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Search the City of Huntsville, public records using best found research sources online. This City is located at the coordinates , its zip code is 35801 with a total population of 180,105. Look up recorded information of Huntsville, including demographics and local economy. Link to all levels of Huntsville, government and their sites with services which provide public information. Current economy, business and housing data. Read about up to date current events and what is occurring in the City of Huntsville. Find out about the background of residents and recorded statistics. Request criminal records specific to the City of Huntsville, from law enforcement departments with access to the state's repository with official background check of arrests and convicted felonies. Access a directory aimed toward producing open public records and instant information available online. Huntsville sources are added on a regular basis for the best and most current services.

City of Huntsville, Crime Reports
Violent Crime:1,518
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:13
Forcible Rape:51
Aggravated Assault:1,049
Property Crime:9,749
Larceny Theft:6,306
Motor Vehicle Theft:766
City of Huntsville, Census Data
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Total population of residents180,105
White resident population recorded108,618
Black or African American resident population recorded56,229
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded1,087
Asian resident population recorded4,349
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded232
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded10,512
Resident population of some other race recorded5,166
Resident population of two or more races recorded4,424
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SELENA MCCALEB, Age Now: 15, Missing: 01/31/2014. Missing From HUNTSVILLE, AL. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Huntsville Police Department (Alabama) 1-256-722-7100.
February 14 2014 - Source:

Endangered Runaway: SUMMER HINKLE (AL)
SUMMER HINKLE, Age Now: 17, Missing: 06/27/2013. Missing From HUNTSVILLE, AL. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Huntsville Police Department (Alabama) 1-256-722-7100.
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Endangered Runaway: TAMIA BELL (AL)
TAMIA BELL, Age Now: 17, Missing: 05/03/2013. Missing From HUNTSVILLE, AL. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Huntsville Police Department (Alabama) 1-256-722-7100.
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Madison County Veterans Service Office Temporarily Closed
[Alabama Department of Veterans Affairs] HUNTSVILLE – Beginning today, the Madison County Veterans Service Office in Huntsville, Ala. is temporarily closed because of an early morning water leak.
Happening April 15 2014 - Source:

Kurt Brecher birth
   Matt and Maegan Brecher of Decatur, Ala., announce the birth of their son, Kurt Matthew  Brecher, on Feb. 27, 2014 at Huntsville Hospital in Huntsville, Ala.
Happening April 13 2014 - Source:

Walk For MS is a Walk of Hope
By: Chelsea SparksCULLMAN - It was a crisp morning and the clouds were covering most of the sky as people began pouring into Heritage Park in Cullman to support those living with Multiple Sclerosis at the recently held MS Walk. Multiple Sclerosis or better known as MS is an autoimmune disease that affects the brain and spinal cord. The cause of the disease is when the myelin, the protective coating that insulates nerve cells, becomes damaged and nerve signals slow down or stop all together. It is a disease that can affect either gender, although more women have received this diagnosis than men. Inflammation and scarring cause the myelin sheath to become damaged, leading to a slew of symptoms. Symptoms can range from mild to severe depending on where and for how long an attack is taking place. Muscle spasms, problems walking, vision loss, tremors, memory loss and depression are just a few examples of symptoms that many people with this disease live with everyday. While there is no cure for MS, the disease is somewhat manageable with a few prescription drugs. The problem with these drugs is that for those without insurance or with low coverage, the pharmacy bill can be downright crippling. For those living with MS and their families, everyday can be a struggle. That is why support groups and holding events such as The Walk for MS is so important for those living with this disease. The walk has been a huge success in past years, bringing in as much as $75,000, even more than Huntsville or Birmingham. This year’s walk included lots of great free gifts bags, free coffee and refreshments, a bounce house for the kids, and special guests like ABC 33/40 Jeff Speegle and the band Avenue G. A t-shirt contest was also held to judge whose team had the best t-shirt design. Representatives from each team were asked to show off their team’s creation and to strut their stuff. One of the wonderful people who helped to make this walk possible was Shelia Edwards. Living with MS herself, she understands what these events mean to the MS community and how badly a cure is needed. “It is very important to find the cause and the cure for MS. I registered for the Cullman MS walk because I want to do something about MS now,” she said. “Most people with MS are diagnosed between the ages of 20-50, with more women than men being diagnosed with the disease. MS affects more than 2.3 million worldwide. I have meet teenagers with MS and know smaller children have that have MS.” She also spoke of how the annual walk is like a big family reunion for a lot of them, as a lot do not get to see each other much during the year. She went on to speak about the local support group and her doctor who has supported through the entire journey. “We have a great support group here and I am so proud to have Dr. Chris Laganke as my doctor,” Edwards said. “His mother had MS and he is very involved with his patients and currently has 10 research projects going on at his office.” Proceeds from the walk will go to the National MS Society Alabama Chapter in Birmingham. This chapter helps smaller support groups such as the local Joanne P. LaGanke Cullman Support Group to aid their members emotionally and sometimes financially. Monetary donations are also made to UAB to help fund research. The local support group here in Cullman meets every third Monday Night at North Central Neurology downstairs conference room at 5:30 p.m.  The donations do not need to stop at the walk itself though; more money is always needed to keep research going and families supported. If you would like to make a donation to the cause or offer your help, please contact North Central Neurology Dr. Chris Laganke’s office at (256) 739-1210. It takes more than one town or state to conquer a disease like MS, but every penny given and hour volunteered gets us that much closer to a cure and ensures that hope remains alive. Rate this article:  Select ratingGive it 1/5Give it 2/5Give it 3/5Give it 4/5Give it 5/5 No votes yet
Happening March 24 2014 - Source:

