Articles Tagged “Public Safety”

  • Texas Stash House Rewards Program

    The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) seized nearly 70 pounds of marijuana and more than four pounds of hash oil on Sept. 16 at a residence in El Paso. The seizure was the result…

  • KATS Safety Bash Tonight At SHSU

    The Sam Houston State University Police Department will host the second annual “Kats Safety Bash” tonight from 6-8 p.m. in the Bowers Stadium Parking Lot. Participants will be able to visit with emergency personnel from…

  • New Waverly Resident Trapped Early Friday Morning

    Just before 3 AM, a 19 year old Army Soldier was leaving New Waverly to return to his unit when his car left the roadway on Highway 150 near the city limits. His Nissan Maxima…

  • Representative John Otto’s Legislative Update

    Our State Representative John Otto reports in his Legislative Update that last week the House passed House Bill 1690, which will relocate the Public Integrity Unit from the Travis County District Attorney’s Office to the…

  • Commissioners Meet This Morning

    Walker County Commissioners meet for a regular session this morning at the courthouse at nine. Walker County Jail Bureau Captain Steve Fisher will discuss an Interlocal Agreement with Montgomery County to house Montgomery County inmates…

  • DPS License Renewal Online

    The Texas Department of Public Safety is encouraging customers to plan ahead for the busy weeks surrounding Spring Break and take advantage of early renewals, online services or visit a driver license  center when renewing…

  • Sketch Done Of Heartfield Florist Robbery Suspect

    During the morning hours of February 14, 2015, officers with the Huntsville Police Department responded to a robbery at Heartfield Florist located in the 1500 block of Sam Houston Avenue. The suspect is an African-American…

  • Legislative Update From Representative John Otto’s Office

    State Representative John Otto reports that the legislature is “now more than 30 days into the 140 day session and things are gearing up.” He reports, “In Appropriations, the full committee took testimony on a…

  • DPS Changes Fingerprint Collection

    The Texas Department of Public Safety is statutorily required to enforce the laws passed by the Texas Legislature. As such and based on concerns and questions raised by a number of legislators regarding the statutory…

  • Two Steps – One Sticker Program Coming March 1st

    Beginning March 1, 2015, your vehicle will no longer be issued an inspection sticker, and your registration sticker will serve as combined proof of inspection and registration. How It Works– Step 1: From March 1,…