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Geraldine mayor says Rubye Turner a real ‘cheerleader’
“Geraldine’s cheerleader” is what Mayor Chuck Ables calls Rubye Turner because she is so knowledgeable and dedicated to the town. Turner was set to be the grand marshal of the town’s Christmas parade on Saturday, but due to bad weather the town canceled the event. But, this didn’t stop Turner from c
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
Rome Man Charged with Calhoun Murder
A Rome man is awaiting extradition for the murder of a Calhoun man over the weekend. Justin Blake Maritinat, 29, was sought for the shooting of a man at a home on Sylvania Circle on Saturday.
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.
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.
Must-see: Car crashes into Alabama home; shocking photo goes viral
MONTGOMERY, ALA. — Nobody was hurt Sunday when a car crashed into a home in Montgomery, Alabama, authorities said. The shocking scene on Perry Hill Road was captured in a photo that quickly went viral.
Texas A&M lands commitment from rising Alabama linebacker Ke'Shun Brown
One of the nation’s best recruiting classes just got better as rising Alabama native Ke’Shun Brown announced his commitment to Texas A&M during his weekend trip to College Station.
Man shot to death at Sylvania Circle home; suspect captured in Alabama
The Gordon County Sheriff's Office is investigating the shooting death of a man at a Sylvania Circle home early Saturday morning. The suspect in the shooting was taken into custody in Eastern Alabama around 9:45 a.m. Saturday.
State Sen. Gerald Allen to renew push to end Alabama’s gun permit requirement
During an interview on this week’s broadcast of Alabama Public Television’s “Capitol Journal,” State Sen. Gerald Allen (R-Tuscaloosa) confirmed he was revamping an effort to end a requirement for citizens to have a permit to own a gun in the state of Alabama.
Albertville sextuplets celebrate turning 1, get new season of TLC show
ALBERTVILLE, AL (WAFF) - The first sextuplets ever born at Huntsville Hospital are now one and their show on TLC is returning with new episodes next summer!. “Sweet Home Sextuplets” will be returning for a second season, the family and network announced.
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.
Sand Mountain Tournament tips off Monday
The Sand Mountain Tournament is one of the oldest holiday tournaments in the state. It dates back to 1953, when Pisgah beat Geraldine 57-49 to win the first varsity boys title.
“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
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.
Alabama teen missing for over a month spotted getting into RV in Georgia
LAGRANGE, Ga. — Police in west Georgia believe they may have spotted a missing teen not seen since October. Darren Earles vanished after leaving Valley High School in Valley, Alabama on Oct. 25. However, on Saturday just before 1 p.m., Earles was seen getting into an RV at the LaGrange, Georgia Walm
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.
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.
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.
Pirates pull away in second half to defeat Crossville
CROSSVILLE — Boaz capitalized on six 3-pointers in the third quarter to break open a close game and sail to a 53-39 victory over Crossville on Tuesday night. It was the Class 5A, Area 13 varsity boys basketball opener for both squads.
APD requests funding for new camera system
Albertville Police Chief Jamie Smith requested the Albertville City Council consider purchasing approximately $92,000 worth of video recording equipment for the police department.