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  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Tuesday a known suspect stole money from an elderly victim in the 600 block of I-45 South. A known suspect was reported to have harassed a victim…

  • Big Time Texas Hunts Deadline Approaching

    Hunting seasons are in full swing in Texas and more opportunities are on the horizon, including chances at premium guided hunt packages through the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Big Time Texas Hunts program. Deadline…

  • Dance Classes for Kids at the Library

    Huntsville Public Library Children’s Coordinator Rachel McPhail informs us that the “library is partnering up with Express Vibe Studios to host six weeks of free dance classes . . . .”   Registration is required…

  • SHSU Programs Rank in Top 10 in Nation

    Again, SHSU makes out well nationwide in university education. Manager of Communications Jennifer Gauntt tells us all about it . . . .   GradSource.com general manager Mark Burham says, “Our methodology for the ranking…

  • Alumni Recognized for Distinguished Accomplishments and Service

    Three SHSU alumni who have made a name for themselves in business, entertainment and news, and two alumni whose service to their alma mater and their communities is distinguished in itself, will be recognized during…

  • Zeno Group’s Franny Chudner Comments on Wi-Fi in Local School Buses

    Franny Chudner from Corporate Affairs of the Zeno Group in New York informed us Tuesday that approximately 6300 Huntsville students have found their long bus rides home equipped with a new feature – full service…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Wednesday police were dispatched to an address on Nottingham Street in reference to a known suspect posting obscene images of a victim online. On the night shift…

  • FEMA Update

    More Texans are eligible for federal disaster assistance for the April storms, and many more have additional time to register with FEMA for aid. FEMA extended the period during which those affected by the storms…

  • FEMA Updates

    Texans who suffered damage or loss from the April storms and flooding in Montgomery and San Jacinto counties have only until Friday, June 24, to register for FEMA disaster assistance. Texans who sustained damage or…

  • “Let’s Talk” at SHSU Coming Up

    Sam Houston State University will host its ninth annual “Let’s Talk: A Night of Conversation” scholarship benefit event on March 31st beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the Lowman Student Center Ballroom. Since the event launched…