Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • New Tourism Video for Huntsville

    City Director of tourism and Cultural Services Kimm Thomas tells us that they “are very excited that the City of Huntsville is embarking on a new video to introduce Huntsville to not only the state…

  • Temporary Closure of Outside Lane & Shoulder on I-45 Southbound

    Beginning today, the Texas Department of Transportation’s (TxDOT) contractor will temporarily close a short section of the outside lane and shoulder on IH 45 southbound in Walker County, north of exit 118 at Huntsville. This…

  • Missing Huntsville Man Found

    In a press release, the Huntsvile Police Department has informed local media that 27-year-old Andy Sandoval of Huntsville, who was reported missing on March 26th, was found at a local residence by HPD. They reported…

  • Execution of Tommy Sells

    Forty-nine-year-old Tommy Lynn Sells is scheduled for execution in Huntsville today for fatally stabbing a 13-year-old South Texas girl in 1999. Sells attorneys are making a plea to the U-S Supreme Court following a federal…

  • Council Discusses Conservation and Drought Contingency Plan

    At this week’s Huntsville City Council session, councilmembers heard Director of Public Works Carol Reed present information during a first-reading of the City’s Water Conservation and Drought Contingency Plan. The water restriction system being changed…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • HISD Board Discusses Bond Election and Teachers’ Salaries at Monday Meeting

    Monday night the HISD Board of Trustees met to take a look at holding a bond election and giving better pay to local teachers. Following discussion, the board agreed that the best move would be…

  • Republican Precinct Convention Tonight

    Tonight at six, the Walker County Republican Precinct Convention will be held in the Walker County Storm Shelter at 455 State Highway 75 North in Huntsville. If you voted in the March 4th Republican Primary,…