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  • Warren Hardy (Photo: Huntsville Police)

    Police capture fatal shooting suspect in Tennessee

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Huntsville Police say the manhunt is over and they have a suspect in custody wanted in connection to a fatal shooting at a neighborhood on Morland Pointe Friday evening. Deputy Coroner Tyley Berryhill confirms to WHNT News 19 that Kathleen Lundy, 72, was shot at her home on Morland Pointe and her car was stolen Friday evening. Police said Warren Hardy was taken into custody Sunday in Whitwell, Tennessee. His car was also recovered. No info yet. Can see home blocked off […]

  • Jack White at UNA (Image courtesy of the University of North Alabama)

    White Stripes frontman plays baseball on UNA diamond

    FLORENCE, Ala. – The Shoals area is no stranger to seeing famous musicians, but the instrument of choice is not usually a baseball bat.  This weekend, The White Stripes frontman Jack White could be seen playing on the diamond at the University of North Alabama in a celebrity game hosted by fashion designer Billy Reid. Jack White (White Stripes) was on campus today playing baseball with @Billy_Reid & the #BillyReidShindig. #roarlions pic.twitter.com/pERhOj3Qnv — U. of North Alabama (@north_alabama) August 26, […]

  • Sheryl Marie Ryan (Image courtesy of the Decatur Police Department)

    Mother charged with chemical endangerment after newborn tested positive for multiple drugs

    DECATUR, Ala. – A mother is in jail after her newborn test positive for drugs.  Decatur Police say that Sheryl Marie Ryan gave birth to a baby girl on July 23rd at Decatur Morgan Hospital at the Parkway Campus. Authorities say at the time of the infant’s birth she tested positive for Methamphetamines, Opiates, and THC. A joint investigation by Morgan County DHR and the Decatur Police Department determined that Ryan had taken Lortabs and Adderall without a prescription and […]

  • Ice Seizure (Image courtesy of Madison-Morgan County HIDTA Drug Task Force)

    STAC and ALEA Agents discover large amount of Ice during raid

    MADISON COUNTY, Ala. – Agents with the Madison-Morgan STAC Unit uncovered a large amount of the drug Ice during a raid at a residence on Monday. The raid was a culmination of an extensive investigation conducted by the STAC Unit and the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency. Agents searched a home in the 26000 block of Hwy 72 and uncovered 20 oz. of Methamphetamine Ice with an estimated street value of $70,000.  They also seized $7,000 in cash. 35-year-old Galvan Franco […]

  • Wreck at Hwy 72 at Moores Mill

    Three vehicle wreck involving two semi-trucks impacts traffic on Hwy 72 near Moores Mill

    MADISON COUNTY, Ala. – There has been a three vehicle wreck at the intersection of Moores Mill Road and Hwy 72 around 3 o’clock this afternoon.  Huntsville Police say that two semi-trucks and a vehicle collided this afternoon. Authorities say one person received minor injuries. Police say that one of the truck drivers said he was unable to stop and his brakes went out and caused the collision. The traffic lights have temporarily been turned off  and authorities have a traffic […]

  • Nannette Tracey (Image courtesy of Decatur Police Department)

    Decatur caregiver accused of stealing from elderly woman in her care

    DECATUR, Ala. –  A woman in Decatur is under arrest after an investigation into a May theft.  On May 1st, a 72-year-old woman notified the Decatur Police that someone was withdrawing money from her bank account without permission. Det. De Leon with the Financial Crimes Unit investigated the case and discovered that someone had used the victim’s debit card without permission and had conducted multiple ATM transactions totaling more than $2,500 in withdrawals. Investigators have arrested Nannette Marie Tracey in connection […]

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    UCP Huntsville is “Helping Those Who Care”

    If you’re a caregiver for an aging loved one, or someone with a developmental disability, you know already just how stressful and consuming the process can be. There is help however. UCP Huntsville is known for helping with children with cerebral palsy and those who represent 155 additional diagnoses through Early Intervention and outpatient physical, occupational, and speech therapies. What sets them apart from traditional therapy centers, and what the community may not know, is that they offer a continuum of services to support […]

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    Local girl collecting toys to give away to flood victims instead of receiving them as birthday gifts

    RUSSELLVILLE, Ala. –  A young girl from Russellville wants to take an opportunity to help others.  It will be her birthday on Monday and Lara Gunderman would rather give to victims of the Louisiana flooding instead of receiving presents this year.  Lara says she doesn’t need any new toys, but the kids in Baton Rouge do, so they are collecting new toys for their church to distribute on a mission trip during Labor Day weekend. If you would like to help […]

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    Overnight crash in New Hope kills passenger

    NEW HOPE, Ala. –  A man was killed in a motor vehicle crash that occurred in New Hope around 2:30 Saturday morning on Old Hwy 431. Madison County Deputy Coroner Tyler Berryhill identifies the victim as 21-year-old Jason Matthew Pressnell of Huntsville. Authorities say the vehicle Pressnell was a passenger in, left the road and struck a driveway culvert which caused the vehicle to roll. Berryhill says that the driver of the vehicle was transported to Huntsville Hospital for treatment of […]

  • American Alligators wade in the alligator lagoon at Everglades Alligator Farm in Homestead, Florida, on June 24, 2016. 
Florida, famed for its turquoise beaches, is almost as well known for its alligators. Humans are not their favorite meal, but one would not know that from the recent series of alarming gator attacks on people. / AFP / RHONA WISE / TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Leila MACOR, "Encounters between gators, humans on rise in Florida"        (Photo credit should read RHONA WISE/AFP/Getty Images)

    Get that Gator! The 11th annual Alabama alligator hunting season is underway

    The 2016 Alabama alligator season is well underway and already this year there have already been many successful harvests.  The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources says that so far there have been a total of 52 alligators harvested and that’s just in the Southwest and West Central zones.  There have been several 12 footers that have been harvested, but the final totals have not been released. This is the 11th season of alligator hunting in Alabama and nearly 4,000 people applied […]

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    Aug 19: Cullman vs. Hartselle, Columbia vs. Albertville

    Cullman vs. Hartselle, Columbia vs. Albertville

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    Aug 19: Gardendale vs. Muscle Shoals, Clements vs. Danville, Westminster Christian vs. New Hope

    Gardendale vs. Muscle Shoals, Clements vs. Danville, Westminster Christian vs. New Hope,

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