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  Guntersville City Council approves funding to hire more nurses

Albertville man facing attempted murder charge

Jackson County man charged with PUI after being hit by SUV

  DeSoto Golf Course in Fort Payne closing

  Drive-thru vaccine distribution in Rainsville

  Sanitation and Sewage will soon rise in Fort Payne

Continued Coverage

  No lottery in Alabama means many are going to Tennessee for their chance at winning big

  Spanish and Antique House closed for a year due to ongoing renovations, pandemic; seeking donations

  Mountain Lakes Chamber of Commerce working to make improvements to park burned in fire

  Victim’s daughter in Scottsboro Zaxby’s shooting speaks out

  UPDATE: Police identify suspect in Scottsboro Zaxby’s shooting in Scottsboro; Investigation underway

  Jackson County Commission approves courthouse sweep

Brooks rebuts criticism on his ‘Save America’ rally speech

Brooks said he did nothing wrong and he is being falsely accused of bad conduct.

  Mo Brooks: “There is a zero percent chance I will resign” following last week’s deadly riots

Local NAACP presidents want congress to step in and expel Representative Brooks if he doesn't voluntarily resign.

Man killed after struck by a tractor

Authorities identified a Collinsville man who was killed after he was hit by a nearby tractor.

  One-year anniversary of devastating tornado at Brindlee Mountain

Principal Terry Allen says he will never forget January 11th, 2020.

  Boaz Police increase security by issuing “good morning cards” to local businesses

  Albertville activist group puts up billboard protesting confederate flag, monument

  Congresswoman proposes legislation to remove house members; including six Alabama congressmen

Albertville billboard calls for relocation of confederate monument, removal of confederate flag

Friday school delays, closures in the Tennessee Valley

  Albertville Public Library creates a food pantry to help students in need

AL Congressman Mo Brooks blames Antifa for riot at the capitol; no verifiable evidence to back up claims

After learning this, some of our viewers have asked, if Brooks knew Antifa was present why did he rally people to swarm the capitol?

  Arab City Schools Lead Nurse receives Moderna vaccine

Lead Nurse Venita Shirley has worked at Arab City Schools for 17 years. She was among several healthcare workers to get the Moderna vaccine at the Marshall County Health Department.

Health Departments see an increase in more people getting flu vaccine

Marshall County hospitals have been dealing with COVID-19 patients for months.

Marshall County Sheriff’s Office warns of ongoing phone scam

According to Chief Steve Guthrie, a person identifying themselves as Deputy Mark Andrew has been placing phone calls to people asking for money transfers to avoid be arrested on past warrants.

  Tennessee Valley elected officials react to violence at the Capitol

Some of our elected officials were inside when protesters swarmed the Capitol.

NBC changes Wednesday night programming due to special coverage

PROGRAMMING NOTE: NBC News covered special programming of events at the Capitol today. So, the regularly scheduled Wednesday programming is expected to air next week.

Scottsboro police looking for missing woman

Scottsboro police are asking for the community’s help in looking for a woman they say is missing.

Arab Police Department swears in newest honorary officer

A rare opportunity for a rare child. Donning his sweater and American flag mask, Hunter Bradford became the newest member of the Arab Police Department.

  Douglas softball coach recounts his COVID-19 recovery story

Douglas softball coach Johnny Champion got just about all he could handle from the COVID-19 virus this holiday season.

  Local churches, organizations show support to healthcare workers, deliver free meals

Marshall County churches and organizations are rallying together to show their support.

  MainStreet Family Care receives, dsitributes COVID-19 vaccine

Widespread vaccine distribution is going to take a huge effort across the globe, and Mainstreet Family Care Clinics around the state working to help.

Alabama has distributed 20% of vaccine allotment

Doctor Williamson said the numbers aren't doing as well as he was expecting but said things are going to get better.

Small pharmacies will play a big role in vaccine distribution

Several facilities across North Alabama are working to help people get vaccinated, including Hazel Green Pharmacy.

  DeKalb County Lieutenant dies from COVID-19

A DeKalb County Lieutenant has dued from COVID-19 complications, according to the Collinsville Police Department.

  ADPH Vaccine Allocation Plan now open to dental professionals

We are still in phase 1-A of the distribution plan.

  “Peace of Mind” COVID-19 test being offered at Huntsville Hospital

The program is designed for non-symptomatic individuals who want to know if they are carrying the COVID-19 virus.

  Recovery facility in Boaz helps residents battling with substance use disorder

Recovery Organization of Support Specialists, also known a ROSS of Marshall County opened their doors May of last year.

MainStreet Family Care clinics offer COVID-19 vaccine to phase 1a patients

MainStreet Family care clinics have received shipments of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.

  Huntsville Hospital chaplains working tirelessly throughout pandemic

Over the last ten months, chaplains have been offering support to patients, families and staff.

  Hospital staff unsure when vaccine will be available for those not on the front lines

If you are not in Group One A it is still unclear when you will be able to receive a vaccine.

Missing Jackson County man found dead on Tuesday

The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a potential missing person on Tuesday.

  Florence police locate missing juvenile on Tuesday

If you or someone you know has any information on where she may be, you are asked to contact the Florence Police Department at 256-760-6610.

  Huntsville Hospital converting more areas to ICU beds for COVID positive patients

System wide there are a little shy of 500 inpatients within the Huntsville Hospital Health System.

