming together and beating last year’s auction with a total of over $15,250 raised for the Huntsville Hornet Football Booster Club.

    Sting ‘Em Hornets!!!

  • Councilmember Allen Running Unopposed

    Ward #3 Huntsville City Council incumbent Ronald Allen will run for re-election unopposed in November. Mr. Allen is a lifelong Huntsville resident and has lived in Ward #3 all his life. In a recent Huntsville…

  • 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…

  • SHSU Showcasing Short Films Friday

    The mass communication department at SHSU will present “Sam Houston Short Films” showcasing four films that will highlight a meet-and-greet event in Huntsville this weekend. We talked with SHSU mass communication major Chase Parker .…

  • Double-Murder Investigation Continues

    The Walker County Sheriff’s Office continues to follow up on leads in the July 24th double-murder in Huntsville of 55-year-old Shanta Faye Crawford and 18-month-old Aiyden Benjamin Lewis. Sheriff Clint McRae released to the media…