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  Fort Payne City Council approves additional security cameras for Meditation park

  School Resource Officer surprises student for 7th birthday

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

  North Alabama Task Force rescue team deploys to Prattville

  Dekalb County volunteers return home after assisting with Hurricane Laura relief efforts

  Jury trials in most North Alabama counties still weeks away

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  Jackson County election officials help voters with absentee ballots

  Organizers prepare for 23rd Annual United Way of Marshall County Day of Caring

  Interim Scottsboro police chief returns to work following DUI arrest

  DeKalb county bust results in drug charges for multiple Mentone residents

UPDATE: Pilot killed, missing plane found in Etowah County

Alabama lagging behind in 2020 census response

  Albertville City Schools creates tool to share coronavirus information online

Every district is handling reporting cases differently.

  Complaint filed to contest Stevenson mayoral election

Cloud ran against incumbent Mayor Rickey Steele during the Stevenson municipal election in August.

  All traditonal K-5th grade students return to Arab City School classrooms

Berry said they wanted to wait until after Labor Day to monitor COVID-19 cases in the areas.

  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.

  Mountain Lakes Chamber of Commerce creates partnerships to help restaurants and families in need

  Interim Scottsboro Police Chief on paid administrative leave following DUI

  Marshall County Democratic Party host 8 voter drive-thru clinics

Police looking for Collinsville robbery suspect

  New electric car charging station in Boaz

  Daughter takes nursing home job to see mother with dementia

Albertville police looking for missing teen

Laney Knight is 17-year-old female last seen at her home in Albertville on the night of Sept. 1.

  Two men launched a food delivery app for the Arab area

After not being able to order food and have it delivered to their home, Founders Josh Gaddis and Chris Sivley developed the Hometown 2 Go app.

  USDA offers free meals to all public students

Thanks to the United States Department of Agriculture, all public schools will be able to offer free meals to students.

Principal of Ider High School passes away

Cyrus Frost was the principal of Ider High School and unexpectedly passed away.

Federal Fugitive Captured by U.S. Marshals

On Wednesday, an operation conducted by the DeKalb County Narcotics Unit, DeKalb County Investigators, the ALEA Aviation Unit, and the U.S. Marshall’s resulted in the capture of federal fugitive, Weston Lee Tidwell.

One woman dead following a crash in Etowah County

A three-vehicle crash occurred around 5:00 a.m. Tuesday, claiming the life of a New Harford, NY woman.

  Guntersville City Harbor development making progress

The first section of a major development in Guntersville is already under construction.

  Marshall Co. Christmas Coalition looking for more donations

For more than 20 years, The Marshall County Christmas Coalition has helped families in need by providing them with gifts for Christmas. Starting next week, registration will open for families wishing to participate in the program to receive a little help this Christmas.

Langston man faces child abuse charges

A Langston man is facing child abuse charges in Marshall county.

  New storm shelter underway for Jackson County

A new storm shelter in Scottsboro will soon provide a safe space to ride out storms.

  Jackson County selected for rural recovery program

But a new program that’s coming to Jackson County will soon be able to provide assistance.

Tut Fann residents: “They are extremely scared.”

Concerned viewers are reaching out telling us the virus is running rampant inside the facility and health guidelines aren’t being followed.

  North Alabama first responders on stand by to deploy to Louisiana

As of right now, they have been put on standby until further notice.

  Sand Mountain Emergency officials make preparations for impacts of hurricane Laura

Since last week, McBurnett said officials have been gearing up for Hurricane Laura.

Ambulance struck with patient inside

The ambulance struck a power line that was down and forced the ambulance into a guardrail. No injuries were reported from the crash and the patient has been taken care of.

DeKalb County man accused of shooting woman in face

One man is arrested, accused of shooting a woman in the face.

Marshall County woman found

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Office says that a woman who was reported missing was found safely.

  Protesters, counter protesters rally at Confederate monument site in Albertville

An option for a new location for the monument is at the Albertville museum or a pre-civil war cemetery.

  Marshall County receiving new electronic poll books

On Wednesday, the Marshall County Commission approved the contract for the new poll books.

  Marshall County discusses COVID-19 leave for employees

A special board meeting is scheduled for Thursday, so leaders can discuss leave for county workers.

UPDATE: Missing Etowah Co. teen found safe

The Etowah County Sheriff’s Office says Devon Wayne Copeland has been found,

  Guntersville Fire and Rescue Department receive a truck upgrade

It’s replacing a 1999 model that began having some mechanical issues.

  Bassmaster Elite Series Tournament coming to Lake Guntersville

Local officials said they’re excited for the tournament and that it will help make up lost revenue for the area.

Marshall County deputies searching for sex offender who failed to register

Marshall County deputies are asking for help to locate a convicted sex offender who failed to register with their office.

  Jackson County School superintendent discusses first two weeks of school

When students in Jackson County started school, Jackson county was a high risk area for coronavirus cases, which Superintendent Kevin Dukes said was a major concern for him.

