Oscar Mayer in search of next Wienermobile driver

Oscar Mayer is now hiring Wienermobile drivers, also known as ‘Hotdoggers,’ for a one year position with the company beginning in June, 2019.

30 arrested on Friday in Dekalb County

Madison County man arrested for murder

Senate unlikely to pass Trump’s proposal for shutdown, border wall

Supreme Court to allow Trump administration transgender military ban to go into effect

Orange Beach Mayor: Gulf Beaches look for Spring Break business

Nominations for the 91st Oscars announced

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  ’I was at the right place at the right time’: HPD K-9 helps foil gas station burglary

8-year-old survivor of quadruple homicide thanks deputies who saved her

Huntsville man killed in Sunday night wreck

Huntsville teen gets Magic Moment

Opiate addiction forum this Thursday in Huntsville

Wetumpka Police Department destroyed by Saturday’s tornado

  Residents honor the memory of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in Blount County

Residents from across the Valley made the trek to Blount County for a state holiday commemorating Confederate General Robert E. Lee. The holiday for Lee has been in place since 1901.

North Alabama couple going to great lengths to find missing dog

What would you do to bring your best friend home? A Huntsville couple is doing whatever it takes to find their lost dog.

  Huntsville mayor’s MLK award met with backlash

A group of pastors, community leaders and residents from north Huntsville organized a protest to get their message across.

Georgia businessman provides $18,000 spending spree to benefit disadvantaged kids in Guntersville

A Georgia businessman found a new way to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Junior's birthday. He did it by flying into Marshall County to shop for disadvantaged children to the tune of an 18-thousand dollar shopping spree.

Decatur Boys and Girls Club renovations

Fire safety advice and dangerous trends to avoid

Huntsville Salvation Army extending hours during cold front

Kamala Harris announces she will run for president

Alabama bringing 50th anniversary tour to Birmingham

MLK holiday offers stage for Democratic hopefuls

This is why you don’t stay in your car: Photo shows power of Wetumpka tornado

Elmore County EMA Director Keith Barnett says he was amazed at what he found in the damage left behind by the Wetumpka tornado.

Shutdown goes on as Trump offer doesn’t budge Democrats

With hundreds of thousands of federal workers set to face another federal pay period without paychecks, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has agreed to bring Trump's proposal to the floor this week.

Stay at home moms should be paid $162,581 according to Salary Wizard

If you’re a stay-at-home-mom listen up. Salary Wizard says you should be paid $162,581 a year for all your efforts on the home front.

Dave Ramsey gives financial tips for the furloughed

Dave Ramsey recently released an article on “What to Do if You Miss a Paycheck Due to Government Shutdown”.

REPORT: NFL rule allows Commissioner Roger Goodell to reverse outcome of Saints-Rams game

A “pretty insane and broad rule in the NFL rule book" allows Commissioner Roger Goodell to reverse or reschedule the outcome of the matchup between the New Orleans Saints and Los Angeles Rams, according to a report.

Auburn named among safest cities in Alabama according to new study

A new study has found that Auburn residents are among some of the safest in the state after their city has been named one of the safest to live in.

Celebrate National Hugging Day with a $5.50 Build-A-Bear

Monday is National Hugging Day and what better way to celebrate than Build-A-Bear selling teddy bears for $5.50.

Sec. 642: Saints fans launch petition, after Rams fans launched petition against ref

New Orleans Saints fans are not letting this loss go.

Americans to honor and celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. legacy

Although King’s birthday is January 15, in 1983, President Ronald Reagan signed a bill making the third Monday of every January as Martin Luther King Jr. Day, which became the first federal holiday honoring an African American.

Mother found passed out on top of 1-year-old charged after his death

The 33-year-old mother was charged with one count of endangering the welfare of a child.

Suspect accused of killing 4, including baby, shot dead by deputies to save young girl

Deputies say when they arrived on scene, the man was attempting to kill a young girl, so they opened fire, killing him.

