MiLB says no baseball this year
MiLB announced this week no season is happening in 2020.
Staying safe during the 4th of July
A stray shower or storm is possible today, but most stay dry, with highs in the low 90s. A few more scattered storms are possible Saturday, but July 4th is not a total washout.
Friday Morning's Top Stories
Increase in testing as positive cases spike
Miracle Worker at Ivy Green Director, Caroline Self
US Congressman Robert Aderholt
Demand for Coronavirus testing has increased in the area due to a spike in cases
A local lab that processes Coronavirus tests is responding to a skyrocketing demand for testing capacity.
WAAY 31 en español 2 de julio
Dan and Najahe talk with Dr. Ali Hassoun about concerns with a spike in coronavirus cases. Part 2.
Dan and Najahe talk with Dr. Ali Hassoun about concerns with a spike in coronavirus cases. Part 1.
Breken Terry provides details about a deadly coronavirus outbreak at a Shoals nursing home.
Dekalb County officials are discussing the possibility of a mandatory mask order for the whole county.
DeKalb County government buildings cutting hours due to coronavirus
For the upcoming run-off election, all 72 polling locations in Madison County have plans to use masks, sanitizer, and a new setup to ensure voters stay 6 feet apart.
Fireworks illegal in some parts of North Alabama
The Alabama Department of Education picked an out-of-state provider for for virtual learning this academic school year.
Toyota, Alabama A&M and Huntsville Hospital partner to offer free coronavirus testing
Family Speaks After Losing Mother To Coronavirus
Huntsville businesses recovering from coronavirus shutdown
Huntsville pediatrician concerned about kids returning to school
The American Academy of Pediatrics says time away from the classroom can negatively affect children both mentally and physically.
The three page draft outlines the rules and exceptions for masking requirements in Madison County.
Ralph Nelson, Trash Pandas President & CEO
Bill Hopkins Fayetteville City Schools Superintendent
More pop up showers and storms are expected this afternoon, but will not be as widespread as the last few days. Get ready for a hot, and at times stormy, 4th of July weekend.
With the Safer At Home order in place and many large events having been canceled, non-profits are struggling to fulfill their missions
Understanding The Coronavirus Pandemic
A comedian who had joked about the coronavirus, now says it is no laughing matter after testing positive for the virus himself.
Senior earns scholarship to play college basketball
WAAY 31 en español 1 de julio
Sophia Borrelli spoke with the Chief Medical Officer at Highlands Medical Center in Scottsboro to find out how they are preparing for the flu season during this pandemic.
Breken Terry explains the impact the coronavirus has on Florence firefighters.
Sydney Martin explains why local leaders believe there should be a masking mandate in place.
Safety precautions for July 4th celebrations in Marshall County
The superintendent of the Madison City School System says the framework for how students and teachers will return to school this fall should be coming next week.
Pediatric group pushes for return to traditional schooling after coronavirus
The North Alabama Medical Center told WAAY31 that despite the spike in cases, it's treating fewer than 15 coronavirus patients.
Huntsville small businesses take advantage of Paycheck Protection Program
With the number of coronavirus cases on the rise, local hospital leaders shared what they're dealing with when it comes to treating COVID patients.
Local leaders urging people to wear face masks
WATCH: Madison County officials give coronavirus update for July 1
Mayor encourages community to wear masks
Additional showers and storms develop later on this afternoon. Similar to Tuesday, some storms could be strong to severe, with gusty winds and heavy rainfall the primary threats.
City council delays mask ordinance vote
Wednesday Morning's Top Stories
Dr. Kimberly Greenway, UNA Vice President of Student Affairs
Mayor Ronnie Marks, Athens
Local Teen Diagnosed With Coronavirus
The Rocket City Trash Pandas announced that they will wait another year to throw out the first pitch
One local restaurant and bar is making adjustments to schedule regular professional cleanings to help keep customers and employees safer
Governor Kay Ivey has extended the Safer At Home order
The Decatur City Council members say they need another week to think about whether to pass a mask ordinance.
30 de junio WAAY 31 en español
Tuesday storms knock over University Drive power pole
News conference announcing Rocket City Trash Pandas season canceled
Marshall County sheriff talks about enforcing mandatory mask orders
Anti-mandatory mask ordinance protest takes place outside Decatur City Hall
WAAY 31's Breken Terry was live with what the Governor's extended safer at home order means for you.
WAAY 31's Sydney Martin is live outside Huntsville Hospital where she worked to learn more about testing capabilities and how they're keeping up with the demand.
Gov. Kay Ivey extends Alabama’s coronavirus Safer at Home order to July 31
Nick Bonifay is going to Oklahoma City University
Hospital CEO stresses importance of wearing masks
Several rounds of thunderstorms will be possible Tuesday and that threat continues through Thursday. Stronger lines of storms from out of the north could bring damaging straight-line winds.
Tuesday Morning's Top Stories
Mayor Tab Bowling, Decatur
Free 2 Teach is stocking up on school supplies for teachers for the coming school year
Businesses Fight To Stay Afloat During The Pandemic
Decatur considers provisions to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus though face masks
29 de junio WAAY en español
New this evening- the governor's office says we can expect an update on the state's safer at home order before the 4th of July holiday. WAAY-31's Sydney Martin is live at Huntsville Hospital after learning what hospital CEO David Spillers thinks about that order.
WAAY-31's team coverage brings you the latest information as the Decatur City Council discusses a face covering ordinance.
Alabama to pay for college students to get coronavirus tests before school restarts
WAAY 31's Ashley Carter learned more about the development of technology for the contact tracing app.
WAAY 31's Breken Terry was live in downtown Florence, with a warning for the city and Lauderdale County.
Florence considers requiring masks in city buildings to combat coronavirus
32 coronavirus cases confirmed at Athens nursing home
WAAY 31's Megan Reyna joined lived outside of city hall with what to expect from the council meeting.
115 coronavirus patients hospitalized in North Alabama
WAAY 31's Sydney Martin was live at Huntsville Hospital. She worked to learn more from community leaders on whether they are reconsidering a mask ordinance.
Senior Center Coronavirus Outbreak
Attorneys Michael Timberlake and Heath Brooks discuss dealing with insurance adjusters, and how to best benefit your case.
Attorney Tommy Siniard discusses nursing home liability during this coronavirus pandemic.
Alex Davis has big return to the water.
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