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ATTEMPTED ROBBERY OF ARMORED VEHICLE AT CHASE BANK TUESDAY MORNING–ONE SUSPECT STILL AT LARGE

Local law enforcement authorities implemented a manhunt in Willis Tuesday following the attempted robbery of an armored vehicle at the Chase Bank on I-45 and FM 1097 in Willis. A Brinks guard fatally shot one of the robbery suspects. The attempted robbery occurred around nine Tuesday morning. One of the suspects fled into nearby woods.…read more »

CITY COUNCIL DISCUSSES FOOD TRUCK REGULATION

A draft ordinance for food trucks in Huntsville was a major topic for discussion at the Huntsville City Council’s regular session last night. The food trucks would be denied access to operate in the downtown area. The ordinance is loaded down with regulations for those interested in operating a food truck business in Huntsville, including…read more »

TUESDAY’S IMPEACHMENT INQUIRY

The first two witnesses called in the continuing House Impeachment Inquiry hearings Tuesday morning were aide to Vice-President Pence Jennifer Williams and National Security Council Aide Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman. Both felt the president’s interest in political investigations of the Bidens in regard to their dealings in the Ukraine as “improper” and out of the…read more »

TEXAS GENERAL LAND OFFICE VISITS NEW WAVERLY TO CELEBRATE COMPLETION OF A MULTIFAMILY AFFORDABLE RENTAL PROJECT

Tuesday at 11:00 a.m., the Texas General Land Office disaster recovery team was in New Waverly to celebrate the completion of the Waverly Village Apartments, a multi-family housing complex damaged in Hurricane Harvey that is now repaired and will house 50 low-to-moderate income families. The Texas General Land Office (GLO) has undertaken efforts using $450 million…read more »

REGULATIONS FOR MANUFACTURED HOMES AND RV’S WERE DISCUSSED BY COMMISSIONERS MONDAY

Walker County Commissioners met for a session Monday afternoon at the courthouse. One of the agenda items they spent a good deal of time discussing regarded manufactured home rental community regulations. The County’s Planning & Development Director Andy Isbell said a  document on regulations had been prepared. Commissioner White thought the regulations were too stringent…read more »

EVENTS TONIGHT

A couple of important events tonight, include a a welcoming of new City Councilmembers at the Huntsville Public Library at 4:30 this afternoon. The Huntsville City Council will hold a regular session this evening at six at City Hall. Also, the Trinity Independent School District will meet for a regular Board meeting tonight at six…read more »

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