Articles Tagged “Wednesday”

  • 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…

  • Early Voting Update

    Walker County Elections Manager Julie Cooper reports that the total number of voters checked-in during early voting Wednesday was 1,414. This makes for a total of 4,469 voters checked-in during early voting in the November…

  • Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony at Trump International Hotel in D-C Held Wednesday

    An official ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C. was held Wednesday. It was a prime piece of real estate that needed to be renovated–the old U-S Post Office. Trump’s family was…

  • Bubba Miller Comments on SHSU Rodeo Team Sked

    SHSU Rodeo Coach Bubba Miller dropped by the news room Wednesday with a couple of his rodeo athletes. He filled us in on a couple of the events coming up for the rodeo team .…

  • Man Arrested in Connection with Classified Info

    The U-S Department of Justice announced Wednesday that a contractor who worked for Booz Allen Hamilton, the same cyberoperations company that Edward Snowden worked for, was arrested in connection with the theft of classified hacking…

  • More Bond Tours Ahead

    The City of Huntsville has been conducting tours of facilities which are in need of improvement and are included in propositions for bonds that will be voted on in November. Tours have already been conducted…

  • Update on Recent Shooting Incidents in Charlotte and Tulsa

    There were protestors in Charlotte, North Carolina last night for the third evening regarding the shooting of 43-year-old Keith Lamont Scott earlier in the week. The protests were not at the level of violence and…

  • I-45 Accident Wednesday Results in Fatality

    Regarding that traffic tie-up on I-45 we were telling you about Wednesday morning, an accident along the Interstate near FM 1696 north of Huntsville took the life of a truck driver for UPS. Around 2:30…

  • Bond Issue Vote Ahead–New Facilities Sought by Police, Fire and Others

    On August 16th, the Huntsville City Council voted unanimously to pass an ordinance calling a bond election containing three propositions. Huntsville residents will be asked to go the polls Tuesday, November 8th, to consider authorizing…

  • Bond Election Facility Tours

    The City of Huntsville invites you to attend public facility tours for all facilities included in the November Bond Election. You will have the opportunity to see each building, hear from City staff and ask…