Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Commercial Building Fire Put Out In New Waverly Over Weekend

    Saturday, New Waverly firefighters with the help of other fire departments, Huntsville and Montgomery County, put out a commercial building fire on Mabry Street in New Waverly. A mechanic’s shop was lost in the blaze,…

  • HISD’s Superintendent Dr. Wright Comments On Tech Devices As Educational Tools

    School starts soon. You might have noticed that computers, I-Pads and other electronic devices have become an important part of learning in public schools. We recently asked HISD Superintendent, Dr. Howell Wright, about how these…

  • Quail Coalition Banquet Ahead

    The 35th local Tu-Mile Quail Coalition Banquet will be this Friday at the Walker County Fairgrounds with doors opening at 6 PM and the banquet beginning at 7. Coalition Secretary Ashley Rolland tells us more…

  • Clinton E-Mails Remain Under Investigation

    According to a report published in the Washington Times, 60 of Hillary Clinton’s e-mails from during the time she was Secretary of State have been flagged by investigators through the end of July as containing…

  • HISD Superintendent Wright Comments On Accountability Ratings

    August 24th is the first day of school at HISD. We talked with HISD’s Superintendent, Dr. Howell Wright about the District’s recent accountability ratings on “Around Town” this past weekend . . . .  …

  • Congressman Brady Speaking In Huntsville Today

    Congressman Kevin Brady holds more than 50 town hall meetings a year and today has three events in Huntsville. He’ll be in Huntsville today to talk with Walker County Republican Women from 11:30 to 1…

  • SHSU & UT Tyler Pathway Engineering Degree Agreement To Be Signed

    Sam Houston State University Provost Jaimie Hebert and The University of Texas at Tyler Provost Amir Mirmiran will sign a memorandum of understanding that will provide an effective pathway for students at SHSU to earn…

  • “Welcome Week” Coming to SHSU

    Just a reminder to mark your calendars. It’s that time of year again, when new Bearkats and students returning to campus for the fall semester can get the full Sam Houston State University experience, with…

  • Outgoing Army Chief General Ray Odierno Makes Candid Comments On Iraq

    Besides outgoing Army Chief General Ray Odierno’s comments last week that “leaving some soldiers on the ground might have helped a little bit [in Iraq], might maybe prevented where we are now,” you may be…

  • More On Clinton E-mail Issues

    Recent information about top secret information being on presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s private email server have prompted suggestions that some member of her “inner circle” likely removed the classification markings–which is illegal. According to Fox…