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Maxie Gardner


San Antonio, TX, United States

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Past articles by Maxie:

FAA chief defends 737 Max, calls new fix ‘straightforward’

The head of the Federal Aviation Administration expressed “absolute confidence” in the Boeing 737 Max on Wednesday and said fixing the latest problem in the troubled jetliner will be “straightforward.” → Read More

KFC on Highway 72 East heavily damaged in fire

The fire caused substantial damage to the restaurant’s dining room. → Read More

Cherokee High School virtual for Wednesday

There is a water line problem, which means the school has no water. → Read More

Alabama removing anti-gay language from state’s sex ed law

The law removes a section of the 1992 sex education law that directed that sex education programs to include that homosexuality is not a lifestyle acceptable to the general public and illegal under state laws. → Read More

Programming Note: Educational programming on Saturday

Last Saturday’s preempted educational programs will air this weekend. → Read More

Man charged with sexual torture, abuse of a child in Morgan County

Hugh Wallace Greene, Sr. is accused of sexually abusing a child under the age of 12 between Jan 1, 2013 and December 31, 2015. → Read More

Shoal Creek Bridge in Lauderdale County closed until further notice

Officials say there was a barge resting against the bridge Wednesday evening. → Read More

Appointments still open for COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Franklin County

As of 4:30 this morning (Thursday), there were still nearly 700 appointments available. → Read More

Huntsville firefighters respond to overnight duplex fire

The resident told emergency crews they heard a "pop" that woke them up just after midnight, then they smelled smoke. → Read More

Court stays execution of Alabama inmate

An appellate court has stayed the lethal injection of an Alabama inmate to consider claims that the state failed to give the man, who has an IQ below 75, required assistance with forms impacting the timing of his execution. → Read More

New AD Danny White hires Josh Heupel to join him at Vols

Josh Heupel was hired as Tennessee's football coach on Wednesday, giving the Vols a package deal with athletic director Danny White, who started in his job last week. → Read More

Warnock makes history with Senate win as Dems near majority

The Associated Press declared Warnock the winner after an analysis of outstanding votes showed there was no way for Loeffler to catch up to his lead. → Read More

DeKalb County Schools move to remote learning through January 8

“It is my hope that this short-term interruption and transition to remote learning will support our long-term goal of ensuring in-person learning for the duration of the school year.” → Read More

AAMU cancels upcoming women’s basketball games

The games impacted are against Dayton and Eastern Kentucky. → Read More

COVID-19 increase prompts Madison City Schools to continue hybrid schedule

They hoped to go back to a normal schedule before Christmas, but now Madison City Schools officials said the number of COVID-19 cases is keeping that from happening. → Read More

1 dead in Harvest house fire, sheriff’s office to investigate

Crime Scene investigators responded to the fire on McKee Road. → Read More

Remainder of basketball season canceled at Dublin Park in Madison

“Our goal is to slow the curve of COVID-19, not add to it.” → Read More

Huntsville Animal Services closed to public Monday and Tuesday

Huntsville Animal Services will be closed to the public the next two days due to "circumstances beyond their control", according to their Facebook page. → Read More

3 Madison County Schools move to remote learning for this week

The schools impacted are Monrovia Elementary, Monrovia Middle and Endeavor Elementary. → Read More

Grocery giveaway planned for Saturday at Calhoun’s Huntsville campus

The grocery giveaway begins at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 21. Food will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis. → Read More