Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Stabbing in Huntsville

    On Wednesday, December 13th, at approximately 11 PM, the Walker County Sheriff’s Office was dispatch to an assault-in-progress in the 100 block of Tanglewood Dr. in Huntsville. Deputies arrived  on the scene and located two…

  • Bearkats Take on the Bison Tonight

    The Sam Houston Bearkats took off in buses for the airport Thursday morning for their big game against the Bison. Their fans were intense . . . .   SHSU Director of Student Activities Brandon…

  • Speaker Ryan Looking Ahead to Benefits of New Tax Bill

    In his House Speaker Weekly Briefing Thursday, Paul Ryan was looking forward to the new tax bill being passed soon . . . .

  • Fire Chief Grisham on Outdoor Christmas Light Safety

    All kinds of safety issues crop up when getting your home ready for the holidays. Today, Huntsville Fire Chief Tom Grisham updates us on outdoor Christmas light safety . . . .

  • HPD Lt. Jim Barnes on I-45 Closure & Detour

    Huntsville Police Lieutenant Jim Barnes has this special I-45 closure and detour announcement for Friday night . . . . .

  • Tax Bill Conference Held Wednesday

    House Ways and Means Committee Chairman, and our congressman, Kevin Brady, chaired and opened Wednesday’s House-Senate Conference Committee on H.R. 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, with an outline of who the bill is…

  • Rosenstein Questioned by House Judiciary Committee

    Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein testified before the House Judiciary Committee Wednesday in regard to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation of the influence of Russia on the 2016 elections. GOP found bias in the investigation,…

  • Accident Updates from Firefighter Jimmy Williams

    New Waverly firefighter Jimmy Williams reports that early Tuesday evening, the Walker County Dispatch Center received a report of a head-on crash on State Highway 75 between Huntsville and New Waverly. Firefighters used their rescue…

  • Christmas Photo Site at Rather Park

    Looking for a location to take those last-minute Holiday family photos? The City of Huntsville has decorated John Henry Rather Park, 1221 University Avenue, with Christmas lights, including a tree of lights for residents to…

  • Jones Wins Alabama Senate Seat

    Voters in Alabama Tuesday night elected the first U-S Senator from the Democratic party in 25 years there. The Alabama Secretary of State reported Democrat Doug Jones with 49.92 percent of the vote and Republican…