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Construction on a new $7 million Holiday Inn Express will be underway early next year and is expected to produce $100,000 in annual lodging tax revenue for the city of Decatur.
Area farmers meet to discuss answers to weed problem 20 minutes ago
When farmers and farming consultants talk about Palmer pigweeds, the conversations sound more like the plot of a sci-fi movie than agricultural chit-chat.
Bombing not chief terror threat for local industries 26 minutes ago
A greater security threat than a bomb targeting industrial chemicals used at local plants is that a chemical could be stolen for use in a terrorist act, Decatur Police Department's Homeland Security …
Hartselle resident Stacey Keith said she would stand behind the Hartselle Board of Education if its members decided to construct a weight room and storage facility at the new high school.
DCS wetlands is a classroom away from school 50 minutes ago
Almost every time Molly Ferrell asked a question, Nia Brown raised her hand.
The first test of the Decatur City Council's moratorium on high-interest lenders could come Monday as TitleBucks seeks to escape the moratorium's requirements.
DECATUR, Ala. (WHNT) – In the early morning hours of Dec. 10, members of the Decatur Police Department’s Organized Crime Unit,...
North Carolina Kidnapping Victim Rescued in Decatur Yesterday at 10:04PM
CHARLOTTE, NC (WHNT) – A 15-year-old female kidnapping victim from Troy, North Carolina was found on Tuesday in Decatur, according...
Chief Deputy Jumps in Cold Water to Help Driver Stuck in Lacey’s Spring Yesterday at 12:41PM
LACEY’S SPRING, Ala. (WHNT) – A woman was trapped in her vehicle for about 30 to 40 minutes after she...
Teams Continue Search for Man with Dementia in Lacey’s Spring Yesterday at 11:30AM
MORGAN COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – Teams continue to look for a missing man in the Lacey’s Spring area. Franklin Payne...
DECATUR, Ala. (WHNT) – A young woman known for surviving a horrific boat accident and beating the odds time and...