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  • Honoring Tennessee Valley First Responders

    Huntsville, Ala – The Alabama Legislature & Alabama Sports Festival Foundation declared June 8th “First Responders Day” in Limestone, Madison & Morgan Counties. A ceremony will be held to honor the men and women that risk their lives for us before the this year’s Alabama State Games at the VBC’s Propst Arena. The ASF wants to hear from you about which first responders deserve some special admiration and praise. You can submit the name of a first responder you want […]

  • Meet Tiger Jake – SEC Media Days’ Newest Star

    HOOVER, Ala.  – If you’ve been anywhere on social media today, then you’ve likely seen the latest star from SEC Media Days: Tiger Jake. Easily the most photographed dog in #SECMD17 history. Meet TigerJake and his owner Ron. His hair dye gets reapplied every 8 weeks. #woof — Chris Davis WHNT (@ChrisDavisMMJ) July 13, 2017 The service dog was dyed to look like the mascot for his owner Ron’s favorite team, the Auburn Tigers. According to our sources down […]

  • BMW adds 134k SUVs to driveshaft recall

    BMW is adding 134,000 SUVs to its 2016 driveshaft recall to fix driveshaft joints that can fail and cause vehicles to stop moving. The German automaker says the recall covers certain X5 and X6 SUVs from 2011 to 2014 in the United States and Canada. Originally BMW recalled around 21,000 vehicles in 2016 but decided to expand the recall because of an increase in warranty claims. They say some front universal join seals were manufactured wrong and can allow water […]

  • Multiple human trafficking arrests made in 3-day operation in Tennessee

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Over the course of a three-day investigation called “Operation Someone Like Me,” 41 arrests were made by special agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation along with other partner agencies. During those three days, 485 men responded to ads posted online. There were a total of 5,367 communication interactions made to TBI undercover Agents: Tuesday texts – 1,232 Wednesday texts – 2,474 Thursday texts – 1,127 Total phone calls – 534 More than half of the people responding […]

  • J.O. Johnson alumnus pays tribute to alma mater through moving video

    Huntsville, Ala. – A Facebook video paying tribute to J.O. Johnson High School has been viewed more than 30,000 times. The video was shot and posted by Johnson alumnus Lance Piri. It’s a stirring memorial to the former school, showing many of the former trophies and accolades achieved over the school’s 44-year history. Piri takes viewers around the school grounds; through the hallways, classrooms and facilities. In his post, Piri says “You can tear down our school, change the name, but […]

  • Lyons HR to host job fair in Limestone County on Aug. 10

    ATHENS, Ala. – Lyons HR is having a job fair at the Athens Public Library on Wednesday, August 10, 2016 from 9am to 3pm. Recruiters will be on site. Various positions for motivated and hard-working applicants will be available; including manufacturing, machine operators, administrative, agriculture and production. All positions require pre-employment  drug screenings and background checks. The Athens Public Library is located at 603 S. Jefferson Street.

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