Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Trinity ISD Meets

    Trinity ISD board members will meet at six this evening in the Administration Building. Board members will hear a 2016 Trinity ISD Bond and Capital Improvement Project update by SZH Architecture. The Superintendent will also…

  • Mail-in Ballot Fraud Legislation up for Consideration at Upcoming Special Session in Austin

    In the upcoming special state legislative session, Rep. Craig Goldman and Sen. Kelly Hancock will present legislation they authored to crack down on mail-in ballot fraud. This is one of 20 items that Governor Abbott…

  • Children’s Program Monday’s at Library

    If you have children ages 2 or under, then Mother Goose Lapsit is a story time designed for you at the Huntsville Public Library. Held on Mondays at 10:30 a.m., it features a half hour…

  • Veterans Resource Fair

    The Huntsville Veteran Resource fair is scheduled for tomorrow. It will be held at the HEARTS Veterans Museum at 463 State Highway 75 in Huntsville from 10 AM to 3 PM. You’re invited to bring…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Wednesday a burglary of a vehicle was investigated in the 1200 block of Avenue O. A theft was reported in the 200 block of Wood Street. A…

  • Tropical Storm Cindy

    As of four this morning, Tropical Storm Cindy made landfall over southwest Louisiana.  Areas of rain and heavier rainbands around the center of Cindy Continue to develop and track across parts of that area. On…

  • City of Huntsville’s 4th of July Celebration Coming

    Mark your calendars. You can join the City of Huntsville and celebrate July 4th. The celebration is from 4 to 8 p.m. at Kate Barr Ross Park at 486 State Hwy 75 North in Huntsville. …

  • Bearkat Athletics Auction Ahead

    The 2017 Bearkat Athletics Auction, presented by the Bearkat Champions Fund, is just around the corner with this year’s event set to be held on Saturday, July 29th, at Bernard G. Johnson Coliseum. The event…

  • New Student Orientation

    On June 22-23, The New Student Orientation Program will host its first organized, purposeful, and positive introduction session of the summer for all new SHSU students and their families. These sessions help them become familiar…

  • Handel Beats Ossoff in Georgia

    Tuesday night , Republican Karen Handel won out over Democratic opponent Jon Ossoff in Georgia’s special election congressional race. Handel beat Ossoff 53 to 47 percent. The race beat all spending records for a House…