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Change to hurricane insurance causes worry

Just two weeks before Hurricane Harvey made its devastating landfall in Rockport, TX and meandered its way up the Gulf Coast to dump 40+ inches of rain on Houston and its surrounding counties, President Trump repealed flood protections meant to...

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Uber, Huntsville’s hottest acquisition

The end of July saw Uber driving into Huntsville, an arrival long anticipated by students and residents alike. This new addition to the college town will no doubt impact the community. What prevented Huntsville from having this widely-known and...

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Students react to Texas bathroom bill

A suite of new laws went into effect on Sept. 1. One law that was noticeably absent was the Texas Bathroom Bill, which failed to pass earlier this year. Students across Sam Houston State University have responded to the legislation in various ways....

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Walker County accepting Harvey donations

Walker County emergency officials are now accepting donations to aid Hurricane Harvey evacuees and those seeking refuge at the Walker County Storm Shelter and Huntsville High School. The catastrophic storm has left thousands across Texas homeless...

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Walker County issues curfew beginning tonight

The City of Huntsville and County Judge Danny Pierce issued a countywide curfew for all areas of Walker County early Monday morning amid Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. The 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew was established as a safety precaution and is...

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Fact Check: SHSU parking, how bad is it?

The Houstonian’s fact check series explores issues of contention around campus. Parking takes the spotlight in the first installment. Note: All numbers were recorded from each university’s parking and records offices. Parking numbers do not...

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