Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • PATH Act to Go into Effect

    The “PATH” act, or Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes goes into effect the first of the year. Permanent extensions for tax relief for families and individuals include enhanced child, American opportunity and earned income tax…

  • Essential Oils Class Returns to Library

    Essential oils teacher, Melissa Gonzalez, returns to the Huntsville Public Library for an all new series of classes to discuss new topics on the use of essential oils. The first class will be held January…

  • Relief Effort Drive Underway for North Texas Storm Victims

    Efforts are underway to help those affected by the recent tornado devastation to sections of the North Texas area. Huntsville Police Department Community Service Officer Ryan Kaaa updates us . . . .

  • CBS News Says Justice Department to Investigate Blue Bell

    According to a story from CBS News, the Justice Department has begun investigating Blue Bell after their ice cream was reported to be linked to an outbreak of listeria that may have caused the death…

  • EMC Butch Davis Comments on Trinity River Issues

    We talked with Walker County Emergency Management Coordinator Butch Davis Tuesday. Of course, he’s been keeping an eye on flooding issues along the Trinity River in northern Walker County. It looks like that area will…

  • City Employees Share the Christmas Spirit

    The City of Huntsville Publication, “This Week in Huntsville,” reports that: “City employees raised $8,400 to donate to charity at this year’s bowling tournament. SAAFE House, the Senior Center of Walker County, the COME Center…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Monday three cases of theft were investigated–in the 2300 block of Avenue M, the 500 block of Avenue H and the 3600 block of Daisy Lane. On…

  • U-S Requests Release of Vladimir Bacallao from Cuban Jail

    This past July the United States established diplomatic relations with Cuba. So, now that that’s happened, how are things going with human rights in the island nation just south of us? In a state department…

  • “Affluenza” Teenager Found in Mexico

    That teenager from North Texas who had been serving probation for a drunken-driving accident that killed four people has been found in Mexico with his mother. His plea in the case had been “affluenza.” Law…

  • Local Shooting Update

    In an update on that shooting at the Republic apartments in the 1300 block of Smither Saturday afternoon, DPS Trooper Erik Burse informed us that it was accidental, following an investigation by the Texas Rangers.…