Alabama dentists say the state is on the verge of a workforce crisis. One-third of Alabama’s dentists are sixty years or older. At least half of those practice in rural Alabama, which means the majority of rural dentists are eyeing retirement.
Huntsville family is out of a home they thought they had the legal right to rent. A mother and her 3 children moved into the home of their dreams. Miriam Martin arranged a lease agreement over email with a man who she believed was Robert Funke. Turns out, it wasn’t Robert Funke, but someone pretending to be him.
Following the killing of George Floyd, who died when a now-former Minneapolis Police Officer held his knee to his neck for nearly nine minutes, protestors are calling for, among several things, more training for police officers.
WAFF 48′s Liz Hurley interviewed Huntsville Hospital System CEO David Spillers and Crestwood Medical Center CEO Dr. Pam Hudson regarding preparations for a potential surge of Covid-19 patients in the Tennessee Valley.
PFAS chemicals in Decatur. It’s not the first time you’re hearing this.However, it’s the first time Decatur City Council members are hearing about a secret meeting between Decatur Utilities and the city’s mayor where PFAS test results were discussed.
Alabama lawmakers are listening but not committing to an offer from the Poarch Creek Indians. Tribe leaders say they will funnel $1 billion to Alabama if the state allows them to add two new casinos, table games like blackjack and craps and gives the Poarch Indians exclusivity.
Madison County Commission Chairman Dale Strong is a volunteer firefighter for Monrovia. Other volunteer fire chiefs argue he's been using his position to benefit his station at the expense of others. He said the funding comes down to taxes- who pays them and how much.