Two Memorial Day weekend stabbings at St. Clair Correctional Facility.

  Auburn’s Rod Bramblett, wife remembered after fatal crash

$150K Powerball ticket sold in Fayetteville

  Eli Gold reflects on the passing of two legends

Alabama Public Television didn’t show ‘Arthur’ gay wedding episode

Former Alabama quarterback Bart Starr has passed away

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Auburn University releases statement on Rod Bramblett’s passing

Auburn’s Rod Bramblett, wife killed in vehicle crash

  Huntsville undocumented immigrant facing deportation after arrest for falsifying police report

  Photo of Alabama deputy praying with man goes viral

  ‘We knew she could make it’: Hiker missing for 17 days in Maui forest found alive

  Family water spots open around north Alabama as summer heats up

  Athens getting Scottish sister city

The city of Athens is formalizing a sister city agreement with Stonehaven, Scotland.

  Hot air balloon hits power line in Athens

A hot air balloon came in contact with utility lines, and there was a small fire underneath the basket.

Alabama advances to 12th Women’s College World Series

The Alabama Crimson Tide is headed back to the Women’s College World Series.

  Teenager pushes double amputee home in wheelchair during storm warning

Greg Beck, who is in a wheelchair, was trying to get home during a severe storm warning. Seth Philips hopped out of his mother's car and pushed Beck home.

CollegeCounts to giveaway $529 to 29 Alabama babies

ALDOT to install stoplight at Highway 72 and Burgreen Road after Memorial Day

Ark owners suing insurance company over rain damage

  Student told she couldn’t honor late mother with graduation cap design

  ‘It’s not about picnics’: A war widow has a message for Americans on Memorial Day

7 people arrested in Limestone County drug bust

  Auburn says goodbye to fallen Officer William Buechner

Following his funeral, the Auburn Police Dispatch made a final call for badge No. 6885, but Officer William Buechner would not respond.

  Child critical after boat hits power line, catches fire on Tennessee River

The Morgan County rescue squad is responding to a boating accident they say happened in the Flint Creek area near Point Mallard.

Multiple people wounded in blast in Lyon, France

The cause of Friday's afternoon blast wasn't immediately known, and the wounded suffered leg injuries and weren't life-threatening.

Bill would make murder of Ala. first responder capital offense

Lawmakers are working to pass a bill that would make murdering an on-duty first responder a capital offense.

Jury declares Lionel Francis guilty of capital murder

Closing arguments began Friday morning in the capital murder trial of Lionel Francis. Francis is accused of killing his 20-month-old daughter, Alexandria, in 2016.

  Abortion law could impact Alabama economy

People are calling for boycotts against Alabama-made products and companies based in the state.

ACLU, Planned Parenthood file lawsuit challenging Ala. near-total abortion ban

The American Civil Liberties Union and Planned Parenthood are asking a federal judge to block an Alabama law banning nearly all abortions across the state.

$1 million settlement announced for families of Guntersville murder victims

The State of Alabama will pay $1 million to the families of three murder victim’s allegedly killed by Jimmy O’Neal Spencer.

  Fallen Ala. officer’s neighborhood turns blue in his memory

When night draws its blanket of darkness across the mourning Opelika subdivision that Auburn police officer William Buechner shared with his family, you can see the signs of solidarity.

House approves wine shipment legislation

The Alabama House of Representatives has passed legislation allowing residents to purchase wine and have it shipped directly to their house

  Vets Take Aim At Cancer

Millions of dogs and cats are diagnosed with cancer each year. Yet, new technology is allowing doctors to prolong the lives of more pets each year.

  Kitchen Cops: Bare hands on burger buns and a missed chance for redemption in Madison

A former low performer in Madison gets a second chance, but earns another bad score. Meanwhile, bare hands on a burger bun mean a low score in the county.

23-month-old out of TN found safe following Amber Alert

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says Octavia Shaw was taken by 37-year-old Matias Martinez during a traffic stop.

