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Pink Sheffield PD patrol car out and about as a life-saving message

SHEFIELD, Ala. (WHNT) –  Sheffield Police officers are currently under ‘code pink.’

A bright pink patrol car is out and about as a life saving message to the community during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 246 more words


GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee addresses full house at UNA

FLORENCE, Ala. (WHNT) – God, guns, grits and gravy. That’s how GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee explains southern voters in Alabama.

Huckabee addressed a full house of those voters in the Guillot University Center at the University of North Alabama Thursday morning, campaigning to be America’s next president. 373 more words


Franklin County driver license office closes doors, renewals still available in Probate office

FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) –  Cuts to the Alabama General Fund impacted the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, and they trickled down to driver license offices. 286 more words


GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee addresses supporters at UNA

FLORENCE, Ala. (WHNT) – GOP presidential candidate Governor Mike Huckabee addressed supporters at a campaign rally at the University of North Alabama this morning.

It’s the first visit to Florence by an active candidate from any party in over 30 years. 267 more words


Littleville's first community center ready in time for Bluegrass Festival

LITTLEVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) –  Littleville is a town that really holds true to its name, and for the first time, the small community has a place to gather together. 242 more words


Alabama State Trooper arrested on domestic violence charges

LAUDERDALE COUNTY, Ala. – An Alabama State Trooper has turned himself in to Florence Police after domestic violence charges were brought against him.

According to Florence Police, 41-year-old Billy James Slappey has been charged with domestic violence/criminal mischief and domestic violence/harassment, both misdemeanor charges. 67 more words


Florence High expands fine arts to include professional music recording

FLORENCE, Ala. (WHNT) – There’s music filling the hallways inside of Florence High School.

Monday morning, future recording artists cut the ribbon on what some say is the first professional recording studio to be inside a high school anywhere in the country. 276 more words