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Huntsville, AL, United States

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Past articles by Dallas:

Facing jail, former sheriff Mike Blakely files new appeal

Attorneys for former Limestone County Sheriff Mike Blakely have filed a rule 32 petition in a new attempt to appeal his conviction on theft and ethics charges. → Read More

Lauderdale County Judge expected to rule on pending motions in Casey White trial

On February 16, Lauderdale County Circuit Judge Ben Graves will address a pending motion in the Casey White file and receive an update on the defense’s progress ahead of the trial. → Read More

Mother of overdose victim files wrongful death lawsuit against oncologist, Walgreens

A North Alabama oncologist is at the center of a recently filed wrongful death lawsuit tied to alleged conduct that led to his medical license being stripped. → Read More

Three North Alabama capital murder cases set to head to trial in 2023

The News 19 team has followed a number of cases from the crime scene to the courtroom and sometimes beyond. A handful of the most severe of those cases are heading to trial in the new year. → Read More

Alabama DUI convictions result in steep consequences for repeat offenders

There are a bunch of moving parts in DUI cases. The consequences are severe for even first-time offenders, but repeat offenders see heightened consequences in Alabama. → Read More

Huntsville attorney responds to James Clemens school bus altercation

Madison City Schools are standing by an administrator after an altercation with a student on a school bus Wednesday, but a local attorney said the situation may be more complicated than that. → Read More

Breaking Down Amendment 10

There’s a total of 10 amendments you’ll see on the ballot Tuesday, and the tenth will reorganize Alabama’s constitution in an effort to make it easier to understand. → Read More

Breaking down Amendment 3

Amendment 3 would change the procedure the governor and attorney general go through before someone can be commuted from a sentence or temporarily stayed from execution. → Read More

Alabama Senate District 2 candidates both optimistic ahead of Election Day

Election Day is less than a week away and candidates are making their last rounds in the community to rally votes. → Read More

What is Aniah’s Law? Here’s what you are voting for on Alabama’s Amendment 1

As we draw closer to election day, News 19 is breaking down each of the ten amendments voters will see on 2022’s ballot. → Read More

Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce celebrates growth of local tech company

Wednesday morning members of the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce headed over to Will McComb Drive for a ribbon cutting. → Read More

Madison County Circuit Judge receives Alumni Achievement award from UAH

The University of Alabama in Huntsville has selected Madison County Circuit Judge Ruth Ann Hall as its 2022 Alumni of Achievement award winner for the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences. → Read More

North Alabama oncologist has license permanently revoked in connection with overdose death

The medical license of a Decatur-based oncologist facing allegations of a prescription drug-riddled affair has been permanently revoked. → Read More

Defense considers challenge after learning Judge in Blakely trial wasn’t active bar member

Questions have been raised about the retired judge who presided over the high-profile criminal trial of then-Limestone County Sheriff Mike Blakely. → Read More

Huntsville-area schools systems have more schools than SROs

School safety remains at the top of the minds of parents of school-age children. The News 19 Investigative team has reached out to the three main school districts in Huntsville and Madison for data about this year’s school resource officers → Read More

Joe’s Pawn Shop owner posts $100,000 federal bond

An Albertville man facing federal gun charges after a pawn shop raid appeared before a federal judge today. → Read More

Pretrial hearing on Mason Sisk’s request to toss statements continued

An Elkmont teen accused of killing multiple family members in 2019 was set to appear in court on Monday, but the hearing was continued. → Read More

Huntsville City Schools clarifies policy against guns in schools

Students in Huntsville are back in class, and across the country student safety remains a concern for parents dropping their kids off for the day. → Read More

Madison County DA on seeking the death penalty: “The focus is on the pain and suffering of the victim”

Madison County District Attorney Rob Broussard says the decision to pursue the death penalty in a case is not an easy one. → Read More

Jackson County man’s ‘brain death’ case heard before Utah judge

The family of a Jackson County, Ala. man continues to fight to give their loved one more time to live, as he remains on life support in a Utah hospital. That fight has transitioned into the courtroom. → Read More