1-year-old’s Drowning Death leads to Aggravated Child Abuse Arrest
By: Noah ChandlerCULLMAN – Jeffery Hugh Brown, 37, has been arrested and charged with aggravated child abuse in connection with the drowning death of 1-year-old Hoss Wayne Benham that occurred around 11 p.m. on Tuesday, March 11; an event that investigators are calling suspicious in nature. “The Cullman County Sheriff's Office was notified by Cullman Regional Medical Center of a reported bathtub drowning of a 1-year-old child, Hoss Wayne Benham. The initial medical review indicated that the child's body had several external injuries that were suspicious in nature,” Cullman County Sheriff Mike Rainey stated in a release on Friday. According to the release, Deputy Jed Thomas was dispatched to the hospital, however Benham had passed away before his arrival. Rainey stated that upon conducting an initial assessment from the medical staff and viewing the child 's injuries Deputy Thomas notified dispatch of the situation and a team of investigators responded to the hospital and to 17750 US Hwy 31 N. at Monk's Trailer Park where the drowning was alleged to have occurred. “Cullman Co. District Attorney, Wilson Blaylock, was notified of the situation. He then gave authorization for an autopsy to be conducted at the Huntsville Department of Forensic Science on Thursday, March 13,” the release stated. A preliminary report of the cause of death has not been released at this time. According to the report, Lead investigators, Bethany Shaddrix and Capt. Jon Montgomery conducted initial interviews with the child's mother; Crystal Ballenger, age 23, and her boyfriend, Jeffery Hugh Brown, age 37. Based upon those interviews and other physical evidence uncovered by investigators during the course of this investigation, Jeffrey Brown has been charged with Aggravated Child Abuse, a Class B felony. His bond has been set at $30,000.00 cash. “This case is still very active and ongoing at this time and we are not at liberty to discuss details or specifics that could jeopardize our investigation. I want to commend all the officers and investigators for their hard work and dedication in uncovering the facts surrounding this investigation,” Rainey stated. “The Cullman Co. Sheriff's Office is working closely with the District Attorney's Office and the Dept. of Human Resources. We anticipate making further progress in this investigation in the near future. Child Abuse cases are difficult to work and especially those of which result in the death of a child.  As Sheriff, I am saddened by the death of this little boy and I want the community to know that we are praying for this child and those who loved him.” CullmanSense will provide more information as details emerge. Rate this article:  Select ratingGive it 1/5Give it 2/5Give it 3/5Give it 4/5Give it 5/5 Average: 4.3 (3 votes)
Happening March 14 2014 - Source:

