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U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks gave his annual Washington update Monday during a luncheon at the Von Braun Center. Brooks talked about the nations economic situation and, as usual, defense.
He also took several questions from the audience. Long video but worth a listen.
An HNW exclusive.
Huntsville police announced the arrests of three people in connection with the break up of a drug operation that trafficked cocaine into the Rocket City.
Police said Bradley Scott Corbett, 35, Kamula Nicole Moore, 29, and Tina Sherelle Huffman, 28, all of Huntsville, were arrested about a week ago and are facing multiple drug charges.
Two others, […]
Officials officially announced Monday that Remington Outdoor had chosen Huntsville to locate a 500,000 square foot facility.
The facility will be housed in the old Chrysler plant off Wall Triana Boulevard east of Huntsville International Airport.
Redstone official talks about new schedule for Gate 8 starting Monday.
Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle held a press conference to explain his decision not to run for governor in 2014. HNW exclusively presents the event in its entirety.
A fire Thursday afternoon gutted a home in south Huntsville. Firefighters were called to 13000 block of Branscomb Road around noon and found smoke and flames coming from the residence.
No one was thought to be injured however the home appeared to suffer major fire, smoke, and water damage.
No further information was immediately available.
Railroad safety experts staged a railroad accident Tuesday morning near downtown. The depiction of a train striking two children walking on the tracks was put on to emphasize the danger of trespassing on railroad tracks. Our video features the depiction and behind the scenes views of the event.
Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle delivered his annual State of the City address for 2013 during lunch Wednesday at the Von Braun Center.
U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks conducted a town hall at UAHuntsville Monday evening. The 90-minute meeting featured Brooks discussing a number of issues and taking questions from the audience.
Officials from the Huntsville International Airport held a full-scale disaster drill Wednesday morning at the field.
The simulation, required by the FAA every three years, provides a realistic training opportunity for area emergency crews.
This report features some of the sights and sounds from the event.