Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Go Texan Crawfish Boil Ahead

    The Walker County Area Go Texan will serve up crawfish and catfish—for a cause—during its annual Crawfish Boil on Saturday, May 2. The event will offer all-you-can-eat crawfish, catfish, potatoes, corn and fries—while supplies last—from…

  • “Walk A Mile In Her Shoes” Coming Up

    SHSU Criminal Justice Graduate Student Organization spokesperson for the upcoming “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes,” Eric Cooke, tells us that the purpose of the event is to raise awareness about on-campus sexual assault. He…

  • SHSU ROTC Plans For Spring & Summer

    Our military is always on call to go to some part of the globe to help out in some kind of capacity, and our local university, SHSU, is doing their part in training future military…

  • Professor Mike Yawn On Appeals Court Visit

    The 10th Court of Appeals is coming to the SHSU campus again. SHSU Political Science Professor Mike Yawn fills us in . . . .

  • Commissioners’ Court Special Session

    Walker County Commissioners will meet for a special session at the courthouse this morning at nine. County Purchasing Agent Mike Williford will discuss for approval Fuel Cards issued by the Texas Council on Competitive Government…

  • Leatherland Sentencing Plea Deal Reached

    Thirty-seven-year-old Todd Leatherland pleaded guilty to first-degree murder in January of 60-year-old Linda Bradham at her home on FM 1374. This past week in 278th District Court in a regard to a plea bargain to…

  • Shooting In Huntsville Early Thursday Morning

    According to the Night Shift report sent to us from HPD, there was a shooting in the 1000 block of Avenue J early Thursday morning where unknown suspects shot two victims. According to the report,…

  • Major Fatal Accident In Salado Tied Up Traffic For Several Hours Thursday

    According to TxDOT, on Thursday around 11 in the morning a large tractor trailer hit a beam of the FM 2484 overpass bridge that was under construction in Salado on I-35.. This caused two beams…

  • Investigation of Lufthansa Co-Pilot Andreas Lubitz Continues

    An investigation of 27-year-old Andreas Lubitz, the man who is believed to have intentionally crashed a German airliner with 149 other people on board into the French Alps, continues. The German news paper Bild says…

  • TDCJ Pay Raise Under Consideration In Austin

    In our legislature in Austin, things seem to be moving forward for a pay raise for TDCJ correctional officers. We checked in with local AFSCME correctional officer union leader Lance Lowry, and he says, “The…