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Boaz man identified as victim in Governors Drive crash

Huntsville police identified a Boaz man as the victim of an 18-wheeler crash on Governor's Drive. Saturday's single vehicle accident killed 74-year-old Larry Bruce Ballenger. Huntsville police said it is believed that Ballenger lost control of the truck and veered off the shoulder before striking the rock landslide.
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Former Nurse to Stand Trial for 2018 Murder

Nearly four years later, a former Huntsville nurse accused of murdering her husband by poisoning him with insulin will be in court on Monday for criminal trial. Marjorie "Nikki" Cappello is charged with the death of James "Jim" Cappello after police found his body in their home in 2018.

LAMH Recap: Marsau is Accused of Being in a Hotel with Another Woman

On tonight’s “Love and Marriage: Huntsville,” Destiny and Stormi continue their confrontation at Kimmi’s event. Luckily, the other ladies in attendance were able to calm things down between the two. However, chaos continues when LaTisha and Melody speak on the source of their dissension; the cheating allegations Melody revealed about Marsau during season 1.

1 Person Killed in Wreck on Governors Dr

Crews were called to Governors Drive and Monte Sano Blvd. just before 8:45 a.m. for a report of a tractor-trailer flipping over. Huntsville Police said the tractor-trailer may have veered off the shoulder and jackknifed.

Church helps Afghan refugee family resettle in Huntsville, asks public for help

Less than a year after their homeland fell back into the hands of the Taliban amid the end of American occupation, several Afghani families are adjusting to life in the Rocket City as resettled refugees. Parents of one family are receiving help from a local church that utilized a sponsorship service endorsed by the U.S. State Department, and it invites others to join their cause.

Orion Amphitheater: Why not to miss finale of Alabama venue’s opening celebration

Dancers. A horn section. Backing vocalists. Hotshot guitar. Prepare to hear and see Huntsville music blown up big, like it rarely is. Kelvin Wooten and Deqn Sue have cooked up quite the production for their Sunday set at First Waltz, this weekend’s concerts celebrating the opening of Orion Amphitheater. “I just really wanted to showcase the great talent we have in Huntsville,” Sue tells

ARCHERY: Vinemont Middle School places 2nd in NASP Eastern Nationals & NASP IBO/3D Challenge; Cullman’s Bolzle, Vinemont’s Robinson claim individual titles

LOUISVILLE, KY. – Several local schools were busy at the NASP Eastern Nationals in Louisville this weekend and they brought home a lot of hardware. Vinemont Middle School placed second in the NASP Eastern Nationals, finishing just behind Benton Middle School with a score of 3373 and the Eagles earned a second-place finish in the NASP Eastern National IBO/3D Challenge as well, finishing just two points behind Benton with a score of 1706. Individually, Vinemont’s Tucker Robinson was the NASP IBO/3D Challenge Middle School Champion after posting a score of 293 with 25 tens and in the NASP Eastern National Bullseye...

Jags girls golf team wins state in dramatic fashion

HUNTSVILLE -- Kelly Holland ran out of the clubhouse to deliver the news to her team. Holland and the Spain Park High School girls golf team knew it was going to be tight between the Jaguars and Huntsville once all the players walked off the course after completing their rounds on the second day of the state golf tournament.

Deadly wreck on Governors Drive

One male is dead after a wreck on Governors Drive Saturday morning. According to Don Webster with HEMSI, a semi-trailer truck flipped over heading west down Governors Dr, just past Monte Sano Blvd. The call came in around 8:40 a.m. and the driver was pronounced dead at the scene. No...

Top 5 Most Popular Coffee Shops in Huntsville, Alabama

This list is based on prior customer reviews. Huntsville, Alabama, is a city rich in historical and cultural significance and home to some of the country's best natural wonders, despite the fact that you may have never heard of it. Visit one of Huntsville's numerous museums to learn about the city's history, explore the gorgeous countryside, indulge in a wide range of shopping and culinary delights, or participate in a family-friendly adventure. Coffee drinkers will like the variety of coffee shops in Huntsville; AL, the city can deliver a wonderful caffeine rush in a variety of settings, whether you prefer iced or hot coffee.

AHSAA softball schedule for state championship tournaments

The AHSAA softball state championship tournament field is set and will kick off Tuesday Choccolocco Park in Oxford. Tournament play will turn through Saturday. The tournament will be double-elimination for each of the seven classes over a two-day period. All championships will be played at Signature Stadium. Teams advanced to...

Wallace State celebrates commencement for Class of 2022

HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Wallace State Community College and President Vicki Karolewics celebrated the college’s commencement in Traditions Bank Arena at Tom Drake Coliseum Friday. Two ceremonies were held with Academic and Applied Technologies graduates honored in a morning ceremony, and Health Science graduates honored in the afternoon. “Congratulations graduates,” said Dr. Karolewics. “Today, we celebrate your success, and we excitedly anticipate tomorrow as we watch your journey continue to unfold.” More than 1,300 individuals earned degree or certificates as part of the Class of 2022. More than 550 participated in the two ceremonies on Friday. “Graduates, you are the future of our state, the workforce...