Articles Tagged “Texas”

  • Pearl Harbor Remembrance Christmas Covered Dish Dinner & Annual Meeting

    Pearl Harbor Remembrance Christmas Covered Dish Dinner & Annual Meeting

    Huntsville’s H.E.A.R.T.S. Veterans Museum of Texas will host its “Pearl Harbor Remembrance Christmas Covered Dish Dinner & Annual Meeting.” The event is set for 6pm Dec. 7. Those planning to attend should bring a covered dish…

  • Trinity ISD Van Accident

    KTRE Channel 9 in Lufkin reports that 7-year-old Journey Magness, the daughter of Trinity County Sheriff’s Deputy David Magness, died in a Trinity ISD van accident on FM 1893 Thursday morning. The van was reported…

  • Senator Schwertner Files Bill on Federal E-Verify

    Monday, Senator Charles Schwertner (R-Georgetown) filed Senate Bill 254, legislation that would require all state contractors and subcontractors to utilize the federal E-Verify system in determining the legal work status of their employees.  E-Verify is…

  • Major Accident I-45

    At Around 8:15 this morning. The State of Texas operations center received an initial report of a road closure in Walker County.  Interstate Highway 45–all lanes, north and southbound, were closed due to a crash…

  • Officers in Texas, Missouri and Florida Shot Over Weekend

    San Antonio Police Chief William McManus reported in a press conference that 50-year-old Detective Benjamin Marconi was shot and killed during a traffic stop Sunday outside police headquarters. While the officer was in his vehicle…

  • TRINITY COUNTY “TOYS FOR TOTS”

    The Trinity VFW is once again sponsoring their annual “Toys for Tots” drive for Trinity County. Trinity 356 VFW will accept toys for their drive through December 3rd. This is the third year the Trinity…

  • Traffic Violations for Smartphone Usage

    For the 4th session in a row, Rep. Tom Craddick (Midland) filed a bill to create a traffic violation for smartphone use while driving. Rep. Craddick said distracted driving is an epidemic in Texas and…

  • Wild Horse & Burro Adoption Event Coming to Navasota

    The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will hold a wild horse and burro adoption event in Navasota, Texas, November 18-19, 2016.  The two-day event at the Grimes County Expo Center will feature dozens of outstanding…

  • Sen. Schwertner To Lead New Child Protection Work Group

    At the conclusion of Wednesday night’s Senate Finance Committee hearing, Senator Charles Schwertner (R-Georgetown) was tasked with leading the new Senate Workgroup on Child Protection, a subset of the Senate Finance Committee that will evaluate…

  • Teacher Fair at SHSU Today

    Students looking to go from the classrooms of Sam Houston State University to the classrooms of one of the thousands of schools across the state will have an opportunity to talk with some of those…