  Alabama nursing homes scheduled to receive COVID-19 vaccines this week

The Pharmacy Partnership for Long-Term Care Program is a federal effort

Three suspects arrested after high speed chase in Jackson County

While on a high speed chase, police say the suspects in the vehicle began firing shots at the officer as well.

Suspects wanted for burglary in multiple states arrested in DeKalb County

Two suspects led authorities on a search in DeKalb County in connection to a string of burglaries.

Former Jackson County Chairman addresses surveillance investigation; claims resignation due to health issues

The former Jackson County Commission Chairman, Tim Guffey, released a statement Wednesday regarding cameras that were placed around the Jackson County Courthouse.

Fighting Hunger with Blessing Bags in Marshall County

Hunger impacts everyone, even more so this year. Help students in Marshall County fight hunger by donating to the Blessing Bags campaign

  Jackson County Commission Chairman resigns

Jackson County Chairman, Tim Guffey, resigned Tuesday afternoon.

Inmates serving for rape, murder die from COVID-19

Two inmates who committed crimes in north Alabama have now died from COVID-19.

  Highlands Medical Center receives life saving LUCAS device for first responders

Most importantly, the new devices will come in handy when responding to emergencies in rural areas.

Rainsville woman arrested for puppy scam on Facebook

The Rainsville Police Department arrested a woman, after months of trying to locate her, for facilitating a puppy scam on Facebook.

  District Commissioners announce inappropriate surveillance allegation investigation of Jackson County employee

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is investigating an allegation of inappropriate surveillance at the Jackson County Courthouse.

  Health officials and community members express holiday travel concerns

Christmas will look different this year for most people.

  Rainsville mayor reacts to illegal wine making on city property

City officials said the man accused of making the wine did not have a license.

  UPDATE: Rainsville Wastewater Treatment Plant Supervisor arrested in connection to illegal wine operation

An illegal wine operation is being raided in Rainsville, a city that just became wet after a vote passed in August of this year.

  Albertville Museum now open in downtown

The museum is home to artifacts and memorabilia that tell the history of the city, from government to agriculture, and even social issues.

  Deputies still searching for missing man in Jackson County

Deputies in Jackson County are using drones and boats as they continue to search for a man who disappeared on December 6th.

Heart of the Valley YMCA receives $2 million from billionaire

The Heart of the Valley YMCA, which serves five counties across North Alabama, has received two million dollars from Scott.

Guntersville skate park closed while Police search for graffiti suspects

The skate park at Civitan Park is closed until further notice due to what the Guntersville Recreation Department is calling obscene and vulgar graffiti.

Boaz Police searching for missing teen

Nicholas Dean Hamilton, age 17, was last seen in the area of Mount Vernon Homes.

“An angel among us” DeKalb County man restores bikes for children this Christmas

Some folks are saying there’s an angel among the community in DeKalb County. They’re talking about Mr. Leon McCLung, the bicycle man.

  Mountain Lakes Chamber of Commerce seeking donations for local restaurants, children’s food program

The Mountain Lakes Chamber of Commerce is working to feed hungry kids with a new program driven by community donations.

  LIFE Resource Services of Jackson County seeking donations to help homeless

This year, the need is high at LIFE Resource Services of Jackson County.

Dr. Ric Ayer takes over interim Superintendent role for Guntersville City Schools

Guntersville City Schools named a new interim Superintendent on Tuesday.

  Precautionary tents set up at Marshall Medical Centers due to increase in patients

Triage tents are typically used by rescue teams responding to natural disasters. Now, with COVID numbers on the rise and limited space in hospitals, the tents will serve as a backup at both Marshall Medical Center campuses.

UPDATE: City Council confirms David Davis as Fort Payne Police Chief

Last Thursday, city leaders interviewed 10 candidates to fill the role as the new police chief.

  Huntsville Hospital received first COVID-19 vaccines Tuesday

Alabama is receiving 40,950 doses in its initial allocation.

  Arab City Schools transition to distance learning

All Arab City Schools will transition to distance learning for the remainder of the semester, beginning Monday, December 14th.

  DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office warns public about counterfeit money around town

Businesses in Fort Payne are finding more counterfeit cash this holiday season.

One woman killed in Albertville crash

A two-vehicle crash claimed the life of an Albertville woman Friday afternoon.

DeKalb County Schools finish fall semester virtually

All DeKalb County Schools will transition to virtual learning beginning Wednesday, December 16.

  Holiday shipping deadline looming

If you are planning to ship your holiday gifts, time is running out.

DeKalb County Activities Building to reopen Monday

Emergency Management Agency officials announced Monday that the DeKalb County Activities Building will be closed until further notice due to COVID-19.

  Jackson County School cafeteria workers out due to COVID, admin staff steps up to serve meals

During lunch, administrative staff put on their aprons and gloves to make sure their students get a warm lunch.

  Mother of missing Albertville woman pleads for help, new information

Her 27-year-old daughter Francie Kirstie Eller was last seen November 22, 2018, just before Thanksgiving.

  Grant Police searching for man wanted on multiple felony charges

Police in northeast Alabama are asking for your help finding a man they say pulled a gun on a family member and stole their car.

  Marshall County Commissioners pass new resolution regarding protests, county property

On Wednesday, Marshall County Commissioners passed a resolution to provide new protest guidelines for Marshall County Courthouses.