Huntsville - Madison

  Local Huntsville church holds drive up voter registration

There is a drive through registration drive from Noon to 3 p.m. at Progressive Union Missionary Baptist Church in Huntsville on Saturday.

Raytheon Technologies to cut 15,000 jobs

Madison City Schools announces football game forfeits, delay in high school return due to COVID-19 cases

Huntsville City Schools hosts food drive between Grissom, Huntsville High Schools

  Alabama A&M students seek on-demand counseling services

  Huntsville City School survey results show concern for the school year

  Polaris Huntsville looking to hire 175 workers to meet rising demand

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UPDATE: One man arrested following double stabbing investigation in Marshall County

Morton Hall reopens with 21st century panache, versatility

Huntsville-Madison 9-1-1 teams up with Sprocket to keep children safe during an emergency

North Alabama Zoological Society hoping to raise $6M in 1 year to build zoo

  U.S. 231 construction could be done in a few weeks

  Toney Volunteer Fire Department honored, recruiting more

Authorities looking for Huntsville teen

Jesilany Villanueva is 14-years-old and was last seen on the night of September 11.

  Madison County commissioners approve new $67 Million budget

Not only will the new budget pay for increased salaries and more employees, it will also pay for more vehicles and equipment every deputy needs.

  Local mausoleum falling short; family wants answers

They want repairs to be made or they plan to take it to court.

  Two local lawyers agree, landlord-tenant laws are a mess

“Without any kind of rent relief there’s really no way we’re ever going to find the other side of this.”

  Huntsville officials update latest on COVID-19

  Huntsville Utilities has crews on standby to help with hurricane relief

  Huntsville City Council reviews $236M budget plan

UAH enrollment reaches milestone, 10,000 students

New Google Fiber program recruits Huntsville users

  Police simulation shows what it takes to be an officer

  North Alabama Red Cross deploys 30 volunteers to Mobile

The Red Cross in North Alabama current has 30 volunteers deployed and staged in Mobile. There are also 35 other volunteers who volunteer at the Red Cross who are deployed virtually.

  American Legion Post 237 in Huntsville making a second trip to Louisiana

Their leaving Thursday, September 17th, to drop off more supplies. You still have time if you want to get involved and make a donation.

  Jury trials in most North Alabama counties still weeks away

Most North Alabama counties are looking toward restarting jury trials in October.

  Huntsville financial representative shares tips to get finances on track

Three simple steps everyone can take to organize their finances and plan ahead.

  Huntsville Police make arrest in connection to Monday night parking lot shooting

Huntsville Police officers are investigating a shooting on Willowbrook Drive Monday night.

  Crews prepare to demolish Haysland Square, creating a bright economic future

Construction crews are preparing to knock down a neglected strip mall on South Memorial Parkway in Huntsville.

  Drive-thru parade held at Huntsville assisted living facility

Residents and staff at the Country Cottage kicked off National Assisted Living Week with a celebration.

  Madison County Schools return to traditional learning

For the first time this school year, students at Madison County Schools have the option to attend class in person.

  Huntsville City Schools reopen doors to students

The school system has 64% of its students returning to in-person learning, while the other 36% will stay at enrolled in the Huntsville Virtual Academy.

Police locate missing Huntsville man

The Huntsville Police Department needs your help in locating a missing person

  U.S. Space & Rocket Center offers new behind the scenes experiences

The museum is now offering “behind the scenes” experiences to everyone, which were previously only available for Space Camp students.

  Car crashes into Huntsville home late Saturday night

The driver and passenger in the car under the house both have life-threatening injuries and were taken to Huntsville Hospital.

Huntsville Police searching for suspects in shooting near Academy Sports

Huntsville Police searching for suspects for allegedly shooting into Academy Sports

  Parents, school officials respond to mask mandate at high school football games

Packing the stands while not wearing masks. We’ve had several calls from concerned parents after weeks of high school football games with crowded stands. Primary complaints include a lack of social distancing, and a lack of mask wearing.

  Madison man beats COVID-19; welcomed home 7 weeks later

A Madison man is finally home after getting COVID-19 and being in the hospital for seven weeks.

Huntsville man known as ‘Southwest Molestor’ dies of COVID-19

Dejnozka, 76, was serving 830 years at the Holman Correctional Facility for multiple sentences related to beating, molesting and raping 18 Huntsville women in the late 1970′s.

  Woman attacked inside Huntsville wine bar; assault captured on camera

Moments after a lawsuit was filed, the victim and her attorney sat down and spoke with our Kate Smith about what happened.

Alabama lagging behind in 2020 census response

Filling out a census is crucial to determine how federal funding is distributed to our communities.

  Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle releases 2021 proposed budget

The 2021 proposed budget is $236 million, an $8 million increase from 2020.

  Kitchen Cops: Mini Mart ordered closed & problems in Providence

After a long delay due to COVID-19, some county health departments are once again inspecting kitchens.

  WAFF investigates Huntsville apartment with mold and elevator issues

No working elevator and now mold covering the walls. The problems residents are dealing at Huntsville Summit Apartments in Huntsville are ongoing.

  Huntsville Hospital looking to hire at least 100 nurses

Huntsville Hospital says they want to hire at least 100 more nurses to be ready for flu season during the pandemic, and they are rolling out some new perks.

