Florence City School’s Falcon Feeder hitting the streets with free meals this summer

  The March Continues: Huntsville protestors say they see no change in the city one year later

  Mark C. Smith Concert Hall upgrades, Broadway Theater League announces 2021-2022 show lineup

  Town of North Courtland celebrates 40 years of being incorporated

  How HPD handles internal affairs complaints similar to viral Facebook Live case

  Back to normal: Many businesses, museums returning back to normal

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  Making History: Phil Campbell hires first woman Police Chief

  Help the East Limestone Marching Indians take their talent to Hawaii

  “Stories Behind The Stars” writing legacy of WW2 casualties, heroes

  Huntsville man tells story of surviving blood clot, stroke

Alabama Veterans Museum & Archives planning Memorial Day Program

  WIC temporarily increasing benefits by more than double

  Sister of Morgan County AMBER alert teen speaks out

“My sister’s 16, this guy’s almost 40. We don’t approve of that around here,”

  Decatur Fire & Rescue seeks greater applicant turnout, especially when it comes to women

Fire departments nationwide are struggling with staffing shortages, especially when it comes to hiring women. WAFF 48’s Kellie Miller introduces us to the only woman in the ranks of Decatur Fire.

Chattanooga Zoo welcomes a baby Blue Duiker

A new antelope came to town at the Chattanooga Zoo! The Zoo proudly announced the arrival of a baby Blue Duiker on Tuesday.

Portion of Joe Wheeler State Park to reopen this weekend

Over at Joe Wheeler, the day-use area and sandy beach is reopening just in time for Memorial Day weekend!

  Cook Museum of Natural Science voted Best New Museum by USA Today

  Federal Agents say Falkville man arrested at Capitol riots had more weapons and explosives in his home

  Community members fix Huntsville pool, doors open Memorial Day weekend

  Campsites, RV Parks hard to find this Memorial Day weekend

Ardmore parents welcome third child with same birthday

  The 2021 Alabama Jubilee kicks off Memorial Day weekend

  Limestone County will soon have improved internet connection

County leaders are putting a $600,000 grant to work to expand broadband.

Downtown Rescue Mission hosting annual Glow Run 5k

The Downtown Rescue Mission is hosting its annual Glow Run 5K on August 14, 2021, to support homeless men, women and children.

Job Shoppe to host job fair for Vuteq in Huntsville on Monday

The Job Shoppe is hosting a career fair on May 24 for leading manufacturing facility, Vuteq.

Hazel Green Lady Trojans win 6A state softball championship

Hazel Green Lady Trojans win 6A state softball championship

  Swampers, Roger Hawkins, remembered for his lasting legacy as iconic drummer

Swampers, Roger Hawkins, remembered for his lasting legacy as iconic drummer

A different kind of Sound & Color: Street artist paints Brittany Howard mural in downtown Athens

Happening in downtown Athens: Renowned street artist, ARCY, is painting a mural of the Grammy-award-winning artist known for her bluesy, powerhouse vocals.

Muscle Shoals drummer for The Swampers, Roger Hawkins, dies at 75

Roger Hawkins was the kind of musician who could make a quiet crowd get on their feet and dance. The drummer, a member of the iconic Muscle Shoals Swampers and co-founder of Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, has died at 75.

  Man accused of causing a 2018 fatal wreck testifies in court

Scotty Moss took responsibility for what happened, and became very emotional while testifying.

  Alabama Shakes drummer facing a child abuse charge can now see children again

A bench trial was scheduled to address a potential violation of Johnson’s protection order, but the judge granted a continuance.

  Bank Independent Shelter Share going on now

It is Bank Independent’s 8th annual Shelter Share Drive! The money raised goes toward resources for the shelters.

