January 29, 2023

Hello, everyone! Amy Young here with her fresh copy of the Huntsville Daily, filled with everything you need to know about what’s happening locally. Includes updates to…

  • Arrest in regions bank robberies
  • Huntsville City FC announces pre-season schedule
  • Huntsville City Schools is implementing new safety measures

But first today’s weather:

Low clouds and cool. High: 45 Low: 27.


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Here are today’s top stories from Huntsville:

  1. One arrest was made in the recent raids on Regions Bank. The suspect was sentenced to community corrections and wore an ankle monitor during most of the robberies and has reportedly admitted to all four incidents. (WHNT Messages 19)
  2. Huntsville City FC has announced their preseason schedule! Their very first game will be in Birmingham on February 11, with their first home game on March 4. (WEAPON)
  3. Huntsville City Schools have decided to implement scanners using Evolv technology to help protect against guns in school buildings. This decision comes just a week after two students brought guns to HSC schools. The new system will rotate between schools within the district. (WEAPON)

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Today in Huntsville:

  • AHSAA Bowling State Championships (all day)
  • BOE Meeting – Regular Session – Madison County (17:30)
  • Jemison vs East Limestone, Fultondale — Wrestling – Seniors Night (6:00 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • You can visit the Huntsville Ballet Company for performances of “Off Stage!” on February 17-18. (Details)
  • Art Huntsville: “Arts Huntsville is pleased to announce a mural opportunity for local artists in partnership with Kroger Co.! (Art Huntsville via Facebook)
  • Registrations for Spring Break Camps at Huntsville Parks and Recreation will be available soon! (Details)
  • You have until noon today to enter Downtown Huntsville, Inc.’s sweepstakes for two tickets to the Von Brewski Beer Festival on Facebook! (Details)

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You’re all caught up for today! See you tomorrow for your next update.

amy young

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