The Monte Sano Art Festival returns

The annual visual arts festival will be held September 12 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and September 13 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Mayor Battle proposes new $236 million budget

The budget represents the continuing commitment of city government to provide quality services and investments to a growing community while meeting the challenges of current economic events.

Six people displaced in Huntsville fire

Assistant Fire Marshals believe the fire was caused accidentally by a clothing dryer.

  Alabamians have 20 days left to complete 2020 Census

Huntsville Madison County Chamber encourages residents to complete 2020 Census.

  Huntsville City School leaders talk about in-person classes resuming

“People are excited for a sense of normalcy, not only here at Huntsville City Schools but all across North Alabama," Williams said.

  Time’s running out to sign up for COVID-19 vaccine trial

If you want to help with a COVID-19 vaccine trial, your time is running out .

  Former employee speaks out about working conditions at Tut Fann

More than 80 people living and working inside have tested positive for the virus since the start of the pandemic.

Nine HCS students named National Merit Semifinalists

The Semifinalists selected represent less than one percent of U.S. high school seniors and will have a chance to compete for over 7,600 scholarships.

  New Hope High School expansion nearly finished as students prepare to return

Students in 7th and 8th grade will be going to New Hope High School this year in a brand new wing of the school.

  Students can now receive free meals following new guidance from USDA

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has extended several meal serving flexibilities within Child Nutrition Programs across the country.

Huntsville officials update latest on COVID-19

The latest from Huntsville on Wednesday

  New safety precautions for Madison County Courthouse jurors, jury trials

A notification to report for jury duty in Madison County could soon be coming your way. Judge Ruth Ann Hall said the Madison County Courthouse is resuming their jury trials October 19th, but in a smaller scale than normal.

  Volunteer group returns from Louisiana after helping 9 families

Volunteer Danny Walker said that many residents in Lake Charles, Louisiana are still without power.

Trial date set for man accused of kidnapping, assaulting woman

A trial date has been set for a man indicted for allegedly kidnapping and assaulting a woman he met online.

  Trials for Madison County capital murder cases postponed until 2021

There were at least six capital cases scheduled to happen this year, according to Presiding Circuit Judge Ruth Ann Hall.

Rider ejected following motorcycle, car collision on Pulaski Pike

Two Huntsville residents were transported to the hospital on Monday following a collision between an automobile and a motorcycle.

  Madison City students begin in-person classes after four weeks of remote school

After four weeks of remote learning, students return to class.

Downtown Huntsville relaunches bike share program

Downtown Huntsville announced Tuesday the opening of 11 bike stations in the downtown area

  Some Madison County Water Department customers to experience brief outage Tuesday

Please contact the Madison County Water Department at (256) 746-2888 with any questions.

  Protesters react to armed man arrested at Huntsville demonstration

A man seen pulling at his handgun and threatening protesters remains behind bars Monday evening. Scott Christopher Davis was arrested on charges of public intoxication and possession of a firearm at a demonstration.

  Madison County memorial for 116th year Anniversary of Horace Maples lynching

People made posters, wrote letters and dropped off flowers at the memorial.

  American Legion in Huntsville helping hurricane victims in Louisiana

This weekend, Christopher Perry, a member of the American Legion Post 237, delivered a trailer full of items.

  Huntsville couple celebrates 75 years of marriage

Couple celebrates 75 years of love and marriage

Huntsville Police investigating double shooting on Patton Road

Huntsville Police are investigating a double shooting on Patton Road. icers on-scene at Patton Road near its intersection with Drake Avenue.

  Huntsville counter-protester faces firearm, public intoxication charges

A man is behind bars in the Madison County Jail after Huntsville Police say he was waving a gun at protesters on Sunday.

  Huntsville Police investigating overnight shooting

The shooting happened at Club 3208 in Huntsville off Triana Boulevard around 1:30 Sunday morning.

  Huntsville businesses step outdoors for sidewalk sale

Local restaurants and retail shops in the downtown area will be bringing their business outside their doors with special deals and sales.

  Gas prices low in Alabama as people hit the roads for holiday weekend

According to AAA, the current cost per-gallon in the state for gas is a $1.93 right now.

  Learning cubicles put to the test

Containing the germs in a box. A local company is making a product to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in schools by using something they’re calling learning cubicles. These cubicles are individualized for every student with shields all around to protect others from germs.

  Ten more residents test positive for Covid inside Tut Fann; total now at 50

Nearly 30 employees have also tested positive.

  Inside look at Madison City School classrooms, students head back Tuesday

More than half of Madison City School elementary students are heading back into the classroom Tuesday, after online-only classes for the first four weeks of school.

Drive-up voter services in north Alabama

The League of Women Voters of the Tennessee Valley is hosting a series of voter drives designed to engage the community in registering to vote and applying for absentee ballots now through the general election.

Authorities looking for missing Huntsville man

Tyler Smith is a 24-year-old white male and Police say he may be living with a condition that could impair his judgement.

  Huntsville cyber school uses new program to help combat anxiety among students

Counselor Beth Blair explains new virtual mental health training program for teachers and gives tips to combat stress and anxiety.

  Huntsville City School District leaders discuss new opening plan

Leaders from the Huntsville City School District talked about the opening plan for students in a work session on Thursday.

  Program connects families with academic coaches for virtual learning

Kollide is helping Madison County families with virtual learning during the pandemic.