Articles Tagged “Texas”

  • Lecture On Ebola This Afternoon

    With the death of the first Ebola patient in Texas and growing discussion in the news over the potential for the disease to spread, Sam Houston State University’s health service and promotion department will explore…

  • Voter ID Decision Put On Hold

    The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has reinstated the Texas Voter ID Law that a lower court judge had shot down recently. It is a temporary victory for proponents of the Photo ID measures implemented…

  • Halloween-pumpkins

    Halloween TRICKS & TREATS for you & your goblins!

    Take a look inside this post at a working list of the the creepy happenings in our area…

  • Ebola Update Tuesday

    The Houston Chronicle reports that the first person known to be infected with the Ebola virus while in the United States has been identified. She is 26-year-old nurse Nina Pham of Dallas. She helped treat…

  • HPD Detective Marvin Hyvl Honored By Crime Stoppers Organization

    HPD Detective Marvin Hyvl, who is in his 35th year with the Huntsville Police Department and in Crime Stoppers for many years, was named Crime Stopper Coordinator of the Year from among all the coordinators…

  • Beef Recall Press Release

    CLASS II RECALL                                    HEALTH RISK: LOW Congressional and Public Affairs Lauren Kotwicki (202) 720-9113 FSIS-RC-066-2014   TEXAS FIRM RECALLS GROUND BEEF PRODUCT DUE TO POSSIBLE FOREIGN MATTER CONTAMINATION   WASHINGTON, Oct. 4, 2014 – Sam…

  • AFSCME Union Makes Legal Move On TDCJ Prison Climate Issues

    A debate is underway to pressure Texas officials to solve what some feel are inadequate climate standards in the Lone Star state’s prison facilities. Local AFSCME Union president Lance Lowry comments on what’s underway .…

  • Ag Commissioner Staples On 4-H Membership

    Texas Ag Commissioner Todd Staples says 4-H is a great character building organization for kids . . . .   Staples likes the parents and adults involvement with kids. He says, “The more that parents…

  • College Of Criminal Justice 50th Anniversary

    SHSU’s College of Criminal Justice has been the center for the study of issues of justice in Texas for decades. And, they’re celebrating that fact. Publications Coordinator Beth Kuhles tells us more . . .…

  • Ag Commissioners Staples Invites Everyone To State Fair

    Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples welcomes visitors to the State Fair of Texas — the Lone Star State’s largest fair — and encourages fairgoers to celebrate the best of Texas at the Texas Department of Agriculture’s…