Wednesday morning, attorney’s for Ryan Mager and the Alabama Women’s Center met for a motion hearing at the Madison County Courthouse. Mager is suing the Huntsville abortion clinic two years after he says his ex-girlfriend got an abortion.
The future of HydroFest is up in the air right now. The popular boat racing competition is typically held at the end of June on Lake Guntersville. The Marshall County Conventions and Visitor Bureau is waiting to receive how much was made through lodging and sales taxes this year.
On Wednesday, Ralph Nelson, CEO for Ballcorps LLC, announced the team's merchandise store would be moving from its current store front location at Bridge Street to the former store front of Michael’s Kors next to Sephora.
Madison City Schools is on track to have over 12,000 students by the end of the 2019-2020 school year. Superintendent Robby Parker tells WAFF 48 News that almost all of the schools are close to reaching their max capacity. Parker took board members on a tour around the city showing off the growth.
Lifeguards are tasked with keeping the swimmers safe. When the pools are full of swimmers, Catherine Ahia, lifeguard at Mountain Springs pool, tells WAFF 48 specific protocols are put in place to keep everyone safe.
During Tuesday’s Huntsville city school board meeting, the school board approved two policy changes. One that updates the current dress code policy and a second change to the current personal electronic device policy.
During Tuesday morning’s Huntsville city school board work session, Carlos Mathews assumed his duties as part of the HCS school board. Mathews will represent district 5 and takes over for Pam Hill who resigned from the board back in May.
As the start of a new school year nears, several schools in Madison County are undergoing some kind of renovation process. Some are small and include security upgrades to entrances and car lines. Other schools are getting some major upgrades, including Monrovia Elementary School.
On Tuesday, the Huntsville City Council passed an ordinance that extends the hours for Huntsville’s entertainment district. You can walk around downtown with your drink in a purple cup seven days a week from noon until 11 p.m.
Huntsville police are warning business owners of a scammer targeting businesses in the Research Park area. HPD says the scammer is calling businesses posing as high ranking HPD officers. They’ll ask for money to go towards legitimate HPD programs like, shop with cop.
Billy Jones lives near the intersection where U.S. 72 and Dug Hill Road meet. He lost his wife, 59-year-old Brenda Jones, in a car accident Tuesday. He wants a solution to make the intersection safer for drivers.
Five years ago, the Huntsville Stars baseball team played their last game inside Joe Davis Stadium. For the past few years, Huntsville city leaders have been trying to figure out what to do with the old stadium.
Defense attorney’s for Israel Palomino filed a subpoena asking Madison County Sheriff Kevin Turner to hand over specific jail records regarding Palomino. Madison County Sheriff Kevin Turner has filed a motion asking a judge to dismiss the subpoena
For more than 100 years, the Boy Scouts of America Organization only had one qualification to join the Boy Scouts Program. You had to be a boy. In 2017, the organization announced major changes to two of its iconic programs.
Summer is here and many people across the Tennessee Valley may have plans to move. Whether you’re moving across the country, across the state, or even across the city, the Better Business Bureau wants to warn you of potential scammers in the moving industry.
Brito says that yoga is about trying to find balance in your life, especially if you have multiple activities you’re having to juggle. She adds that it’s a good way to relax and get good energy flowing through your body.
Eight Madison County Schools are currently undergoing major renovations in order to improve school safety. New Market School is one of those schools. Construction started last year. The plan is to build a new walk-way that connects two buildings, preventing students from having to walk outside in th