Articles Tagged “North Texas”

  • Tips for Tornado Safety

    Tornadoes recently devastated at 40-mile-long path in North Texas. We asked Walker County Emergency Management Coordinator Butch Davis about what we should know in dealing with tornado threats here . . . .    

  • Relief Effort Drive Underway for North Texas Storm Victims

    Efforts are underway to help those affected by the recent tornado devastation to sections of the North Texas area. Huntsville Police Department Community Service Officer Ryan Kaaa updates us . . . .

  • Forty-three People Dead Across U-S Due to Storms

    Violent tornadoes that blew through the Dallas area over the weekend took the lives of at least 11 people and left dozens of injured in their wake. Rough weather across the country from heavy snow,…

  • SHSU’s Gaertner Performing Arts Center Recognized

    SHSU Associate Director of Communications Julia May tells us that the university’s James and Nancy Gaertner Performing Arts Center has been named to the 2015 ranking of the 25 most amazing campus arts centers in…

  • Criminal Justice Lecture This Morning At SHSU

    SHSU’s Department of Criminal Justice continues to move forward in educating their students and the public in the criminal justice field. Publications Coordinator Beth Kuhles informs us that this morning the next Beto Chair lecture…

  • Ag Commissioner Staples Talks Turkey

    Turkey Day is almost here, and Texas Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples tells us that there are three sub-species of turkeys in Texas. There’s the Eastern turkey found in the Post Oak, Savanna, and Piney Wood…