SHSU tests KatSafe tornado warning system
The suck zone. It's the point basically when a twister sucks you up , but it doesn't happen too often in Huntsville.
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Huntsville Soccer - Seizing opportunities
Willis had revenge on its mind, taking on the Huntsville boys Wednesday night at Pritchett Field.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Huntsville City Council discusses Kroger Superstore
The fate of an ongoing project to relocate the current Kroger in Huntsville and expand it into a superstore was a topic of concern at Tuesday's Huntsville City Council meeting.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
ASU announces 2014 Football schedule
Stillman returns to the Turkey Day Classic for the second straight year, and will be played on Saturday, November 22, one of three non-conference opponents on the Alabama State schedule.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Lt. Jimmy Womack of Paris Police Department completes program on law enforcement administration
Lt. Jimmy Womack of the Paris Police Department recently graduated from the Leadership Command College - Class 70 of the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
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Huntsville runner grabs international opportunity
In only her freshman year, Huntsville distance runner Blake Thomason qualified for the state cross country meet in 2013 by placing seventh in the Class 4A Region III meet.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Flesh-eating bacteria claims fisherman's life after Lake Conroe trip
HOUSTON A fisherman, who suffered a seemingly minor scrape during a Sunday outing on Lake Conroe, has died from an infection of flesh-eating bacteria.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
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Rodeo Insider: Saddle bags filled up, big-money shows next
Pro rodeo competitors will fill their saddle bags with big money this weekend at AT&T Stadium.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Shsu's Upd Core looks to bridge gap with students
After a 10-hour patrol night shift, Sam Houston State University police officers typically return to their homes to rest, workout or file paperwork.
Mullet Over: The most effective way to eat spaghetti
A special team is being assembled in order to construct and test a car that will travel at 1,000 mph.
Ever Pass Out Drunk And Wake Up Making Out With A Homeless Man? This Guy Did
Usually, it involves waking up in bed next to someone you don't know, then heading home with your head in your hands while wearing last night's disheveled party outfit.
The Hideout: John Slaughter among the performers at rodeo's after-party
John Slaughter has a baby due in March, but the Huntsville singer has no plans to slow down.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
New Sears Appliance & Hardware Store Opens in Huntsville
Local Retailer Offers Top Brand Home Appliances and Hardware at Guaranteed Lowest Price; Hosts Grand Opening Celebration February 28 Through March 1 With Discounts and Special Giveaways The new store, which will provide customers with access to a full suite of top brand home appliance merchandise and hardware at the lowest prices via the Company's ... (more)
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Thu Feb 13, 2014
A Killer Burger At The Huntsville Cafe
Congratulations! You're in the inner circle. One of your pieces has been selected as an Editor's Choice article! Elena and I are considering taking a trip to the Houston area in August.
Tue Feb 11, 2014
Fri Feb 07, 2014
Winter is right time to start thinking about about summer heat in Texas prisons
In the days following bone-chilling temperatures - accompanied by snow and ice - across much of Texas, it's easy not to focus on the summer months in the Lone Star State when the mercury often lingers above the 100-degree mark.
Fourteenth woman executed in the U.S. since 1976
She was pronounced dead in Huntsville, Texas, Wednesday. , whose battered and lacerated body, washed with bleach and scoured with a wire brush, was found in a ditch outside Houston.
Rolling back prices and crime rates study
New research findings show that drops in crime rates are less where Wal-Mart builds, according to the study, " Rolling back prices and raising crime rates? The Wal-Mart effect on crime in the United States ," released last month in the British Journal of Criminology .