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Caitlan Dallas


Huntsville, AL, United States

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Past articles by Caitlan:

Alabama community outraged over alleged police brutality against 17-year-old

TROY, Ala. -- Graphic images showing a 17-year-old, badly injured after an encounter with Troy Police, are causing outrage on social media. The post has thousands of shares and comments. The teen's relatives claim the teen is a victim of police brutality by the Troy Police Department. → Read More

Athens Police make the most of working the holiday and become Santa’s in blue

ATHENS, Ala. -- There are many people who still have to work on Christmas day, but today the Athens Police Department made the best of it, and spread some Christmas cheer. The officers became more than just officers, they were Santa's in blue. Check out the video for the full story. → Read More

City of Huntsville reminds residents about delayed holiday trash pick-up

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. --As the holidays approach, your trash cans may be filling up, especially with all that wrapping paper after Christmas. Since Christmas and New Year's Day fall on a Monday, the City of Huntsville's trash pick-up will shift by one day. → Read More

United Methodist Church touring truck unwrap’s Christmas with hot cocoa and conversations

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- It's a bright red truck you can't miss, and it's carrying the meaning of Christmas. The United Methodist Church is touring on this truck through 22 cities in 16 states. They made a stop in Huntsville on Saturday. → Read More

Parents facing tough decisions this holiday because of All Kids unknown future

MADISON COUNTY, Ala. -- The future of the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) is up in the air right now, but Congress holds the key to its renewal. All Kids is the Alabama version of CHIP, and parents are worried about what this means for their families. → Read More

84,000 Alabama children will impacted by pending loss of All Kids program

MADISON COUNTY, Ala. -- All Kids, the Alabama version of the nation-wide Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), is in danger of shutting permanently. → Read More

Huntsville International Airport sees ripple effect from Atlanta airport power outage

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- Sunday's power outage at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport stranded thousands of people. With it being so close to us, there was some impact felt here in Huntsville. → Read More

Upcoming 2018 election candidates speak at Madison County Republican Men’s breakfast

MADISON COUNTY, Ala. -- Saturday morning the Madison County Republican Men's Club held their 396th consecutive monthly meeting. Speakers included former U.S. Attorney Alice Martin, and current Agriculture and Industries Commissioner John Mcmillan. → Read More

Madison County Commission Chairman looks ahead to 2018, says ‘communication’ is key

MADISON COUNTY, Ala. -- One election is finally behind us, but there is another one right around the corner in 2018. Madison County Commission Chairman Dale Strong is looking ahead to 2018, but he knows there are issues that need to be addressed. → Read More

New Doug Jones campaign flyers causing a stir

MADISON COUNTY, Ala. -- The clock continues to count down for both candidates in Alabama's U.S Senate Race. The Doug Jones campaign has made a last-minute push to target minority voters, however, some people were not impressed. → Read More

Senate campaigns target many demographics–minorities not one of them

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- A week out from the Alabama U.S Senate election and candidates are campaigning harder than ever. But, Secretary of State John Merrill told WHNT News 19 on Tuesday that he projects voter turnout to be between 20%-25%. → Read More

TIMELINE: Roy Moore’s back and forth over the allegations against him

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- For week's there has been back and forth from Roy Moore over whether or not he knows the women who have come forward. On Monday, a Washington Post story published new evidence alleging Moore did, in fact, know at least one of the women who claims they dated when she was a teenager. → Read More

Local sports analyst Cole Cubelic, host of the Cube Show, talks Sugar Bowl

DECATUR, Ala. -- The sports world was on fire when the College Football Playoff Committee made their decision on Sunday. But right or wrong, Alabama is the #4 team and will face #1 Clemson in the Sugar Bowl on New Year's day. Sports Analyst and host of The Cube Show on 103. → Read More

Are you going to ring in the New Year’s at the Sugar Bowl? Here’s how much it might cost you

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- Tickets for the Sugar Bowl are going for almost $300 for the highest level, and more than a $1,000 for field level. But, if you're planning on making the trip, there are other costs to think about as well. → Read More

New Madison church sells Christmas trees for a cause this season

MADISON, Ala. -- A new Madison church is getting out in the community by giving back during the holidays. Though it's not where you might typically buy a Christmas tree, it is for a good cause. Husband and wife team Mike and Janah Williams have taken the sentiment 'Tis the season' to heart. → Read More

Bob Jones High School Cheerleaders celebrate 10 years of Breakfast With Santa

MADISON, Ala. -- Santa Claus is coming to town! In fact, he's already made an appearance at the 10th annual Bob Jones High School Breakfast With Santa, hosted by the BJHS cheerleaders. → Read More

Hazel Green woman in critical condition after roof collapse

HAZEL GREEN, Ala. -- A woman is in the hospital, critically injured after a roof collapse at a building on Carriger Road in Hazel Green. Authorities say they received the call around 12:15 on Wednesday afternoon, and that it looked to be a tragic accident. → Read More

TAKING ACTION: Behind the voter registration text message campaigns

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- The deadline to register for the December 12 U.S Senate Special Election is November 27, at 11:59 p.m. online. Some viewers reached out to WHNT News 19 about text messages they have received saying they were potentially unregistered to vote. → Read More

Thanksgiving grocery shoppers hit the stores last minute in person and online

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- Grocery stores around Madison County are packed, as shoppers rush to get everything they need before tomorrow's big day. But, some people are also choosing to skip the hassle, and still end up with a delicious meal. → Read More

Liberty Middle School takes on Iron Bowl rivalry

MADISON, Ala. -- It's the week leading up to the Iron Bowl and the big game is the talk of the town. Madison City Schools has decided to get into the team spirit. → Read More