Jeremy Jackson, WHNT

Jeremy Jackson


Tuscumbia, AL, United States

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Past articles by Jeremy:

Muscle Shoals Songwriters Festival returns this weekend after being postponed in 2020

After the pandemic caused a one-year hiatus, the Muscle Shoals Songwriters Festival is back with more than 90 songwriters and performers ready to share their talents. → Read More

Tuscumbia mayor selected to represent Alabama in nationwide Honor Your Hometown campaign

Helen Keller’s legacy is one that stands out internationally, and for that very reason, Tuscumbia was the only city in the state to represent Alabama for the Honor Your Hometown campaign. → Read More

Project Say Something awarded Affordable Care Act grant to assist individuals during open enrollment

A racial justice organization in the Shoals is finding new ways to assist the state’s minority population. → Read More

Junior League of The Shoals raises approximately 3,000 diapers Tuesday for Great Diaper Drive

The Junior League of The Shoals is an organization that’s devoted to helping women and children, so when the opportunity arose to help out with The Great Diaper Drive, there was no hesitation. → Read More

Junior League of The Shoals accepting diaper donations for Great Diaper Drive Tuesday afternoon

Tuesday afternoon, an organization in The Shoals is coming together for a special project that will benefit The Great Diaper Drive. → Read More

Shoals Chamber of Commerce launches ‘Keep the Cheer Here’ campaign for the holiday shopping season

The Shoals Chamber of Commerce is once again encouraging citizens to shop local for the holiday season. → Read More

Lauderdale County High School using ‘The Great Candy Dive’ to benefit The Great Diaper Drive

This week, students at Lauderdale County High School have been participating in the Great Candy Dive, benefitting News 19’s Great Diaper Drive. → Read More

Shoals Theatre returning to full capacity seating

“It’s amazing to walk in here and smell that popcorn cooking, it’s truly a theater, and look out there and see as we say, ‘butts in the seats.’" → Read More

Baseball & softball will return to Northwest-Shoals Community College in Fall 2022

In the Fall of 2022, bleachers at Northwest-Shoals Community College will once again be filled with red, white, and blue. The college announced the return of its athletics program beginning with baseball and softball. → Read More

Shoals organization looks to overcome stigma between law enforcement & Black community through youth outreach

From Darkness to Light is the name of a community youth outreach event that will take place at the Sterling Boulevard Church of Christ on Halloween. → Read More

Winners announced in Shoals ‘Idea Audition’

An annual business idea competition in The Shoals has announced the 2021 winner. → Read More

Lauderdale County judge explains importance of jury trials restarting

Wednesday evening, a Lauderdale County jury found Derrick Turnley guilty in the murder of Jeffery Cherry in 2019. → Read More

ADEM issues administrative order for proper removal of toxic liquid from Colbert County landfill

When rain falls on the industrial landfill near Cherokee, the water becomes toxic as it flows through the contents inside. The substance created is known as leachate, and it requires proper disposal. → Read More

USDA invests $1.8 million to improve rural water infrastructure in The Shoals

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is investing $1.8 million to improve rural water infrastructure in northwest Alabama. → Read More

Shoals Chamber of Commerce commemorates 35 years with inaugural celebration

The Shoals Chamber of Commerce is celebrating 35 years of service to businesses and organizations across Lauderdale and Colbert counties. → Read More

Franklin County Sheriff’s Office investigating horse neglect and cruelty in Phil Campbell

Monday evening, viewers reached out to News 19 regarding concerning information about neglected horses in the Phil Campbell area. → Read More

Sheffield City Council retires Sgt. Nick Risner’s K-9 Wiske, will live with family

The family of fallen Sheffield Police Sergeant Nick Risner officially added a new member to their home Monday night. → Read More

Enrollment up at Northwest-Shoals Community College for Fall 2021

Big things are happening at Northwest-Shoals Community College. → Read More

Salvation Army of The Shoals launching registration for 2021 Angel Tree Wednesday

The Salvation Army of The Shoals is launching its Angel Tree registration this week, and it’s returning to the traditional way. → Read More

Traditional homecoming celebrations return at UNA

Thanks to COVID-19, UNA is hosting its first traditional homecoming since 2019. → Read More