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  Muscle Shoals Song Rooms open to provide creative space for songwriters

Muscle Shoals Song Rooms open to provide creative space for songwriters

  Shooting for success: Using technology for better basketball

Morgan County online sales tax controversy continues

  Ride-hailing drivers and police officers work together to keep community safe

  Madison passes budget for impact fee study

  Rocket City looking to become a rockin’ city

FedEx delivery robot spotted in Downtown Memphis

Continued Coverage

  Economic impact: Cook Museum sees thousands opening weekend

'Zoodles’ officially on the Olive Garden menu

  Priceville business owner catches frauds

  Thousands of FBI recruits heading to Tennessee Valley

Study ranks cars most likely to last more than 200,000 miles

Texas woman sues Olive Garden, claims stuffed mushroom severely burned her

  Will Alabama gamble on sports?

Now that Mississippi and Arkansas have legalized sports betting, many people are wondering if Alabama will take a similar path by asking voters to change the state constitution.

  Madison County schools switch to online registration

The Madison County School system are getting ready to make registering your kids for school a lot easier. The school system will switch to online registration beginning Monday, March 11th.

  Madison County unemployment claims skyrocket

The Department of Labor says typically, in one month, it gets 30 to 40 unemployment claims. However, since December 21, In Alabama, its received more than 600.

Redstone Federal Credit Union sees increase in furlough loans

With the shutdown surpassing the 30-day mark, Redstone says, it has seen an increase in loan applications from furloughed workers.

24-year-old woman launches telecom company valued at $5.9 million

  Gray Chairman, CEO Hilton H. Howell Jr. rang the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange

  Government shutdown affecting homebuyers

  Local cabinet refinisher leaves work unfinished

  Government shutdown affecting Huntsville business

  CBD hemp products now legal in Alabama

  Small Huntsville business making big splash in aerospace industry

RadioBro is innovating to advance technology in commercial and government businesses. And they’ve they won an award for one of their newest inventions.

MidCity Huntsville one step closer with groundbreaking

You’ll never be able to say there’s nothing to do in Huntsville again. At least that’s what city leaders and developers hope with the groundbreaking of the the MidCity Huntsville development Thursday afternoon.

  Huntsville startup Paratus Universe brings outer space to the ground

In an effort to make science more palatable, local NASA engineer, Dr. Rob Adams built Paratus Universe, an immersive, space simulator fabricated with exact science and authentic images of outer space.

  Hurricanes impacting construction in north Alabama

Construction and trade jobs have been in high demand here in the Tennessee Valley for quite a while, but the shortage is even worse because of the recent hurricanes.

  Madison County Commission buys huge lot on North Memorial Parkway

A prime piece of Huntsville real estate on North Memorial Parkway, right next to the WAFF news station has sold for more than $3 million, and we now know the buyer and the construction plans.

  Old Grissom High School becoming community complex

Construction has begun to convert the Old Grissom High School in Huntsville into a new community complex.

  Chamber of Commerce holding Food Truck Fest at Research Park

There are more than 26,000 employees who work at Cummings Research Park in Huntsville, and the Chamber of Commerce is creating events to help them interact.

Verizon is offering early retirement packages for thousands of workers

Verizon is offering early retirement packages for thousands of workers, in an attempt to trim its workforce and cut costs.

  Prescription for wiping out debt

We all love to find a good bargain. Yet what if you could save more than one hundred thousand dollars on something? A young couple from Huntsville claims they paid off their house in 6.5 years by using a debt reduction software program.

  Where to find deals for National Cheeseburger Day!

Today is National Cheeseburger Day and several Tennessee Valley area restaurants are celebrating with discounts and deals that you can get today

A new bakery is coming to Madison

The all-new dessert shop will be located at near Target at 107 Brookridge Drive within the Medical Park Station development off Highway 72. The Dessert Fork will serve artisan and custom cakes, cupcakes, dipped gourmet apples, and more and is tentatively scheduled to open late October 2018.

Alabama Walmart employees receive more than $5.49 million in cash bonuses

Walmart employees will see a bonus on their next paycheck.

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Russellville looks for new ambulance service as Northstar leaves

Northstar is ending their ambulance service in Russellville. City officials are working on an ordinance to make sure their citizens are getting the best care possible in emergency situations.

