Recent Articles
  • Driving You Crazy: Charity Lane Update

    Steve Johnson takes us back to Charity Lane at 231/431 north of Hazel Green, where concerned drivers had asked WHNT News 19 to take action to keep them safe.  Now we are getting results.

  • Judge Revokes Hammad Memon’s Bond

    Hammad Memon will stay in the Madison County Detention Center until his trial in June. Late Thursday morning, a judge revoked his bond. Circuit Judge Karen Hall revoked Memon’s bond after a short hearing.  Memon was caught Friday in Dallas, Texas, with his mother.  It’s believed he was trying to leave the country. Memon’s lawyer, Bruce Gardner, indicated he would file a motion in the coming days to try to get the trial delayed.  It is currently scheduled to start […]

  • UPDATE: Hammad Memon Found in Dallas

    UPDATE: Madison Police Department held a news conference at 7:50 p.m. Friday where Madison County Assistant District Attorney Tim Gann spoke. Gann said with outstanding police work and the help of the F.B.I., authorities were able to locate Hammad’s mother, Safia Memon’s cell phone signal. Police found Hammad Memon within 100 feet of the signal, hiding in a restroom. Police say they had to chase Memon on foot before they were able to take him into custody. When they found […]

  • Man Arrested After High-Speed Chase Ends In Sheffield

    A man is in custody in the Shoals, accused of leading several law enforcement agencies on a high-speed chase.  It ended in Sheffield, when the man ran into a home where a woman and her child were sleeping. The case started in Florence and circled the city at speeds topping 100 miles an hour.  Florence Police chased him across the Tennessee River into Sheffield, where he ran into the home.  Police say he didn’t stay there for long, running off […]

  • Driving You Crazy: Cass Circle

    Worried neighbors ask WHNT News 19’s Steve Johnson to check out Cass Circle at Governors Drive.  They say it is dangerous getting in and out of that road.

  • Update: Guntersville Man Returns Home Safely

    A man who was reported missing Monday in Guntersville is home again.  Frank Wendell Hudspeth, 75, is safe. Guntersville Police say Hudspeth was involved in a car accident, but is okay now. They were also concerned because Hudspeth is a diabetic. Again, Hudspeth is home safely.

  • Pay It Forward: Alvin Pitman

    Oakwood University asks Robert Reeves to Pay It Forward to a man who works as a custodian, attends classes and takes care of his family, all while being a mentor and an inspiration to students.

  • Madison County Welcomes Home Vietnam Veterans

    Madison County holds a ceremony to officially welcome home Vietnam Veterans, 39 years after the final troop withdrawals from South Vietnam.

  • Garden Tips: Growing Herbs

    George Bennett of Bennett Nurseries shows us how to plant an herb garden.

  • Huntsville Schools Employee On Administrative Leave

    District materials coordinator Marc Seldon is on administrative leave with pay, according to a report by our news partners, The Huntsville Times.  He is accused of ignoring orders from the superintendent, Dr. Casey Wardynski. You can read the Huntsville Times story here.

  • Driving You Crazy: Pulaski Pike Pipes Fixed

    WHNT News 19’s Steve Johnson takes action for a concerned viewer and gets results!

  • Pay It Forward: Beverly Bozarth

    Robert Reeves meets a super mom with a lot of love to give.

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