At 30-day mark, shutdown impasse remains over border funding

The criticism of his "compromise" from both Republicans and Democrats underscored Trump's boxed in-position as he tries to win at least some Democratic buy-in without alienating his base.

Furloughed employees spend time volunteering

One Huntsville local is trying to get furloughed workers to volunteer, share and create opportunities that will fill a need in the community.

Fatal crash claims the life of Waterloo man

John G. Parrish, 83, was killed when the 2002 Cadillac he was driving was struck head-on by another vehicle.

Day after storm: Wetumpka tornado possible EF-2; Road closures, more info for residents

It’s the day after a tornado moved through Elmore County, inflicting significant damage on downtown Wetumpka.

Wetumpka Tornado Damage

Wetumpka Tornado Damage

Saints fan tosses TV after heartbreaking missed call

We all may have felt like doing it, but one man actually did it.

Mobile police officer shot, killed Sunday afternoon

A Mobile police officer was shot and killed Sunday while trying to make an arrest.

Pet food for the furloughed

The Greater Huntsville Humane Society will be distributing pet food to furloughed government workers on Wednesday January 23rd from 9:00am until 12:00 noon at 2812 Johnson Road (the Greater Huntsville Humane Society) in the Annex building behind the shelter.

Curtain rising Sunday night on total lunar eclipse

Sunday night, the Earth will slide directly between the moon and the sun, creating a total lunar eclipse. There won't be another until 2021.

Affidavit: Pregnant woman hits her head on concrete after pastor strangles her at church

A Charleston pastor was arrested after police say he strangled a pregnant woman who then fell and hit her head at a downtown church.

Residents picking up pieces after storms rip through south AL

One minor injury was reported in the storms, but no deaths.

Limestone authorities warn of scammer claiming to be lieutenant

The Limestone County Sheriff’s Office posted a tweet, saying the scammer has called claiming to be Lieutenant Brooks and demanded “cash cards”.

Mother, her boyfriend arrested after toddler dies of ‘brutal blunt force trauma’

The suspects are both being held without bond on various charges related to the boy’s death, sexual abuse and child pornography.

Mexican pipeline explosion kills 73, leaves nightmare of ash

Video footage showed flames shooting high into the night sky and screaming people running from the explosion, some burning and waving their arms.

Accused child predator used ‘Fortnite’ to lure teen into sexual relationship, deputies say

Authorities say the suspect and a co-conspirator communicated with as many as 20 victims of child pornography through the popular online game “Fortnite.”

Tornado devastates Downtown Wetumpka

There is significant damage in downtown Wetumpka from a tornado that hit the city Saturday afternoon.

Doug Jones hosts town hall in Huntsville

"The only way we’re gonna get this resolved is for people to be hopeful about it, and to try to push people to say I recognize what you’ve done, I see it as a good sign, let’s get moving," said Senator Doug Jones.

Darby requests immunity from prosecution in murder case

Officer William Darby is asking a judge to grant him immunity and bar the Madison County District Attorney’s Office from prosecuting him for murder.

President Trump makes announcement regarding government furlough at 3 p.m.


Gun advocacy group weighs in on Huntsville IHOP shooting as details emerge on shooter

Madison County District Attorney Robert Broussard says the shooter in a deadly IHOP shooting Wednesday was a familiar name to his office. Now, family of Roy Brown, 56, who was killed, are questioning if more could have been done.

Animal experts urge the Valley to bring its pets inside this weekend

If you don't want to bring animals in the house, garages are a suitable shelter for the weekend.

Pawning items to make ends meet during the furlough

Some federal employees and contractors have even turned to pawning their most prized possessions to pay their bills.

Officers mourn man killed in Huntsville IHOP shooting

The killing of Roy Brown didn’t just devastate friends and family. His death also moving Huntsville police officers to make a touching gesture.