  Jackson County 4-H program to be held virtually this year

This year programs will be conducted via zoom and activities will be limited in person due to COVID-19.

  Scottsboro City Schools first day back in the classroom

Superintendent Jose Reyes Jr. said the transition back to school was smooth.

  Albertville City Schools students back to class

Albertville students will go back on a staggered schedule, with students divided into three groups.

Help the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office find Preston Alan Moon

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Office needs your help locating a missing person.

Huntsville Woman scammed out of $8K by ‘customer support’ crook

These scammers have set up a fake phone number and then list it on the internet claiming to be 'Cash App' customer support.

  Marshall County nurse passes away from complications of COVID-19

A nurse at Marshall Medical Center South has passed away from complications from COVID-19.

  Marshall County Schools first day back in the classroom

It was an exciting first day back at Marshall Technical School as staff welcomed students back into the classroom.

  School superintendent at Arab City Schools welcomes students back on first day

To welcome students back to school, Arab Superintendent Johnny Berry spent the morning on a school bus.

  Boaz High School students return back into the classroom

Social distancing guidelines are in place for the safety of staff and students.

Dekalb County police on the hunt for a man who stole multiple vehicles

The Dekalb County Police Department is looking for 21-year-old Daniel Spurgin Jr. for the theft of multiple vehicles in Ider.

Man in Grant used stolen debit card for purchases

On August 14 one man used a stolen debit card to purchase two gift cards in the amount of $750.00 at a Dollar General store in Grant.

  Cumberland Health and Rehab creates Family Connection Center for residents and families

Visitors, including family members, have not been allowed inside Cumberland Health and Rehab for several months.

  Veterans Memorial Park of Jackson County in need of donations to complete park

In 2014, the push to build the Veterans Memorial Park of Jackson County started after $600,000 was collected from donations, materials and private funding.

  NCAC creates toolkit to assist educators identify possible child abuse and neglect during remote learning

After the closure of schools during the onset of the pandemic, Madison County experienced a 50% drop in child abuse cases reported.

  Russellville receives gifts to fund splash pad, new library

The family donated the property with the stipulation that the library be built within 10 years.

Grant man faces firearm charge, parole violation following incident in Marshall county

A Marshall County Sheriff’s Office shooting investigation resulted in the arrest of a Grant man on Monday.

  Local Arab churches come together to provide virtual assistance program for students

In a few days, the doors to Gilliam Springs Baptist Church will be open to provide students with online virtual assistance.

  School officials at Brindlee Mountain Primary school prepare for new school year

Earlier today, parents and students filled the parking lot here at Brindlee Mountain Primary school to meet their teachers before they head back on Thursday.

  Rainsville citizens discuss vote on alcohol sales for municipal election

Four city council positions will be on the ballot in Rainsville on August 25th, but it’s the decision to allow or block alcohol sales that has many talking

  Marshall Medical Center officials see decrease in COVID-19 cases, discuss schools reopening

In the past two weeks, healthcare workers at Marshall Medical Centers have seen a 50 percent decrease in COVID-19 cases.

Local lawmakers help fund Arab Musical Theatre

The Marshall County Legislative Office is providing funding for the Arab Musical Theatre.

Sheriff: estranged husband arrested after woman’s body found in Grant

Marshall County Sheriff’s Office investigators say they’ve arrested the estranged husband of a woman found dead in Grant.

  Arab City Schools delay school start date to follow ADPH guidelines

Students were originally scheduled to begin the school year on August 17. Now, the start date has been moved back to August 20, to allow for additional preparations.

  Marshall County to receive new radio communication system

A radio is an essential piece of technology for any officer or deputy.

  Inaugural class at ASCTE to begin in-person learning Monday

This school is no different than any other school across the country. The top priority: student safety.

  Protest held to remove Confederate monument outside Albertville Courthouse

With signs in hand and confederate flags in the air, dozens of protesters rallied side-by-side around the Albertville Courthouse.

Foot chase leads to one arrest in Marshall County

One man was arrested after multiple on foot pursuits.

Narcotics disguised as candy seized in Fort Payne drug bust; 8 arrested

Eight people were arrested, including two juveniles, after narcotics packaged as candy were seized in Fort Payne.

  Scottsboro City School officials delay start date for students

Students in Scottsboro will now be starting school on August 24th instead of August 12th.

  Jackson county sees spike in coronavirus cases

He said he believes he knows why there’s a spike in COVID-19 cases.

Arab City School system updates reopening plan

Arab City Schools updated its reopening plan and will start the school year with all “traditional” students on a hybrid learning plan that requires some virtual schooling.

  Even with safety measures, fewer people using Guntersville buses

Kirkland said to ensure that passengers are safe, only three people are allowed on the bus. Caution tape is up to block off the seats, masks are required and there is a barrier up to protect bus drivers.

  Students in Dekalb County return to school for first day

School Superintendent Jason Barnett visited 7 campuses and said he was very happy to see everyone.