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Downtown Huntsville entertainment districts with relaxed alcohol rules, strong arts emphasis, go live Thursday (al.com)
In a few short hours, Huntsville will launch a bold experiment downtown. Mayor Tommy Battle said the new Quigley and Meridian Arts & Entertainment Districts, which go live at 5 p.m. Thursday, have the potential to lure visitors from across North Alabama.
LIMESTONE COUNTY, Ala. (WAAY) Alabama State Troopers are currently investigating a fatal hit and run on Interstate 65 in Limestone County.
Road projects delayed once again 4 hours ago
DECATUR, Ala. (WAAY)-The Decatur Police Department is wanting foster families to know that they are now protected in the Sex Offender Notification and Registration Act.
WAAY 31 FirstNews at 4: Wednesday, June19, 2013 6 hours ago
Today at 4...information on the treatment of Venous Reflux and getting ready for a big night out with the arts.
Joel Moyers charged with capital murder for a second time Today at 9:22AM
LIMESTONE, Ala. (WAAY) - Wednesday morning, a new warrant was signed by the Limestone County Sheriff's Department for Joel Moyers on the charge of capital murder, according to Limestone County …
Have you seen this truck? Troopers want help finding driver involved in fatal hit-and-run near Ardmore 4 hours ago
Alabama State Troopers are seeking the public's help in finding the truck involved in a hit-and-run accident that caused the death of a Tennessee grandfather Tuesday night.
Gerald Larkin Gibbs, 60, was indicted on the charge by a Madison County grand jury earlier this week and his case will now go to trial, according to WHNT.
Grand jury finds no basis to indict former teacher on molestation charges or man facing Madison sex charges 4 hours ago
The recent term of the Madison County grand jury determined there was not enough evidence to indict former teacher Harvey Knotts or Michael Garza in unrelated cases.
Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle's campaign to speed up Parkway overpass construction gains support (updated) 5 hours ago
During a Wednesday afternoon news conference, state Rep. Mike Ball, Madison County Commissioner Phil Riddick and City Councilman John Olshefski said they agree with the mayor that overpasses at Lily …
Tashomba Rico Williams, 39, is facing seven Class A felony charges: two counts of kidnapping, two counts of sexual torture, two counts of sodomy and one rape count stemming from a Oct. 16, 2009 …
Road Funding On Key Projects Up For Grabs 9 minutes ago
HUNTSVILLE, Ala.(WHNT)-More money for busy roads, but not necessarily all of them. State officials will meet later this week to decide which road...
We Like the CafeCup! 2 hours ago
The size of the evolutionary leap that “K-Cups” provided to morning Joe is pretty much the same mankind took when...
Anna Jones’ sketch, June 19 3 hours ago
Thank you, Anna, for your wonderful sketch. We enjoyed seeing your rainbow stretched out over a farm and a windmill....
Jaime Smith will probably need a new trophy case after all the awards he’s pulling in this summer. However after...
Actor James Gandolfini Dies in Italy 3 hours ago
(CNN) — James Gandolfini, who gained fame playing a memorable mafia boss on HBO’s “The Sopranos” by giving the role...
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Mueller: FBI uses drones for surveillance 6 minutes ago
The FBI uses drones for surveillance of stationary subjects, and the privacy implications of such operations are "worthy of debate," FBI Director Robert Mueller said Wednesday.
Celebrity chef and southern food connoisseur Paula Deen was back in a controversial spotlight Wednesday, alleged of using racial slurs as jokes in her restaurants in front of employees.
State board approves hospital proposal 2 hours ago
Lauderdale County moves a step closer to getting a new hospital.
James Gandolfini, 'Sopranos' actor, dead at 51 2 hours ago
Actor James Gandolfini, who famously played Tony Soprano, has died in Italy of an apparent heart attack.
Marshall Co. illegal hunting case unresolved 2 hours ago
In Marshall County, justice delayed could be a case of justice denied.
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North Alabama Park Needs Your Vote Yesterday at 12:54PM
A north Alabama park is competing to win a $100,000 grant from Coca-Cola. Sharon Johnston Park is asking for your vote in the "Take It to the Park" contest. The winner will receive a recreation grant …
Fire Investigation at Pine Grove Holy Church of Christ Yesterday at 11:51AM
The State Fire Marshal, the ATF, and local authorities are all chipping in to investigate a fire at the Pine Grove Holy Church of Christ. The church's sanctuary was destroyed over the weekend.
Wednesday's tribute to fallen officers in Morgan County has special meaning for a Decatur man.
Summer is finally here, which means peak vacation season and employees out of the office. For those who own their own companies, however, taking vacations and disconnecting is never easy, as business …
(BPT) - The summer educational break is no excuse to put academic or career ambitions on vacation.