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  • Man in critical condition after falling from cliff on Green Mountain in Huntsville

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Rescue workers rushed a 20-year-old man to Huntsville Hospital in critical condition, after finding him unconscious at the bottom of a cliff on Green Mountain. Responders say the man was hiking alone, and fell close to 80 feet. Emergency crews received the call around 10:15 Sunday Morning, and they tell WHNT News 19 that the man had been missing around 16 hours when he was found. Rescue crews say the dangerous terrain made the rescue difficult, […]

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    UPDATE: Jackson Co. Sheriff’s Office identifies persons of interest in weekend homicide case

    JACKSON COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – Jackson County Sheriff Chuck Phillips says they have identified persons of interest in a homicide case that initiated over the weekend. Sheriff Phillips says the body was found on County Road 208, near Alabama Highway 277 in Bridgeport. He says the body was found around three o’clock Saturday morning in the middle of the road. “His name was D.J., they call him D.J. His first name was Dejion Roberson. He is from South Pittsburg, and […]

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    Crews are working to fix a power outage in Hazel Green

    HAZEL GREEN, Ala. (WHNT) – Crews with Huntsville Utilities have restored power to customers in Hazel Green. The reported power outage extended north from Ready Section Road to the Tennessee / Alabama state line and along US 231-431 west to Old Railroad Bed Road. The outage also includes areas along Limestone Road and Joe Quick Road. Crews say the outage was caused by equipment failure at the Charity Lane substation.

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    Photo Gallery: Happy Father’s Day

      TENNESSEE VALLEY, Ala. (WHNT) – Happy Father’s Day from WHNT News 19. We invite you to share your Father’s Day pictures  in our photo gallery.  Please upload your pictures by clicking the ‘Submit Your Photo’ button below.  This is the quickest way for us to add them – we check for new photos and approve them daily. If you can’t, that’s okay – you can email pictures to photo@whnt.com.

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    Lawrence County Deputies arrest a man for allegedly making terrorist threats

    LAWRENCE COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) –  Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department Investigators arrested a Town Creek man after he allegedly made phony terrorist threats using a walkie talkie style radio. According to Lawrence County Sheriff Gene Mitchell, authorities arrested 32-year-old Justin Lee Berryman on Friday night and charged him with Making a Terrorist Threat. Deputies said he was using the device to make phony  radio transmissions over the sheriff’s dispatch radio frequency. Sheriff Mitchell said the phony calls for assistance have been happening numerous times a day […]

  • Child burned with scalding water in Limestone County flown to Shriner’s Burn Hospital

    LIMESTONE COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – The child critically injured by scalding water in Limestone County has been flown to Shriner’s Burn Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio, according to the Limestone County Sheriff’s Office. Limestone County Deputies arrested two people on child abuse charges Monday. Derrick Defoe, 29, and Amanda Marie Reyer, 22, are charged with aggravated child abuse. Wednesday, the couple was additionally charged with two counts of first degree domestic violence each. Limestone County investigators said they received a call Monday from Huntsville […]

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    Crews douse house fire on Kimbrell Lane in Huntsville

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Huntsville firefighters responded to a house fire on Kimbrell Lane in Huntsville just before 4pm. Seven units responded to the scene of the fire. Firefighters got the fire under control quickly, though it took them longer to make it completely safe. Firefighters tell WHNT News 19 that there were two people at the home at the time, but there were no injuries. They still had work to do to pinpoint the place the fire started in […]

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    Crews working to fix power outage in Huntsville

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT)- Huntsville Utilities have restored power. The reported power outage was along Gurley Pike from Brownsboro Road to the Madison / Jackson County Line and from U.S. Highway 72 to Sharps Cove Road. Crews say a vehicle hit a pole at 488 Gurley Pike.

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    Miss Alabama 2015: Meg McGuffin

    (al.com) – Auburn graduate student Meg McGuffin was crowned the new Miss Alabama at the pageant’s finale at Samford University’s Wright Center Saturday night. McGuffin, a 22-year-old Ozark native, said she was taken by surprise when her name was announced as the winner. “I was thinking this is unreal,” she said. “There’s no way. I always thought of it as an unattainable goal and suddenly I’m here and it’s just a whirlwind.” McGuffin will take a break from earning her […]

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    Deputies in Cullman searching for suspect in an attempted murder case

    CULLMAN, Ala. (WHNT) – Cullman County deputies are searching for a suspect in an attempted murder case. Deputies say they are looking for Jack Wilson and have closed down 417 County Road 109. Deputies say Wilson is driving a white 1999 S10 pick up with Alabama Tag 25AA416. Anyone with any information is urged to call the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office at 256-734-0342

  • UPDATE: Police say drunk driver runs red light, kills woman at Hwy 53 & Mastin Lake Road intersection

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Huntsville Police made an arrest in the fatal car accident that took the life of a 19-year-old Friday night at the intersection of Hwy 53 and Mastin Lake Road. Officers say Christopher Wayne Ross, 19-years-old, was speeding west on Mastin Lake Road when he ran a red light hitting a vehicle, killing the driver. The driver was identified as 19-year-old Toniette Katherine Piccinich. The force of impact caused Piccinich to hit another car that was stopped at a […]

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    Empty the Shelter: Huntsville Animal Services needs foster families

      HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Huntsville Animal Services has taken in 95 dogs and 48 cats, filling almost all of their kennels and crates. Huntsville Animal Services Director Dr. Karen Sheppard said ten of the new arrivals were Chihuahua-rat terrier dogs from an animal hoarding case in New Market. “The hoarding case of dogs is something we hate to encounter,” Sheppard said. “These interventions bring in large numbers of pets, and these dear animals are desperate for a loving home […]

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