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Rosie's International Services will honor members of the military and their families with the lighting of a Soldier Tree today at 3: 30 p.m., in the auditorium of the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library.
Allies in the form of volunteer chaplains stand with the men and women behind the badge when they need someone to talk about the stress of the job.
ATHENS, Alabama - Athens Police are searching for three people involved in the theft this morning of four rifles and several pistols from Craig's Gun and Tactical, Chief Floyd Johnson said.
A man convicted of robbing and shooting a Huntsville teen at the Best Wings restaurant on Meridian Street in March 2012 was sentenced tod ay to 30 years in prison.
Billy Cardwell during a break in his murder trial, which began Dec. 3, 2013 at the Madison County Courthouse.
Judge Alison Austin administers the oath of office to Dale Strong on the steps of the courthouse in downtown Huntsville on Nov 14, 2012.
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - State Sen. Shadrack McGill, who represents parts of east Huntsville and eastern Madison County, will not seek re-election, according to the Fort Payne Times-Journal.
The Mayor of Gurley, Robert Sentell, made a statement in which he offered condolences to Deen's family on behalf of the Town of Gurley, the police department and employees.
The Holiday Inn, near the Von Braun Center, will be close their doors December 15, leaving employees looking for new jobs weeks before Christmas.
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - The Arts Council is going on an art hunt and it needs your help.
Councilman Bill Kling said he agrees with Battle that Huntsville cannot wait another 10 years to deal with congestion on Memorial Parkway, University Drive and other state routes.
Construction of a new interchange between Interstate 565 and County Line Road could boost growth and property prices in an already fast-growing part of the Tennessee Valley, according to an expert at the University of Alabama in Huntsville.
Billy Cardwell sits during a break in his murder trial, which began this morning, Dec. 3, 2013 at the Madison County Courthouse.
Wednesday brought a flurry of activity to the site of the new Blake Bottom Road bridge over Indian Creek.