Cloudy skies Friday but North Alabama stays dry through most of the day with highs in the mid-60s this afternoon. Rain chances increase through Saturday morning but drying out by the afternoon.
The Florence Falcons hold the Area 8 lead after a split against Bob Jones.
The Chargers won the first game but were held hitless in the second.
Update with Dr. Ali Hassoun
Mixed reaction to gambling bill's casino
WAAY-31's Olivia Schueller spoke to the owners of Bentley's at the Outhouse where she learned more about the problems they have been facing.
WAAY-31's Bridget Divers is live in Huntsville with more information on the possibility for herd immunity.
WAAY-31's Grace Campbell discusses a new proposal to get rid of Tornado Sirens due to advances in technology.
WAAY-31's Breken Terry speaks to medical professionals in light of the pause of the Johnson and Johnson Vaccine.
WAAY-31's Bridget Divers updates us on the future of Herd Immunity and how we can get to that point.
Officials discuss replacing warning sirens with new technology in Marshall County
Florence urgent care discusses concerns about coronavirus vaccine hesitancy
Huntsville STEM women leading Homeland protection
A look back at the April 27th Tornadoes.
Lawmakers Vote On Medical Marijuana
Veterans Home To Start In-House Vaccinations
Johnson and Johnson local reactions
A fast moving cold front clears North Alabama back to sunny skies Thursday afternoon but highs will remain about 10 degrees below average for mid-April.
Alabama A&M defeated Jackson State 54-43 on Saturday, scoring 50 plus for only the ninth time since joining Division 1 play.
On the heels of a big win against Jackson State, the Bulldogs are looking to punch their ticket to the conference championship against Alabama State.
Scholarship named after Huntsville nurse
Investigating J&J blood clots
Alex Torres-Perez takes a look at how big a learning gap due to the pandemic is and its impact on students.
WAAY-31's Bridget Divers discusses how a local barber school has been teaching up and coming barbers.
WAAY-31's Ashley Carter discusses how a veteran's home will be able to vaccinate residents and employees.
WAAY-31's Olivia Schueller brings us an update on the hold on the Johnson and Johnson Vaccine.
Afghanistan veteran reacts to President Biden's announcement
There's a new flight coming to Huntsville International Airport!
Madison County Commission discusses guidelines for Emergency Rental Assistance Program
Huntsville veterans home can now handle all parts of the vaccination process in-house
Showers and a few thunderstorms move into North Alabama by the early afternoon hours Wednesday. Rain totals between a tenth to a quarter of inch are expected. Unseasonably cool weather last through the weekend.
A Taste of Panoply 2021
Cops react to Daunte Wright killing
Olivia Schueller spoke with a woman who recently received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Alex Torres-Perez gives a breakdown of the class action lawsuit filed against the former Limestone and Athens City School Superintendents along with four others.
Ashley Carter spoke with a police veteran on if pulling a taser instead of a gun is a common mistake.
More Madison County residents get vaccinated at mobile clinic
WAAY-31's Alex Torres-Perez updates us on the class action lawsuit filed against Trey Holladay and Tom Sisk.
WAAY-31's Bridget Divers updates legal action being taken by the family of Nigel Shelby, a bullied black teenager.
WAAY-31's Ashley Carter discusses reactions of family members in light of Daunte Wright's shooting at the hands of cops.
WAAY-31's Olivia Schueller updates us about the pause of the Johnson and Johnson Vaccines in light of blood clots being caused by the vaccine.,
WAAY 31's Ashley Carter reports
Morgan County deputies honored for saving boy's life
Huntsville school district facing lawsuit after suicide
Former Limestone County school leaders face class action lawsuit
Alabama pauses use of Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine after federal recommendation
Today is our last warm day for quite some time. Highs top out in the low 80s once again with filtered sunshine. Rain chances return with spotty showers throughout the day Wednesday.
Another warm afternoon Tuesday with highs near 80. Expect passing clouds but periods of mostly sunny skies this afternoon. Scattered showers with a rumble or two of thunder will be possible Wednesday. Expect afternoon highs in the mid-60s the 2nd half of this week.
