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Marshall County Sheriff’s Office drug bust in Albertville
The Marshall County Sheriff’s Office reported a drug bust in Albertville. Marshall County Sheriff’s Office Assistant Chief Deputy Steve Guthrie said agents with the Marshall County Drug Task Force executed a search warrant at the residence of Richard and Misty Turner, located at 110 Phillipson Drive
High school basketball: Arab's season ends at Northeast Regional
While the score was certainly not indicative of how uncertain the outcome would eventually be, the Etowah Blue Devils made a statement early that if they lost, it wouldn’t be because they didn’t play all out from one side of the floor to the other.
Marshall County sheriff’s son arrested
MARSHALL COUNTY, Ala. – The son of Marshall County Sheriff Phil Sims is in jail facing a felony charge. Jordan Craig Sims, 28, of Guntersville, was arrested Feb. 6 on a charge of second-degree receiving stolen property. Sheriff Sims said he requested his son be held in the Blount County Jail for saf
Marshall County drivers more cautious during heavy rain, road closures
WAAY 31 talked to several Marshall County drivers who are trying to stay off the roads and out of the rain if possible. "It's gonna suck being out in the rain this week," Christian Haynes said.
Several North Alabama schools delayed tomorrow due to possible flooding
Several schools in northern Alabama announced Tuesday that they will be opening two hours later amid the potential of severe weather and heavy flooding in the area tomorrow. Cullman, DeKalb, Jackson, Limestone, Madison, Marshall, and Morgan counties are under a flood watch for tomorrow, according to
Significant Weather Advisory For Central Jackson, Marshall, Southeastern Madison And Southwestern Dekalb Counties Until 7:45 PM CST
CST… — At 705 PM CST, Doppler radar was tracking a line of strong. thunderstorms extending from near Woodville to Arab. Movement was. Wind gusts up to 50 mph will be possible with these storms.
Alabama newspaper editor stripped of honor after calling for KKK to ‘clean out DC’
An Alabama newspaper editor on Tuesday was removed from the University of Southern Mississippi’s journalism Hall of Fame for writing an editorial that called for the Ku Klux Klan to “ride again” to block tax increases.
In the Tank: Trophies, honors continue to pile up for Arab's Michael Pruitt
It’s sad these words must be written, because Arab’s wrestling team did nothing on Saturday but add to the luster of their program. But when you’ve won six straight of these state tournaments, and then you don’t win, it’s a story. Doesn’t matter if you came back with a state map trophy for finishing
The story behind the Alabama gas station with the amazing food
Mac's 1 Stop on Birmingham's Southside is a do-it-all gas station/convenience store/burger joint where you can pull in and get a fill-up, a pack of smokes and a patty melt to go.
3-time convicted killer dies in Alabama prison at age 54
A Montgomery man who pleaded guilty in the shooting deaths of three people in two separate incidents has died in prison. Gyanendra Willie Norman, 54, died Sunday at William Donaldson Correctional Facility where he was serving a sentence of life without parole. According to the Jefferson County Coron
Drugs, guns found in Albertville home
ALBERTVILLE, Ala. – An Albertville couple is facing charges after authorities said they found stolen guns and several different kinds of drugs in their home. The Marshall County Sheriff’s Office said county drug task force agents searched the home of Richard and Misty Turner on Phillipson Drive and
NORTHWEST REGIONAL TOURNAMENT: Lady Eagles storm past Red Bay 54-36 to earn 1st trip to Birmingham since 2009
HANCEVILLE — Camryn Crider couldn't — and wouldn't — stomach any more heartbreak. Not as a give-it-all senior whose prep career is drawing to a close. And not at Tom Drake Coliseum — a venue that's served as a haunting ground for Cold Springs in recent memory.
Flooding expected in Marshall County and on the Tennessee River
GUNTERSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - Officials believe we could hit a 20-year high with expected flooding this week. Just look at Lake Guntersville and you’ll see the river levels are already high and much of the rain is yet to come.
Hyco cuts ribbon on new Montanhydraulik service center
Hyco and the Montanhydraulik Group held a ribbon cutting ceremony recently to celebrate the opening of their new service facility at their plant in Arab. Since the 1970s, the plant has manufactured hydraulic cylinders in many different sizes for a variety of different applications including mobile h
Driver crashes into Alabama State Trooper vehicle stopped along interstate
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WALA) -- An Alabama State Trooper avoided serious injuries Sunday when his patrol car was struck by another vehicle on Interstate 59. Investigators said the trooper was parked off of the road on I-59 southbound near exit 89 in Tuscaloosa County. Troopers said a passenger vehicle dr
Man charged with attempted murder for shooting at Albertville police officer
ALBERTVILLE, Ala. – A man is charged with attempted murder for shooting at an Albertville police officer after a traffic stop. Albertville Police Chief Jamie Smith said Sunday morning around 2:00 a.m. an officer stopped a vehicle at Rose Road and Lexington Avenue. The vehicle had been reported to di
Storms Continue To Push Eastward Across North/Central Alabama
The line of storms was approaching the cities of Huntsville to Cullman to Tuscaloosa to Eutaw as of the 11:10 am mark on this Wednesday morning. There continues to be copious amounts of rainfall and plenty of lightning along the line as it continues to slowly push eastward. Individual cells in the l
Weather update: 37 degrees and a thunderstorm? There was wild weather in Alabama today
There was a little bit of everything in the Alabama weather world on Tuesday. The day started off with sleet over parts of north and central Alabama that coated cars and decks in some spots.
10 Years of Research Went Into Smith Book
Larry Smith of Guntersville has written a number of historical books over the years, including “A History of Marshall County” and “Guntersville Remembered.” But none may have been as meticulously researched and as much a labor of love as his latest work, “New England Missions and Schools to the Cher
Stolen guns, meth, LSD, more seized from Albertville couple's residence
Two people have been arrested after the Marshall County Drug Task Force searched an Albertville home over the weekend. Agents recovered about 14 ounces of methamphetamine, cocaine, marijuana, LSD, mushrooms, oxycodone, hydrocodone, two stolen pistols, a stolen CBR600, about $7,000 in cash, three veh