Josh Gauntt, FOX10News | WALA

Josh Gauntt

FOX10News | WALA

Birmingham, AL, United States

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  • WBRC FOX6 News
Past:
  • WSFA 12 News
  • FOX 5 Las Vegas
  • FOX Carolina News
  • NBC12 WWBT Richmond
  • wdam
  • wave3news
  • KWTX News 10
  • Western Mass News
  • WNEM TV5
  • WALB News 10
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Recent articles by Josh:

Attorneys for AL death row inmate claim he wasn’t told about stay of execution while strapped to gurney

Attorneys for AL death row inmate claim he wasn’t told about stay of execution while strapped to gurney → Read More

Attorneys for AL death row inmate claim he wasn’t told about stay of execution while strapped to gurney

Attorneys for AL death row inmate claim he wasn’t told about stay of execution while strapped to gurney → Read More

Hoover making moves for competitive first responder pay

Some first responders in Hoover could soon make more money. This after city council voted to give the mayor the power to adjust salaries. → Read More

Etiquette experts tell us how to deal with ‘guilt tipping’

Has this ever happened to you? You finish ordering at a coffee shop and they spin the iPad around asking for a tip? It seems to happen more and more these days. Do you tip, or say no thanks? We spoke with an etiquette expert on how to handle something known as “guilt tipping”. → Read More

Central Alabama Pride reacts to Colorado LGBTQ bar shooting

Central Alabama Pride says its time to stand with the LGBTQ community. President of Central Alabama Pride, Josh Coleman calls the shooting that killed 5 people and injured dozens senseless. → Read More

Pathologist disputes report on possible ‘cutdown’ procedure on Joe Nathan James, Jr.

An independent expert who performed the second autopsy on an Alabama death row inmate executed over the summer is disputing a report about a possible “cutdown” procedure. → Read More

Family remembers mother of two gunned down in Fairfield crime spree

Family remembers mother of two gunned down in Fairfield crime spree → Read More

Check your voter info card as some polling locations have changed in Jefferson Co.

Election day is one week away. This year some polling locations in Jefferson County have changed. → Read More

Gas prices continue to drop in Alabama

Drivers are seeing relief at the gas pump as prices continue to drop. The average for regular is $3.35 in Alabama which is down 7 cents from a week ago. → Read More

More states, including Alabama dealing with “swatting” calls to schools about active shooters

More schools are dealing with fake calls about active shooters according to a national school resource officer organization based in the metro. “Swatting” is a fake emergency call to 911 to get a large law enforcement response. → Read More

Pelham city leaders surprised by proposed amphitheater in Birmingham

Questions over the future of the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre after a Jefferson County commissioner said it could close to make way for a new amphitheater in north Birmingham. → Read More

DOJ: Alabama foster care program discriminates against students with disabilities

The U.S. Department of Justice says Alabama's foster care program has discriminated against children with disabilities in state psychiatric facilities. → Read More

Jefferson County Cemetery Board gets to work to clean up overgrown, abandoned cemeteries

The work to clean up abandoned and neglected cemeteries in Jefferson County is finally about to start years after the board to address the problem was created. → Read More

Alabama death row inmate asks court to stop November execution

This week, Alabama set an execution date for a north Alabama man convicted of killing a pastor's wife in 1988 in a murder-for-hire. Kenneth Eugene Smith is now asking a federal judge to halt his execution. → Read More

Advocacy groups calling for transparency in executions

Death penalty opponents delivered petitions with thousands of signatures Wednesday to Governor Kay Ivey’s office in hopes the state will pull back the curtain on how they carry out executions. → Read More

“Turnaround Schools Initiative” hoping to help 15 schools across Alabama

Millions of dollars are heading into at least 15 schools around the state in hopes of turning them around. → Read More

We could learn soon if untried execution method will be used on AL death row inmate

We could find out Thursday if nitrogen hypoxia will be used to put Alan Eugene Miller to death. A spokesperson for the Alabama Department of Corrections tells WBRC, they’ll have a statement out Thursday. → Read More

We could learn soon if untried execution method will be used on AL death row inmate

We could find out Thursday if nitrogen hypoxia will be used to put Alan Eugene Miller to death. A spokesperson for the Alabama Department of Corrections tells WBRC, they’ll have a statement out Thursday. → Read More

Birmingham city leaders continue to push for tougher laws against illegal street driving

Birmingham city leaders continue pushing for tougher laws against the dangerous trend of exhibition driving. → Read More

UAB Blazers, fans gearing up for home opener against Alabama A&M

The UAB Blazers will kick off season two inside Protective Stadium Thursday against Alabama A&M. Tickets are still available. → Read More