Terry Willis, who is from Huntsville, Alabama, started walking towards Minneapolis on June 2 after seeing a video of Floyd’s death.
Close Contact Owners Say They are Doing Everything They Can to Keep Customers Safe
Some Think It's Necessary, Others Think It's Bad for Business
Two rounds of storms are possible Sunday, beginning with the first round near sunrise. Widespread severe weather is not anticipated, but heavy rain and gusty winds are possible with the strongest storms.
Trump was wearing a mask in Walter Reed’s hallway as he began his visit. He was not wearing one when he stepped off the helicopter at the facility.
Parents of children with special needs tell WAAY 31 one of their main questions is whether or not kids will continue to get speech and occupational therapy if they choose to do virtual school, and how that would look.
Two rounds of storms will make their way through North Alabama Sunday, the first just after sunrise, then another during the evening. Heavy rain, gusty winds, and frequent lightning are the primary threats.
Sunny and almost hot today. A light northwest breeze should keep heat index values in check this afternoon. Strong to severe storms remain possible near sunrise and throughout the day Sunday.
A conversation with local therapist and mother Tobea Cook
Coronavirus impact on health care workers
Parents react to Huntsville City Schools back to school plan
Parents respond to Madison County school reopening plan
Albertville parents respond to back to school plan
WAAY 31 en español 10 de julio
Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle and Doctor Karen Landers with the Department of Public Health talked about the growing number of coronavirus cases in Madison County.
Ashley Carter spoke with the Madison city school district and a parent about the reopening plan.
Attorney Will League discusses owners' liabilities if your animal bites another person or animal.
People battling long wait times in the heat at the DMV
WAAY 31's Max Cohan joined live from Jackson County with the Superintendent's response to parents questions for the upcoming school year.
WAAY 31's Sydney Martin was live outside Huntsville City Hall where she asked local leaders about their discussions with Governor Kay Ivey on seeing statewide mandates.
WAAY 31's Alexis Scott tried to get in touch with the district to understand what some of the provisions will be and what their biggest concerns are.
WAAY 31's Casey Albritton joined live after hearing from Huntsville City School parents about back to school plans.
WATCH: Madison County officials give coronavirus update for July 10
The advisory board will help the program get back on its feet
Upon schools reopening, students will have the options of traditional and virtual learning. A staggered schedule could be put in place depending on health conditions.
Huntsville Hospital CEO David Spillers says places like nightclubs, bars, and close contact businesses could close down again if the virus continues not being taken seriously.
Hot and humid Friday but mostly dry for North Alabama. Feels like temperatures will be near or above 100 heading into the weekend. Higher storm chances return Sunday.
Trent Simon, Morgan County EMA
John Seymour, Decatur-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce
A conversation with Darwin Salaam of Squad Inc. Training
Mask ordinance impact on local businesses
Huntsville City Schools unveils plan for next year
WAAY 31 en español 9 de julio
Protesters Want Confederate Monument Moved
Dan Shaffer and Najahe Sherman are joined by Dr. Ali Hassoun to discuss current concerns with the growing number of coronavirus cases. Part 2
Dan Shaffer and Najahe Sherman are joined by Dr. Ali Hassoun to discuss current concerns with the growing number of coronavirus cases. Part 1.
Sydney Martin spoke with David Spillers, the CEO of Huntsville Hospital, about the growing number of coronavirus cases.
Plans to move Madison County Confederate monument on hold
DeKalb County delays start of new school year
Athens City Council discusses mandatory mask-wearing ordinance
Decatur's mask ordinance may not go into effect as early as some expected.
Some are delighted and some are concerned at a traveling outdoor amusement park that recently opened in Albertville.
Alabama's senate minority leader, Bobby Singleton, says kids shouldn't be back in class until we have better answers on how to combat coronavirus.
Season-ticket holder fighting cancer receives special surprise from Trash Pandas
Crestwood Hospital CEO Dr. Pam Hudson says more young people are getting sick because they believe they are immune to the virus. She reiterates maintaining social distance.
Mayor Bowling will have ten days to sign, veto, or offer amendments to he ordinance once it is presented to him.
Hot and humid Thursday for North Alabama. More pop-up storms will be possible through the afternoon and evening.
Hollywood Police Chief, Jason Hepler
Steve Savarese, Executive Director AHSAA
A conversation with Leslie Fogg, owner of Soccer Shots North Alabama
Trash Pandas visit season ticket holder fighting cancer
Trash Pandas visit season ticket holder who is fighting cancer
Decatur City Council approves mask ordinance
Due to coronavirus, season ticket holders and mini-plan holders are considered "paid in full" for the 2021 season.
2 people are in custody after, as part of a string of car break ins in the Shoals, stole a shot gun and assault rifle from a Colbert County Sheriff Deputy's vehicle.
WAAY 31's Ashley Carter talks to a nurse from the Black Nurses Association who says there are many components to why coronavirus is impacting the African American community more than other races.
Officials in Madison County gave an update on the current coronavirus situation in North Alabama and alluded to young people being in danger if they don't cooperate with new health standards.
Decatur City Council Approves Mask Ordinance
Cook Museum re-opens in Decatur
International students in North Alabama may lose visas due to online classes
Megan Reyna spoke with campground owners near Decatur where she learned how they're keeping campers safe during this pandemic.
Sophia Borrelli went to the testing site in Marshall County where she spoke with a doctor about why they are having to limit the number of people they are seeing.
W.C. Handy Music Festival will be scaled down due to coronavirus
Sydney Martin was outside Huntsville City Hall where local leaders explained what they think is behind the spike in coronavirus cases across Madison County.
3 children, 2 adults in Marshall County family battle coronavirus
Will Robinson-Smith was in Decatur with more info on the city's new mask ordinance.
WATCH: Madison County officials give coronavirus update for July 8
Hundreds line up for coronavirus testing in Huntsville
The tournament takes place July 21-26
More scattered showers and storms Wednesday for North Alabama. Intense heavy rain is possible with any stronger thunderstorms.
Wednesday Morning's Top Stories
Lance Meisenheimer, Racking Horse Celebration
A conversation with Jeff Irons, owner of Irons One
What you can expect under new mask ordinance
Mask Ordinance Impact On Restaurant Industry
Increase In Coronavirus Inpatients
A Closer Look At Contact Tracing
Coronavirus expected to impact schools for 2 to 3 years
Decatur still reviewing mandatory mask-wearing ordinance
John Hunt coronavirus testing site closes early due to high demand
Madison County ordinance makes businesses require masks
Max Cohan was in Decatur after talking to businesses about their masking policies.
Breken Terry was in Florence speaking to people who shared their thoughts on removing the confederate monument.
Sophia Borrelli was at Marshall Medical North with what its Chief Nursing Officer says you should do to get tested.
Casey Albritton was outside the Huntsville Police Department asking officers how they plan on enforcing the new mask ordinance in Madison County.
Huntsville Sports Commission is partnering with UNA for the event
Tuesday Morning's Top Stories
Face mask ordinance, not voted on .
Madison County Mask Ordinance
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