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Some Franklin County roads passable, but still slick in spots

RUSSELLVILLE, Ala. – They were the first county in northwest Alabama to declare their roads impassable. 24-hours later, Franklin County roads are slightly better, but they are still not great. 297 more words


UNA students help feed their own for MLK service project

FLORENCE, Ala. – On this Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, dozens in the Shoals gathered under his inspiration. King challenged man-kind to help others; which is exactly what happened on the University of North Alabama campus. 318 more words


Alabama stars will shine at HOF Induction Banquet

TUSCUMBIA, Ala. – Alabama’s rich musical history will hit another high note in a couple of weeks. Four new members will be inducted into the… 561 more words


Freezing temps mean more fires, Russellville FD is prepared to battle blazes in the cold

RUSSELLVILLE, Ala. – Freezing temperatures dramatically increase the number of calls fire departments receive. So, with temperatures dropping below freezing for an extended amount of time, Russellville Fire Chief Joe Mansell says he is bringing in additional personnel over the weekend. 236 more words


Shoals poised to benefit from Toyota-Mazda announcement

FLORENCE, Ala. – Economic leaders in north Alabama are saying Wednesday’s announcement by Toyota and Mazda doesn’t come around very often. Aside from the jobs being directly created at the assembly plant – hundreds if not thousands will be created across the region. 262 more words


Colbert County attorney indicted; accused of bribing a juror

TUSCUMBIA, Ala. – A prominent Colbert County attorney was indicted on Monday accused of bribing a potential juror. WHNT News 19 has spent the day digging into the indictment and allegations. 274 more words


One man charged in connection with Sunday fatal shooting in Sheffield

COLBERT COUNTY, Ala. – Sheffield police have spent more than 24-hours looking into what caused a Florence man to be shot outside a home Sunday afternoon. 293 more words