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Carri Walters is a producer here at WHNT News 19. Carri joined the WHNT News 19 team in June of 2012. She began working in the studio, but followed her passion of writing into the newsroom.

Carri is a graduate of Northern Illinois University, where she double majored in Communication and Journalism, with an emphasis in Media Studies.

She grew up in West Chicago, IL. She then lived in Boston, MA for a couple years after college before moving to the Tennessee Valley with her husband.

Carri is excited to be a part of the WHNT News 19 team and loves that she learns something new each time she comes in to work.


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    ‘Palcohol,’ Powdered Alcohol, Loses Federal Approval

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala.(WHNT)-A new powdered alcohol product has hit a hiccup in getting to market. The federal agency that originally approved “palcohol” reversed its position Monday. An agency spokesman says it approved palcohol’s powdered vodka, rum, and other cocktails — quote — “in error.” Tempe, Arizona-based Lipsmark LCC makes palcohol. It says there seemed to be a discrepancy on how much powder is in the packets, which are meant to be mixed with water. Lipsmark says that it will resubmit the […]

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    NASA Astronaut Takes Spacewalk Selfie

    Have you seen this selfie? It’s out of this world… literally! This is NASA astronaut, Rick Mastracchio. He’s currently at the International Space Station. Mastracchio posted this awesome shot of himself with the Earth and it’s horizon in the background on Twitter Wednesday. He was on a spacewalk at the ISS at the time he snapped this picture. He says the spacesuit he’s wearing makes it hard to take selfies in space.

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    State Representative Uses Gun Shaped Parade Float

    TALLADEGA, Ala. (WHNT) — Alabama Rep. Steve Hurst wants voters to know that he is pro gun rights. According to our news partners at al.com, the District 35 Republican from Talladega is getting this message across by creating a parade float in the shape of a giant revolver. The the gun is actually a barbecue. Hurst says the float is meant to remind people that he is a small business owner. Hurst owns a fencing company and also Haynes Street […]

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    Two Vehicle Wreck on I-65S

    LIMESTONE COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) — A woman was sent to the hospital as a precaution after the car she was driving was rear-ended by a truck. The collision happened on I-65, just south of the Huntsville-Browns Ferry Interchange. Both vehicles were traveling southbound. A truck came up behind a car at a much faster rate of speed than the car and rear-ended it. The woman driving the car has what appear to be minor injuries. HEMSI took her to the […]

  • Breaking Ground on Morgan County Jail Expansion

    MORGAN COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) –  It’s a groundbreaking more than two years in the making. It took some atypical partnerships to make the expansion come to fruition. Ray Long, Morgan County Commission Chair said, “You’ve got a county and a city going together to work to put forth a jail here and you just don’t see that a lot.” An extremely unique feature about this partnership is that the county and city teamed up to build a jail addition before […]

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    Three People Hurt in Cutting

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) — Three people were involved in a cutting incident. Huntsville Police responded to the scene on the 3500 block of 7th Avenue. It happened just before 9:00 Monday night. Officers say a man and woman got into a fight. The man was cut in the neck and the woman was cut on her forearm. Another man involved in the fight was cut on the finger. The woman was taken to Huntsville Hospital. All of the people involved […]

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    Man Arrested on Animal Cruelty Charges

    JACKSON COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) — An investigation into a neglected herd of cattle ended in 33 arrest warrants being issued for one man. Tracy Stephen Skinner, 48, of Pisgah faces 21 counts of Cruelty to Animals, 9 counts of Failure to Bury Livestock, and three counts of Health-Dead Animals (allowing dead livestock to contaminate waterways). The Jackson County Sheriffs Office Animal Control and Criminal Investigations Divisions conducted the investigation, Skinner was booked in the Jackson County Jail on Friday evening. His […]

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    Home in Morgan County Destroyed by Fire

    MORGAN COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) — Two women are without a home after a fire this afternoon in Morgan County. It happened just outside the Decatur city limits at about 1:00 p.m. Thursday. Decatur Fire and Mud Tavern Volunteer Fire Departments responded to the house fire on Harold Drive. When the units arrived at the home it was fully involved. Two women were inside the home at the time of the fire, but they were able to get out safely. Both […]

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    Deal or Dud: “Ice Cream Magic” is Debatable

    The Ice Cream Magic cost $9.99. It claims to make ice cream in three minutes by just shaking it and making it. But as you are about to see, there are easier ways to make ice cream. Making the ice cream with the Ice Cream Magic has a lot of steps…..and it doesn’t make a lot. It’s definitely a single serve option. The Ice Cream Magic comes with directions and you will need them. It’s not complicated, but there are several […]

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    Hunstville Stars Host Final Home Opener In Maintenance-Plagued Ballpark

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Wednesday night marks the final home opener for the Huntsville Stars. Next season, the team will be based out of Biloxi, Mississippi. The Stars will take on the Pensacola Blue Wahoos tonight. First pitch is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. at Joe Davis Stadium. Concerns about maintenance issues at the once-popular ballpark prompted a letter from the Huntsville City Attorney’s office to the Stars last season. The city owns Joe Davis Stadium and leases it to the Stars. Huntsville City […]

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    ACLU Defends Tennessee Boy’s Right to Read Bible at School

    WOODBURY, Tenn. (WTVF) – The American Civil Liberties Union has offered its support to a 9-year-old Cannon County student who was allegedly told he couldn’t read his Bible during an after school program. Austin Grayson attends the Cannon County REACH after school program in Woodbury. Last month, his mother, Lisa Koepfgen, said he was told he couldn’t read his Bible during quiet time. “He had pulled his bible out and he was told to put it away,” she said. “When […]

  • Raytheon Expands Redstone Arsenal Missile Facility

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) — Raytheon officials announced Tuesday they’re adding to their capabilities with a significant expansion. Raytheon’s construction team recently completed work. The company is now equipped with a new test cell for missile interceptors at the facility on Redstone Arsenal. Representatives held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the facility back in November 2012. Raytheon announced at that time that the plant will put men and robots working hand in hand in a 70,000 square foot facility. Since the […]