Articles Posted in the News Category

  • TDCJ Director Bryan Collier’s Update on TDCJ Pay

    Our guest on “Around Town” over the weekend was TDCJ’s new executive director Bryan Collier. We asked him if he could update us on any possible pay increases ahead for employees . . . .…

  • “Be the Match” Drive

    Sam Houston State University faculty, staff and students can join the more than 2,900 Bearkats who have registered to “Be The Match” during a drive today (26th) through Thursday (Sept. 29). Registration tables will be…

  • More Bond Tours Ahead

    The City of Huntsville has been conducting tours of facilities which are in need of improvement and are included in propositions for bonds that will be voted on in November. Tours have already been conducted…

  • Trinity ISD Meets

    The Trinity Independent School District will hold their regular board meeting at six this evening in their administration building. Board members will recognize students and staff. Vanessa Franklin will give an ESL program review. The…

  • Long Term Disaster Recovery Committee Looking for Volunteers

    Walker County’s Long-Term Disaster Recovery Committee is looking for individuals, groups, businesses and churches to assist residents after local disasters. Volunteers are asked to come out and share their talents to the community in times…

  • Update on Recent Shooting Incidents in Charlotte and Tulsa

    There were protestors in Charlotte, North Carolina last night for the third evening regarding the shooting of 43-year-old Keith Lamont Scott earlier in the week. The protests were not at the level of violence and…

  • Wynne Home Celebrates Special Day Today

    The Wynne Home Arts Center is commemorating a special day today. City of Huntsville Cultural Services Coordinator Linda Pease tells us all about it . . . .

  • TDCJ’s Bryan Collier on Number of TDCJ Employees, Facilities and Offenders

    We had the opportunity to talk to TDCJ’s new executive director Bryan Collier recently and asked him to update us on the number of facilities they operate, the number of offenders they house and how…

  • House Speaker Ryan Talks about “Midnight Rule” Efforts

    In his weekly press conference, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan says he and his colleagues are moving forward in dealing with the “Midnight Rule.” Midnight regulations is a term for U-S federal regulations which…

  • Quanta Services Offers Course Help at SHSU

    A multimillion-dollar partnership established between Sam Houston State University’s Department of Agricultural Sciences and Engineering Technology and Houston-based Quanta Services will provide a unique opportunity for SHSU students to enhance their leadership abilities and workforce…