Zak Sos, WHNT

Zak Sos


Huntsville, AL, United States

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Past articles by Zak:

Trail of Tears Ride commemorates dark days in Native American history

This weekend, thousands of motorcyclists took to the roads in North Alabama for the Train of Tears Ride, braving the rain, to commemorate a dark day in Native American history. → Read More

Hartselle’s Depot Days festival goes wet

This year marks a first for a 40 year tradition that's been drawing large crowds every September to the formerly and once famously dry city of Hartselle. → Read More

Carnivorous hammerhead worms invade local lawns

It's slimy, can grow to be over one foot long, and has a head that resembles a very unique shark. Meet the hammerhead worm, making its way to plenty of lawns across the state. → Read More

Alabama hospitals continue to struggle with ICU bed shortage

Hospitals across Alabama are continuing to face a crippling flow of Covid-19 cases, filling intensive care units. The number of patients who are severely ill from the virus still outnumbers the number of staffed ICU beds available statewide. → Read More

Tractor pull benefits Morgan County law enforcement officer

Hundreds filled the stand filled for a tractor pull Saturday evening to show their support for a Morgan County law enforcement officer recently diagnosed with the rare disease ALS. → Read More

News 19 re-interviews former Guntersville High student, 20 years after September 11th

A former Guntersville high schooler turned U.S. Army veteran remembers exactly where he was on 9/11. Hear his story 20 years later. → Read More

Huntsville hosts finals of Rock-it City Bonspiel curling tournament

The City of Huntsville played host to one of the largest amateur curling tournaments in the nation this Labor Day Weekend. → Read More

Hospitals concerned about potential Labor Day COVID-19 surge

As the COVID-19 Delta variant continues to spread across Alabama, health experts will be keeping a close eye on the number of cases and hospitalizations in the days after the Labor Day holiday. → Read More

Huntsville Home Depot coming to aid of Ida victims

Employees of two Huntsville area Home Depots took time to offer a helping hand to those affected by Hurricane Ida this weekend. → Read More

Health experts worry about increasing spread of COVID-19 among kids

Health experts are sounding the alarm this week about the rapidly growing number of children coming down with COVID-19 across the state. → Read More

Curling competitors hoping for sweep at Huntsville tournament

A large group of athletes from all over the US are vying in a very unique tournament this weekend in Huntsville and hoping to sweep past the field to victory, literally. → Read More

North Alabama prepares for Ida

As Hurricane Ida bears down on the southern U.S. coast, a state of emergency is now in place in Alabama for counties in the storms path, including Colbert, Franklin, Lawrence, and Lauderdale counties. → Read More

Huntsville non-profit gets important boost from block party

A local non-profit, with an important mission, shut down the street outside its front door on Saturday. → Read More

Mason Cozelos, 16 year old killed in hit and run, is remembered

Family and friends of Mason Cozelos gathered Friday evening to remember the 16 year old boy who was killed in a hit and run in Limestone County. → Read More

Alabama ICU’s struggle with burden of growing caseloads

As COVID-19 cases continue to surge across the state, it is becoming increasingly difficult for many hospitals to properly staff all of their ICU beds. → Read More

Mother of teen hit and run victim calls on driver to turn themselves in

The mother of a Madison teen who was killed Thursday evening by a hit and run driver is calling for the person responsible to turn themselves in. → Read More

Authorities still looking for hit and run driver behind death of Madison boy

Four days after a Madison teen was killed by a hit and run driver, authorities are still looking for the person responsible. → Read More

Darby defense readying appeal less than 24 hours after sentencing

Less than 24 hours after a former Huntsville police officer was sentenced to 25 years in prison for murder — his defense is now readying an appeal. → Read More

Huntsville City Schools to send students home who come into “close contact” with COVID-19

Starting Monday, Huntsville City Schools says it will be begin sending students and staff home who are considered a “close contact” of someone with COVID-19. → Read More

Booster vaccines set to become available for people with organ transplants and immunocompromised

In a new ruling, the FDA) and CDC are now on the verge of providing people who are immunocompromised one more layer of protection against COVID-19. → Read More