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Posted Sunday, February 22, 2015 by WLRH News

updated 6:22PM 2/26/15   FIND National Weather Service WEATHER INFO HERE

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Alabama A&M University - no information

Albertville City Schools - closed Friday

Arab City Schools - closed Friday

Athens City Schools -  3 hour delay Friday

Athens State University - open 10am Friday

Boaz City Schools - closed Friday

Calhoun Community College - no information

Colbert County Schools -  2 hour delay Friday

Cullman City Schools - closed Friday

Cullman County Schools - closed Friday

Decatur City Schools - closed Friday

DeKalb County Schools - closed Friday

Etowah County Schools - closed Friday

Fayetteville TN Schools - no information

Fort Payne City Schools - closed Friday

Guntersville City Schools - closed Friday

Hartselle City  Schools - nclosed Friday

Huntsville City Schools - open regular schedule Friday

Jackson County AL Schools - closed Friday

Lawrence County AL Schools - closed Friday

Lawrence County TN Schools - no information

Limestone County Schools - 2 hour delay Friday

Lincoln County TN Schools - 2 hour delay Friday

Madison City Schools - 2 hour delay Friday

Madison County Schools - 2 hour delay Friday

Marshall County Schools -  closed Friday

Morgan County Schools -  closed Friday

Oakwood University - no information

Randolph School - no information

Russellville City Schools - closed Friday

Scottsboro City Schools - no information

University of Alabama in Huntsville - no information

Wallace State Community College - no information

You can double-check our list of school delays and closings ...  from WHNT and from WAFF

  • Jay Austin's tiny house in Washington, D.C., has 10-foot ceilings, a loft bed over the bathroom and a galley-style kitchen.

    Posted Thursday, February 26, 2015 by NPR News

    Single people represent the fastest growing category of households in the U.S. That's made small dwellings — from micro-apartments to stand-alone tiny houses, a big force in the real estate market.

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Arab youths dissatisfied with the present are looking longingly to the past, and Islam's glory days. That, and a dearth of opportunities, says Jordanian politician Rula Alhroob, make ISIS attractive.

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A panel of nutrition experts recommends a diet lower in meat in part because it's better for the Earth. But the meat industry says environmental policy doesn't belong in nutrition guidelines.

A pair of llamas were on the run in Sun City, Ariz., for about an hour.

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Park Han-chul (center) president of South Korea's Constitutional Court, sits with other judges prior to the ruling on the country's adultery law Thursday in Seoul.

The country's Constitutional Court voted 7-2 to abolish a 1953 law that made adultery a crime punishable by up to two years in prison.

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The artist, who uses public spaces for his often-provocative murals, posted images of art created in the Gaza Strip, along with a two-minute video of life in the Palestinian territory.



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