Articles Tagged “Wednesday”

  • Man Charged with Attempted Capital Murder of a Police Officer

    The Huntsville Item reports that Precinct #4 Justice of the Peace Stephen Cole signed a bond for $500,000 Thursday for 21-year-old Houston man Brandon Duane McDaniel. Judge Cole set a high bond due to McDaniel’s…

  • Early Voting Update

    Walker County elections manager Julie Cooper reports the total number of voters checked-in during early voting Wednesday, November 1st was 194; this makes for a total of 1,275 voters checked-in during early voting in the…

  • Shop Small-Shop Local Campaign Underway in Huntsville

    Huntsville’s Main Street Coordinator Debbie Charbonneau told us Wednesday that Downtown Huntsville businesses are participating in a brand new Shop Small-Shop Local campaign for the month of November. Many of the downtown businesses are inviting…

  • President Trump Seeks to End Diversity Lottery System

    Addressing reporters before a cabinet meeting Wednesday, President Trump expressed his intention to end the diversity lottery program that permitted the New York terrorist suspect into the United States who ran over 8 people with…

  • Huntsville Truck and Tractor Broken Into

    The Huntsville item reports that HPD says that around 5 Wednesday afternoon to 7:25 in the morning Thursday, unknown persons cut a padlock and made their way into Huntsville Truck and Tractor on Highway 30…

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    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Wednesday a commercial burglary was investigated in the 2100 block of State Highway 30 East where burglars entered a building and took property and a vehicle. An…

  • New Publication Coming for Walker County Historical Commission

    Tuesday, Donna Coffen informed Walker County Commissioners that the Walker County Historical Commission has a new publication they will be offering . . . .   Ms. Coffen said they will have books for sale.…

  • Republicans Talk about Disaster Supplement

    House Republican leaders held a press conference Wednesday to mostly talk about new aid to help hurricane and wildfire victims. Puerto Rican delegate Jennifer Gonzales addressed reporters on the devastation in Puerto Rico . .…

  • Nevada Sheriff Assumes Las Vegas Shooter Had Help at Some Point

    Fox News reports that Clark County, Nevada Sheriff Joseph Lombardo assumes Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock had “some help at some point.” The sheriff was referring to the fact that Paddock had a large arsenal,…

  • Williams Murder Trial Begins

    The Huntsville Item reports that a jury of eight men and six women, which includes two alternates, started hearing testimony Wednesday in the first-degree murder trial of 21-year-old Treveon Deon Williams in 278th Judicial District…