Website to ease vaccine scheduling headaches
WAAY-31's Alex Torres-Perez joins us live from the Limestone County Courthouse.
WAAY-31's Bridget Divers heard from Decatur businesses about what they're doing after the state's mask mandate expired.
WAAY-31's Breken Terry spoke with Helen Keller Hospital about its concerns with vaccine hesitancy.
WAAY-31's Olivia Schueller spoke to an infectious disease specialist to learn what is causing more young people to be hospitalized.
Breken Terry spoke with Helen Keller Hospital about its plans to continue getting vaccines to those who need it.
Bridget Divers spoke with several businesses to hear how they're doing without a masking mandate.
Renovation work begins at Huntsville's Joe Davis Stadium
Status hearing held for Limestone County sheriff
Enjoy the sunshine this afternoon! Highs reach 80 later on today. We'll see more clouds Tuesday but most stay dry until Wednesday when spotty showers are expected throughout the day.
Students return to class after mandate.
Vaccine Scheduling App
This will make it easier for people to schedule a vaccine appointment.
Sunny skies to start the workweek for North Alabama. Highs warm to 80 Monday but today will be the warmest day of the week. Widespread showers arrive Wednesday morning along with highs in the 60s for the rest of the week.
This weekend was the first weekend without a state mask mandate since last July.
WAAY 31's Max Cohan recaps the Masters, a wild ending in Atlanta and some local softball.
Another great day is on the way to start the week Monday! Highs top out near 80 with plenty of sunshine. Small rain chances return Wednesday before a late week cool down.
Certain school districts in North Alabama are still requiring masks, others are not.
Staying sunny and warm for the start of the new work week. We are tracking a couple shower chances in the week ahead, with a cool down by late week.
A sunny and breezy Sunday with warmer temperatures to startt the workweek
This is the first weekend in Alabama since July without a state-wide mask mandate, but for our neighbors in Lincoln County, Tennessee they never had one at all.
Picture perfect weather Sunday! Highs reach the mid 70s with sunny skies. We get close to 80 Monday before a cool down later in the week.
Much quieter and drier is on the way for North Alabama. Sunday will be a perfect Spring day with tons of sunshine to enjoy! Highs reach 80 Monday before a late week cool down.
NFL stars Kerryon Johnson and Reggie Ragland were in Huntsville Saturday to help raise money for a project to feed the impoverished families of the community.
“We’re able to not only reach across denominational lines, but ethnic lines, you know, some city lines, you know, some neighborhood lines, and reach across all those lines and help just as many people as possible.”
Rain is moving out of North Alabama this morning. Outside of a stray shower this afternoon, we will see some clearing with highs in the mid 70s. A nice stretch of quieter weather lasts well into next week.
A winner between Huntsville and Knoxville couldn't be decided in regulation or overtime. Schiavo sends the fans home happy, 6-5.
The team closed out the 2020-21 campaign with a win over the Trojans.
Alabama A&M hasn't played a football game since Mar. 6. That will change on Saturday.
Bill Would Ban Some Immunization Requirements
WAAY-31's Breken Terry spoke with people getting vaccinated today about the process.
WAAY-31's Olivia Schueller joins us live in Decatur where she spoke with some of the newly vaccinated workers.
WAAY-31's Bridget Divers heard from local businesses today about their plans with the mask mandate being lifted.
Decatur family grateful for federal program to reimburse COVID-19 funeral expenses
Toyota Field will be at 100% capacity for Trash Pandas home opener
Madison County mask mandate expires, leaving businesses to choose whether to mask up or not
WAAY-31's Breken Terry discusses a second drive-thru opening in Rogersville.
Friday warms to around 80 this afternoon with a few hit or miss thunderstorms possible. The main severe threat arrives late tonight through Saturday morning. All types of severe weather are possible as well as flash flooding. The main thunderstorm complex may transition to a derecho. This would be a long-lasting damaging wind threat over 100s of miles Friday and Saturday.
Unpleasant Side Effects Reported After Second Dose
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