Articles Tagged “Wednesday”

  • More Clinton Email Issues Surface

    Emails released Wednesday that were on Hillary Clinton’s private email server while she was secretary of state show that Russia-linked hackers attempted at least five times to probe her private email account. It has not…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Monday a known suspect assaulted a victim with a knife in the 2200 block of Bobby K. Marks Drive. A commercial business was burglarized in the 700…

  • KATS Safety Bash Scheduled This Week

    SHSU Police patrolman Jeff Butterworth informs us that on Wednesday, the 23rd, from 6 PM to 8 PM in the Bower Stadium parking lot the Kats Safety Bash will take place. It gives the community…

  • SHSU Career Expo Coming Up

    SHSU Career Services marketing and events coordinator Mitch Parker tells us that Career Expo, an all-majors career fair, will be this Wednesday, September 23rd, in the Johnson Coliseum from 10 AM to 2 PM .…

  • SHSU Student Reportedly Criticizes Slain Harris County Deputy In Tweet

    According to a story on the Houston Chronicle website, Sam Houston State University student Monica Foy has been receiving a lot of flak lately for a tweet she allegedly sent out following the shooting death…

  • Welcome Week For Wednesday At SHSU

    Welcome Week at SHSU continues in celebration Wednesday. Assistant Director for the Department of Student Activities Brandon Cooper fills us in . . . .

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Wednesday, a pedestrian suffered minor injuries after being struck by a vehicle at Bowers Boulevard and Avenue J. In a major accident in the 2500 block of…

  • COMPTROLLER’S TAX SEMINAR

    The Comptroller’s office will conduct 18 free taxpayer seminars across the state this month and August. At these seminars, taxpayers can learn how to properly fill out tax forms and file and pay taxes electronically.…

  • Madisonville Officer Found “Not Guilty”

    The Huntsville Item reports that Gary Laws, a former Madisonville police officer, was found not guilty Wednesday in the Walker County Court of Law in regard to a charge of cruelty to non-livestock animals. The…

  • Flood Victim Assistance Update

    As we’ve been informing you for a few days, donations can be dropped off locally here in Huntsville for Trinity River flood victims at First United Methodist Church Youth Building at the corner of 10th…