- Teen mom claims she has killed at least 22 people in five states, including Texas
Community members go on three-hour tour of aging Huntsville schools
A handful of citizens had a chance Saturday to see for themselves what Huntsville school district administrators have been clamoring about for more than a year concerning rundown campus facilities.
Unique reunion makes everyone happy at HEARTS Veterans Museum
One of the things on Linda Woltkamp’s bucket list was to finally meet her father’s pilot from their days serving in the United States Army Air Force during World War II.
Woltkamp’s father Fred died nearly four years ago, but not without making it known to his children that former Walker County Judge Charles Wagamon was “the one who brought him home.”
VIDEO: DUI checkpoint video goes viral
A video posted to YouTube went viral after a driver met resistance (and returned it) from police at a DUI checkpoint.
TDCJ end final meal requests
In a letter to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice on Thursday, Sen. John Whitmire demanded ending final meal request for death row inmates.
Expect influx for Tuesday execution
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice expects an influx of media into Huntsville – along with death penalty protesters – Tuesday evening as the state prepares to execute a former gang member convicted in the brutal slayings of two Houston teens.
- Banquet pays homage to emergency personnel The Emergency Personnel Banquet will be held Saturday and the memory and great heart of the late Judge James Pasket of New Waverly lives on with the event.
- Friends of Huntsville State Park remember the 200 African-Americans who built a local landmark To celebrate Black History Month, the Friends of Huntsville State Park are putting together an exhibit about the 200 black workers who built the park during the Great Depression.