Articles Tagged “Facebook”

  • Governor Greg Abbott Signs Bill Against Sanctuary Laws

    Sunday, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed a bill which prohibits Texas’ cities and counties from enacting “sanctuary” laws that stop law enforcement officers from asking about the immigration status of any person they detain. Governor…

  • Huntsville High School Booster Club Fundraiser

    The Huntsville High School Swim Team Booster Club is having a fund raiser for the team by having a Little Swimmers Swim Clinic this Saturday, May 6th at the Huntsville Aquatic Center. Huntsville High School…

  • Student from Somalia Injures 11 at Ohio State

    Monday at Ohio State University, a student from Somalia injured 11 people in an attack on a crowd of campus pedestrians. Eighteen-year-old Abdul Razak Ali Artan drove his car into the crowd outside an engineering…

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    Let’s Socialize!

    Did you know that both 101.7 KSAM, and Huntsville’s 104.9 The Hits are on Twitter and Facebook? Well, we are! If you haven’t done so, you definitely need to “Follow” us on Twitter and “Like” us on…

  • Baldwin Trial Continued Wednesday

    The Huntsville Item reports that the aggravated assault with a deadly weapon trial of 32-year-old Ira James Baldwin continued in 278th Judicial district Court Wednesday. Jurors heard the testimony of Lee’Wayna Ferguson who said Baldwin…

  • Crime Stoppers Seeking Information

    Crime Stoppers is assisting the Texas Department of Public Safety seeking information on a traffic accident occurring on April 26, 2016 around 3pm. The accident occurred near the 108 mile post marker of Interstate 45…

  • I-10 Closed at Texas-Louisiana Border Due to Rising Flood Waters

    AUSTIN – Due to continued flooding from excessive rainfall along the Texas-Louisiana state line, the Texas Department of Transportation has closed Interstate 10 near the state line. All motorists who are driving eastbound to Louisiana…

  • Trinity Police Tweet Goes Viral

    A photo, originally sent out as a tweet by the Trinity Texas Police Department, has gone viral on the internet. The photo shows Trinity Police Chief Steven Jones and Officer Donald Givens, a white and…

  • FEMA Says Walker County May Now Apply for Disaster Aid Funds

    According to a press release from FEMA Wednesday, the agency has extended federal disaster aid to include 51 additional Texas counties. This amendment provides for supplemental funding for infrastructure repairs in the wake of May’s…

  • City Issues Press Release On Sonic Drive-in Issue

    On Tuesday, June 2, the City of Huntsville Health Division received a complaint via the City’s online Report It! system, concerning a Facebook post about a banana shake containing parasites, purchased from the Sonic on…