• Gold Star widow said Trump understood her loss

    "I'm so sorry to hear about the whole situation. What a horrible thing, except that he's an unbelievable hero and you know all the people that served with him are saying how incredible he was and just an amazing, an amazing guy," Trump said. De Alencar said Trump had researched her husband and talked to his friends as well, and was familiar with the awards he had received.

  • Raqqa: US-backed forces declare 'total liberation' of ISIS stronghold

    US-backed militias on Friday declared the "total liberation" of the Syrian city of Raqqa, which for more than three years was the de facto capital of ISIS. Speaking at a ceremony held to celebrate the capture of Raqqa, Syrian Defense Forces spokesman Talal Silo claimed a "historic victory" over ISIS and said the extremist group had suffered a "brutal" defeat.

  • At Univ. of Florida, bell tower brings peace amid Richard Spencer talk

    As white supremacist leader Richard Spencer prepared to take the stage at the University of Florida, a concert of bells rang through campus leaving a poignant message of unity. Laura Ellis, a music professor at the university, went up 11 flights of stairs in the school's carillon tower on Thursday to play "Lift Every Voice and Sing," also known as the black national anthem.

  • Australia receives 'unprecedented' letter from North Korea

    In an open letter addressed to parliaments in a number of countries, North Korea has declared itself a "full-fledged nuclear power" and accuses US President Donald Trump of "trying to drive the world into a horrible nuclear disaster." Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop called the message "unprecedented," noting that North Korea usually chooses different means to communicate.

  • South Korea does a sudden U-turn on nuclear power

    South Korea is set to power up its nuclear industry again.

  • TV Academy makes moves to possibly oust Weinstein

    The Television Academy could soon become the latest Hollywood organization to distance itself from Harvey Weinstein, in the wake of multiple allegations of sexual harassment and assault brought against the film and television mogul.

  • Dodgers beat Cubs to reach World Series

    The Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Chicago Cubs in Game 5 of the National League Championship Series Thursday night to reach their first World Series in 29 years. With the 11-1 win at Wrigley Field, the Dodgers won the series 4-1 to knock the defending champion Cubs out of the playoffs and avenge their 2016 NLCS loss to Chicago.

  • Alabama ranked No. 25 in USA Today Coaches Preseason Poll

    The Alabama men’s basketball team will begin the 2017-18 season ranked in the nation’s top 25, as the USA Today Coaches Preseason Poll was released on Thursday afternoon.

  • Luke Nail - Week 7 First Down Friday Night MVP

    Madison Academy QB threw three touchdown passes and ran for another score in the Mustangs' 40-7 victory over Madison County.

  • Pistons fans cheer Eminem, boo Kid Rock at home opener

    The Detroit Pistons played their opening home game Wednesday night at Little Caesars Arena to a crowd that included Eminem and Kid Rock. The two Michigan musicians are among the most politically vocal, although on opposite sides of the spectrum.

  • Havoc set 2017-18 roster; prepare for season opener

    Huntsville Havoc General Manager and Head Coach Glenn Detulleo announced the season opening roster today as the club prepares to open the 2017-2018 season against the Macon Mayhem in Georgia.

  • 2017 SEC Men's Basketball Media Day Recap

    Controversy surrounds the college basketball world as the FBI continues to investigate serious claims against several programs including Auburn and Alabama.  Both of those teams were in the hot seat today here in the Music City for SEC Basketball Media Day.



  • WZDX Huntsville - RocketCityNow
  • RocketCityNow
  • RocketCityNow - WZDX FOX54 Mobile App