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HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- Unless otherwise noted, Huntsville police reported the following incidents Wednesday.
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The victim, 35-year-old Kelvin Kenzenski Howard, died at the scene. Police said Howard was fighting with 18-year-old Shaquille Baker inside the home.
A tense scene at the Walmart on South Parkway in Huntsville Tuesday afternoon. An off-duty Morgan County sheriff's deputy shot a man while trying to make an arrest.
Last fall, a group of church goers went to work on the area, cleared the ground, and re-lit the cross.
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - It was a busy Saturday 35 years ago when longtime entrepreneur Jerriel Stephens defied his wife's wishes by leaving to check out a land auction where a 3.59-acre north Huntsville property was up for sale.
Capt. Juan Joyner says two men were fighting outside of a home. One was shot and killed, and police caught the suspect.
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - Only in Huntsville would craft beer and a shuttle training aircraft used to train astronauts somehow fit together without raising a lot of eyebrows.
In the gallery, above, from the photo files of The Huntsville Times, people participate in the Stations of the Cross walk along Aldridge Creek Greenway.
At its meeting last week, the Huntsville City Council granted Publix an off-premise beer and wine license for the grocery store at 310 Pelham Ave. Spokesperson Brenda Reid said Publix will begin moving in as soon as it receives a certificate of occupancy from the city.
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- A 63-year-old man charged with shooting a 73-year-old in the victim's front yard last month, will appear before a Madison County judge Wednesday seeking a reduction in his $250,000 bond.
The Madison County Schools superintendent hasn't always been an elected position.
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- Three Huntsville men have been indicted on murder charges stemming from a 2013 shooting where they are accused of hunting down a man who robbed them of a large bag of marijuana the day before.
Their faded sign is clustered near a few others in the parking lot, and there's not really any marker above this delivery/take-out spot's space in a sun-bleached Bob Wallace Avenue retail center, also home to a barber shop and Boost Mobile store.
Have you been boxing up old important papers or hard drives? The next Secure Your ID Days, offered by the Better Business Bureau of North Alabama, are now scheduled.
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- Craft beer zealots obsess over hops like Rolling Stones fans obsess over Stones albums Mick Taylor played guitar on - because sometimes when you change just one variable in an equation, the impact is massive.
Why did a Decatur waitress hold onto a vehicle when it was trying to leave the parking lot of Ryan's restaurant Monday evening? That's the question police are asking themselves.