1 hr ago
Kitchen Cops: 3 low performers
Viet Huong Vietnamese Restaurant in Huntsville scored an 80 with the Madison County Health Department.
8 hrs ago
Graduation 2013: Union Chapel Christian Academy graduates its first class with six seniors
The six seniors of the first graduating class of Union Chapel Christian Academy, founded by Union Chapel Missionary Baptist Church, 315 Winchester Road N.E. in Huntsville in 2006, march down the aisle along with local dignitaries and the faculty of the 216-member K-12 school at the church on Wednesday, May 22, 2013.
Thu May 23, 2013
Five-lane Jeff Road plan could ease traffic jams, but some Monrovia residents dread more cars
Aerial maps showed a Jeff Road expansion would eat up about 25 feet of Heather and Bryan Bates's front yard and gulp down two 70-year-old trees as well.
Huntsville brothers among 20 arrested in drug ring sting
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - Federal agents along with members of a Madison and Morgan County Drug Task Force arrested 20 people involved in a drug trafficking ring operating out of Huntsville Thursday morning.
Widow of NASA engineer killed in police chase to appeal to Alabama Supreme Court
The widow of a NASA engineer killed by a woman involved in a high-speed police chase will appeal a court ruling last month that found the officers and the City of Huntsville were not to blame for his death.
Uncle of suspect in Madison County graduation party shooting calls act 'senseless'
The uncle of a Huntsville man accused of shooting and injuring three teenagers New Market spoke out to The Times' news partner, WHNT News 19 .
Airport Alert: Huntsville Tops Most Expensive List Again
New numbers, same old story. Huntsville International Airport is once again America's most expensive place to fly out of.
Wed May 22, 2013
The Montgomery Advertiser
4 teens shot at high school graduation party
<![CDATA[HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) -- Authorities say four teenagers were shot at a high school graduation party in Huntsville, and authorities were searching for the gunman early Wednesday morning. WAFF-TV reports (http://bit.ly/1a4MyNq) that the gunfire happened in the very early hours Wednesday, shortly after midnight, at a home on Michael Drive. Madison County sheriff's deputies say a fight broke out during the party. Authorities said people jumped someone at the party, who then began shooting. Two of the victims were taken by ambulance to Huntsville Hospital, and the other two went to a hospital in private cars. Authorities said one of the victims was a female, who underwent surgery for a stomach wound. Two male victims suffered leg wounds, and a third male was grazed by a bullet. Few other details were immediately available. ___ Information from: WAFF-TV, http://www.waff.com/
Gov. Robert Bentley reacts to rejection of private school tax credit delay, talks accomplishments
"Jobs continue to be the most important thing," he said. "I don't care what else we concentrate on, we will to continue to concentrate on jobs.
Few tornado 'safe areas' built into schools in Madison County
The Blossomwood Elementary School gymnasium is pictured in an August 2012 photo.
Local Faith-Based Disaster Relief Team Heading To Oklahoma
Relief volunteers from across the country are making plans to head to tornado-ravaged Oklahoma, including some from right here in north Alabama.
Shooting at Graduation Party
The Madison County Sheriff says a couple hundred people were gathered for a Buckhorn High graduation party when a fight broke out.
Tue May 21, 2013
Huntsville City Council set to tackle entertainment districts, East Clinton School, employee longevity pay
According to a meeting agenda released this afternoon, council members will talk about creating two new downtown entertainment districts, selling vacant East Clinton School to Providence Classical School and raising the local hotel lodging tax from 12 percent to 13 percent.
Community Foundation of Huntsville/Madison County Offers Ways To Help Oklahoma
The Community Foundation of Huntsville/Madison County offers its thoughts and prayers to all of those impacted by the storms in Oklahoma.
Quarry bill dies in Legislature; lodging tax in Madison County extended
A permit sign attached to trees in foreground with Gurley Mountain rising in the background marks the proposed site for the quarry.
Mon May 20, 2013
Public meeting Thursday to discuss, review plans for widening Jeff Road through Harvest community
HARVEST, Alabama - A public meeting Thursday night will discuss and review plans for the possible widening of Jeff Road from south of Capshaw Road to Alabama 53.
Sun May 19, 2013
Home Energy Makeover winners to hold open house Sunday to show off upgrades
Judy Street and her husband, Kevin, have installed four new HVAC systems, six air compressors and watched their average utility bill spike to $466 a month since moving to their 31-year-old Huntsville home 23 years ago.
Sat May 18, 2013
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.
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.