BEVERLY, Mass. — Enormous amounts of addictive narcotics are stolen from U.S. hospitals every year and no federal agency is tracking the problem with a national data base, a special report by the Salem News in Massachusetts has disclosed.
LE CENTER, Minn. – A Japanese samurai sword received for payment of construction work by a local contractor has turned out to be more than 400 years old and considered special in its home land.
CULLMAN COUNTY, ALA. — One of the five employees of the Henry Pratt Co. plant in Aurora, Illinois, killed Friday by a co-worker grew up in Holly Pond, Alabama. He was identified as plant manager Josh Pinkard, 37.
RUSSIAVILLE, Ind. -- For the last four years, Bailey Brazzel has gone to Carver Tax Service in this tiny Indiana town to have her taxes done by Nancy Fivecoate, who runs the business.
WILLIS – The shovels hitting the dirt this morning marked a new chapter for reliable, affordable energy across Southeast Texas. Entergy executives, elected officials and community leaders gathered to celebrate a groundbreaking marking the ceremonial start of construction on the Montgomery County Power Station.
The search for the finest foods and beverages in the Lone Star State continues with the Sixth Annual H-E-B Primo Picks Quest for Texas Best contest. The call for entries is now open, submissions will be accepted Wednesday, February 27th through Friday, April 5th. Participants will compete for a combined $70,000 in cash prizes and the opportunity to feature their product on H-E-B shelves across the state.
Officers with the Huntsville Police Department have apprehended a man accused of sexually assaulting, kidnapping and robbing a female at gunpoint over a week ago.
A state politician that serves Walker County is pursuing regulation that will require a public vote for any municipal annexation, involving populations over 200 people.
Walker County students will be able to take the law into their own hands in April as county officials plan to host the inaugural mock commissioners court.
The Sam Houston State University Department of Theatre and Musical Theatre presents the first act of the spring season in a compelling onstage production of Stephen Adly Guirgis’, “Our Lady of 121st Street.” The show, running Feb. 20-23 in the Erica Starr Theatre, is a funny, raw and moving performance, set in modern-day Harlem.
ST. PETER, Minn. — A female security guard at the state sex offender treatment center here has been charged with sexually assaulting a male patient committed as a sexually dangerous person.
The New Waverly City Council approved a resolution Tuesday evening, authorizing the acceptance of a Texas Community Development Block Grant in the amount of $350,000.
Fifth grader Gabrielle Chen approached her first regional spelling bee with confident recitations at this year’s Zone 8 Spelling Bee Tuesday evening at Huntsville High School, as she secured first place during the two-hour competition.
Although both men are already well known around campus, the Texas State University System recently recognized two Sam Houston State employees for going above and beyond their job descriptions. Bill Jasper, professor of mathematics education, and Mac Woodward, director of the Sam Houston Memorial Museum, recently received the 2018 TSUS Regents’ Awards.
METHUEN, Mass. – A 12-year-old boy student has been arrested and charged for making an online threat to “shoot up” a local grade school and target an undisclosed employee, Methuen Police reported Monday.
SALEM, Mass. – The Democratic congressman who led a failed attempt to topple Nancy Pelosi as speaker of the House says he may join the increasingly crammed crowd of candidates seeking his party’s presidential nomination.
While the Secretary of State has placed a heavy focus on voter registration and cyber security initiatives, election officers in Walker County are taking steps to replace a near 25-year-old voting system.
A Huntsville man was indicted last week on 10 counts of possession of child pornography and sexual indecency with a child stemming from June 2017.
IRONTON, Ohio – Police in this Ohio River town report a 2-year-old boy died from an apparent drug overdose and that they have arrested a 36-year-old man in connection with the case.
Nearly 44 percent of all traffic stops in Walker County involved minority drivers, according to the state-mandated racial profiling report that was released last month.
ALBANY, N.Y. -- New York Democrats stood firmly in support of the state's new, broader abortion law Wednesday in the aftermath of President Donald Trump’s scathing criticism that it is an assault on the right to life.
ALBANY, N.Y. -- New York Democrats stood firmly in support of the state's new, broader abortion law Wednesday despite President Donald Trump’s scathing criticism of it as an immoral assault on the right to life.
Huntsville City Council took no action on Tuesday in response to a request for nearly $1.5 million of local funding for rebuilding and resurfacing several city streets.
The Sam Houston State University Department of Dance will present an evening-length concert fully produced by the graduate students. The Master of Fine Arts candidates create work that showcases an eclectic range of vision, talent and hard work.
Sam Houston State University alumni Adrian Lopez and Dominic Pecikonis are quickly making great strides in their careers. The two theatre and musical theatre graduates were recently cast in the Broadway production of “SPAMilton,” a parody of the hit show “Hamilton.”
Congressman Kevin Brady (R-TX-08) congratulated D’Anne Emmett Spence of Huntsville, Texas, as she was promoted to the rank of Colonel of the United States Air Force, and invited her to be his guest at the State Of The Union Address.
A community’s collective dream to brighten the future for local youths will soon become a reality as the new $2.5 million Boys & Girls Clubhouse nears completion.
The Huntsville Independent School District is continually looking to ensure more students are ready to enter college or the workforce following their high school careers.
- Decorated veteran “Bear” Bryant dies at 75
- Ivins honored to officiate a sacred bond of love
- Police arrest Palestine teacher for inappropriate relationship with student
- Volunteer firefighter runs for Elkhart mayor
- Local leaders oppose emergency; state, federal reps back Trump
- Morris wants back on tow rotation
- City considers cash rewards for turning in code violators
- Council to hear from residents on hospital site
- Police Department wants bigger digs
- City awarded $250,000 for water and sewer upgrades