30 years after leaving WAAY 31, Country Rover Jamie Cooper still has it and says if he could, he'd do it all over again.
Eddie Moore is a florist year-round.
Monkeynauts Baker and Able paved the way for the work modern-day astronauts do. Without them, NASA leaders wouldn't have known if people could…
Mose Rager, the inventor of thumbpicking, taught Shane Adkins everything he knows. Now, Adkins is in the National Thumbpickers Hall of Fame.
This Thanksgiving, WAAY 31 is looking back at some of the most memorable "Alabama Originals" from 2022.
Former WAAY 31 Chief Meteorologist Gary Dobbs is a familiar face to many North Alabamians. Now living the retired life in Florida, Dobbs is lo…
It may be easier than you think to spot our nation's bird right in your own backyard.
A Tanner cartoonist is using his talents to give back to the military community both here in North Alabama and across the country.
Crushing cars and taking names, Don Maples spent years behind the wheel of Samson 1: one of America's first, true monster trucks.
You may get more than you bargained for when taking a trip to Huntsville's historic Lowry House. A visit around Halloween may be the best time…
Lauren Gray has arthrogryposis and is using her lifelong challenges to inspire others.
A group of special needs athletes in Sand Mountain is throwing out stereotypes as they continue their 11-year undefeated streak.
You'll be "coming 'round the mountain" to get to your table in a cave at the Rattlesnake Saloon in Tuscumbia.
Patriot Path is 50 minutes once a week for students to relax, connect with other students, teachers and the community.
28 teams from 15 different states made their way to Huntsville over Labor Day weekend to take part in the third annual Rock-it City Bonspiel a…
Bishop Jerry Johnson Sr. of Solomon Temple in Athens is doing his part to give back to the community and recently hit a major milestone in doing so.
Therapy horses are trotting onto the scene in North Alabama, helping children and adults with and without disabilities grow and develop.
Hartselle-native Byron Ferguson has spent his career inspiring others to follow their dreams through trick-shot archery.
From announcing sales at a Huntsville supermarket as a teenager to a half-a-century career in radio, Michael St. John has spent his life givin…
From spoons to scrapers and everything in between, Alabama Treenware uses local supplies to craft something special.
Former WAAY 31 Chief Meteorologist Bob Baron has been impacting the weather world for 40 years. Now, he's shifting his focus to the Baron Crit…
Ms. Carol has been serving up sandwiches and smiles at Guntersville's Chick-fil-A since 2006. Her kind heart landed her a spot on the big screen.
Bama Bucks in Sardis City combines two things that tend to not go together: a restaurant and a petting zoo.
Stephen Williams is a full-time financial advisor who, in his free time, has come up with an innovative, inexpensive way to build homes.
Stephanie Fortner runs a Holly Pond petting zoo - when it's not running her - and uses it as inspiration in her stage IV cancer battle.
Aileen Robinson is 89-years-old and legally blind. She's on a mission to inspire others, one apron at a time.
Jake Grissom is a driven young man whose grit earned him a college degree before a high school one.