Jack's Milkshake Coupon

Woody Anderson Fall Cruise-In 2009

Test_Coming up on WAFF 48 News

WAFF 48 News is covering the Heart of the Valley. Today on WAFF 48 News at 5: One of the Tennessee Valley's most important employers is handing out pink slips. Job losses are coming and some employees

Top Dollar Gold

Mother's Day Giveaway 2007 Giveaway Rules

MOTHER'S DAY GIVEAWAY - OFFICIAL PROMOTION RULES 1. BY ENTERING, EACH ENTRANT ACCEPTS AND AGREES TO BE BOUND BY THESE PROMOTION RULES. 2. NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY. MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER

BEDZ N MORE OFFICIAL PROMOTION RULES

1. BY ENTERING, EACH ENTRANT ACCEPTS AND AGREES TO BE BOUND BY THESE PROMOTION RULES. 2. NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY. MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER TO ENTER. MUST BE A RESIDENT OF THE FOLLOWING STATES

Building, Home & Remodeling Show -Ticket Giveaway

Building Home and Remodeling Show Ticket Giveaway - Official Rules

1. BY ENTERING, EACH ENTRANT ACCEPTS AND AGREES TO BE BOUND BY THESE PROMOTION RULES. 2. NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY. MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER TO ENTER. MUST BE A RESIDENT OF ONE OF THE FOLLOWING

Two Students Put their Heads Together

Johnson and Wales University students Justin Kapust and Nathan Allen have started an in your face advertising company called 'Headvertise'. They pay college students $100-da week to wear company logos, tattooed on their heads.

The Federal Estate Tax will Start Reducing

The Bush administration posted a big win with many wealthy Americans passing legislation to reduce the federal estate tax. It's scheduled to completely disappear in 2010. But some states aren't so willing to bury their own so-called death tax.

SUV Loophole

Bigger isn't better, say opponents of a little-known tax break for large SUV's. Environmental groups insist the loophole sends the wrong message.

So Much Attention Over Money

You may have seen the TV commercials, or the print ads for of all things: money. The new $20 bill has had a sophisticated, very expensive rollout, which has left alot of people wondering whether this is a cash-on the barrel Fleecing of America.

Retailer Discontinues Magazine of Questionable Content

Retailer Abercrombie and Fitch announced today it will no longer publish its quarterly magazine.

More Money for Taller People

A new study shows being tall has major financial advantages.

Halloween: a Boo-ming Business

American retailers are happy that consumers are not spooked about spending this Halloween.

Feeling Overqualified

Have you ever been turned down for a job because you were over-qualified? You may be approaching the job interview all wrong. An impressive resume can be intimidating for the person doing the hiring who will see you as a bad fit for the job. While knowing more than a job requires is never a disadvantage, you may have to convince the employer it's a good thing.

Delta Tests Perks for Travelers

Delta Air Lines takes out first-class seats, but adds first-class treats.

Airline Sells Advertising Space on Tray Tables

Travelers on board one airline will be getting the hard sell along with their meals during flights.

Setting Up a Trust for Your Pet

Wills and trusts are used to distribute property to family members after you die. But sometimes they're used to protect pets, as well.

Next Generation of Starbucks Cards

If you are sipping your morning cup of coffee now, this is for you.

New Arkansas Quarter Unveiled

It's official, Arkansas is the 25th state to receive a new 25-cent piece.

Decatur Chamber of Commerce

Find out more about businesses in the Decatur metropolitan area.

The Shoals

If you're looking for a business in the Shoals, this page should provide you with some very useful information, and put you in touch with the right companies. Click here for more information.

Join The Music CD Settlement

The music industry is a multi-million dollar business and now you could see some of those dollars come back to you ....the consumer. The deal calls for companies to return $44 million to customers.

Guntersville, Alabama

Are you looking for that perfect place - a small, Southern town with all the advantages of a larger city? Guntersville, Alabama, has the best of all possible worlds: beautiful, natural settings, excellent schools, over 20 churches, many cultural and civic organizations, and excellent medical complex, a prosperous business community and numerous recreational facilities.

Boeing to Bring 160 More Jobs to Decatur

Governor Bob Riley announced today that Boeing will bring 160 additional high-paying jobs to its Delta launch vehicle manufacturing and assembly plant in Decatur.

The IRS Is Looking For You

The Internal Revenue Service could be looking for you! They're not trying to take your money, but they want to GIVE you money!