A Huntsville High School student has been arrested after an unloaded handgun was found on campus this past week.
As the end of the year rolls around and prom draws nearer, the age-old question comes back to haunt the senior class once again: How will enough money be raised for prom to be successful?
Gas prices continue to tick up across the state with the current statewide average of $2.58 for a gallon of regular unleaded fuel, according to the AAA Texas Weekend Gas Watch. That price is four cents more than this day last week and is six cents more per gallon compared to this day last year.
Walker County home sales increased 9.7 percent in March while home prices rose, according to the Walker County housing market report released Wednesday by the Tall Pines Association of Realtors.
The city of Huntsville is looking to expand its footprint by nearly 32 percent into Walker County via seven annexation proposals that would account for more than 7,000 acres of land.
When 12 students and one teacher were killed at Columbine High School 20 years ago, it not only became what at the time was the worst high school shooting in U.S. history. It also marked when American society was first handed a script for a new form of violence in schools.
BOSTON – Popular legislation to ban tackle football in Massachusetts for kids through seventh grade has stirred vigorous opposition from youth league players, coaches and parents.
Harold Pullins often reminisces about the decades he’s owned his 27 acres a few miles north of Huntsville — hunting with his son, spending holidays there with his family and watching cows and horses graze in his near five acre pasture.
On the path to earning a degree, Sam Houston State University students spend approximately $1300 a year on textbooks, and these prices have increased more than three times the rate of inflation for decades, leaving many Bearkats without the funds to access required materials.
The Texas Senate broke a logjam Monday that had paralyzed a piece of priority legislation for weeks — blunting a controversial provision in its property tax reform package and then advancing the bill, without having to deploy a procedural “nuclear option” to move it.
A Kinesiology Sport Management project at Sam Houston State University will become a reality with students hosting the first annual College of Health Sciences Spirit Color Run on April 26. The event is open to the community.
Thursday was scheduled to be property tax day in the Texas House. Then it was rumored to be property tax day in the Texas Senate. And finally, it proved to be neither.
The National Institute of Mental Health recently awarded Anna Abate, graduate student in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program, with funding for her research project titled, “The Effect of Stereotype Threat in Police Encounters on Behavioral and Affective Outcomes.”
City planners on Tuesday unveiled their ideas for changing how people get around Huntsville in the future that include new lanes dedicated to bicycles and more space devoted to cars.
Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that the Public Integrity Unit of his Criminal Investigations Division arrested former San Jacinto County Judge John Lovett Jr., of Shepherd for impersonating a public servant, a third-degree felony.
The Texas House approved two new medical schools in Texas this week, one at Sam Houston State University and the other at the University of Houston, as reported by The Texas Tribune.
The City of Huntsville Main Street program has taken in the safety of citizens and rescheduled the Second Annual Bacon and Brew Fest for Saturday, April 27, 2019, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. in downtown Huntsville. The festival is free to attend and will include free bacon, a beer garden, arts and craft vendors, live music and a kids “pigpen” with bounce houses and other kid-friendly activities.
Growing up in a single-parent Hispanic household can be challenging. And while some, like Iris Martinez, have access to healthcare insurance and healthcare providers, others are not so fortunate.
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With great sadness the family of Kem K. Bishop, age 59 of Montalba, announces his passing on Friday, April 12, 2019. Kem was born April 29, 1959 in Houston, Tx. The "Amazing Kem" worked 23 years for Palestine Regional Medical Center. Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.
Sgt. Robert "Bobby" Lloyd Maddux, USMC, went home on April 6, 2019. He was born in Bryan, Texas on September 6, 1958. He was a life member of D.A.V., VFW and American Legion. He was proud to serve his country as a United States Marine. He served from 1980 to 1989. He is survived by his wife,…
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