Articles Tagged “Wednesday”

  • Clinton E-Mail Issues in the News Again

    A State Department Inspector General Report says that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton ignored federal records rules and guidelines for cybersecurity with her use of a personal email server for government business. The report…

  • Huntsville ISD to Host Round-Up for incoming Pre-K & Kindergarten Students

    It’s Huntsville ISD Pre-Kindergarten & Kindergarten Round Up time for Fall 2016 Enrollment. The district has planned a 2-day centralized event for Tuesday, May 17 and Wednesday, May 18 at the HISD Transportation Center located…

  • Willis ISD Closed Today

    Today, Willis ISD schools are still closed because of issues from Wednesday’s storm. The Administration facility is also closed today.

  • 10th Court Of Appeals Hearing In Huntsville

    SHSU’s Center for Law Engagement and Politics will host “Oral Arguments” for the 10th Court of Appeals starting at 10 o’clock Wednesday. Local residents are invited to attend one of the four sessions. Mike Yawn…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Wednesday two vehicle burglaries were investigated–both in the 3300 block of Old Houston Road. There was a report of an assault in the 2600 block of Milam…

  • HPD Seeking Information on Recent Shooting Incident

    During the early morning hours of Wednesday, March 30th, two City of Huntsville Police Department officers were working traffic on Highway 19, just north of the Highway 30 overpass. The officers heard several shots fired…

  • Man Asks for Probation in Stabbing Case

    The Huntsville Item reports that 41-year-old Huntsville resident Billy Roy Craft Jr., who was found guilty Wednesday of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for stabbing his girlfriend, has asked for probation. The man, including…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Tuesday a theft was investigated in the 800 block of Cherry Hills Drive. A vehicle burglary was reported in the 500 block of Palm Street. A theft…

  • Two HISD Principals Retire

    Long-time Huntsville ISD administrator Delanise Taylor has announced her plan to retire at the end of the 2015-2016 school year. Taylor has served as principal of Huntsville Intermediate School for the past two years, but…

  • Senator John Cornyn Comments on Supreme Court Nominees

    On Tuesday of this week our senator from Texas, John Cornyn, stuck by his opinion that the next supreme court associate justice should be nominated by the next president. Senator Cornyn read from letters agreeing…