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Chris Davis


Huntsville, AL, United States

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Past articles by Chris:

Governor’s race plays a background role in Toyota-Mazda deal

MONTGOMERY, Ala. - It may be years before we truly know the economic impact of the Toyota-Mazda facilities, but in just a few months, it could make up a pivotal component of the Republican primary for Alabama Governor. Toyota took the stage, front and center, Wednesday in Montgomery. → Read More

Toyota-Mazda to be two separate facilities on one Huntsville campus

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle and Limestone County Commission Chairman Mark Yarbrough found themselves returning to something they've been doing together a lot lately - sitting down to talk business. → Read More

Here’s what we know about the location of the newly promised Toyota-Mazda plant

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - The proposed Toyota-Mazda manufacturing facility will be in Huntsville, even though the plant is located over the county line, in Limestone County. The original 1,200 acre TVA mega site is in the portion of Huntsville that extends into Limestone County, off Powell Road. → Read More

Crimson Tide return to Tuscaloosa with a hero’s welcome

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - Just before 11 a.m. Tuesday, the Crimson Tide rolled back into Tuscaloosa, greeted by an enthusiastic crowd of supporters. Almost like Mother Nature's version of confetti, rain fell from the heavens, when the Tide returned. → Read More

Roy Moore accuser’s home destroyed in fire, investigation ongoing

GADSDEN, Ala. — A fire destroyed the home of a woman who accused U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct. Tina Johnson is one of several women who came forward with allegations against Moore. → Read More

Sweet Revenge: Alabama Crimson Tide fans celebrate a Sugar Bowl Victory

NEW ORLEANS, La. - The University of Alabama has punched their ticket to Atlanta and the National Championship Game. The Tide rolled over the Clemson Tigers 24-6 Monday night in the Semifinal round of the College Football Playoffs. The rematch was 358 days in the making. → Read More

Huntsville man forgoes Christmas gifts to help his fellow veterans

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Each Christmas, you undoubtedly get gifts that were incredibly nice thoughts, but will only collect dust in your closet for months - maybe even years. → Read More

Saturn V Rocket to undergo much needed renovations

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Each city has its symbol, but few tower as high as Huntsville's. "When you think of NYC, you see the Statue of Liberty. When you think of St. Louis, you see the Arch. → Read More

ALEA urges drivers to be safe this holiday season

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - According to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, a majority of holiday travelers begin hitting the road Friday morning. ALEA is determined to have as few fatalities as possible on Alabama roadways. → Read More

Tennesseans won’t be able to buy wine and liquor around the major holidays

LINCOLN COUNTY, Tenn. - If you're planning on having big holiday gatherings this Christmas or New Years' Eve, you're going to have to plan ahead, especially if you live in the state of Tennessee. Unlike Alabama, the State of Tennessee bans wine and liquor sales on Sundays. → Read More

Secret Santa brings joy to a Huntsville family rocked by recent crime

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - A happy update on a story we first shared Monday night. Viola White was at work Monday morning, when she found a missed call on her phone. It turns out, her house was broken into while her young children were home. → Read More

Huntsville children hide in closet and call for help as a home intruder breaks in

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - A single mother is counting her blessings, after an intruder broke into her home, while she was at work and her children were at home. Unfortunately, this isn't even the first security scare she's experienced. → Read More

Roy Moore emails supporters, alleging voter fraud took place in Special Election

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - In an email to campaign supporters, Roy Moore alleges multiple "reports of voter fraud and other irregularities at polling locations throughout the state." Moore's email does not give any additional details into what those fraud allegations may consist of. → Read More

Secretary of State predicts a Senate recount could cost up to $1.5 million dollars

MONTGOMERY, Ala. - Roy Moore's campaign has said on multiple occasions that they want the election to be certified before they consider conceding the race. After that happens, there could potentially be a recount. → Read More

Alabama State Auditor and Roy Moore supporter weighs in on Senate results

MONTGOMERY, Ala. - For decades, historians will look back and try to figure out how this happened; how Democrat Doug Jones won in the state of Alabama. One of the state's top officials says blame largely lies within the "Grand Ole Party. → Read More

Alabama Secretary of State on Senate Results: “This is Unprecedented”

MONTGOMERY, Ala. - Alabama's Secretary of State says there's no way to compare this election to anything else in state history because there literally is no comparison. → Read More

The Final Push: Doug Jones and Roy Moore make their final pitch to voters

BIRMINGHAM and MIDLAND CITY, Ala. - After months of campaigning, weeks of negative ads and days of election speculation - we are finally less than 24 hours from finding out who will be the next Senator from Alabama. The candidates each held one last campaign rally Monday night. → Read More

Longtime educator, Mary Jane Caylor announces she will run for Huntsville City Council

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Former Huntsville City Schools Superintendent and Alabama State School Board member Mary Jane Caylor has announced she's running for Huntsville City Council, District 2. → Read More

President Trump stumps for Roy Moore just over the Alabama state line

PENSACOLA, Ala. - President Trump spoke to a large crowd Friday night at the Pensacola Bay Center. It's his first campaign rally since he appeared at the VBC to campaign for Roy Moore's runoff opponent, Senator Luther Strange, in September. → Read More

What Madison wants in a minor league baseball stadium may be too expensive

MADISON, Ala. - Last week, the city of Madison approved a resolution that would hire Populous, an architecture firm known for designing baseball stadiums, to come up with a schematic for a minor league stadium located in Town Madison. → Read More