I have been in radio since I was 17 and in high school. It has become a part of me at this point and I hope to always have it in my life in some way. I was born in Maryland, raised in Virginia and Mississippi, spent a wild year in Louisiana after high school and have since decided Alabama is the place I want to be. I enjoying spending time with my son and family, getting together with friends to watch Alabama football and I never miss a Washington Redskins game. I thoroughly enjoy group runs and have competed in 8 half marathons. Fundraising is close to my heart especially when it comes to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Over the years, I have taken part and helped to raise over $200,000 for the hospital. Recently I’ve become known as the “craft beer guy” around the station and even have the honor of having a beer named after me, the ‘Monk on the Radio’ Belgian Blonde from Band of Brothers Brewing Company.
Authentic Vietnamese Restaurant Coming to Tuscaloosa
Tuscaloosa residents have hundreds of choices when it comes to deciding what to eat, but until now, there have been no Vietnamese food options.
Alabama Troopers Investigating 9 Deaths over 4th of July Holiday
Alabama Law Enforcement (ALEA) say that seven of the individuals involved in traffic crashes over the July 4th holiday had one thing in common: No Seat Belts.
Bob’s Victory Grille in Midtown Village Closes
As the note taped to the door reads, "This location of Bob's Victory Grille will be closing its doors for the last time on Saturday, July 1st."
Tuscaloosa’s Most Wanted, Week of July 3rd
Each week, the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's office releases the names and info of three wanted individuals and they need our help locating them.
Tuscaloosa’s Most Wanted, Week of April 17th
Each week, the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s office releases the names and info of three wanted individuals and they need our help locating them.
Festival Brings Town Favorites & Not-Yet-Open Restaurants Together for Tasting
The West Alabama Food and Wine Festival will host its 5th Annual event on Thursday, April 27th at Tuscaloosa River Market to benefit West Alabama Red Cross.
New Online Map Shows Alabama Sewage Spills
Nine water protection groups from across the state have released an interactive map showing all of the sewage spills that were reported during 2016.
Tuscaloosa Restaurant to Host Humane Society of West Alabama Fundraiser
Miss Dots will host 'Dogs at Dots', a fundraiser benefiting the Humane Society of West Alabama on Saturday, April 29th from 11 am-3 pm.
Take a Look Back at the 2017 Tuscaloosa Half Marathon [PHOTOS]
On Saturday, March 4th, over a thousand runners took to the streets of T-Town for the 5th annual Tuscaloosa Half Marathon.
Gordo Woman Needs Prayers After Double Lung Transplant
22-year-old Libby Hankins received a double lung transplant in April of 2016 and is now battling for her life as her body is trying to reject them.