Madison Neal, WHNT

Madison Neal

WHNT

Huntsville, AL, United States

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Recent articles by Madison:

It’s here! Buc-ee’s Athens officially opens its doors

The Texas-based franchise is ‘famously known’ for Texas barbecue, the ‘world’s cleanest bathrooms,’ and its beaver mascot. → Read More

State officials launching digital safety prevention campaign

The Alabama Department of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Children’s Trust Fund of Alabama, is providing free resources to help you protect children and teens in this ever-changing digital age. → Read More

New Foster Care non-profit in Limestone County seeking volunteers and donations

A Limestone County non-profit is working to help foster families this winter and it needs a lot of community help right now. → Read More

Dale Strong will represent Alabama in U.S. Congress

Madison County Commission Chairman Dale Strong looks to take his skills from North Alabama to the Capitol. → Read More

Lift Our Vote offers voters free rides to the polls on Election Day

The non-partisan campaign Lift Our Vote is partnering with other organizations to offer free rides to the polls in several North Alabama counties for the November 8th election. → Read More

Powerball jackpot up to $1.5 billion, bringing business to gas station at state line

The Powerball lottery is now at a whopping $1.5 billion dollars, the third-largest lottery prize in U.S. history. → Read More

Public allowed to test Madison County election machines ahead of November election

Madison County Probate Judge Frank Barger told News 19 this is to ensure public trust in the election process. → Read More

Freestanding emergency department could be coming to Hartselle

Cullman Regional Hospital is working to bring a new freestanding emergency department to Hartselle. → Read More

McNair Jr. High School band quoted $15k in instrument repairs

A junior high school band director in Huntsville needs help getting instruments into the hands of young musicians. It’s going to cost $15,000 to repair the ones they have right now. → Read More

Decatur non-profit caught off guard by cold weather, desperate for donations

A Decatur non-profit says that they are in desperate need of community donations after being caught off guard by this week’s cold snap. → Read More

North Alabama community organizations write letter calling for prison reform & marijuana decriminalization

Several North Alabama organizations are calling on Governor Kay Ivey, the state legislature and local governments to address issues in Alabama’s current prison system. → Read More

Huntsville shelter prepares for influx of people with overnight freeze warning in effect

Monday night and into Tuesday morning, the Tennessee Valley will experience some of the coldest air of the season. → Read More

Madison County farm tour teaches shows challenges for farmers

People interested in learning about agriculture and farming traveled to different farms in Madison County on Wednesday for the 2022 Ag Tour presented by the Madison County Soil and Water Division. → Read More

National security agencies warn of Chinese cyber threats

Several national agencies are coming together to warn Americans about the most serious cyber security threats. → Read More

Hartselle teacher helps former student, teen mom get car

“When she told me she was pregnant, I just knew that I wanted to help her and to get involved because I was a teen mom myself.” → Read More

Decatur City Schools helping Hispanic students achieve success

Decatur City Schools has several academic pathways to help Hispanic Students achieve success in and out of the classroom. → Read More

Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy shows News 19 a day in her life on patrol

Have you ever wondered what a day in the life looks like for a Sheriff’s Deputy? → Read More

Austinville Elementary School holds Hispanic Heritage celebrations

It is Hispanic Heritage Month and one local elementary school is taking celebrations seriously. → Read More

News 19 kicks off ‘Real Men Wear Pink’ campaign

Breast cancer one of the most common cancers, and our very own Jerry Hayes is raising money to help fight it. → Read More

Project Unify ready to assist Hurricane Ian victims

Many Alabamians say they’re ready to help those impacted by the storm. → Read More