Articles Tagged “United States”

  • Ebola Update Tuesday

    The Houston Chronicle reports that the first person known to be infected with the Ebola virus while in the United States has been identified. She is 26-year-old nurse Nina Pham of Dallas. She helped treat…

  • SHSU Chief Kevin Morris Comments On KATSAFE

    University campuses across the United States have beefed-up security because of recent incidents. SHSU has a security notification system called KATSAFE. SHSU Police Chief Kevin Morris says, “Since its implementation, it has grown into a…

  • Border Issues Activity In Washington–Update

    The fate of Central American children who have been illegally entering the United States is under continual debate in Washington. Texas Senator John Cornyn has called on Majority Leader Harry Reid to bring the HUMANE…

  • Governor Perry Announces Troop Deployment To Border

    Texas Governor Rick Perry announced yesterday that he is deploying 1,000 National Guard troops to our border with Mexico. The Texas border has recently been overwhelmed by thousands of unaccompanied children from Central America illegally…

  • Governor Perry To Activate Texas National Guard

    State Senator Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa from McAllen says that Governor Rick Perry is preparing to announce that he will activate the Texas National Guard during a news conference today. The information is said to come…

  • Governor Perry Meets With President Obama On Border Issues

    Wednesday in Dallas, Governor Rick Perry spoke one-on-one about border security with President Obama aboard the president’s helicopter on the way from DFW Airport to Dallas Love Field. The president later characterized the meeting as…

  • Congressman Brady Explains Lawsuit Against The President

    You may have heard that the President of the United States is being sued. Congressman Kevin Brady explains why . . . . BRADSUIT6-30-14  

  • Congressman Brady on the Importance of Israel as an Ally

    Over the years, Israel has been a close ally of the United States. Our 8th District Congressman, Kevin Brady, comments . . . . BRADISRA3-14-14

  • “Wounded Warrior” Banquet Planning Underway

    The first annual Huntsville Wounded Warrior Banquet was held at the Walker County Fairgrounds in January 2010 with over 700 supporters in attendance. The event has grown each year since–with the 5th Annual banquet slated…

  • Chief Grisham Comments on Preventing Kitchen Fires

    It’s Fire Prevention Week through Saturday, and Walker County Firefighters are concentrating on preventing kitchen fires. Huntsville Fire Chief Tom Grisham tells us, “Over 3,000 people are killed in fires each year in the United…