  Madison flea market reopens with new name

It’s back in business for dozens of vendors in Madison. The Funky Monkey is reopening with a new name and owner in June

  Pup and Circumstance: Pooch steals show at high school graduation

The fern wasn't the only thing that got drowned out. The valedictorian, apparently not realizing what was happening, got drowned out by the laughter.

Huntsville City Council approves Constellation development on Clinton Avenue

The city estimates it will bring in almost $1.5 million in taxes annually.

  Fayetteville leaders working to revitalize downtown square

Fayetteville leaders are working to breed more life into the historic downtown square. At a recent Board of Alderman meeting, they hired a firm that will conduct a multi-phase study to provide a template of the future.

  Alabama Senate considers literacy bill

The bill would hold a third-grader back if they couldn't read at or above grade level.

Applications being accepted for Huntsville City School Board vacancy

Applicants must submit a resume and cover letter to the City Attorney’s office and meet the criteria outlined in the approved resolution.

Study shows people still don’t buckle up

The study also shows you are 500 times more likely to be thrown from your vehicle during a crash if you’re not wearing your seatbelt.

  A Florence Police Officer’s good deed has gone viral after helping a 9-year old girl after her cat died this week

Officer Justin Whitten says he was on duty when he saw a young girl crying in her driveway. When he approached her to find out why she was sad he realized 9-year-old Makayla Hogue had just seen her cat get hit and killed. With it being a little girl, I wanted to help her because she was crying, s

Neighbors are relieved to finally see this road project in Florence happening.

We continue to follow-up on a dangerous intersection in Florence. People who live along West Irvine Avenue in Florence say many speeding drivers are putting lives in danger.Neighbors are relieved to finally see this road project happening. Let me show the construction progress… The city already

Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate! Paramedics warn everyone to be safe in the heat this holiday weekend

What you need to know to stay safe in high heat for the holiday weekend.

Temperatures are rising this week in the Tennessee Valley which means people are adjusting the thermostat

Summer is right around the corner and the heat is already blistering. That means you have probably started adjusting the thermostat. The cost to run your air conditioner is a huge factor for your wallet." Having your unit serviced could cost anywhere from being 75 to 500 dollars, said, Tim Hopso

Application open for 2019-2020 Speak Student Ambassador program

Huntsville Hospital Foundation (HHF) is now accepting applications for its 2019-2020 SPEAK Student Ambassador Program. The program is open to upcoming high school sophomores, juniors and seniors in Huntsville City, Madison City, and Madison County Schools.

New evidence uncovered in quest to solve case of missing Harvest woman

Investigators say digging operations in Madison County led them to find more evidence in a case they've worked tirelessly for 11 years.

City of Huntsville Crews to activate new pedestrian crossing at Alabama A&M University

Weather permitting, on Tuesday, May 28 at approximately 9 a.m., a new traffic control device at the new pedestrian crossing at Alabama A&M University on Meridian Street between Chase Road and Holloway Road/Drake Drive will be activated.

  3 dead, state capital battered as storms rake Missouri

The tornado cut a path about 3 miles long and a mile wide from the south end of Jefferson City north toward the Missouri River, said police Lt. David Williams.

62,000 lbs. of beef products recalled amid E. coli concerns

Aurora Packing Company, Inc., of North Aurora, Ill., is recalling about 62,112 pounds of raw beef products out of concerns that the products may be contaminated with E. coli.

  Hot and dry, highs in the 90s

Today’s highs will be in the low to mid 90s, which is about 10 degrees above the norm. A quiet sky will continue tonight with lows falling into the lower 90s.

  2 Buckhorn High students highlight non-profit in honor of Memorial Day

Carry The Load is a national non-profit group that walks and cycles to raise awareness about military, veterans and first responders.

Taco Bell employee stabbed following altercation in Opelika

Police are investigating after a Taco Bell employee was stabbed Wednesday night.

ADOC releases strategic plan to combat prison system issues

The Alabama Department of Corrections has released its 2019-2022 Strategic Plan to combat issues identified in the prison system.

Decatur husband and wife charged with elder abuse

During the course of the investigation, it was found that the abuse contributed to the victim intentionally overdosing.

