Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • U-S Raises Level of Military and Diplomatic Efforts Toward North Korea

    The United States and South Korea have agreed to raise to a higher level military and diplomatic efforts to counter North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs, saying they presented a “grave” security threat after repeated…

  • Library Features Space Program Tonight

    The Huntsville Public Library has a special program scheduled for tonight that would be a great thing to take the kids to. Children’s Coordinator Rachel McPhail fills us in . . . .

  • Butterfly Festival & Fall Plant Sale

    The big Butterfly Festival and Fall Plant Sale presented by the Walker County Master Gardeners takes place between 8 and 2 tomorrow. It all happens at the headquarters of the Master Gardeners on Tam Road…

  • Dr. Aggarwal Talks about Heart Walk

    The big Heart Walk fundraising event is coming up next month. Huntsville Memorial Hospital Cardiologist Dr. Aggarwal stopped by the newsroom this week and updated us . . . .

  • All Veteran Career Fair Coming to Houston

    RecruitMilitary helps military veterans and military spouses connect with employers that seek to attract, hire and retain America’s best talent RecruitMilitary and Disabled American Veterans will host an All Veteran Career Fair.  This is a…

  • Last Night’s Debate

    In Las Vegas, the accusations flew back and forth in last night’s third and final debate between presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Clinton called Trump “dangerous. He said she was “nasty.” Moderator Chris…

  • Fire Burns Down Barn

    The Huntsville Item reports that in a fire that destroyed a barn on Twin Creek Drive off of FM 405 south of  Riverside no one was injured. The Watson family was not present when the…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on Tuesday’s day shift, a vehicle was reported stolen in the 700 block of I45 South when a known suspect failed to return a vehicle. On Nance Circle, police investigated a…

  • Community Plan Meeting Ahead

    A special meeting regarding the community is scheduled this week. Grant Coordinator Sherri Pegoda tells us all about it . . . .

  • Congressman Brady Comments on “Overtime Rule”

    Congressman Kevin Brady reports the Department of Labor’s pending “overtime rule is a bad one and has a lot of bad consequences.” He says, “Local businesses, hospitals, non-profit organizations and universities have all spoken out…