| July 15 2014 - Missing Wisconsin man maybe in St. Louis|
ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Authorities are on the lookout for a missing Wisconsin man who boarded a bus in Chicago bound for Huntsville Alabama. Jimmy Kelley, 43, was supposed to transfer buses in St. Louis, but failed to do so at the Greyhound Bus Station in downtown St. Louis. Police say Kelley is 5’9”, weighs […]
| June 27 2014 - Parents Thank Bus Drivers for Actions During Crash|
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – A group of parents have thanked the bus drivers who they say kept their children safe during a crash. WHNT News 19 first reported the story back in March, when a group of students from Huntsville Middle School were involved in a wreck on the way back from New York. The […]
| June 27 2014 - Stuff The Bus Locations|
Below is a list of Stuff the Bus locations. In Northwest Arkansas: Siloam Springs Bentonville Fayetteville (Martin Luther King Blvd, Mall Ave) Rogers (Pleasant Grove Rd, Walnut St.) Huntsville Springdale Jane, Missouri Click here for more information on Northwest Arkansas Stuff the Bus. In the River Valley: Fort Smith (Roger Ave, Zero St, and Kelley […]
| May 29 2014 - Common Core opponents start bus tour in Huntsville|
Opponents to Common Core standards said it is a federal intrusion into the schools. Supporters say the facts are being distorted and parents are being misinformed for political purposes.
| March 02 2014 - Appeals Court Says Cell Phones Off-Limits to Search|
The state's top criminal appeals court has ruled that investigators must have search warrants to search the cellphones of suspects and other persons of interest. The 8-1 ruling Wednesday of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals upheld a lower-court order in the case of a Huntsville student arrested and charged with a minor misdemeanor over a disturbance aboard a school bus.
| January 12 2014 - 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. The morning tour took interested community members on a bus from Huntsville High School to Mance Park Middle School, then Scott Johnson Elementary and Gibbs Pre-K Center. Those are the four campuses ...