Alabama Talent Hunt is Searching for the Next Superstar
By: Kate MullaneyThe third annual Alabama Talent Hunt is underway and this competition is determined to show off Alabama’s best vocalists. This event was created three years ago to discover, develop and promote the best under-discovered talent in Alabama. With five rounds of some of the state’s most talented artists, the Alabama Talent Hunt will surely find some of our most gifted singers.          The five elimination rounds of this exciting competition run from Feb. through May each year. Auditions are considered round one and are held right in your own home. That’s right, auditioning for this vocal competition is as simple as making a recording of yourself singing and then emailing it to the folks at Alabama Talent Hunt. After the audition, there are four live rounds. Rounds two and three are held regionally and contestants sing with light accompaniment such as a back-up track, guitar or keyboard. If a contestant makes it to round four, a live band will back them up.           Vocal competitions are fun and there are tons out there to choose from, but what makes the Alabama Talent Hunt so unique? The prizes. At the end of round five, winners are rewarded a recording contract and a development contract. Each winner will also each get one song on the CD “Alabama’s Emerging Artists,” which will be put on iTunes. But the best part is that these excellent prizes won’t just go to one person. There are 10 grand prize winners at the end of the competition. Ten talented artists will receive each of these prizes and Alabama will receive 10 new gifted singers.            It’s almost too late to register this year, but if you are interested in auditioning for the Alabama Talent Hunt, call promotional manager Angie Calvert at (256) 339-2978 to set up an audition. There are other ways to get involved as well. The Alabama Talent Hunt is looking for local event sponsors as well as volunteers.      Calvert encourages anyone who loves to sing to get involved with the talent hunt.           “It gives aspiring singers a stage to sing on and a chance to be heard,” she said.           CEO of Alabama Talent Hunt Barry Hendrick is excited about this year’s competition as well as the growth of the competition over the recent years.  “Our promotional managers have been very busy with making applications to various sources for grant funding for the musical arts in Alabama,” he said. “Throughout this process, Angie found that many schools all across the state did not have any music programs at all. This information drove us to work even harder to search for grants, not only to provide funding for the Alabama Talent Hunt, but also to share this information with others, especially aspiring vocalists.” Hendrick is confident that this year’s competition will be bigger and better than ever since Angie Calvert, as well as the company’s other promotional manager Tammy Baker, have been recruiting talent from all over the state of Alabama.           “It is certainly not surprising to see Tammy or Angie at Tony’s Music Center or Berkeley Bob’s in Cullman or Guitar Center or Madison Mall in Huntsville or the Princess Theater in Decatur scouting for talent to enter our competition,” he said. “Don’t be alarmed if you hum or sing while you shop and you are approached by either of these girls. They know that Alabama is loaded with talent and are determined to help discover it!”           Many of the most talented competitors from this talent hunt have moved on to the national stage.           “We expect you will be hearing their names and buying their music in the coming years,” Hendrick said proudly.           He also stated that one of the best parts of creating this competition is getting to meet other aspiring singers from across the state. “Many life-long friendships have formed and a few good bands have formed as a result of this competition,” he said. “Once you are in the Alabama Talent Family, we are happy to coach you to greater success.” Rate this article:  Select ratingGive it 1/5Give it 2/5Give it 3/5Give it 4/5Give it 5/5 No votes yet
Happening February 18 2014 - Source:

Sen. Sessions praises Remington development plan
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) – A plan by Remington Outdoor Co. to open a plant in Huntsville that could employ thousands of workers has won … More »
Happening February 17 2014 - Source:

Huntsville, Missing People
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Huntsville, Crime News
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Crime Stoppers: Police search for 'chameleon' offender
If she was a comic book villain, she would probably go by the name "The Chameleon." A woman allegedly performed the same crime, but looked different every time.
April 16 2014 - Source:

Restaurant crooks gobble up a credit card
When a man went to eat dinner at a Valley restaurant, he didn't realize that a credit card crime was on the menu. Turns out, his dinner wound up costing him a bundle.
April 09 2014 - Source:

Man attacked, robbed on University Drive
A man told police that two robbers knocked him to the ground and robbed him Tuesday night.
April 09 2014 - Source:

Armed robbery reported at Huntsville apartment
Huntsville police responded to an armed robbery at a home late Tuesday night.
April 09 2014 - Source:

Heated Testimony Between Dr. Iqbal Memon, Prosecutor During Day 2 of Trial
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – The trial of Dr. Iqbal Memon is in its second day at the Madison County Courthouse....
April 08 2014 - Source:

Police investigate case of alleged sexual torture
Huntsville Police said the victim reported that he and his sister were sexually tortured by a woman while under her care.
April 07 2014 - Source:

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