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Past articles by Erin:

DeKalb County soldier reported MIA during Korean War identified

Cpl. Henry Helms of DeKalb County was identified from remains that were turned over to the U.S. from North Korea in 2018. → Read More

Speed limit change expected in downtown Decatur due to increased foot traffic

The Decatur Police Department said to expect a speed limit change in downtown Decatur. → Read More

Boaz Police looking for man wanted on homicide charges in Colorado

The Boaz Police Department is looking for a man who was expected to appear for trial on homicide charges in Colorado Springs. → Read More

Falkville man given deadline to file motion for bond in Capitol arrest case

Lonnie Coffman has until April 30 to file a motion for bond review. He's been held in Washington since his arrest Jan. 6. → Read More

Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment looking for Outdoor Market vendors

Lowe Mill Arts & Entertainment is looking for vendors with hand-made, second-hand, or made by the earth products to sell at their market. → Read More

Huntsville-Madison County Public Library launching music streaming platform, looking for local artists

The library says that Musicians from Colbert, DeKalb, Franklin, Jackson, Lauderdale, Lawrence, Limestone, Madison, Marshall, Morgan counties are eligible to submit music for consideration. → Read More

UAH places third in collegiate NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge

The University of Alabama in Huntsville’s Team Falcon placed third in the collegiate division at NASA’s Human Exploration Rover Challenge (HERC). → Read More

Florence Police looking for missing juvenile

The Florence Police Department needs help locating a missing juvenile. → Read More

Madison County Farmer’s Market announces grand opening for season

They have greens, beans, lettuce, and tomatoes at the Madison County Farmer’s Market. And the grand opening will be on April 24. → Read More

Huntsville church hosting free food box giveaway

Members of Union Chapel Missionary Baptist Church will hold a free food box giveaway on Saturday, April 17, 2021. → Read More

HudsonAlpha hosting 4th annual Hackathon

The HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology will host the 4th annual HudsonAlpha Tech Challenge virtually due to the ongoing pandemic. → Read More

Huntsville City Council announces report on June 2020 protests to be presented April 22

The report comes in response to the protests in downtown Huntsville last June, shortly after George Floyd's death. → Read More

WATCH LIVE: Huntsville officials to address mask order

The Huntsville area COVID-19 team will hold a news conference and community briefing on Thursday, April 8, at 1:00 p.m., according to a press release. → Read More

3 injured in head-on wreck on Patton Road in Huntsville

The Huntsville Police Department says three people were injured in a head-on crash on Patton Road at Bayless Drive Wednesday morning. → Read More

Morgan County man killed in motorcycle wreck

A single-vehicle wreck claimed the life of 55-year-old Antonio Cowley of Somerville. → Read More

Rock your best cosplay at the 6th annual Huntsville Comic & Pop Culture Expo

The Huntsville Comic & Pop Culture Expo returns for its 6th year the weekend of April 9-11. → Read More

Decatur officials share COVID-19 Update

Council President Jacob Ladner will be joined by representatives from the Alabama Department of Public Health and Decatur Morgan Hospital for the update that’s scheduled to begin at 10:00 a.m. → Read More

Sweeten up your life with the Madison County Carb Trail

Is there anything ‘breader’ than a carb trail? → Read More

Land Trust of North Alabama wants you to hug a tree

The Land Trust of North Alabama wants you to get out and hug a tree. → Read More

ALEA issues alert for missing South Alabama senior

78-year-old Billy Joe Jordan is missing from Andalusia in Covington County, according to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency. → Read More