Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on Friday’s day shift police were dispatched to the 1400 block of Avenue O in a case of electronic message harassment. On the night shift Friday, a commercial burglary in the…

  • Heart Of Huntsville Project

    In our studios recently, along with participating SHSU students, political science professor Mike Yawn filled us in on one of the local cultural improvement endeavors the Center for Law, Engagement and Politics is involved in…

  • South Carolina Flooding

    More than a foot of rain fell overnight as hundreds of flood victims had to be rescued Sunday in South Carolina.  Rescue workers waded through waters up to their waste. A 70-mile length of Interstate…

  • General Election — Important Dates

    In regard to the November 3rd, 2015 General Election, here are some important dates– The last day to register to vote is today. The first day of early voting will be Monday, October 19th. The…

  • Fall Teacher Job Fair At SHSU

    SHSU Career Services marketing and events coordinator Mitch Parker updates us on a special event coming up at the university this week . . . .

  • LEAP Center Students Participate In “Moot Court”

    Students at SHSU who are involved with the Center for Law, Engagement and Politics take part in various activities which enrich their college intellectual experience. The LEAP students have a Moot Court team. Student participant…

  • Congressman Brady Comments On Cutting Government Red Tape

    The House has moved forward recently in trying to cut down on government red tape. Congressman Kevin Brady tells us all about it . . . .

  • Senator Cornyn Comments On Issues Related To Planned Parenthood Videos

    Recently from the floor of the U-S Senate, our Senator from Texas John Cornyn said the videos in regard to Planned Parenthood and the sale of human baby tissue “have served one important role and…

  • Ag Commissioner Sid Miller Talks About Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association

    Walker and surrounding counties encompass a number of farms and ranches and many a cattle raiser. Texas Ag Commissioner Sid Miller says the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association “was founded by 40 cattlemen in…

  • Hurricane Joaquin Off East Coast Of U-S

    Flooding as a result of Hurricane Joaquin is forecast to impact locations from South Carolina to Massachusets. Forecasters have said it was unlikely that it would make landfall. On the east coast, coastal flooding, strong…