Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Congressman Brady Visits Huntsville

    Congressman Kevin Brady visited constituents at the Chamber of Commerce Headquarters Thursday afternoon. He talked about everything from the Federal Reserve to immigration. One of the many important areas he and other congressmen have to…

  • Shot in the Dark Golf Tournament

    Chamber of Commerce Events & Communications Manager Laura Green informs us that the 13th Annual Shot in the Dark Golf Tournament is coming up on Friday, May 6th . . . .   To reserve…

  • Federal Health Insurance Exchange Issues Discussed

    The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Subcommittee on Investigations held a hearing Thursday on the failure of federal health insurance exchanges. At the close of the meeting, Wisconsin Republican Senator Ron Johnson summed up…

  • Daylight Saving Time Coming

    Daylight Saving Time starts this weekend. Sunday at 2 AM, March 13th, clocks are to be turned forward 1 hour.

  • Mistrial Declared for Timothy Dennis Jr.

    The Huntsville Item reports that District Judge Hal Ridley declared a mistrial Wednesday because of Timothy Dennis Jr.’s right to a fair trial. Dennis was accused of being part of a home invasion robbery around…

  • Clinton-Sanders Debate

    There was a debate last night between Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, sponsored by Univision and the Washington Post. Clinton and Sanders face an important primary in Florida Tuesday. Univision’s Jorge Ramos…

  • Congressman Kevin Brady in Huntsville Today

    Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul has released a report, Terror Gone Viral. This report examines the 75, to date, ISIS-linked terrorist plots against the West—and plainly shows that the United States is overwhelmingly the…

  • Library Presents “Zoofari” Today

    There’s something happening for the kids at the library today. Children’s Coordinator Rachel McPhail tells us all about it . . . .   Ms. McPhail says sign-up is not required for this.

  • Loretta Lynch Comments on Josh Earnest’s E-mail Knowledge

    Apparently, it’s a mystery as to where White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest is getting his information about the Hillary Clinton e-mail investigation, even though he has commented on the issue. In a Justice Department…

  • Symposium Scheduled at SHSU

    The Sam Houston State University College of Humanities and Social Sciences will introduce faculty research topics related to medicine, humanities and social sciences during a one-day round table symposium on March 18. The interdisciplinary event…