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Police are asking for tips on the location of 38-year-old Julius Kareem Townsend, who is approximately 5'6, 175 pounds with short hair.
Thursday | Alabama Live
Students at Bob Jones High School in Madison wait for class to begin on the first day of the 2014-2015 school year.
Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle said the city will not bow to intimidation and threats, and that's exactly what he says a local developer made recently in a deal involving high-end outdoor store Cabela's.
Before the dust settled from the Town Madison groundbreaking two weeks ago , heavy equipment was clearing wide paths for new roads and stores in connection with the $400 million development.
On Wednesday, Aug 27, Calhoun Community College President Dr. Marilyn Clark Beck has announced her plans to retire from the college, effective Dec 31, 2014.
Police said Officer Eric Parker was off-duty when man tried to rob him at the Gallery Shopping Center at 4925 University Dr. in Huntsville.
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - More than 3,000 youth and their parents flooded the Jaycee's Building and fairgrounds on Saturday, Aug. 16, 2014, for the annual Community Awareness for Youth Back-to-School Celebration.
MADISON, Alabama -- Rainbow Elementary in Madison is the first school in Alabama to earn the distinction of National PTA School of Excellence, and state Superintendent Tommy Bice on Tuesday helped students, parents and staff members celebrate.
After debate and barely determining to even take a vote, the City Council approved entering a Memorandum of Agreement with a firm to partner on building and operating a recreation campus.
Petitions will be circulating soon calling for a liquor referendum that would affect all of Limestone County.
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- Of the dozens of beers Yellowhammer Brewing makes over the course of a year, Rebellion Red is the one head brewer Keith Yager drinks most often with his dinner.
Madison Police arrested two individuals Thursday evening for breaking into automobiles in neighborhoods.
Debra Elaine Burks, 37, and Dennis Lee Green, 30, both face four counts of breaking and entering a motor vehicle and four counts of theft of property.
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - Four north Alabama politicians paid up Friday morning after accepting the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge that is sweeping the nation in an effort to raise money and awareness to fight Lou Gehrig's disease.
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Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 05:28 pm
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