Howdy, everyone! I'm your friendly neighborhood print journalist-turned-digital aficionado. I graduated from The University of Alabama (roll ALL the tides) with a BA in Communication and Information Sciences in 2020. In college, I was the Editor-in-Chief of the semiweekly student newspaper, The Crimson White, whose third-ever Pacemaker Award was won under our staff. I moonlighted as a digital reporter for WVUA 23 News, West Alabama's only commercial television station, which is housed in the one and only Bryant-Denny Stadium. After a quick four-month quarantine stint in my hometown of Huntsville, Alabama, I emerged from the abysmal job market with a gig at Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa as its newest Digital Managing Editor. In my free time, you can find me reading biographies on the Kennedy family, spending entirely too much money on overpriced iced coffee, and spoiling my 3-year-old cat, Cleo. Follow me on Twitter for terrible jokes, Crimson Tide/Washington D.C. sports love and the occasional reminder to save the bees, plant more trees and clean the seas.
Free Summer Movie Series Coming to Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Free Movies Downtown at Sundown will be a six-week event where the Tuscaloosa community can gather in the plaza to enjoy a family-friendly film, free of charge.
Hotdoggers Visit Tuscaloosa to Recruit New Wienermobile Drivers
The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile is in town recruiting hotdoggers – the company's punniest, most enthusiastic Wienermobile drivers – for a yearlong gig driving the iconic automobile across the country.
Road Conditions: Monday, Feb. 15, 2021
Here is a running list of road conditions and areas to avoid for the week of Feb. 15-19, 2021.
School Closings for the Week of Feb. 15-19, 2021
Ahead of severe winter weather, here is a list of school closings and delays for the week of Feb. 15-19, 2021.
More of McFarland Closed After Coal Truck Overturns
Crews have blocked off entry to all eastbound lanes of McFarland Boulevard from the Skyland intersection.
Citizens Urged to Take Tuscaloosa Transit Survey
Tuscaloosa municipal leaders are seeking the community's input regarding public transportation in the Druid City.
UA, City Partner to Create Automated Blight-Detection Project
The University of Alabama is teaming up with the City of Tuscaloosa to target and improve areas of the city that have been forgotten and neglected.
UPDATE: Suspect in Custody after Shooting at Links Apartments
Several dozen units have responded and we are working to learn more about the situation.
BREAKING: Bill O’Brien Confirmed As New Alabama OC
The University of Alabama's football Twitter account announced the news late Thursday afternoon, finally clearing up weeks of speculation as to who would lead the Crimson Tide's offensive line.
Damage, Debris Left After Wild Championship Celebration
After a dynamite 18th National Championship win for the Alabama Crimson Tide, revelers flooded The Strip near the university to commemorate the win with a raucous time.