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Shooting At Florida High School

Wednesday, former 19-year-old Parkland, Florida high school student Nikolas Cruz began shooting others in a rampage that resulted in the deaths of 17. Cruz had been expelled earlier from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School because of discipline problems. Cruz was arrested off campus after he left the school. Reports say he has been talking to…read more »

Reverend Scott Dornbush Passes Away

The Huntsville Item has reported that former senior pastor at Huntsville’s First United Methodist Church, Reverend Scott Dornbush, passed away Tuesday evening following complications from a heart attack in January. Reverend Dornbush had currently been serving as pastor of Kingwood United Methodist Church. For information on memorial services, visit the Kingwood United Methodist Church Facebook…read more »

Huntsville ISD Trustees Meet

Huntsville ISD Trustees meet for a regular board meeting this evening at six at the Hawkins Administration Building. The board will give special recognition to various students and staff members. Director of Accountability and School Improvement Angee Andrus will present a Public Hearing on the 2016-17 Texas Academic Performance Report. Tonight’s “Consent Agenda” includes Board…read more »

Police News

In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Tuesday a theft report shows a possibly known suspect stole a firearm. In the 1200 block of El Road, Broderick Davison was arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon with serious bodily injury in family violence. On Tuesday’s night shift, Dorian Harrison was arrested in the…read more »

Citizen Input Request

The City of Huntsville is requesting your input. The City has been holding a series of public meetings seeking feedback on the City’s brand. Even if you haven’t been able to attend one, you can still participate by completing an electronic questionnaire. Fill in “Let your voice be heard!” on the City’s website search engine,…read more »

Governor Abbott Announces New Hazard Mitigation Funding For Harvey Recovery

Governor Greg Abbott this week joined local leaders in Rockport and Houston, Texas to announce the availability of new funding for hazard mitigation projects along the Gulf Coast following the devastation of Hurricane Harvey. This allocation of funding from FEMA will provide an estimated $1 billion for hazard and flood mitigation projects designed to both…read more »

EarlyAct FirstKnight Winequest Fundraiser Ahead

EarlyAct FirstKnight is a daily program for elementary and middle school students that develops excellent character during their most formative years. Created by psychologist and former naval officer Randall Parr, it is offered to qualified schools through sponsorship of participating Rotary Clubs and their community partners. There is an ongoing effort to get the program…read more »

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