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  • Toddler saves caretaker by calling mom

    DECATUR, Ala. (WHNT) – A 2-year old Decatur boy is being hailed a hero by his family. Last week, a relative he was staying with passed out as a result of a medical condition. Turns out it was the toddler who called for help. Daniel Davis has not yet been taught how to use the telephone. He’s two years old! But last week when a relative he was staying with went into diabetic shock, Daniel got her telephone and managed […]

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    Georgia light display portrays Christmas spirit, Auburn spirit

    FAYETTEVILLE, Ga. (WHNT) - The Burton family has had a static Christmas light display for many years. But they started the animated display in 2009. This year's display includes several different songs, including a clip that will get Auburn fans fired up from the 2013 football season.

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    UPDATE: Whitesburg Drive reopened after emergency repairs to leaking gas main

    HUNTSVILE, Ala. (WHNT) – Huntsville Police and Huntsville Utilities crews have reopened a portion of Whitesburg Drive that was closed for making emergency repairs to a leaking gas main under the road. Whitesburg Drive was closed from just South of Bob Wallace Avenue to just north of Drake Avenue

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    Criminal Charges Against Former Discovery Band Director Dismissed

    MADISON, Ala. (WHNT) – Judge Schuyler Richardson has approved a motion to dismiss the Failure to Report Child Abuse charges filed against John Nash, the former Discovery Middle School Band Director. Nash was accused of violating Alabama’s mandatory reporting law. That accusation involved Nash’s son, John Bradley Nash, who volunteered with the band at Discovery Middle School in Madison.  Bradley later pleaded guilty to child pornography charges. Last week, District Attorney Rob Broussard filed a motion to dismiss the criminal […]

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    Remington Outdoor Company seeking applicants for Huntsville facility

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Several different listings are posted on the website AIDT.edu for Remington Outdoor Company. Right now, the company is looking for Production Tech team members; specifically Machine Technician, Maintenance Technician, and Machine Operator umbrellas. Here is more information on the open positions: Machine Operators – $15.50 per hour – Must have a high school diploma or equivalent and be able to operate Haas controls, CNC mills and carry out tool changes. Maintenance Technicians – $19.50 per hour […]

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    Jury finds Colbert County man guilty of manslaughter

    COLBERT COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – After an hour of deliberations Wednesday morning, a jury found James Christopher Martin guilty of manslaughter. Martin was charged with the shooting death of Grant Campbell in November of 2013.  His trial began last week. Campbell was shot six times.  Three of those were in the chest.  Defense attorney Tim Case argued Martin was acting in defense when Campbell was killed. For more on the trial, click here.

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    College Football National Championship Ring Unveiled

    (WHNT) – The official inaugural NCAA College Football National Championship ring was unveiled on Twitter Wednesday.  The ring, which used the trophy as inspiration, was created by Jostens. Tell us what you think of the ring by sharing your comments on the WHNT News 19 Facebook page, or tag us with @WHNT on Twitter.

  • Group “Legendary Shots” Descends on the Auburn Arena

    Auburn, Ala. (WHNT) – A group known for internet videos full of different kinds of trick shots. Shots on baseball diamonds, golf courses and even hot air balloons.  This latest video from the Legendary Shots group shows the group at The Auburn Arena.  

  • Man wins new car in charity golf tournament

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Reamer Argo used a 5-iron to hit a hole in one during a charity golf tournament. And today, Bentley Hyundai presented Argo with his new car, a 2015 Hyundai Sonata. Star Market hosted the charity golf tournament in which Argo won the car.  The annual tournament gives back to local non-profit organizations that help children.

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    Man sentenced to 30 years for killing his cousin over borrowed movies

    LIMESTONE COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – A judge sentenced Kenny Dewayne Adams to 30 years in prison Thursday morning. A jury convicted Adams of murdering his cousin, Yancey Metz Foster, in August.  The murder happened on New Year’s Eve in 2012.  It happened at Foster’s trailer just off Blackburn Road.  Adams went there to get two DVDs. Adams had faced a number of criminal charges in the past, including burglary and domestic violence. Limestone County District Attorney Brian Jones expressed his […]

  • Viewer Video: What a catch!

    MUSCLE SHOALS, Ala. (WHNT) – WHNT News 19 viewer Jeremy Wade submitted this video from a flag football game in Muscle Shoals. Cruise Baker completed his pass to wide receiver Cason Wade. What a great play by the Green Bay Packers from Muscle Shoals!

  • Planting pansies for winter months

    (WHNT) – Gardeners may be interested to know that pansies around here in this part of the country bloom longer than any other annual. They start in October and may bloom through May, until the hot weather gets here.  


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