Emily Moessner, WHNT

Emily Moessner


Huntsville, AL, United States

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Recent articles by Emily:

Arts & Entertainment District coming to Town Madison

The Town Madison development will soon be the first Arts & Entertainment District in the City of Madison. → Read More

Huntsville Hospital System has more than 1,000 job openings

The Huntsville Hospital System (HHS) has facilities across North Alabama and is frequently listed as a top employer in Madison County — however, they’re now dealing with staffing shortages. → Read More

USPS looks to hire multiple positions in 10 North Alabama cities

The positions range from delivery and retail positions located in Huntsville, the Shoals and more. → Read More

USPS brings back ‘Operation Santa’ program for 2022 holiday season

The holidays are a great time to pay it forward if you can. → Read More

Restaurant & Churches team up to hand out free Thanksgiving meals

Holy Smokes BBQ and several churches in Scottsboro wanted to make sure anyone in the community who wanted a Thanksgiving meal was able to get one. → Read More

‘One Table’ brings hundreds together for Thanksgiving meal in Huntsville

While the food was delicious and there was plenty of it, some guests said their favorite part was meeting new people. → Read More

Former chief, council members discuss new candidate for HPD chief

On Thursday, the Huntsville City Council voted to postpone a discussion and vote to confirm Kirk Giles as the new police chief. → Read More

New trail among other improvements at Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge

Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge has some new improvements, that park rangers say to attract more visitors year-round. → Read More

Old Highway 431 reopens after widening, bridge repair

On Monday, Old Highway 431 was reopened to vehicles. → Read More

Free2Teach receives largest donation in their history

Free2Teach is a non-profit that helps public school teachers in Madison County keep their classrooms stocked with supplies. → Read More

Decatur doctor says flu, RSV cases are rising

Just days after a local elementary school closed due to a flu and RSV outbreak, Decatur doctors say parents to take precautions. → Read More

Breast cancer survivor shares journey, and how plant-based food helped her feel better

She told News 19 she endured a lumpectomy, 36 rounds of radiation, and took daily medication for the last 10 years. While those methods made her feel better, she also found something else that worked magic on her body. → Read More

Famed jazz artist coming to Decatur for free concert

If you want to take in the sounds of the French Quarter, you don’t need to go far. → Read More

Huntsville area Realtors work to better serve military families

To better serve military members and their families, the Huntsville Area Association of REALTORS® hosted a course for local real estate agents on Thursday. → Read More

Fire department demonstrates benefit of sprinkler systems

Decatur Fire & Rescue is joining a nationwide movement to urge people to consider installing sprinkler systems in their homes. → Read More

Drake State gives students voter information ahead of Nov. 8 election

In just three short weeks, voters all across the state of Alabama will head to the polls for the Midterm Election on November 8. → Read More

Organizers say JSU/UNA Football game at Toyota Field was a ‘home run’

On Saturday, a matchup months in the making took place at Toyota Field in Madison. → Read More

Boys & Girls Club of North Alabama announces new club, campaign

The Boys & Girls Club of North Alabama will soon have a new club for youth in North Huntsville. → Read More

Morgan County BOE votes to close Sparkman Elementary

On Thursday, the Morgan County School Board voted to close Sparkman Elementary School. → Read More

Huntsville hopes to join other North Alabama cities getting in on medical marijuana

The City of Huntsville could soon join several other North Alabama cities in authorizing medical marijuana dispensaries to operate in city limits. → Read More