Judge to rule at a later date for Marshall County cop killer seeking parole

A hearing concluded on Friday for a man convicted more than 20 years ago for killing an Albertville police officer.

Rogersville police searching for missing man

The Rogersville Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating 79-year-old Earl John Schiffbauer Jr.

The hidden cost of the shutdown: excess stress harming furloughed workers

A local mental health professional said she's seen an uptick in mental health issues in her furloughed patients.

South Huntsville IHOP reopens following deadly shooting

The IHOP on Drake Avenue is back open following the deadly shooting that happened there Wednesday night.

  South Huntsville IHOP reopens following deadly shooting

The IHOP on Drake Avenue is back open following the deadly shooting that happened there Wednesday night.

Sony and RCA record labels sever ties with R. Kelly

The record labels have remained silent in light of mounting pressure following a documentary on the singer.

3 regional megaprisons back on table for state leaders

State leaders are considering whether to consolidate Alabama’s male prisons into three regional megaprisons.

Democrats said Russians tried to hack DNC after midterms

According to court documents, the Democratic National Committee said it was the subject of an attempted hack in the days after the 2018 midterm elections, probably by Russian intelligence.

Skier dies after avalanche in NM; 1 in critical condition

A skier has died and another is in critical condition after being buried by an avalanche in New Mexico.

ICE detained Marine with PTSD after incident

A judge ordered him released on his own recognizance, but authorities in Kent County, MI, turned him over to ICE instead. ICE held him for three days.

Disabled woman raped, impregnated in care facility in Florida, lawsuit says

The family says she was in no position to give consent because of her profound intellectual disabilities, a neurological disorder called Rett syndrome and other physical ailments. A multi-agency investigation has been launched into Pensacola Cluster, an intermediate-care facility.

Teen with replica gun shot, killed by police

Authorities say officers in the city of Tempe reported a suspect burglarizing a car Tuesday and that he ran away holding what appeared to be a handgun.

Recall: Chicken nuggets may contain wood pieces

The company became aware of the situation after three consumer complaints were filed. There are no reports of related illnesses from the apparent contamination.

Career vs. kid: Balancing restarting your career and child care

One of the most important choices for a new parent is whether to go back to work, leaving your young one in a child care facility or to stay home and care for your child full time.Then there’s the decision on when it’s best to jump back into the regular workforce.

Huntsville IHOP shooter kills employee, is killed by victim’s son

Huntsville police say gunfire exchange inside the IHOP on Drake Avenue turned deadly Wednesday night.

Capital murder suspect in Madison County teen beheading case appears before judge

Yoni Martinez Aguilar remained silent throughout the court proceedings.

Bill to regulate microchipping employees introduced

A Central Arkansas lawmaker said this week that his bill to regulate the microchipping of employees will protect the rights of employees, with his bill being the first in the United States to do so.

Thousands could now qualify for hardship licenses

Thousands or more Alabamians with revoked or suspended licenses may be able to qualify for hardship licenses.

Huntsville reporter faces stalker in court

A Harvest man who terrorized a Huntsville TV news reporter has admitted to stalking and harassing the journalist.

Convicted Albertville cop killer seeks parole following U.S. Supreme Court decision

The courtroom was full in Marshall County to hear a man’s request for parole following the murder of an Albertville police officer more than 20 years ago.

Largest solar farm in Alabama to be constructed in Jackson County to feed Google data center

Construction will begin soon on the largest solar farm in the state. It’s scheduled to be built in Jackson County and fuel the data centers currently under construction.

Student brings empty bullet casings to Blossomwood Elementary

Blossomwood Elementary’s principal sent a letter to parents to let them know that a student brought three empty bullet casings into school today.

Lauderdale County man facing child porn, sex abuse charges

A Lauderdale County man is facing multiple child sex-related charges.

Free adoptions through Saturday at Huntsville Animal Services

There are more than 90 animals at the shelter who need a loving home, and the shelter is out of space.