Spring will be here soon and with the season many people plan home improvement projects.
The girl, who is around 6 years old, approached the dog despite being told to stay away by the dog’s owner. Ford says the dog’s teeth “scraped” the girl’s forehead, breaking the skin.
ACT OF KINDNESS: Together, students and staff members raised more than $2,200 for the WWII vet, along with giving him a blanket and a new American Flag.
“This behavior is a betrayal of the people and the communities we are there to serve. It is against human dignity and we should have been more vigilant in preventing this,” Daccord said.
PAYING RESPECTS: A hearse bearing the body of the Rev. Billy Graham has begun its journey as part of a procession expected to draw crowds of well-wishers.
GEEK OUT: Check out the Huntsville Comic & Pop Culture Expo at the VBC North Hall all weekend! Those who attend can expect special guests, food trucks, a video game tournament and more!
MEDICARE CARD CHANGE: If you are currently receiving or plan to enroll in Medicare, be particularly cautious if someone comes to your door or calls you and claims to represent Medicare.
The Jackson County Commission sat down with the county's Road Department to map out exactly which of the 1,200 roads they maintain need the most repair this year.
With the deadly Parkland, Florida shooting on everyone's mind, cities all over the country are thinking of ways to make their own schools a little safer.
As schools across the Tennessee Valley deal with threats and guns found on campus, law enforcement must respond to each and every incident as if it is a true emergency.
A woman from Rainsville was killed in a two-vehicle wreck Friday at the intersection of Hwy 431 and Hwy 79, just north of Guntersville.
ANIMAL CRUELTY INVESTIGATION: Residents of Fort Payne are outraged after someone shot multiple dogs with a crossbow, killing some of them.
JOYFUL REUNION: Two dog siblings that hadn’t seen each other since they were adopted to different families reunited earlier this month in a joyful, chance encounter.
Rain and thunder rumble across North Alabama Friday night, but the risk of severe weather comes Saturday night. Chief Meteorologist Jason Simpson explains what you can expect and when the storms will come rolling through the region.