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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.
Boaz woman pleads guilty to theft
A Boaz Woman plead guilty to stealing nearly $30,000 from her employer. Teresa Rollins Ashley appeared before Circuit Judge Chris Able on Monday and pled guilty to theft. She was charged with stealing money from Smart Start Pediatrics.
Employee at Southside assisted living facility indicted after patient's death
GADSDEN, Ala. — An employee at a Southside assisted living facility who wasaccused of intentionally over-medicating a patient who later died was indicted on an assault charge earlier this month according to court records.
Roads closing this week on University of Alabama campus
Sections of Paul W. Bryant Drive, University Boulevard and Seventh Avenue on the University of Alabama campus will close this week as work begins on construction projects during the winter break.
This is the least-healthy city in Alabama
Alabama has a health problem. The state is historically ranked among the least-healthy in the country, with high rates of heart disease and obesity and low percentages of people who exercise and have healthy diets.
New School Named Transfer Option For Alabama QB Jalen Hurts
This weekend was a big one for Jalen Hurts, as the Alabama quarterback graduated from school. He got a raucous ovation as he walked across the stage. Hurts, Alabama’s starting quarterback in 2016 and ’17, became the backup this past season. Tua Tagovailoa took over the starting gig in the national t
Family remembers Reginae Marbury with event for children
Holidays can be hard, especially after the lost of loved ones, but the family of a Gadsden girl who lost her life to cancer used her memory to inspire an event Saturday to spread some joy.
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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.
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
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.
Five sent to the hospital in Guntersville crash
GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. - Five people were sent to the hospital after two cars crashed in Guntersville Saturday. Guntersville Fire and Rescue officials say the crash happened at Highway 431 and State Highway 79. They say two people are in serious condition.
Albertville Museum Christmas party Sunday
The Albertville Museum will bring a little history to the holiday season. On Sunday, beginning at 2 p.m., the museum will host its annual Christmas party and announce the winners of the second annual Gingerbread House Contest.
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.
“You are loved” – A group of ladies from Albertville made quilts for displaced children
GERALDINE, Ala. – A group of ladies made some quilts, each one with a message on it, and they’re destined to make a child’s difficult situation a little better. On Friday morning, the inside of the Geraldine Town Hall was draped with brightly colored quilts. A group of ladies carefully folded them u
MCSHOF to induct 8 in class of 2019
I’ve served as president of the Marshall County Sports Hall of Fame’s board of directors since 2001. Last year, I was honored to be selected for induction into the MCSHOF’s class of 2018.
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.
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.
Alabama display to be on ‘Great Christmas Light Fight’
ABC’s “The Great Christmas Light Fight” will feature an Alabama display next Monday. The Gilley family Christmas lights of Ballplay in Etowah County will be among four displays shown Monday on the show, which begins at 7 p.m. CST.
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.