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    UPDATE: Police make arrest in connection with Miles College shooting

    FAIRFIELD, Ala. — Investigators say they have arrested one person in connection with the shooting at Miles College. Chief Leon Davis with the Fairfield Police Department says he expects others to be charged. Keenen Tajae Morris, 21, of Mobile died in the shooting that happened Tuesday night at an off-campus apartment. Chief Davis plans to release more information about the arrest as soon as formal charges are filed. He says the investigation has led to a theory of robbery as […]

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    UPDATE: Suspect in Tennessee Amber Alert in custody, child safe

    KNOXVILLE, Tenn. –  The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says Tyler Ward Enix is in custody, and his daughter, 2-year-old Brooklynne, has been found safe in Morrow County, Ohio. FANTASTIC NEWS: Tyler Enix is in custody and Brooklynne has been found safe in Morrow County, Ohio. More details soon! — TBI (@TBInvestigation) October 29, 2015 Tyler Enix was put on Tennessee’s Top 10 Most Wanted list, and is accused in the death of his wife Kimberly.  She was found murdered in her […]

  • Two U.S. astronauts have donned their spacesuits for a spacewalk Wednesday about 250 miles above Earth to carry out maintenance on the International Space Station.

    U.S. astronauts begin spacewalk 250 miles above Earth

    (CNN) — Two U.S. astronauts have donned their spacesuits for a spacewalk Wednesday about 250 miles above Earth to carry out maintenance on the International Space Station. Expedition 45 commander Scott Kelly and flight engineer Kjell Lindgren will be outside the space station for about 6½ hours, NASA said. During that time, the astronauts “will focus on station upgrades and maintenance tasks, including installing a thermal cover on the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer, which is a state-of-the-art particle physics detector that […]

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    Huntsville business damaged by late-night fire

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Huntsville Firefighters responded to a late-night business fire Tuesday night. It started around 11:00. The fire was in the main building of North American Van Lines on Highway 53. Fire crews were on scene for about an hour. They blocked one lane of traffic while they worked. Investigators have not released information on what might have caused the fire.

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    Hartselle voters pass continue ad valorem tax

    HARTSELLE, Ala. – Voters in Hartselle went to the polls on Tuesday. They were asked to decide if an ad valorem tax that has been in place since 1957 will continue. Voters overwhelmingly approved the measure. The city says there were 1,030 votes for the measure and 187 against. The 7.3 mill tax is something property owners pay to help fund the school district. The last time the tax was renewed was 1987. It was set to expire September 30, 2017. […]

  • Ben Carson and Donald Trump

    Ben Carson overtakes Donald Trump in latest CBS News poll for GOP Presidential nomination

    Ben Carson has risen to the top of the latest poll for the 2016 Republican Primary Race with a narrow margin above former frontrunner Donald Trump. That’s according to the latest CBS News/New York Times poll. Twenty-six percent of Republican primary voters back Carson, giving him a four-point edge over Trump (22%). Support for Carson has quadrupled since August. The research credits Carson’s boost to increased support from evangelical voters and those who identify themselves as very conservative. He’s also […]

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    UPDATE: Huntsville Utilities restores power northeast Huntsville

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -Huntsville Utilities reports crews have restored service to northeast Huntsville. The outage was caused by a tree on Lookout Drive. The outage was from Oakwood Avenue south to McClung Avenue; and California Street to Monte Sano. Huntsville Utilities reports customers on Monte Sano near the State Park are impacted.  

  • Alexander Balay, facing child pornography charges in Madison County

    Madison County Sheriff’s Office announces child pornography arrest

    MADISON COUNTY, Ala. – The Madison County Sheriff’s Office has announced the arrest of Alexander Baley. He’s charged with Possession of Child Pornography. Sheriff Blake Dorning announced the arrest this morning. He says his office’s Criminal Investigation Division worked with Special Agents with the Department of Homeland Security searched a hone in the 6200 block of Rime Village late last week. Investigators found images of child pornography on several electronic devices, then arrested Balay. Balay is free on a $30,000 […]

  • California pedestrian wreck

    Police: No charges at this point in deadly wreck involving pedestrian on California Street

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Huntsville Police have identified the man who was hit and killed by a vehicle Monday morning near Maple Hill Cemetery.  Police say he was 59-year-old Terrance Germani. The incident happened about 5:30 a.m. on California Street just north of McClung Avenue.  Police say Germani was crossing the street when he was hit by a car headed south on California.  Germani died at the scene. Police say Germani was wearing dark clothing and was not using a crosswalk. […]

  • whole foods huntsville

    Whole Foods announces opening date for Huntsville store

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Whole Foods has announced the date its new store opens to the public in Huntsville. The store will open its doors November 14. The pre-opening ceremony will begin at 8:00 that morning. Store managers are inviting the public to join the store leadership and special guests for the bread-breaking ceremony, complimentary coffee, and grand-opening deals. The new store is located at 2501 Memorial Parkway SW in Huntsville.

  • Wreck on Hwy 231/431 North

    Hwy. 231-431 reopens near Bob Wade Lane after morning wreck

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Huntsville Police have reopened Highway 231-431 north of Bob Wade Lane, after a wreck Monday morning at Greenlawn Drive. Initially, both directions of 231/431 were closed as rescue crews worked to help those impacted by the wreck. We understand three people were injured.

  • US Coast Guard

    U.S. Coast Guard to hold Search & Rescue training on Tennessee River

    REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. – Redstone Arsenal officials want to warn those around the Tennessee River you may see something a little unusual this weekend. U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Unit Redstone Flotilla will be training in the area. The training will take place Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Approximately 30 people will be involved in the operation.  


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