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Beat the North Alabama heat at Cullman’s new WildWater water park

CULLMAN -- It’s extra hot outside this summer, but now there’s a new way to cool off: WildWater in Cullman. With something for just...

Armed Forces Celebration Week starts Monday with music, fireworks, softball, golf and job opportunities

HUNTSVILLE – Get ready for a weeklong observance of the military as Armed Forces Celebration Week is launched Monday. Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle will kick...

Marshall Space Flight Center funding fission power project for lunar missions

HUNTSVILLE -- The Space Technology Mission Directorate's Technology Demonstration Missions program at Marshall Space Flight Center will fund the development of a fission power...

Teachers take comfort: Free mental wellness webinars hosted by Solid Ground Counseling

HUNTSVILLE- According to a survey last summer by the EdWeek Research Center, 60% of teachers say they frequently or always experience job-related stress; just...

Catch summer’s blockbusters at King Drive-In in Russellville

RUSSELLVILLE -- Want to see “Top Gun: Maverick” or “Jurassic Park: World Dominion,” but you’re still not quite comfortable in a theater full of...

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SMX wins $84.5M assault aircraft program services contract

HUNTSVILLE – SMX, a global technology and advanced engineering provider, has been awarded the Future Long Range Assault Aircraft (FLRAA) program services contract valued...

‘Pinch dat tail and suck dat head’: Trash Pandas host Crawfish Festival at Toyota Field

MADISON –– The good times are rolling for the Rocket City Trash Pandas after securing a post-season spot in the Southern League playoffs. Now the...

Jean Wessel Templeton program donates $500,000 to local nonprofit health initiatives

HUNTSVILLE – The past two years has been taxing on local nonprofits which have overcome challenges throughout the pandemic to maintain their health-related programs. Beth...

Despite economic warnings, Florida developer brings industrial development to Huntsville

NAPLES, Fla. -- Regardless of the state of the economy, Halstatt Real Estate Partners is betting the need for distribution centers will remain high. The...

Huntsville’s Across the Pond acquired by SiteOne Landscape Supply

ROSWELL, Ga.-- Across the Pond, a long-time Huntsville landscape supply company, has been purchased by Georgia-based SiteOne Landscape Supply. In business since March 2003, Across...

Auburn football’s worst losses and most thrilling victories since 2000

Auburn has tasted the thrill of dramatic victory and agony of soul-sucking defeat as much as anyone this century. Your podcast hosts may be...

Girls Inc. of Huntsville awarded $10,000 STEM grant from Collins Aerospace

HUNTSVILLE -- Girls Inc. of Huntsville has received a $10,000 grant from Collins Aerospace to expand access to STEM education. The gift will help fund...

First public meeting tonight as Madison considers a city manager

MADISON -- A community meeting on Madison's plans for a city manager will be tonight at 6. Following the recommendation of a governance transition committee...

Britt and Strong clinch GOP nominations

HUNTSVILLE -- Mo Brooks' career as an elected official has come to an end - and it wasn't graceful. The six-term congressman was defeated in...

Huntsville’s Watring Technologies acquired by Cimarron Software Services

HUNTSVILLE -- Houston-based Cimarron Software Services acquired Huntsville-based Watring Technologies, a design, manufacturing, and hardware integration company. The amount of the acquisition was undisclosed. “Watring...

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‘Black Hawk Down’ POW Mike Durant considering potential run for U.S. Senate

Prisoner of War and Purple Heart recipient Mike Durant is exploring the possibility of entering Alabama's 2022 race for the U.S. Senate. Sources say a...

Alabama A&M becomes nation’s first HBCU to establish master’s degree registered apprenticeship program

Alabama A&M University, in partnership with the Alabama Office of Apprenticeship (AOA), has made history by establishing a non-traditional career path for those seeking...

Redstone Arsenal to utilize AT&T’s FirstNet communications public safety infrastructure service

HUNTSVILLE -- Public and private sector leaders on Thursday announced that Redstone Arsenal is set to benefit from enhanced wireless communications by way of...

Alabama Forestry Association endorses Steve Livingston’s state senate reelection campaign

State Sen. Steve Livingston (R-Scottsboro) has landed the endorsement of the Alabama Forestry Association (AFA) in his reelection bid to the Alabama State Senate,...

Hometown Lenders hold ‘Back the Blue’ event honoring law enforcement with AG Marshall

HUNTSVILLE -- Huntsville-based Hometown Lenders on Thursday held its annual "Back the Blue" event at Toyota Field recognizing law enforcement with Alabama Attorney General...

Boeing makes $8M investment in HBCUs, including Alabama A&M

HUNTSVILLE -- Boeing recently invested $8 million in a multi-year initiative with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund to support a deep pool of future...

Just getting started: Drake White returns home to perform at Sand Mountain Amphitheater

ALBERTVILLE -- If you’ve never listened to Drake White’s music, you have absolutely been missing out. His voice is downright guttural and his lyrics...

Space Center celebrates 40th anniversary with $10M donation for training center

HUNTSVILLE – It is said the 40th anniversary is the ruby jubilee and U.S. Space & Rocket Center CEO Dr. Kimberly Robinson was plenty...

Gen. Walker: North Alabama key to nation’s security 24/7

HUNTSVILLE – The Tennessee Valley workforce is essential to maintaining America’s safety and security, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. That was the...

It’s runoff election day in Alabama

The polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today, Tuesday, June 21, as voters cast their ballots in the Democratic and Republican...

Shelby’s retirement will leave North Alabama wanting

Sen. Richard Shelby has served Alabama in the United States Senate for nearly four decades, and his era of public service is soon coming...

Calhoun Foundation chooses Lewis, Walden to lead 2022-24 board

TANNER -- The Calhoun College Foundation has named Huntsville’s Kim Lewis president of the Foundation’s Board of Directors and Decatur’s Anita Walden as its...

Trash Pandas clinch first postseason playoff spot

MADISON -- The Rocket City Trash Pandas are postseason-bound after Sunday's  7-2 win over the Montgomery Biscuits at Toyota Field. The Trash Pandas are 39-24,...