There aren’t many things to do these days with health restrictions in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. During this time, bike shops across the Tennessee Valley have seen a significant increase in sales. Most are nearly out of inventory.
You’ve heard of the“too good to be true” scams. Video obtained by WAFF 48 News appears to show one in action. The man in the doorbell camera footage is now facing home fraud charges, according to authorities.
As Alabama enters its safer-at-home order and retail stores reopen, unemployment claims continue to pour into the Department of Labor. Since March 16, $424 million in COVID-19-related benefits have been processed.
With major elections on the calendar this year in Alabama, some people are concerned about gathering at the polls amid the global coronavirus pandemic. Even though Alabama is an "excuse" absentee state, you can still submit an absentee ballot if you have concerns.
The U.S. Senate approved a nearly $500 billion coronavirus relief bill that would help struggling small businesses. The first round of relief money was quickly exhausted, while dozens of businesses in the Tennessee Valley were left out.
Imagine being so afraid to go home after work out of fear you will spread coronavirus to your loves ones. That’s reality for some first responders. Now, two Huntsville-based organizations have opened a home special for female front line workers.
Certain groups of people may just be out of luck when it comes to the stimulus check. A Madison County family and thousands of others will get some stimulus money, just not what they feel they were promised.
Thousands of people have died from the coronavirus pandemic worldwide, but there are also thousands recovering. In the midst of those sad headlines, an Alabama man wanted to share his story of recovery.
When Gov. Kay Ivey issued a stay-at-home order for Alabama, it came with a temporary halt on evictions. However, a Huntsville-based lawyer says she’s been getting calls from tenants saying their landlords are trying to kick them out.
As the Paycheck Protection Program was unveiled Friday, it was met with great confusion by businesses and banks. Thousands of applications were filed for the federal aid provided to help those crippled by the health crisis.