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Today Huntsville Police Chief Lewis Morris announced his retirement, and the department named West Precinct Captain Mark McMurray as his successor.

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Johnny Cooper, a 60-year-old Hazel Green man, is continuing his march to Washington, DC with the Confederate flag despite its removal in South Carolina and the violence he has faced on the road.

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The Von Braun Center's Propst Arena has a unique new concession stand with a hometown focus. It's called the DHI Local Spot, and it sells only Madison County-brewed beers.

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The U.S. Army and Air Force are using laser technology to help save soldiers' lives by outfitting Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles, or MRPAS, with new laser technology.  

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Its time WhistleStop! The annual BBQ festival is this weekend, May 1-2, at the Historic Depot in Downtown Huntsville. The event features teams from all around, whipping up the best BBQ you can find anywhere around and it always draws a big crowd. If you are planning on attending be sure to c…

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There are many ways to remember a beloved family member or friend who has passed, but few receive the honor bestowed upon Colonel Dennis A. Williamson, former PEO Aviation chief of staff.

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You might have heard that if a soldier shoots it, drives it, flies it, wears it or eats it, the Army Materiel Command provides it, but AMC is a major command with many subordinate commands underneath their large umbrella making things move. So who actually purchases all that “stuff?” That wo…

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Redstone Arsenal remains closed Thursday due to the large amount of snow on the roadways. Despite the closure essential personnel are still required to report to work. If you are unsure or have any questions you are asked to contact your supervisor.

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As the military continues to look for cost savings measures the procurement process has faced serious scrutiny but part of the latest Pentagon budget proposal has a big procurement change that could save millions of tax payer dollars.

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As we continue to look at growth in the valley during our Hometown 20-31 segment, we turn our focus to Hampton Cove; a community made up of Owens Cross Roads, Brownsboro, Big Cove and Hampton Cove.

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So who goes on Jeopardy? Professors, brain surgeons, and rocket scientists are some of the professions that come to mind, and of course aerospace engineers. One of Huntsville’s very own hailing from the Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center recently appeared on th…

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The Army Chief of Staff, General Ray Odierno, just paid a visit to Redstone Arsenal’s Army Materiel Command. General Dennis Via, AMC commanding general, talked to Gen. Odierno about AMC’s global mission and their focus on providing support to the combatant commanders and warfighters, during …

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Redstone Arsenal officials say you should expect to hear some loud booming for the next hour or so. The National Center for Explosives Training and Research, part of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, will be setting off several homemade explosives starting at approximately 9:15am…

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAAY) - A Holocaust survivor speaks out about the most notorious of Nazi concentration camps, Auschwitz. That’s as people around the world are remembering the 70th anniversary of Soviet soldiers liberating those imprisoned.

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAAY) - Huntsville is home to some houses and buildings dating back to the early 1800s. Preserving those structures so they can be a part of the city's future and not just its past can be tricky. 

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAAY) - Huntsville Police are on the scene of what they believe to be an armed robbery at the Hardee's on Andrew Jackson Way in the Five Points area right across from the Star Market. 

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Army Materiel Command leadership is taking some of the first steps towards streamlining operations in an effort to better operate in an ever shrinking financial environment. The process has already begun within the command’s legal department.

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAAY) - With the new year comes an old hassle. Tax season starts in January. The Alabama Department of Revenue wants to help business owners get their questions answered quickly.

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAAY) - The Episcopal Church of the Nativity in Huntsville celebrated Christmas Eve in a unique way. They let children get into costume and act out the nativity scene at their church service Wednesday night.

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All too often military men and women live their lives without the recognition or honor that they deserve; that was not the case at the Space and Missile Defense Command Monday. Dozens of soldiers, officers, and Army civilians all turned out for a special event that the honoree knew nothing about.

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DECATUR, Ala. (WAAY)-It's estimated that 90 percent of shoppers will buy online this holiday season. But the Alabama Department of Revenue wants to remind shoppers that they could owe taxes on items purchased from an out-of-state retailer.

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The Army Materiel Command is preparing to send a second round of equipment to Germany to supplement the recently established European Activity Set. The EAS is a battalion of equipment stationed at Germany's Grafenwoehr training area to equip US forces as part of the NATO Response Force.

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More than 80 Combat Aviation Brigade Commanders, and their staff members, representing various units across the Army, filled an auditorium on Redstone Arsenal Friday for AMCOM 101. The seminar was offered to the various commanders who will be, or have already been, working with the US Aviati…

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DECATUR, Ala. (WAAY) - Members of the Lawrence County drug task force were called out to a residence on County Road 329 on Friday, to investigate a report that a person there was illegally purchasing pseudo-ephedrine from a pharmacy in Moulton.