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Jury to Decide Fate of Man Accused of Killing Madison Co. Toddler | March 21, 2023 | News 19 at 4 p.m.
Both sides rested Tuesday morning in the capital murder trial of a Huntsville man accused in a drive-by shooting that killed a toddler. Jury to Decide Fate of Man Accused of Killing Madison …. Both sides rested Tuesday morning in the capital murder trial of a Huntsville man accused in...
That's a lot of peanut butter! Crestwood Collects 2,621 jars of peanut butter for Food Bank of North Alabama
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — According to the Food Bank of North Alabama, nearly 60,000 children in North Alabama sometimes have to skip meals or do not eat for a whole day because their household does not have enough money to buy food. The Jars of Love Peanut Butter Drive was launched to help support those who are facing food insecurity.
Jury finds man guilty in 2018 murder of Huntsville toddler
A Madison County jury has found a man guilty of capital murder in the death of a 3-year-old. Martin Arrendondo Evenes is one of three people charged in the death of Livia Robinson, who authorities say was struck by a bullet while she slept on the couch in her home on Murray Road on March 7, 2018.
Madison student sues board, officials over bus altercation
A student who was involved in an altercation last year with a Madison high school assistant principal is suing the Madison Board of Education, the principal, and the assistant principal. The student is seeking a jury trial and compensation for her injuries and damages, attorney fees, and court costs, according...
Town Madison Starbucks has an opening date!
The Starbucks in Town Madison is set to open in just a few days!
Jury returns guilty verdict one in toddler’s shooting death
Martin Arrendondo Evenes was found guilty of capital murder in the 2018 shooting death of 3-year-old “Sweet Livia” Robinson.
Home considered ‘total loss’ after fire on Hwy. 72 in Athens
LIMESTONE CO., Ala. (WAFF) - Athens Fire responded to a structure fire on Hwy. 72 near Kids Mart, to the east of 72/Jefferson Street intersection. Athens Fire Chief James Hand says the home is a total loss and no one was injured. The home was for sale but not occupied.
15-year-old arrested after allegedly stealing, crashing $72,000 Corvette in Madison County
MERIDIANVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - A 15-year-old is in a juvenile detention center after allegedly stealing and wrecking a Corvette. The business owner explains he watched as a minor broke into his car dealership through the window. Feeling hopeless as he watched the teen get the keys, he called 911. Brent...
Heavy rains, storms forecast for Friday
HUNTSVILLE — It’s been a wild March weather-wise in the Tennessee Valley. And it will continue as we reach the final weekend of the month. The National Weather Service’s Huntsville office said Wednesday there is a potential for strong to severe thunderstorms affecting parts of the region Friday into Saturday. Locations near and west of the Interstate 65 corridor have a higher chance of being impacted by severe weather, the office said.
A ‘Fresh Value’ arrives for Athens shoppers
ATHENS — Fresh Value made its North Alabama debut today in a grand way. The Birmingham-based supermarket chain opened in Athens, the company’s 14th store and first in the area. The store is in the former Sav A Lot on U.S. 72. “We are excited to bring an...
School board approves funding for new Madison City elementary school
It will be the first Madison City Schools elementary school that isn't in Madison County.
Weapon detection system rolling out to Huntsville elementary schools
Hospital staff collected more than 2,600 jars of peanut butter. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
TRAFFIC ALERT: Westbound lanes at Governors, 1st Street closed
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - The Huntsville Police Department has closed all westbound lanes at Governors at 1st Street due to two accidents. According to Don Webster with HEMSI, a patient was transported to Huntsville Hospital with minor injuries in the wreck at the intersection of Governors Drive and 1st Street. In the second wreck on Governors Drive and Memorial Parkway, no injuries were reported.
MCSO: Stolen car leads chase that ends in crash on I-565
Madison County Sheriff's Office deputies responded to a burglary call early Tuesday morning that resulted in a car chase.
Athens home for sale is total loss after fire
Firefighters in Athens are trying to figure out what started a house fire on U.S. 72. Athens Fire and Rescue says it broke out at 7:17 p.m. near Kids Mart. Fire Chief James Hand said the home is a total loss. The house was for sale and not occupied. No one was injured.
Huntsville Animal Services launches selfie campaign to encourage adoptions
Huntsville Animal Services staff members are collectively putting their best faces forward to encourage adoptions of homeless animals. According to a press release on the City of Huntsville's website, an Animal Services employee will post a selfie photo with one of the waggiest tails waiting to be adopted each Monday and Wednesday. The photo series wraps up on June 21, recognized as National Selfie Day.
Dogtopia to open second Alabama location in Madison
Canine care chain Dogtopia will open its second Alabama location in Madison next month. Located at 181 Hughes Road, the new 8,000-square-foot spa and store will offer several services for North Alabama dog lovers. Dogtopia currently has a location in Homewood at 1722 27th Court St. S., and will open...
Toyota supplier providing child care, holding job fair
ATHENS — Automotive interior systems supplier Toyota Boshoku Aki USA of Athens has partnered with the TOOTRiS Child Care Network for its employees. TBAKI is holding a job fair Saturday from 8 a.m.-noon at its plant, 301 West Sanderfer Road in Athens. Jobs start at $18 per hour and increase to $23.50 per hour with automatic raises every six months.
Decatur man charged with trafficking fentanyl, promoting prison contraband
A Decatur man is facing drug trafficking and promoting prison contraband charges after authorities say they found a large amount of fentanyl during arrest processing.
High school seniors attend Ready to Work regional hiring day
High school seniors from across North Alabama gathered as they were introduced to career opportunities they could be set up with after graduating.
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