Via Airlines releases statement after ending commercial flights in Birmingham

Via Airlines, which announced earlier this year that Birmingham would be a focus city for them, has announced they are ending all regularly scheduled commercial flights to and from Birmingham.

Liberty Middle School students win engineering contest

They won with their prize-winning “Rube Goldberg Machine”.

AAA: Thursday night the worst time for Memorial Day travelers

The unofficial kickoff to summer is right around corner as we look ahead to Memorial Day weekend.

Man arrested after standoff in Morgan County

41-year-old McKinley Morrow was arrested following that standoff.

Man charged with murder in Blair Street shooting in Florence

Investigators are still working right now to find out what exactly led up to this shooting.

  SPLC sues Athens City Schools over graduation for students arrested in brawl

The Southern Poverty Law Center is suing Athens City Schools in an effort to get two suspended students reinstated in time for Thursday’s graduation.

  Crime Stoppers: Car burglary suspect sought in Huntsville

Police say on May 13, someone broke into a vehicle on Knollbrook Drive.

  9 illegal immigrants arrested in DeKalb County in alleged human trafficking operation

DeKalb County authorities arrested nine people Tuesday night in connection with what they believe is a human trafficking operation.

Los Angeles County bans official travel to Alabama due to abortion bill

Los Angeles County bans official travel to Alabama due to abortion bill.

Autistic Ill. teen allegedly verbally attacked for wearing military gear gets worldwide support from veterans

18-year-old Matthew Corey loves the military and wears military gear on most days as a way to show his support and to make sure those that fought for our country are never forgotten.

  Mazda Toyota auto supplier YKTA to create 650 jobs in Huntsville

Gov. Kay Ivey joined executives from auto supplier YKTA at a ceremony in Huntsville to announce the company’s plans to invest $220 million to open a manufacturing facility that will create 650 jobs.

  Kennel owner charged with animal cruelty

The pet owners said in a video they were preparing to take the animals to an area animal hospital, but one died less than 20 minutes later.

Travel savings for U.S. service members

Summer travel tips for active and retired U.S. service members.

Police: Dothan City Schools bus at fault in wreck

Dothan police confirm a Dothan City School bus was at fault in a 2-vehicle wreck Wednesday morning.

Officials: Last slave ship from Africa ID’d on Alabama coast

Authorities say researchers have located the wreck of the last ship known to bring enslaved people from Africa to the United States

Lawmaker: Lottery bill ‘dead’ for session

Lawmaker: Lottery bill 'dead' for session

  6 suspects arrested, 1 on the run in Madison murder, home invasion

Six suspects are now charged in a murder investigation in Madison. A seventh suspect is still on the loose.

Auburn police officer reunited with K9 partner in hospital

Wednesday, the Auburn Police Department said Officer Webb Sistrunk has improved from ICU and is now in critical care at Columbus Regional Medical Center.

Authorities searching for owner of horse found in Ardmore

The horse was found on Mitchell Loop in Ardmore.

Elderly Hoover man loses life savings in tech support scheme

An elderly Hoover man says he lost his life savings. He tells us he was tricked by someone he thought he could trust. Now he’s warning others.

Man sentenced to 438 years for the rape, sodomy, sexual assault of children in Morgan County

Michael William Lesher was sentenced to 438 years in an Alabama penitentiary for his part in raping, sodomizing and sexually abusing two children a dozen years ago.

‘You’ll get it tomorrow’: FedEx driver finds snake on doorstep

Do you knock on the door? Leave the package on the mat? Ding dong ditch?

  Huntsville company honored by Boeing

Last week, The Boeing Company announced its 2018 Supplier of the Year awards in Los Angeles, Calif. at its Annual Global Supplier Conference. Technical Micronics Control, Inc., a veteran-owned precision chemical cleaning company located in Huntsville, Ala., was among the 13 companies to receive this

Brunswick County Schools to offer free breakfast, lunch to all students next school year

Brunswick County Schools announced on Wednesday that beginning in the 2019-2020 school year, students at all BCS schools will receive free breakfast and lunch.