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Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Alabama looking for volunteers for new Marshall Co. location

ALBERTVILLE, Ala. — Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Alabama is looking for volunteers and kids to join the organization’s new location in Marshall County. 295 more words

Northeast Alabama

Marshall Co. woman who disappeared with 8-year-old son now faces multiple charges for incidents with the boy's father

ARAB, Ala. — A Marshall County woman who disappeared with her eight-year-old son earlier this year prompting an Emergency Missing Child Alert is facing multiple charges, and has had several run-ins with Arab Police. 296 more words

Northeast Alabama

Lake Guntersville stakeholders group involved in aquatic weed management plan to meet in upcoming days

GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. — The stakeholders group charged with overseeing the aquatic weed management plan in Lake Guntersville will be meeting in the upcoming days. This is the third year the plan to manage the weeds in the lake will be underway. 251 more words

Northeast Alabama

Another hurdle for Marshall Co. Smith Drive repairs

GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. — Marshall County has everything ready to go on its end to fix a road that has been damaged since the Christmas Day flooding, but now there’s another hurdle. 199 more words

Northeast Alabama

Second man charged with capital murder in the slaying of Marshall County couple

GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. — Authorities announced a second arrest in connection to a double murder that happened in the Asbury community in September.

Marshall County District Attorney Steve Marshall said Henry Pyle is now charged along with Jeffery McKelvey in the murders of Denie and Pam Tucker from Asbury last year. 115 more words

Northeast Alabama

Arraignment to take place Monday for Huntsville man charged with sex abuse of a child

MARSHALL COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – The Huntsville man once accused of murdering and dismembering his girlfriend will now appear in a Marshall County courtroom Monday. 222 more words

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17-year-old who drowned at DeSoto Falls identified

DEKALB COUNTY, Ala. – A 17-year-old Valley Head teen drowned Friday afternoon at DeSoto Falls.

The body of 17-year-old Aaron Coles was recovered from DeSoto Falls in Mentone, according to Park Superintendent Ken Thomas. 72 more words

Northeast Alabama