Tiffany Lester, WHNT

Tiffany Lester


Huntsville, AL, United States

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Past articles by Tiffany:

Albertville residents fed up with drainage issues they say are caused by Sand Mountain Park and Amphitheater

“The rec center has brought a lot of positive things to our area and I think that’s wonderful but they need to fix the behind-the-scenes issues it has caused.” → Read More

Alabama has lowest COVID-19 vaccinated population in US

The state of Alabama is now has the lowest percentage of COVID-19 vaccinated residents in the nation, according to the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). → Read More

Marshall County Jail renovation big comes in $3 million over budget

Bids for the Marshall County Jail renovation project have come back and the cost is much more than anticipated. → Read More

Marshall County Schools offers COVID-19 vaccination clinics for students

The Marshall County Board of Education is working to prepare students for back to school in a new way this summer. → Read More

Scottsboro girl looks forward to celebrating one-year cancer free with Dolly Parton-inspired clubhouse

“A little stage and microphone so she could sing, but she likes the glitzy look. She loves the butterfly flowers like they have at Dollywood. Anything to do with her,” Kori explained. → Read More

DeKalb County courtroom renovations complete

Dekalb County leaders are showing off the brand new jury courtrooms inside the courthouse. → Read More

Fort Payne Apartments residents frustrated over broken A/C units, pool

It is getting harder and harder for some Fort Payne residents to beat the heat this summer. They live in an apartment complex that’s having issues getting their air conditioning units repaired and/or replaced. → Read More

New Boaz Parks & Rec Center opens soon

The new Boaz Parks and Recreation center is opening Monday, July 12, 2021. → Read More

Jackson County healthcare workers concerned about COVID-19 spread during July 4 weekend

Many Northeast Alabamians are eager to celebrate Independence Day with family and friends. → Read More

Fort Payne BBQ restaurant offers free meals on Independence Day

The Sally's Smokin’ Butt BBQ team kicked things into high gear Friday by smoking nearly 400 pounds of pork to feed the community for free for Independence Day 2021. → Read More

Lake Guntersville ALEA marine patrol troopers participate in “Operation Dry Water” Independence Day weekend

Marine patrol troopers will be working with special agents on “Operation Dry Water” focusing on lowering the number of alcohol-related accidents and fatalities on Alabama waterways this Independence Day weekend. → Read More

Lauderdale County deputy arrested on domestic violence charges

A deputy with the Lauderdale County Sheriff's Office was arrested Thursday. → Read More

High court: California can’t collect charity top donor names

California had defended its policy by saying that the information's collection was necessary to prevent fraud. But Chief Justice John Roberts wrote in a majority opinion joined by the court's other conservatives that there is a “dramatic mismatch” between California's interest in preventing wrongdoing by charities and its donor information requirement. → Read More

NACC students take advantage of free laptop vending machine

Northeast Alabama Community College is the first community college in the state to offer free laptops from a vending machine. → Read More

Jackson County convicted murderer receives multiple life sentences

A man convicted of a 2018 kidnapping and murder was sentenced to two consecutive life sentences on Tuesday → Read More

Marshall County Commission approves console purchase for P25 radio upgrade

The Marshall County Sheriff's Office is closer to getting the new P25 radio system up and running. → Read More

Mueller worker recalls fatal shooting

There are still a lot of questions surrounding the tragedy, but News 19 is now getting some answers on what it was like inside at the time of the shooting. → Read More

Soaring meat prices impact Arab Meat Market, shoppers

Meat prices are at an all-time high which weighs heavily on shoppers trying to feed themselves and their families. → Read More

Marshall County voting made easier for hearing, sight impaired voters

Marshall County is getting new equipment to make voting easier for those who may be sight or hearing impaired. → Read More

Guntersville Lake Hydrofest hosts meet & greet with boat crews

Guntersville Lake Hydrofest action is already starting. → Read More