A fire in Limestone County claimed the lives of a man's dogs Tuesday morning, but the man got out with the help of a gun.
Several Huntsville High School students earned awards at this year's Alabama Future Business Leaders of America conference.
1600 students from across the state competed in events such as desktop publishing, digital design, and computer game programming.
The Huntsville High School award-winners are as follows:
The HHS chapter of the FBLA was awarded Outstanding Chapter of District 6 and also earned the March of Dimes $500 level award and the Gold Seal Award of Merit.
Chapter adviser Patricia Woods was inducted into the Alabama FBLA Adviser Hall of Fame, an accolade that is not awarded every year.
A school spokesperson said, "Without Mrs. Woods' work, our chapter would not be as outstanding as it is. We are all very excited that the state recognized her hard work over the last 15 years."
The students will move on to compete at the National Leadership Conference in Nashville TN.
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