Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • SHSU Professor’s Work To Be Featured In Newseum

    The Newseum in Washington, D.C. is a museum that provides the public with dynamic, engaging and interactive exhibits that encourage the exploration of stories from the past and present through the eyes of the media,…

  • Robert Daniel Rodriguez Sentenced For Aggravated Kidnapping

    Thirty-one-year-old Robert Daniel Rodriguez was sentenced to 30 years in prison for aggravated kidnapping Friday for assaulting a woman who used the pseudonym Lena in court for identity protection. DNA evidence was found on the…

  • Early Voting Results

    The total number of voters checked-in for the last day of early voting Friday was 376. This makes for a total of 2,293 voters checked-in during early voting in Walker County.

  • Royals Win Series

    After 30 years, the Royals did it again. The Kansas City Royals won the world series last night over the New York Mets 7 to 2. Game 5 went for 12 innings.

  • Veterans Day At SHSU

    Veterans Day will be here soon. Our guest this weekend on Around Town was SHSU’s Military Science Department Chair, Lt. Col. Robert McCormick. Lt. Col. McCormick has informed us his department will be celebrating the…

  • SHSU Career Services Events Scheduled

    SHSU Career Services Assistant Director Cenaiyda Carranza informs us that there will be special career oriented events coming up this week at the university. The sessions will take a look at careers in business and…

  • Wynne Home Activities Ahead

    There are always a lot of fun and educational things to do at the Wynne Home in Huntsville. Cultural services coordinator Linda Pease will be filling us in over the next several days on what’s…

  • Beware Of New Phone Scam

    Citizens are advised to beware of phone scams involving law enforcement, particularly callers who use the names of local law enforcement officials, such as the Chief of Police. The City of Huntsville recently became aware…

  • Early Voting Update

    The total number of voters checked-in for early voting Thursday was 320. This makes for a total of 1,917 voters checked-in during early voting in Walker County. Early voting ends today at 5 PM at…

  • “More God, Less Crime” Event Ahead At Prison Museum

    Coming up on November 7th, First United Methodist Church Associate Pastor Mark Pickett tells us they will be hosting a “More God Less Crime” Conference at the Texas Prison Museum that begins at 10 AM.…