- Wrongful death lawsuit filed in fireworks factory explosion Updated: Nov-25-15 4:46 am
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - The family of a woman who was killed in an explosion at the Ultratec pyrotechnics factory has filed a wrongful death lawsuit.
- Drake State president placed on administrative leave Updated: Nov-24-15 3:45 am
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - Helen McAlpine, long-time president at Drake State Community and Technical College in Huntsville, has been placed on administrative leave.
- Parents dislike abortion protests near Alabama school Updated: Nov-20-15 8:40 am
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - Parents in Huntsville are complaining about demonstrators protesting around a school that's located near an abortion clinic.
- Alabama veteran recalls 'Soundtrack of the Vietnam War' Updated: Nov-15-15 1:01 pm
HUNSTVILLE, Alabama - The band's manager was a stripper from Saigon who went by the stage-name of Geri Vay. Dave Gallaher was an Air Force intelligence specialist from Atlanta serving in Vietnam from 1967 to 1968, and during his off-duty hours he played guitar in this stripper-managed band, named The Rotations because its lineup ebbed and flowed due to the servicemen in the group "rotating back home." The group played the soul and R&B hits from artists of the day. King Curtis. Junior Walker. The Temptations. "The band was originally to do a little bit of music before she did her strip show," Gallaher, now 69, recalls. "And it got to where the band was as big a demand as her show was so she figured she would get another band or two going that way and that's what she did."
- 37 months for Alabama man in weapons case Updated: Nov-13-15 4:06 am
NEW ORLEANS - A Huntsville, Alabama, man has been sentenced in New Orleans to more than three years in prison on a federal firearms charge.
- 1 killed in Alabama plant explosion Updated: Nov-10-15 11:15 am
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - Authorities are investigating a fatal explosion at a plant in Huntsville.
- Prosecutors mulling third trial for Alabama police officer Updated: Nov-05-15 5:00 am
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - The attorney for an Alabama police officer accused of using excessive force on an Indian man asked a federal judge to acquit him after a second trial ended in a hung jury.