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County Road 220 in Jackson County getting long awaited fix

SCOTTSBORO, Ala – Jackson County is working to prevent future floods on County Road 220.  Officials have decided to work on the roadway because of its history with over topping. 169 more words

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Attorney indicted on child pornography charges

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-A federal grand jury indicted an Albertville attorney on child pornography-related charges.

A two-count indictment filed in district court in Birmingham charges Steven Vincent Smith, 53, of Albertville, with receiving and possessing child pornography in 2015 and 2016.   34 more words

Northeast Alabama

Marshall Co. investigators still looking for man they used helicopter to search for Tuesday night

ALBERTVILLE, Ala. – Law enforcement officers continue to look for a man they tried to serve with felony drug warrants last night.

The Marshall County Drug Task Force tells WHNT News 19 their team tried to serve warrants on the man at a soccer field in Albertville, near the Rec Center. 95 more words

Northeast Alabama

Relay for Life Jackson County is gearing up for next year

JACKSON COUNTY, Ala. – Jackson County’s Relay for Life chapter is planning it’s 2017 game plan.

The event is geared toward those affected by cancer. Their first event of next year will be on May 5th from on the Veterans Fairgrounds.   46 more words

Northeast Alabama

Budget problems continue in Jackson County

JACKSON COUNTY, Ala. – Jackson County leaders passed the county’s 2017 fiscal year budget Monday afternoon.  It contains roughly the same amount of money as last year’s, but it is also coming with a $425,000 deficit.   252 more words

Northeast Alabama

Officials say repercussions from Colonial Pipeline gas leak still evident, but situation is improving

GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. — Drivers are still feeling the pinch of high gas prices from the Colonial Pipeline gas leak earlier this month, and officials say it could be another couple of weeks before they go back down. 302 more words

Northeast Alabama

Community donations fund more than half of Douglas Police Department's goal to buy individual first aid kits for each law enforcement officer in Marshall Co.

DOUGLAS, Ala. — The Douglas Police Department is more than halfway to its goal to get enough community donations to provide each law enforcement official in Marshall County with an individual first aid kit for emergency situations. 238 more words

Northeast Alabama