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The three snowiest days in Huntsville history

If you’re wondering how this winter stacks up to record-setting snow falls, we’ve got the answer for you right here and we’ll count them down for you.

Governor Bentley declares state of emergency

Governor Robert Bentley has declared a State of Emergency for all Alabama counties in preparation for winter weather that is expected to move through the state.

ARMYTAR, the soldier's virtual self

Keeping our soldiers healthy is big business in the Army. From preventative medicine and injury treatment to long term care, healthcare is one of the largest costs the military incurs. But one local company is looking to shake up the system and completely change the entire healthcare field and that change will likely begin with the military.

"The Butler" author shares his story with AMC

Award-winning author and journalist Wil Haygood was on Redstone Arsenal Friday sharing his story with the Army Materiel Command at the command’s Black History Month Observance. The author of “The Butler” captivated the audience with his story of how he discovered the man whose life story touched the hearts of millions of Americans.

Truck dangling from overpass on Memorial Parkway

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAAY) Icy road conditions could play a factor in an accident on Memorial Parkway that left a truck hanging on an overpass.

Redstone Arsenal announces delay Monday for possible winter weather

HUNTSVILLE Ala. (WAAY)- Here's a look at the full release:

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Second man arrested in connection to construction equipment theft

Athens Police have arrested a second man, accused of stealing five metal augers and twelve purlins stored in a vacant lot. The value of equipment was around $12,000. 

Nuclear plant better prepares in case of emergency

ATHENS, Ala. (WAAY) - Disaster can strike at any minute. The Tennessee Valley Authority is better preparing to protect us.

UPDATE: Wanted man turns himself in to Morgan County Sheriff

10:00 PM UPDATE: Gregory Bryan Crow turned himself in to Sheriff Ana Franklin without incident Monday night. He is being transported to the Morgan County Jail. 

UPDATE: Shots fired call at Athens DHR turns out to be false alarm

WAAY 31 has confirmed with the City of Athens that police officers responded to a shots fired call at the Limestone County Department of Human Resources office around 5:00 p.m. Monday. 

Decatur Utilities working to repair water main leak

DECATUR, Ala. (WAAY) Crews with Decatur Utilities are working to repair a water main leak at Spring Ave. and Lamar Street.

Woman arrested in Limestone County homicide

LIMESTONE CO. Ala. (WAAY)- The Limestone County Sheriff's Office arrested a woman Saturday accused of shooting a man to death inside her home in Elkmont. 

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Its looking bright for Pathfinder Alabama Program in Muscle Shoals

MUSCLE SHOALS, Ala. (WAAY) - Muscle Shoals Career Academy's Pathfinder Alabama Program continues to grow.

Police find second skimming device on Shoals ATM

FLORENCE, Ala. (WAAY)-Florence police are asking local banks and customers to beware after finding a second skimming device at a SunTrust Bank Tuesday morning.

Florence PD needs help identifying possible suspects

Two people have been accused of using a fraudulent credit card at a local Florence business. Now, Florence Police need your help identifying them. 

Colbert County road re-striping project could increase safety for drivers

COLBERT COUNTY, Ala. (WAAY) - The Colbert County road department has found a way to make roads safer, and its probably something you never thought would make a difference.

Franklin County schools dismissing early due to weather

FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ala. (WAAY) - Due to the threat of winter weather Monday, Franklin County and Russellville City Schools decided to shut down in the early afternoon.

Officer recovering after being hit by truck

FLORENCE, Ala. (WAAY) - A Florence police officer helping with a traffic crash ended up being hit and pinned by a large truck overnight.

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City of Albertville breaks ground on shopping center

ALBERTVILLE, Ala. (WAAY)-Albertville City leaders officially broke ground Tuesday  afternoon on a major retail development project.

Guntersville Wine festival announced

GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. (WAAY)-The temperature might be cold outside, but City leaders in Guntersville were talking about big plans for a summer event Tuesday morning.

Guntersville named one of the best places to retire

GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. (WAAY)-A Marshall County city made the top ten list for the best place to retire in the State of Alabama.

Construction on Guntersville dog park almost complete

GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. (WAAY)-If you are a dog lover in Marshall County, there is good news.

Gadsden man arrested for allegedly strangling victim

Sheriff Todd Entrekin announced a Gadsden man was arrested and charged in connection to a domestic violence incident. 

Former Marshall County convention bureau official pleads guilty to theft

MARSHALL COUNTY, Ala. (WAAY) - Former Marshall County Convention and Visitors Bureau director Lisa Socha has pleaded guilty to stealing money from the bureau and agreed to pay it back.

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Nick Saban's RSVP to a fan's wedding: an autographed picture

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAAY) - A wedding invitation comes back with a gift the bride and groom just had to share on social media.

Movies to watch when you're snowed in

Whether you love or hate the idea of snow falling in your community, chances are you're not going to actually be out in it all day.

New 'Dancing With the Stars' cast announced

An Alabama soldier, a shark, a music legend and an Olympic gymnast are just a few of the stars who will compete for the mirror ball trophy when "Dancing With the Stars" begins its 10th anniversary season next month.

Retired police dog given farewell by department, veterinary staff

Judge is a retired K-9, who proudly served the West Deptford Police Department in New Jersey for seven years. On Friday, Judge had to be put down due to unbearable medical complications. But the department made sure he had a proper send-off. 

Ticket prices for Disney Parks on the rise again

The happiest place on Earth is getting pricier. Walt Disney Park tickets have broken the $100 mark. 

Hundreds mark 50 years since Malcolm X's assassination

NEW YORK (AP) - Activists, actors, and politicians have gathered in New York City at the place where civil rights leader Malcolm X was shot to death 50 years ago.

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