Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Hurricane Preparedness Info

    If you’re seeking information regarding hurricane preparedness this hurricane season, on the web you can find information at huntsvilletx.gov/readyhuntsville.

  • Bearkats Lose to Florida

    Sam Houston State’s run in the NCAA Tournament came to an end on Sunday as the No. 16 Florida State Seminoles scored a 19-0 win at Dick Howser Stadium to clinch the Tallahassee Super Regional.…

  • Sam Houston Baseball Team Bus Arrival Today

    The Sam Houston Baseball team buses are scheduled to arrive at the main entrance gates of Don Sanders Stadium between 12:30 and 1:00 this afternoon.

  • I-45 Detour Begins Tonight

    Weather permitting, this evening, June 9th, beginning at 8 PM, the Texas Department of Transportation’s contractor will close IH-45 and detour all interstate traffic to the frontage roads. IH-45 will merge down to a single…

  • Barbecue Fundraiser Today

    A barbecue fundraiser will be held today for the family of the late Craig Killingsworth in the parking lot at Dr. Dan Kelley’s Animal Hospital. The lot is located at 95 State Highway 75 North…

  • Forest Service Waives Day-use Fees for National Get Outdoors Day

    The National Forests and Grasslands in Texas are waiving fees at day-use recreation sites June 10 for National Get Outdoors Day. Camping fees remain in effect, but day-use fees will be waived on Saturday, June…

  • Comptroller Sales Tax Update

    Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced he will send cities, counties, transit systems and special purpose taxing districts $640 million in local sales tax allocations for June, 3.6 percent more than in June 2016. These allocations…

  • Bearkat Sendoff at 10:15 AM

    101.7 KSAM and 104.9 The Hits, along with SHSU Student Activities and the Walker County Alumni Association, invite everyone to a huge sendoff this morning at 10:15 for the SHSU Baseball team. The bus will…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Tuesday in a case of criminal mischief an unknown person damaged property in the 1700 block of Oak Bend. A theft was investigated in the 2000 block…

  • Senator Charles Schwertner’s Senate Bill 8 Signed by Governor

    Tuesday afternoon, Governor Greg Abbott officially signed Senate Bill 8, also known as the Pre-Born Protection and Dignity Act, into state law.  The sweeping legislation, authored by Senator Charles Schwertner and sponsored by Representative Cindy…