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Guntersville police need help identifying suspect in restaurant burglary
GUNTERSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - For the second time in a week a man in Marshall County has been caught on video stealing. First in Arab, now in Guntersville. The burglar was caught on camera here at Bubba Ritos and the manager says he was not alone.
Arab basketball: Knights have bad night at Gadsden
Sometimes it’s not your night and for the Arabian Knights, that came Tuesday at Gadsden City. For one reason or another, all five Arab teams went down to defeat. Turnovers were a big culprit.
City approves bid for Zaxby’s turn lane
The new Zaxby’s restaurant in Arab got a little closer to reality recently when the Arab City Council approved the low bid of $185,226 from North Alabama Paving of Tuscumbia to build a deceleration lane on U.S. 231 North.
Five people injured in Guntersville wreck
GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. – Five people were injured in a two-car wreck in Guntersville early Saturday. According to authorities, the wreck occurred at US Highway 431 and State Highway 79.
Man from Arab charged in Cullman with sexual abuse of child; Hanceville man facing SORNA charges
CULLMAN - Two men were arrested recently by the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) for sex crimes; the two cases are separate and not related. Justin Anthony Jeffries Jr., 25, of Arab, has been charged with sexual abuse of a child under the age of 12.
Alabama elementary school bus driver buys McDonald’s breakfast for students when ice delays school opening
One generous Alabama school bus driver has gone viral for purchasing 50 McDonald’s breakfast biscuits for his elementary school students when icy roads delayed the school’s opening, so that the youngsters would not go hungry in class.
Arab Senior Center to close for the holidays
Hello to everyone from the Arab Senior Center. The Christmas season is upon us, Thanksgiving has come and gone. We here at the center hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving filled with family and of course lots of food. We do have a lot to be thankful for not only at Thanksgiving but all year ro
AG’s office to prosecute Galleria shootings
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall announced during a press conference Thursday morning his office would assume the prosecution of the Nov. 22 shootings of E.J. Bradford, Brian Wilson and Molly Davis at Hoover’s Riverchase Galleria Mall.
New Year's Eve events in Alabama: Ways to ring in 2019 in style
Are you ready to clink glasses, throw confetti and celebrate the arrival of 2019? There's plenty to do in Alabama on Dec. 31, from concerts and parties to street festivals and fireworks displays. Here are 23 events planned throughout the state, all intended to help you bid farewell to 2018 and welco
Old IRS scam going around again
An Arab woman received a call late last week from someone claiming to be from the IRS who said they had a warrant for her arrest. It is an old scam and fortunately, she didn’t fall for it. The IRS does not call taxpayers.
Pulmonologist warns Guntersville Middle Schoolers to avoid e-cigarettes
Students may feel cool when they stick an e-cigarette in their mouths and blow out a vapor but actually they are increasing the likelihood of becoming a cigarette smoker and a cancer victim.
In the Tank: Glasscock's sudden exit catches a lot of folks by surprise
Here’s a little more on the breaking news story on the front page that Tribune editor Charles Whisenant was finally able to officially confirm Friday morning. Whisenant actually caught wind of the news that Arab head coach Oscar Glasscock was leaving to take the open job at Cullman while judging the
Alabama, Nick Saban sending wrong message by bringing in D.J. Durkin as 'consultant'
If any program in the country doesn’t need former Maryland coach D.J. Durkin’s help to win a national championship, it’s Alabama. And yet, if any program in the country would leap at the opportunity to bring in a coach who disgraced the profession and whose so-called culture might have contributed t
Alabama AG Marshall: Alabama Attorney General’s Office to prosecute Riverchase Galleria shootings cases
MONTGOMERY – Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall announced during a press conference Thursday morning that his office will assume the prosecution of the November 22, 2018, shootings of E.J. Bradford, Brian Wilson and Molly Davis at Hoover’s Riverchase Galleria Mall.
Alabama attorney general takes over prosecution of Galleria mall shootings
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall today said his office will take over prosecution of the shootings of three people at the Riverchase Galleria on Thanksgiving night due to potential conflicts of interest for the Jefferson County district attorney.
Marshall issues updated CBD guidance after Farm Bill passage
Attorney General Steve Marshall has issued an updated guidance regarding cannabidiol (CBD) after final passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, which contained a provision legalizing industrial hemp beyond the existing pilot programs passed by Congress in 2014.
Huntsville Weekend Roundup December 14-16
The winter school break is creeping up – have you made your childcare arrangements yet? Our School Break Camp list can help! The best part about this list is the abundance of flexible options available for Huntsville parents. Sometimes you just need an afternoon to shop/wrap/cook, ya know? In additi
Marshall county man on trial after child porn was found on his lost cell phone
GUNTERSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - A lost cell phone could land a Marshall county man in jail for years to come. Trial for Kenneth Wayne Ennis got underway Wednesday. He's charged with four counts each of production and possession of child pornography.
TUNE IN AT 10:30 a.m. on WEB: Attorney General Steve Marshall talks on Riverchase Galleria Shooting
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WIAT) -- Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall will make a statement at. 10:30 a.m. today in his Montgomery office to the news media about matters regarding the.
Marshall County Sheriff’s overtime budget could be depleted when new sheriff takes over
GUNTERSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - The overtime budget for the Marshall County Sheriff's office continues to be depleted. This after a month ago the county commission sent a letter to the outgoing sheriff asking he reign in spending.