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    Village of Providence ‘turns pink’ for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala — The Village of Providence is turning pink to help promote National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Wednesday, many of the Village of Providence businesses will have large, painted murals in their windows as part of a friendly competition to help create awareness for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The murals are part of the Village’s “Paint the Village of Providence Pink” event. “We’re excited to see so many of our Village businesses help create awareness for this cause,” […]

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    Huntsville Police charge man with rape

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Huntsville Police have charged a man with first-degree rape. Police arrested Marshall Nelson on Tuesday, October 14 in the area of Pulaski Pike and Cardinal Avenue.  Officers say he committed rape on October 6 in the 3700 block of Blue Spring Road. No further information was released.

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    WHOA: Shark feeding frenzy filmed at Outer Banks

    CAPE LOOKOUT, N.C. — A recently filmed video captured a shark feeding frenzy along the North Carolina Outer Banks. According to Brian Recker’s YouTube post, the video was filmed at Cape Lookout National Seashore and shows more than 100 sharks attacking a school of blue fish. “For more than five minutes, the sharks were observed swimming in and out of the surf, some of which became beached in the fury,” Recker wrote. Recker added a disclaimer that Donnie Griggs, the […]

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    Missouri couple’s $680,000 dream home built on wrong lot

    HAMMOCK DUNES, Fla. — A Missouri couple was devastated to learn their $680,000 dream home was built on the wrong lot inside a gated community in Florida. “We are in total disbelief, just amazed this could happen,” Mark Voss, who owns a property management and real estate company in central Missouri, told The Daytona Beach News-Journal. Mark and Brenda Voss own 18 lots in the gated community near Palm Coast. The couple paid $160,000 for the 23 Ocean Ridge. Blvd. […]

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    National Weather Service teams survey damage from Monday’s storms

    TENNESSEE VALLEY (WHNT) – Teams from the National Weather Service spent much of the day Tuesday surveying storm damage in north Alabama from the October 13 severe storms. Teams went to Colbert, Cullman, Morgan and Limestone counties.  They determined an EF-1 tornado touched down in the Tuscumbia/Muscle Shoals area, an EF-0 tornado touched down in Marion County, and a strong wind event caused damage in the Cullman, Morgan, Limestone, and Madison areas. Colbert County Tornado (EF-1 in Tuscumbia/Muscle Shoals) PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT […]

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    Update: School Closings & Delays: Wednesday, Oct. 15

    TENNESSEE VALLEY (WHNT) – We will post major event cancellations here due to Monday night’s predicted storms. NOTE: Please read our Closings Policy for information on which closings we will list. It is very difficult to accommodate each request we receive, and our primary focus is to bring you safety information on the weather. You can also post cancellations in our comment section below. -Tuscumbia City Schools - open Wednesday at 10 am Check back for updates throughout the day.

  • Tree damage on Robinson Street in Decatur (Photo: Gloria Landers)

    Pictures: October 13 Storm Damage

    TENNESSEE VALLEY (WHNT) – Many of you sent pictures of storm clouds and damage on Monday, October 13. If you have more to share, please click the red ‘Submit Your Photo’ button to add them right to this gallery.  We can quickly approve them that way.  You can also email them to photo@whnt.com or submit them through the WHNT app or WHNT SAF-T-Net app.

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    Madison Police: Threat made against Liberty Middle School appears to be hoax

    MADISON, Ala. (WHNT) – Madison Police spent several hours investigating a threat made against Liberty Middle School on Tuesday morning.  They say all evidence indicates the threat was a hoax. Madison Police have a presence at all Madison City Schools today.   A school system spokesperson said that is standard procedure. “Whenever a threat is made, we add an extra layer of security at all campuses,” said John Peck. “Classes are continuing throughout the day.” Police said early on the […]

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    Tuesday’s Sketch the Sky party cancelled

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – The Sketch the Sky party scheduled for Tuesday, October 14 is cancelled due to the weather. The ground at Hays Nature Preserve is too wet to have the party.  This was for children whose drawings were featured on WHNT News 19’s Sketch the Sky segment during the month of September.  Sketch the Sky airs every weekday on WHNT News 19 at 5:00 p.m. WHNT News 19 is working to contact all of the September winners. We […]

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    Woman who didn’t know she was pregnant gives birth to rare twins

    ANKENY, Iowa — An Iowa woman walked into a clinic complaining of stomach pains. She walked out with twins. “I had really sharp pain in my left side and went into the doctor, and they said we think you might be pregnant,” new mom Shelby Magnani told WHOTV. “They told me I was six months and told me to get down to the ER. They did an ultrasound and told me it was twins.” Doctors said the twins were monoamniotic […]

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    Business Closings & Delays: Tuesday, Oct. 14

    No business closings or delays to report yet. Please check back.     Please check WHNT’s Closings Policy to see which closings we will report.

  • Jeremy Joseph Nelson (Photo: Madison County Detention Center)

    Jeremy Nelson Coverage: Janitor arrested after cameras found in restrooms

    Click here to read our coverage of Jeremy Nelson’s arrest.


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