  A sound of normalcy: Muscle Shoals Sound Studios extending tours during summer

A sense of normalcy: Muscle Shoals Sound Studios adding Monday tours during summer hours

  Workers from around the country help paralyzed contractor fulfill job

The owner of Primarily Pond in Ownes Cross Roads was preparing for his latest project when he was paralyzed in a car wreck. When he realized he couldn't complete the job by himself, others were quick to reach out

  Long-term care facilities continue to head towards normalcy

“The mental aspect for all of us has been so much better,”

  Trial kicks off for 2018 fatal car wreck case in Limestone County

Scotty Moss is accused of killing Lloyd Reed while driving under the influence in 2018.

SPOTLIGHT: Alabama A&M’s bowling squad bowls more than strikes

The 2020-2021 lady bulldogs bowling team is crushing it both on and off the lanes. The team had a combine GPA of 3.34 overall this past school year.

  All Morgan County school systems will now get millions in online sales tax revenue

“That money will be able to be spent on the students and expanding programs, but it’s going to help in so many different ways with each schools district,”

Franklin County K9 officer receives body armor donation

Police officers aren’t the only ones who need protection. K9 Mambo with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office can serve and protect in style with his new body armor.

  65 years later: Butler High School Prom King, Queen crowned again

John Thomas and Sara Thomas won the title in 1956 at Butler High School, and were crowned again at Madison at the Range's senior prom Friday night.

Free food box giveaway in Hutnsville this weekend

Members of Union Chapel Missionary Baptist Church are holding a food box giveaway on Saturday, May 15.

  Local doctor reacts to CDC loosening up masking guidelines

“The number of restrictions and the number of things that we asked people to do during the worst part of the pandemic are slowly being stripped away so that we can return back to normal,”

Gov. Ivey announces grant to help refurbish Pisgah water tank

This grant will help the town refurbish an aging water tank and improve public safety.

  Tell Their Story: Remembering the Scottsboro Boys at Burritt on the Mountain series

A lecture series and exhibit tour will highlight the importance of a right to a fair trail is happening at Burritt on the Mountain this Saturday.

  Decatur-Morgan Hospital launches new mobile medical unit

This will help thousands of people in the area get the care they need who can’t actually come in to a health facility themselves.

  Some stations still without gas as pipeline resumes operations

Some stations still without gas as pipeline resumes operations

  Morgan County Sheriff’s Office holds annual firearm qualifications

“If we have to respond to a situation for instance like a hostage situation, we want to make sure that each deputy is proficient in their shooting,”

  COVID-19 pandemic paves way for entrepreneurial endeavors in Huntsville

More than 2,800 business licenses were filed from Jan. 1, 2020 to the present, just in the city of Huntsville.

  Florence business owner hopes to see more job applicants after pandemic unemployment benefits end

Florence business owner hopes Gov Ivey ending pandemic unemployment benefits will bring in more job applications

Guntersville City School board disappointed vote for new high school failed

Efforts to build a new high school in Guntersville hit a major roadblock this week.

  Stations across North Alabama still tapped out of fuel; leaving people concerned for their jobs

“All of our equipment runs on gas. Our trucks luckily are diesel but if that goes south, we wouldn’t be able to have crews on the road,” said a local landscaping company owner.

Dr. Dorothy Davidson, Huntsville philanthropist, trailblazer dies at 86

Dr. Dorothy S. Davidson is known as a trailblazer for women in her field, but also a pioneer within the engineering industry as a whole.

  EXCLUSIVE: Decatur death investigation continues as the victim’s family speaks out

“I know it’s not going to bring him back but, I’m crying for justice. I want justice,” said the wife of 59-year-old Chester Jordan.

  Jackson County healthcare workers honored during National Hospital Week

500 staff were provided a free delicious, loaded potato lunch by Joy Delivering SoCo Barbecue Food Truck.

  New Athens Elementary School construction set to begin soon

Athens City Schools Chief Student Financial Officer and Assistant Superintendent Serena Owsley says most elementary schools in the system are at up to 85% capacity, and the new building could help accommodate growth in the district.

Florence City Schools opens resource store for students in need

Florence City Schools have opened a resource store that will provide free emergency supplies for students in need.

