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Crime Stoppers: Crime of the week

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - Wouldn’t you like it if someone slid you some extra cash?. Well, it could happen with a tip for the Crime Stoppers. One woman pulled up in a black SUV on Jones Valley Drive, opened her trunk and took her time walking into the yard. She then picked up a child’s play slide that was near a recycle bin but the family was still using that slide.
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What’s changed 10 years after deadly UAH shootings?

2010 University of Alabama in Huntsville shootinghttps://advancelocal-adapter-image-uploads.s3.amazonaws.com/image.al.com/home/bama-media/width2048/i. At the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UA Huntsville) in Huntsville, Alabama, three people were killed and three others wounded in a shooting on February 12, 2010. During the course of a routine meeting of the biology department attended by approximately 12 individuals, a professor stood up and began shooting those closest to her with a 9-millimeter handgun. Amy Bishop, a biology professor at the university and the sole suspect, was charged with one count of capital murder and three counts of attempted murder.
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John Hunt Park Expansion

The city of Huntsville is expanding its outdoor athletic facilities. Mayor Battle Looks to Build New Coalition With New …. Mayor Battle Seeking Coalition With Next Congressman. Social Media’s Impact on Casey White Trial. SLS Returning to Launch Pad for Wet Dress Rehearsal. LifeSouth Community Blood Drives. 33 Alabama...
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Harbor Freight Hiring Event

THE AMERICAN JOB CENTER IN LAWRENCEBURG WILL BE HAVING ANOTHER HIRING EVENT FOR HARBOR FREIGHT ON WEDNESDAY FROM 10 TO 4. THE AMERICAN JOB CENTER IS LOCATED AT 702 MAHR AVENUE IN LAWRENCEBURG.
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Keep your pets safe while you're on the road

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — Summer is here and many people are starting their summer travel. But in the midst of all the excitement, our furry friends may need a little extra love and attention. Vacations are a time where families can reconnect, and in many cases, people don't want to...
HUNTSVILLE, AL

Enter to win the Platinum Koi Tattoo Sweepstakes

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — Enter to win one of five gift cards to Huntville's Platinum Koi Tattoo Studio. THE PLATINUM KOI TATTOO STUDIO SWEEPSTAKES OFFICIAL RULES. 1. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR TO WIN. A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR ODDS OF WINNING. SUBJECT TO APPLICABLE FEDERAL, STATE, LOCAL AND MUNICIPAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED.
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Widespread Panic Open Three-Night Alabama Stint with Neil Young’s “Rockin’ In The Free World”

Last night, Widespread Panic kicked off their three-night run in Huntsville, Ala. Their performance took place at the recently opened 8,000 capacity Orion Amphitheater, which will continue to be their home in the South through the weekend. Widespread Panic opened the show with a cover of Neil Young’s iconic 1989 ode to The Greatest Country in the World “Rockin’ In The Free World.” The audience was immediately tuned in and turned up and Widespread Panic kept that energy flowing with “Coconut.” Next, they jammed from “Holden Oversoul” into “Little Lilly” into, a nod to Alabama, “Cotton Was King.” Next, they played gold standard bluesman Junior Kimbrough’s eponymous song “Junior.” They jammed from “Pleas” > “Worry” > “Big Wooly Mammoth” to close the first set.
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Rogersville Police investigating after officer appears to threaten deputies on social media

A social media post by a former candidate in the Lauderdale County sheriff's race is getting a lot of attention and raising concerns in the days after the primary election. The post features a photo of Randall McCrary, a Rogersville Police officer who ran and lost the GOP primary election for Lauderdale County sheriff. In the photo, McCrary is carrying a big stick, and text above the image invites current Lauderdale County Sheriff's Office deputies to visit him on the farm.
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Residents say COVID-19 won't impact Memorial Day weekend plans

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HUNTSVILLE, AL
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Financial Friday: 5 Hot Tips for Saving on Summer Travel

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of Summer. Summer is meant for adventure, but don’t let your money melt away during your trip. WAFF talked with LeJuan George at Redstone Federal Credit Union. He offered these five tips for saving while still enjoying the journey and the destination.
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Mary Downs’ volunteering yields American Legion’s Spirit of Youth award

MADISON – Mary Downs, Junior Member of American Legion, Post 229 in Madison, has received the national Spirit of Youth award. This award from American Legion Auxiliary goes to only five Junior Members across the United States. One requirement is the candidate’s participation as a Junior Member in the American Legion Auxiliary for three years minimum.
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