Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Construction Projects Downtown & Traffic

    Huntsville City Secretary Lee Woodward informs us that, “The City of Huntsville is proceeding with a number of construction projects in the downtown area . . . .”   The city suggests leaving early and…

  • Halloween Driving Safety

    Today is officially Halloween. DPS offers the following tips to keep in mind while driving during Halloween: Don’t drink and drive. (Designate a sober driver or take a cab.) Eliminate distractions, including the usage of…

  • Congressman Brady Comments on IRS Email Issues

    Just this past week Congressman Kevin Brady reported, “The Treasury Department’s watchdog released a report recently on the IRS in their failure to modernize its e-mail system. “ He says, “This is something all federal…

  • SHSU Staff Council “Spooktacular Breakfast”

    The Sam Houston State University Staff Council will treat their colleagues to a hauntingly good time during its annual “Spooktacular Breakfast” this morning. Breakfast will be served from 8:30-10:30 a.m. in the small Lowman Student…

  • Breaking News: FBI Reopening Investigation into Hillary Clinton’s Emails

    In a letter to congress just being released today, FBI Director James Comey says he is reopening an investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails. In his letter to congress, Director Comey writes: “In previous congressional testimony,…

  • Early Voting Update

    Walker County elections manager Julie Cooper informs us that the total number of voters checked-in during early voting Thursday was 1,284.  This makes for a total of 5,753 voters checked-in during early voting in the…

  • Arrests Made in Connection with Skeletal Remains Discovery

    KBTX Channel 3 reports that Huntsville Police have arrested two individuals in connection with the September discovery of skeletal remains in the Huntsville area. The two individuals, who are now in the Walker County Jail…

  • Flag Dedication Ceremony Held Thursday at HEARTS Museum

    The HEARTS Veterans Museum held a Flag Dedication Ceremony Thursday morning, outside in front of the museum. A large crowd turned out for the ceremony. Command Sergeant Major US Army Retired Mark Robinson, executive director…

  • HPD Initiates DDACTS–Data Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety

    A new approach to dealing with crime and traffic safety is called “D-DACTS.” It’s initially underway in Huntsville. We talked with HPD Lt. Jim Barnes . . .   HPD Lt. Jim Barnes will be…

  • Sen. Schwertner To Lead New Child Protection Work Group

    At the conclusion of Wednesday night’s Senate Finance Committee hearing, Senator Charles Schwertner (R-Georgetown) was tasked with leading the new Senate Workgroup on Child Protection, a subset of the Senate Finance Committee that will evaluate…