WAAY 31 StormTracker Early Warning Radar in Guntersville
Call For Action After UAH Police Incident
Coronavirus Outbreak at Area Nursing Home
The warm up continues this week! Highs top out in the mid 80s Wednesday before a late week cool down as rain chances return.
WAAY 31 en español 19 de octubre
Disease specialist Dr. Ali Hassoun joins the show once more to discuss the ongoing search for a pandemic vaccine.
The confederate monument outside the Madison County Courthouse is still standing but its days in that spot may be numbered.
With the library opening in the midst of the pandemic, digital content is at a higher demand, causing them to rethink their strategies.
Elk River, a nursing home in Ardmore, confirmed it had 52-patients test positive for coronavirus and that 17 of those died.
After an incident resulting in one death, an officer is on administrative leave.
Monday is the last day to register to vote in person in Alabama
University of North Alabama students won't be back on campus after Thanksgiving break
Health officials in Morgan County concerned about flu season during coronavirus pandemic
Ardmore nursing home confirms 52 coronavirus cases, 17 deaths among patients
The taste of Spring today could become a taste of Summer later this week! Highs top out in the mid 80s Wednesday before rain chances return Friday and Saturday.
Passing clouds for North Alabama Monday but enough sunshine to top out near 80 this afternoon. The warming trend continues through midweek with rain returning by Friday.
The .12 K Run has Raised Over $40,000 for the Special Needs Art Program at Merrimack Hall
Deadlines are coming up fast.
The Senator Spoke at a Drive In Rally for Historically Black Colleges and Universities
Plenty of sunshine with warm temperatures near 80 Monday. Rain chances return by Friday.
The quiet and warm weather continues to start the work week. Highs climb into the low to mid 80s with lots of sunshine. Rain chances return Friday and Saturday.
The Tigers are still seeking their first road win of the season after falling to the Gamecocks on Saturday.
The group "Lift Our Vote" hosted the event
The monument is the first of its kind in Alabama.
A spokesperson for the department says the shooting happened on Edinburgh Drive around 10:30 Friday night.
Another great day Sunday with plenty of sunshine and warmer temperatures in the mid 70s. Get outside and enjoy it!
Grab the heavy jackets this morning! We'll warm up to the 60s this afternoon with lots of sunshine. Enjoy the weekend!
The Simmons Family was honored by Hazel Green Friday.
Scores and highlights
Scores and highlights
Asbury vs. Collinsville
High school football during the pandemic
WAAY 31 en español 16 de octubre
Huntsville company working to empower African-Americans with medical knowledge
Calhoun, Huntsville Utilities unveil John Harbin Line Worker Annual Memorial Scholarship
Politically Charged Vandalism
High School Football Preps in Boaz
Friday Night Football Preps in Hazel Green
Deadly warehouse fire in Florence under investigation
Fire officials in Florence told us they believe they know where a deadly warehouse fire could have started.
Marshall County football match-up this Friday night
Huntsville company develops new 3D printing technology
Wreck on Hwy 31 near Decatur and Hartselle city limits
Top news stories for Friday morning.
Alabama health officials say the government may respond in 2 weeks to their coronavirus vaccination plan.
The rain has moved out and the Fall air has returned! Clouds clear out through the morning, leaving plenty of sunshine later today. It will be very breezy, keeping temperatures in the brisk low 60s.
JSU plays UNA Saturday
Keeping a tradition alive
Making sure every vote counts
WAAY 31 en español 15 de octubre
Dr. Ali Hassoun Discusses Coronavirus Issues, Part 2
Dr. Ali Hassoun Discusses Coronavirus Issues, Part 1
State Health Officer Says Pause In Vaccine Trials Is A Good Thing
Huntsville mayor announces changes to Office of Multicultural Affairs
Warehouse fire still burning in Florence
Investigators arrive on scene of fatal fire in Florence
WAAY 31's Sierra Phillips reports on the Early Warning Radar Network
A cold front moves through North Alabama later this evening and tonight, bringing a few showers, gusty winds, and much cooler temperatures.
Protests over Confederate symbols
Trader Joe's coming to MidCity
Nick Saban tests positive for coronavirus
One person killed in warehouse fire
Chief Meteorologist Kate McKenna explains how the radar location in Decatur will help close the gap when it comes to coverage between Muscle Shoals and Guntersville.
WAAY 31 en español 14 de octubre
Breken Terry spoke with activists in Lauderdale County about relocating the confederate monument in front of the Lauderdale County Courthouse.
Alexis Scott was in the Marshall County Courthouse where protesters are gathering.
Sydney Martin was in Huntsville where she learned more about the current coronavirus situation here in north Alabama.
Protest Over Racial Injustice
Health Officials Concerned About 2nd Wave
Murder Investigation After Inmate Killed
Trojans raising money from pediatric cancer
Alabama's small businesses need economic support to stay open
North Alabama leaders urge everyone to fill out 2020 census
Government and medical officials address the community
Madison County Sheriff Kevin Turner announced an inmate has been charged in the murder of another inmate
Top news stories for Wednesday morning.
Health officials urge parents to pay attention to their children's health for at least 2 weeks after fall break.
One North Alabama group teaches people how to look out for sexual abuse happening to children.
More sunshine with warmer temperatures today! Highs top out in the low 80s. Get ready for a big cool down just in time for Friday Night Football.
Andy Betteron, Florence Mayor-Elect
Lions host only home game of 2020 Saturday
Toyota contributes to economic growth
Health Department warns of coronavirus spike
WAAY 31 en español 13 de octubre
NCAC Program To Keep Kids Safe From Sexual Abuse
Russellville Mayor and City Council Members In Quarantine
Kate afternoon forecast 10/13/20
WAAY 31's Carson Meredith explains Dual Polarization Radar
Madison police release more information about Slaughter Road murder victim
Madison County Schools nurse discusses coronavirus protocols
Blue skies and lots of sun for your Tuesday! Small rain chances return with a cold front later this week.
Top news stories for Tuesday morning.
Dr. Chad Holden, Muscle Shoals Superintendent
Attorney Michael Timberlake discusses home owners liabilities regarding tree limbs on your or your neighbors property.
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