Huntsville couple stepping out of comfort zone with Bigfoot's Little Donuts food trailer
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - In Huntsville native Brian Steele's family, you either teach school, work for the government or build houses.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
Nighttime flights draw complaints, but Redstone officials say testing ...
A U.S. Army AH-64 Apache Longbow helicopter prepares to land at the flight line after completing a night mission in Afghanistan.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Boy Scouts' regional award for community service to go to HPD's Dr. Harry Hobbs
Huntsville Police Department Community Relations Officer and founder of Community Awareness for Youth Dr. Harry Hobbs, at left, passes out gift cards to participants in the dance contest during the 2013 CAFY event in Huntsville.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Huntsville Botanical Garden plans for new welcome center, column courtyard
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - The Huntsville Botanical Garden spent 2013 looking back at its first 25 years.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
An Army hero is honored for service in World War II and post-war Alabama
They needed me when they drafted me, I guess. When I went in there, I didn't never think I'd get out.
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Married soldier couple gets promoted at same time
Col. Jay M. Ferreira, left, and Lt. Col. Stacey L. Ferreira were both promoted on the same day and got to celebrate with their four children and other family members.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
No longer an alien, U.S. Army Spc. Mark Silverberg finds a new role outside of Hollywood
U.S. Army Spc. Mark Silverberg positions a statue of the Virgin Mary as he prepares the multi-faith chapel of Redstone Arsenal's Bicentennial Chapel for the Catholic chaplain to say Mass.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Mysterious Helicopter Flights On Radar Of Madison County Leaders
Officials are still trying to figure out who flew a fleet of helicopters that were allegedly hovering over and illuminating homes in Lincoln County, Tennessee, but the incident is now on the radar of leaders south of the state line.
Huntsville's Drake State makes history in hosting White House...
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - As an advisory board member of the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Drake State Community and Technical College President Helen McAlpine invited the group to hold a meeting on her campus.
New Hampshire town raising money to restore its own piece of Redstone Arsenal history
The decommissioned Redstone missile on the town green in Warren needs a a facelift, according to the Warren Historical Society.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Commissary users can expect a 20 percent price hike under Pentagon's 2015 budget plan
Arsenal employees, retirees and their families go shopping at the Redstone Arsenal Commissary before it closes down as a result of the government shut down at midnight of Oct. 1, 2013.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Warren's Redstone missile in need of a little TLC
This small town tucked into the White Mountains is looking for some financial aid to spruce up its outsized municipal landmark - a Redstone ballistic missile.
Sen. Shelby hopes Redstone avoids potential defense cuts
The US Secretary of Defense suggested major cuts to the Armed Forces Monday. If approved, the number of troops would be at their lowest levels since before World War II.
'World class' show: Attendance at Huntsville AUSA symposium ...
More than 5,700 people attended the Association of the U.S. Army Winter Symposium held last week in Huntsville.
Huntsville's COLSA lands $56 million Air Force contract
The contract covers technical and acquisition management support services for foreign military sales.
Want to save time getting into Redstone Arsenal? Avoid Gate 9, officials say
That's the advice offered by Redstone Arsenal officials, who are urging drivers to consider other ways of accessing the installation.
U.S. Army, Lockheed Martin Bring Enhanced Capability To Apache Cockpit
Team Apache Sensors, including the U.S. Army's Apache Attack Helicopter Project Management Office and Aviation Flight Test Directorate and Lockheed Martin conducted a test flight of the Apache AH-64E Modernized Day Sensor Assembly during an event at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, AL.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
At annual symposium, Army focuses on boosting tech
At this year's annual Army symposium, the doom and gloom of last year has been replaced by a new message.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Test Flight of the Modernized Day Sensor Assembly on the AH-64E Apache Attack Helicopter
Team Apache Sensors, including the U.S. Army Apache Attack Helicopter Project Management Office, the U.S. Army Aviation Flight Test Directorate and Lockheed Martin, conducted a test flight of the Apache AH-64E Modernized Day Sensor Assembly during an event at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Ala., yesterday.