Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • City Council Discusses Paid Parking Issue

    At this past week’s council session there was a “First Reading” presentation and discussion of the possible adoption of an ordinance creating paid parking spaces along University Avenue, 15th Street and Avenue I. During the…

  • Trinity ISD Meets Tonight

    The Trinity Independent School District will have their regular Board meeting at six this evening in the Administration Building. The Board will recognize students and faculty. Several reports will be delivered tonight—an update by SZH…

  • President Trump Big Hit at CPAC

    President Trump spoke at the 2017 Conservative Political Action Conference Friday to a very receptive crowd. He talked about removing illegal immigrants here who were involved in criminal behavior, rebuilding the economy and the military,…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Wednesday one person’s vehicle struck another vehicle and fled the scene at Bowers Boulevard and Sam Houston Avenue. In the 200 block of I-45 North, a person’s…

  • John Ray Falk, Jr. Pleads Guilty in Lufkin Trial

    The Huntsville Item reports that John Ray Falk, Jr., accused of being involved in the murder of TDCJ correctional officer Susan Canfield nine years ago during an escape attempt in Huntsville, pleaded guilty at a…

  • Pickup Truck Theft Up in Huntsville

    We talked to HPD Lt. Jim Barnes recently about crime in our area. We found out there is an uptick in pickup thefts. Lt. Barnes tells us more . . . .   To help…

  • Trump Meets with Major Manufacturing Firm CEO’s

    President Trump met with CEO’s from major manufacturing firms at the White House Thursday to get their input on deregulation, jobs, trade and tax reform. Before the dialogue began, the president talked about the manufacturing…

  • TSU Board of Regents Meet in Austin

    Sam Houston State University’s governing body—the Texas State University System Board of Regents—has given the go-ahead for an academic department reorganization and authorized the university to set room and board rates for the upcoming academic…

  • Congressman Brady Says House Republicans Have Laid-Out Rescue Plan for Failing Obamacare

    Congressman Brady says Republicans have recently laid-out a plan to rescue Americans from the failing Obamacare system . . . .

  • Mobile Blood Drive Today at SHSU

    The Student Legal and Mediation Services office, in collaboration with Residence Life, is hosting a mobile blood drive today from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. outside of the Johnson Coliseum. This event is an extension…