Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • Law Enforcement Seeking Assistance from Public on Double Murder

    The homicides of 18-month old Aiyden Lewis and his grandmother, 55-year-old Shanta Crawford, Wednesday, July 24th, continue to be investigated by law enforcement. Members of the Huntsville and Dallas communities may have information to assist…

  • City Election Filings Underway

    Several candidates for City office have filed to run in the November 5th election in Huntsville. Kendall Scudder, who works as a leasing agent, will be running against Ward #2 City Council incumbent Tish Humphrey.…

  • Douglas Feldman Executed Wednesday Night

    Fifty-five-year-old Douglas Feldman was executed by lethal injection in Huntsville last night for the shooting deaths in the Dallas area 15 years ago of two truck drivers–Robert Everett and Nicolas Velasquez. The two men’s deaths…

  • Judge Erwin Ernst Dies

    Wednesday, retired 12th District Walker County Judge Erwin Ernst died. He was 88. Ernst had served as District Judge from 1978 to 1988 before being appointed the Senior Judge in 1988 until he retired. Memorial…

  • Kim McCauliffe Going to Hutto

    Huntsville’s Main Street Program Director Kim McCauliffe is leaving Huntsville to become the new Downtown Manager of the city of Hutto. Ms. McCauliffe focused on revitalizing the downtown area of Huntsville. While in the position…

  • Punctured Gas Line Thursday Night Evacuates Area in Huntsville for an Hour

    Last night around 5:40–contractors, reported to be working on the installation of light posts–punctured a natural gas line at 13th and University in Huntsville. Emergency Management and law enforcement officials evacuated an appoximate half-mile area…

  • HISD Making Efforts to Improve Security

    At their budget workshop this week, HISD Trustees discussed improving security issues on their campuses. Thursday, we talked with Deputy Superintendent Sonny Cruse, and he told us that HISD has “a great relationship with the…

  • Breaking News–Gas Line Broken in Huntsville–13th & University Area Evacuated

    Around 6 PM Thursday evening Huntsville City Secretary Lee Woodward notified KSAM personnel that a contractor had broken a 3-inch gas line at 13th and University in Huntsville.  Law enforcement and emergency personnel have been…

  • Public Works Director Reed Update on New Well

    At this week’s regular Huntsville City Council session, Public Works Director Carol Reed filled councilmembers in on the completion process of a new well, Well #21, in Huntsville. Ms. Reed said construction on the new…

  • Vaughn Ross to be Executed Tonight

    Forty-one-year-old Vaughn Ross is scheduled to be executed at the Walls unit in Huntsville at six this evening. In 2002, Ross was sentenced to death for the murder of 53-year-old Douglas Birdsall and 18-year-old Viola…