Articles Tagged “Wednesday”

  • HPD Seeking Help in Locating Missing Person

    Detectives with the Huntsville Police Department are asking for assistance in locating a missing person. Andy Sandoval of Huntsville was reported missing on Wednesday, March 26th, by members of his family. He was last seen…

  • Story Hour at the Library Today

    The Huntsville Public Library hosts Story Hour every Wednesday at 10:45 AM at the library.  This complimentary program promotes emergent reading skills for young children.  Story Hour includes stories, songs, dance and finger plays and…

  • Teacher Job Fair Planned Next Week at SHSU

    Future educators can return from Spring Break and jump right into the job search, with well over 100 potential employers coming to the SHSU campus for Career Services’ Spring Teacher Job fair on Wednesday, March…

  • Gas Explosion in New York Under Investigation

    That gas explosion Wednesday morning in New York’s Harlem district that flattened two apartment buildings has killed at least seven by last count, injured 70, and left several people unaccounted for. In recent weeks, residents…

  • HHS Secretary Sebelius Grilled over Obamacare at Ways & Means Hearing

    Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sibelius appeared before the House Ways & Means Committee for questioning about her agency’s 2015 budget Wednesday. According to the Wall Street Journal, to help pay for Health.gov’s construction…

  • Correction on Commissioners’ Court Special Session

    Walker County Commissioners’ Court Special Session will be Wednesday at 1:30 in the 3rd floor small District Courtroom instead of this afternoon at 1:30.

  • Congressman Brady Comments on Pro-Growth Tax Code

    A major overhaul of the 70,000-page federal tax code was introduced to citizen scrutiny Wednesday. The plan would reduce the present seven individual income tax brackets to only two–10% and 25%. A number of tax…

  • Sewing Group Honored at HEARTS Museum

    Wednesday afternoon, the HEARTS Veterans Museum got together with various volunteers for a luncheon to honor the ladies that make the lap quilts for the wounded warriors that they donate to Operation Military Embrace. In…

  • SHSU’s National Pan-Hellenic Council Taking Nominations

    In honor of Black History Month, Sam Houston State University’s National Pan-Hellenic Council is taking nominations for students, faculty and staff who have impacted the community and exemplify leadership skills to pay tribute to historic…

  • Suzanne Basso Executed

    Fifty-nine-year-old Suzanne Margaret Basso was executed at the Walls Unit at 6:26 last night. She was executed for the murder of a 59-year-old developmentally disabled man, Louis Buddy Musso, in 1998. Her motive was Musso’s…