Articles Posted in the News Category

  • “A Wynne Home Nutcracker” Underway

    Sam Houston State University Professor of Dance Dana Nicolay along with SHSU dance students and alumni, will ring-in the holiday season hosting the third annual immersive production of “A Wynne Home Nutcracker.” The popular Christmas…

  • Senate Version of Tax Bill Passed

    Early Saturday morning, the U-S Senate passed their version of a new tax bill. Vice President Mike Pence announced the vote results . . . .   The bill lowers the corporate tax rate from…

  • CASA Registration and Information Meeting Tonight

    CASA, or the Court appointed Special Advocates of Walker, San Jacinto and Trinity Counties, will be having registration for volunteers from 5:30 to 6:30 tonight. You can find out about CASA tonight in the Flag…

  • Vehicle Burglary Tips

    It’s that time of the year when a lot of major shopping gets done for the holidays. Our guest on “Around Town” over the weekend, HPD Lt. Jim Barnes, passed along some tips to help…

  • Commissioners’ Court Special Session Today

    Walker County Commissioners will meet for a special session at the courthouse at 1:30 this afternoon. During the session, Commissioner White will discuss the Extra Territorial Jurisdiction agreement.

  • Huntsville City Council Finance Committee Meets Tomorrow

    The Huntsville City Council Finance Committee will meet in the City Council Conference Room at City Hall at 8:30 AM Tuesday, December 5th. The Finance Committee will hear presentations, discuss and may consider recommendations to…

  • Christmas Comes to New Waverly

    New Waverly firefighter Jimmy Williams informs us that Santa arrived in a shiny red Fire Truck at the New Waverly Fire Station Sunday afternoon. For the third consecutive year, Firefighters have made room in their…

  • Shabaz Andrews Sentenced to 40 Years

    The Huntsville Item reports that Wednesday District Judge Don Kraemer sentenced 24-year-old Shabaz Andrews to a 40 year prison sentence. He had pleaded guilty to first-degree felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. In December…

  • Senate Worked on Tax Bill Overnight

    Senate Republicans worked on the Republican tax bill overnight, considering changes. According to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, the next vote on the bill may come at 10 this morning our time.

  • SHSU’s Criminal Justice and Criminology Ranked Third Globally

    Sam Houston State University continues to move forward in excellence in the study of criminal justice. Communications manager Emily Binetti tells us all about it . . . .