Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts Visit SHSU Campus

    Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts from all over the state gathered on Sam Houston State University’s campus on April 30th for the seventh annual Scouts@Sam event. On-campus recruitment coordinator Christopher Arcos said,“Thanks to new facilities,…

  • Hacker “Guccifer” Claims He Hacked Hillary Clinton’s Email Server

    In a Fox News interview, a Romanian hacker who goes by the name of “Guccifer” claims he hacked the personal email account of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in 2013. He said it was…

  • Jalen Overstreet Indicted

    The Huntsville Item reports that SHSU Bearkat running back Jalen Overstreet, who was in 14 games last season, has been indicted by a Walker County grand jury on the state jail felony charge of credit…

  • One-Way Streets & Paid Parking Coming to SHSU

    It’s official now. The City Council voted this week to change Bearkat Boulevard and Bobby K Marks Drive in the SHSU area to one-way streets and put in paid parking spaces. There will be a…

  • Wine-Down Shop-Small Today

    Today, from 5 to 9 PM the Wine-Down Shop-Small event comes to Downtown Huntsville. Main Street Coordinator Lindsay Lauher tells us more . . . .   They’ll stop selling the pre-sale tickets at noon…

  • City Election Saturday

    The City of Huntsville will hold a special election on Saturday, May 7th, to elect a Councilmember-at-Large Position 1 candidate. All voting will be at the Walker County Annex, 1301 Sam Houston Avenue, from 7…

  • Texas Agri-Life Presentation Scheduled

    Texas Agri-Life extension agent Reg Leppley informs us that Extension Fisheries Specialist Dr. Todd Sink will join the Walker County Agri-life Extension office at 102 Tam Road in Huntsville to cover the management side of…

  • Congressman Brady Updates House Activity

    Our 8th district congressman Kevin Brady checks in on what’s going on in the House of Representatives . . . .

  • Trump & Sanders Win in Indiana

    Last night in the Indiana primary, Republican candidate Donald Trump won big and Senator Ted Cruz suspended his campaign . . . .   Trump won 53 percent of the vote in Indiana last night.…

  • City Council Moves Forward on Manufactured Home Issues

    One of the areas of major focus at last night’s City Council session were issues related to manufactured housing in the City of Huntsville. Director of Community and Economic Development, Aron Kulhavy, spoke to the…