Articles Posted in the News Category

  • YMCA Offers Special Programs

    Now that school is about to get underway, the Huntsville Family YMCA has some more special things going on. Executive Director Sandra Clifton stopped by the newsroom to update us . . . .  

  • SHSU Students in for Long Haul

    Day and evening classes held both on and off campus begin on Wednesday, August 24th, at SHSU. We talked with SHSU President Dana Hoyt about the upcoming Fall Semester and told her it seems that…

  • Bearkat Mania is Coming

    Bearkat Mania, hosted by KSAM and 104-9 the Hits, on the campus of Sam Houston State will take place Wednesday, September 7th.  Each year, Bearkat Mania welcomes students back to town with a one-day event…

  • Accident on I-45 Southbound Results in Fatalities

    DPS reports that Monday afternoon eight vehicles were involved in a collision that happened at the 110 mile marker in the vicinity of the Sam Houston Statue and Visitor Center. An unidentified woman and her…

  • City Council Meets

    The Huntsville City Council will hold a regular session tonight at six at City Hall. Previous to the meeting, at 4:15 this afternoon, the council will convene in closed session to receive legal advice on…

  • HISD Accountability Ratings

    HISD says they are delighted with the work of students,staff, and parents of Huntsville Intermediate School as they Met Standard and have made the strides to move the school out of the Improvement Required rating.…

  • Councilmember Don Johnson Will Not Seek Re-Election

    Position #3 At-large councilmember Don Johnson has announced he will not seek re-election to the Huntsville City Council this year. He says he thanks “those of you who encouraged me to run years ago, and…

  • SHSU’s President Dr. Hoyt on Bearkat Athletics

    We talked with SHSU President Dr. Dana Hoyt about a number of topics Monday. One of the questions we asked her was, “How is Bearkat Athletics looking this year?” . . . .

  • Monday-Clinton Campaigns with Biden–Trump Delivers Foreign Policy Address

    In her campaign for the presidency, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton campaigned in the hometown of her father Hugh Rodham and the hometown of Vice President Joe Biden. Who was lending her his support. Biden…

  • Heavy Flooding in Louisiana Over Weekend

    Flooding has caused the deaths of at least four people in Louisiana. It’s been reported that over 20,000 people and several hundred of their pets have been rescued from the flood waters. Sunday, over 10,000…