  Limestone Sheriff’s Rodeo holds “Kickin’ into Rodeo Week”

“We build up excitement for this event all year long. When it stops on Saturday night, we’re talking about getting ready for the next one the next year,” said presenting committee member Michelle Williamson.

  Decatur-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce President announces retirement after 30 years on the job

Long-time President and CEO John Seymour may be retiring, but his impact on Morgan County cannot be missed.

GasBuddy: What you need to know about the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack & gas prices

The Colonial Pipeline company, based in Georgia, said Saturday that it was hit by a ransomware attack and halted all pipeline operations to deal with the threat.

Decatur’s Cook Museum nominated for Best New Museum by USA Today

While the museum is currently in the running, it needs votes to win!

Find the best music at Alabama’s 40th Annual Record Show

If you spend your weekends perusing yard sales, thrift stores and record shops for some good vinyl, we’ve got a good show in store for you.

  Thursday storm caused more power outages than February’s multi-day ice storm

Thursday storm caused more power outages than February, multi-day ice storm

  Shoetopia manager thankful for Muscle Shoals community after her store burned in a fire

Shoetopia manager reflects on loss of business in fire; thankful for community

Mother and daughter, who both had heart transplants, use Mother’s Day to raise awareness about heart disease

The month of May is National Stroke Awareness Month, and this Mother’s Day weekend is extra special for a mother and daughter pair who underwent heart transplants.

  One year later: How one Florence business is doing after receiving the “Florence First” grant

One year later: how one Florence business is doing after receiving the “Florence First” grant

  Fort Payne celebrates National Day of Prayer at city park

Dozens of community members and city leaders made the event a priority to gather for prayer and fellowship at Fort Payne City Park.

  Friends of Huntsville woman accused of faking cancer say she’s still manipulating people from jail

“Initially Dawn’s claim was ‘I don’t know why I’m here, I don’t know what’s going on,’” said a friend of Lineberger’s regarding her reaction following the arrest.

  More clean energy could be coming to Limestone County

A new solar panel farm that could power thousands of homes is in the early stages of development.

  Decatur Housing Authority hires new executive director following years of discrimination claims

New executive director Taura Denmon says she wants to put the discrimination issues behind the agency and move into a brighter future.

  “You need to prepare for the worst and hope for the best;” How one Shoals family preps for severe weather

Severe weather can move fast, does your family have a plan?

  Florence business sees more foot traffic since Safer Apart order

Almost a month after safer apart order local business is seeing more foot traffic

  Sparkman Middle School makes special Today Show appearance

Sparkman Middle School will be on NBC's Today Show to help celebrate National Teacher Appreciation Week!

  New 3M report raises concerns of air contamination at Decatur Aquadome

Manufacturer 3M is accused of dumping dangerous chemicals in the property that used to be a landfill in the 1960′s.

  Farm Food Collaborative reaches more than 48,000 North Alabama students

The FFC provided 48,911 North Alabama students with fresh, locally grown strawberries.

  Athens residents concerned about traffic flow amid hundreds of houses coming to Lindsay Lane

Some neighbors worry the development will just create more traffic and congestion.

  Morgan County is among many areas experiencing truck driver shortage

Come Summer, fuel companies may not have enough of these drivers to fully supply all gas stations in the state.

Florence City Schools open new resource center

A new resource center is open for Florence City School students

  ASCTE bridging the gap between arts, engineering through music technology program

ASCTE students learn how to use a music production software to make beats.

  Couple pledges to match new donations for 10-year-old Athens girl recovering from heart transplant

The couple that wishes to remain anonymous has stated they will match any donations given for the next 30 days via the Children’s Organ Transplant Association website.

  Farm Food Collaborative connecting farmers to local schools, grocery stores amid successful harvest

FFC leaders help area farmers sell into wholesale markets, including K-12 school districts, early care and education sites, grocery stores and restaurants.