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About 40 animals in danger of being put down in Marshall County; program asking for adoptions, donations

MARSHALL COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) — There are a lot of animals in Marshall County that need help because by the end of the month, many of them will have to be put down. 268 more words

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Albertville and Guntersville leaders say 'yes' vote for Sunday alcohol sales means economic boost

MARSHALL COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) — Two Marshall County cities are looking to the future after residents in Albertville and Guntersville approved measures allowing Sunday alcohol sales. 254 more words

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Jackson County leaders, agencies, discuss future in light of looming cuts

JACKSON COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) — Jackson County officials are discussing what’s next for the county and this week, briefed county employees on what to expect in light of a failed one cent sales tax increase vote. 439 more words

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Voters in 2 Marshall County cities approve 7-day alcohol sales

MARSHALL COUNTY, Ala. – Voters in Albertville and Guntersville approved measures allowing for seven-day alcohol sales Tuesday night.

In Albertville, 1,162 people voted “yes” and 1,001 people voted “no.” 221 more words

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Authorities say firestorm surrounding viral video is dying down; man who shot video satisfied with results

ALBERTVILLE, Ala. – After a video of a dog in heavy rain in a man’s backyard in Marshall County went viral with over a half-million plays, both authorities and people close to the situation want the firestorm around the video to die down. 832 more words

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State investigating death of DeKalb County inmate; Sheriff says man attempted suicide in cell

FORT PAYNE, Ala. – DeKalb County Sheriff Jimmy Harris confirms there is an investigation into the recent death of an inmate.  Kevin Daniel Hancock, 33, died Sunday, August 23. 187 more words

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DeKalb County Sheriff's Office purchases 55 backup weapons for deputies to carry at all times

DEKALB COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – Last month DeKalb County Sheriff Jimmy Harris announced he was changing policy for all certified deputies to carry a concealed weapon on them at all times while off duty. 198 more words

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