15 hrs ago
Military memorial service held for Huntsville WWII veteran on widow's 93rd birthday
"It's symbolic of your husband passing the responsibility to fight to defend this great nation while he rests.
20 hrs ago
Three men face multiple felony charges following October Toney home invasion
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- Three men have been indicted on multiple felony charges, including kidnapping and robbery, stemming from a reported Toney home invasion in October.
Union chief holds out hope furlough number will be lowered again
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- As president of the American Federal of Government Employees Local 1858 , which represents some 9,000 workers at Redstone Arsenal, Abner Merriweather hears all types of concerns from employees facing 11 days of unpaid leave starting in July.
Fri May 17, 2013
Alabama ordered to respond to Huntsville cop killer's efforts to overturn murder conviction, death sentence
Kenneth and Diannah Golden, parents of Daniel Golden; Jaxson Golden, nephew of Daniel Golden; and Donessa Golden, widow of Daniel Golden, with highway sign honoring slain Huntsville police officer Daniel Golden.
Commission Approves Resolution Regarding Operation Of Madison County Farmer's Market
Earlier this month WHNT News 19 reported the oldest farmer's market in the state of Alabama would remain closed until June 1 due to a financial shortfall to the tune of $60,000. But Friday Madison County Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution providing a compromise for local farmers and those who enjoy their wares at the Madison County ... (more)
Thu May 16, 2013
Superintendents React To Gov. Bentley's Accountability Act Amendment
Governor Robert Bentley said Wednesday he wants a two-year delay on the private school tax credits established by the Alabama Accountability Act.
Two Arrested In Large Spice Bust In Madison County
Investigator arrested a New Hope couple in a huge spice bust this week. They say they found approximately 900 packets of the drug in their home.
Relatives of those buried in Rainsville cemetery fight state for upkeep of abandoned...
"The place where my wife's buried is rotting down and I'm not going to put up with this." The mausoleum at Mountain View Memory Gardens is so badly deteriorated that pieces of the ceiling have fallen to the floor.
Rape case involving self-deported UAH hockey player littered with lingering questions
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - The former University of Alabama in Huntsville hockey player charged with first-degree rape confessed to police that he engaged in non-consensual sex with the victim, according to campus police records.
Local Farmers Cut Back On Cotton Planting
A lot of area farmers are finishing off their planting this week, but there's some big changes in terms of what's going in the ground this year.
Wed May 15, 2013
MSFC Holds Annual Director's Breakfast for Community
Elected officials and business and community leaders heard an overview of NASA Marshall Space Flight Center's activities, budget and outlook from Center Director Patrick Scheuermann and other key Marshall leaders during an event today that celebrated the vital importance of the center's partnerships with industry, government and academia.
Huntsville expects to save $2.1M by refinancing Madison County Jail debt at lower interest rate
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - A bond refinancing approved by the Huntsville City Council on Wednesday is expected to save taxpayers nearly $2.1 million.
City of Madison spends $595,000 for emergency digital radios, joins...
MADISON, Alabama - A nearly $595,000 investment in new radio equipment looks to give Madison police and fire departments more reliable and broader service while also reducing the amount of gear officers must carry.
Case of woman charged with killing elderly uncle in Huntsville over $94 heads to grand jury
A Huntsville Police Department investigator testified this morning that surveillance tapes and the discovery of the victim's wallet point to Lisa Meshelle Perry as the killer of her 69-year-old uncle.
Gov. Robert Bentley to deliver 2013 Alabama update in Huntsville next week
Gov. Robert Bentley will deliver the 2013 Alabama update at noon May 22 at Von Braun Center North Hall in Huntsville, according to the Chamber of Commerce of Huntsville/Madison County.
Tue May 14, 2013
Convicted Huntsville cop killer Benito Albarran asks court to throw out conviction, death sentence
Benito Albarran, who was convicted in the 2005 shooting death of a Huntsville Police Department officer, is asking a Madison County court to overturn his conviction and death sentence.
Technology entrepreneur Stuart Obermann hired to lead Community Foundation of Huntsville/Madison County
Lynne Berry is stepping down as executive director in June, and the organization's board of directors has tapped technology entrepreneur Stuart Obermann to replace her.
Man Convicted In Huntsville Officer's Murder Appeals Death Sentence
Benito Albarran, the man convicted of killing a Huntsville Police Officer in 2005, is asking the court to overturn his death sentence.
Huntsville man enters guilty plea on child sex charges, faces long prison sentence
Marcus Pierre Jackson, 26, entered a guilty plea to two counts of sodomy in the first degree and two counts of sexual abuse of a child under 12, Madison County Assistant District Attorney Tim Gann said.
Madison City Council ready to vote on new school board member
They appear to be looking for someone who is the "right fit," as several council members have said repeatedly and not necessarily someone with the most impressive resume.