16-year-old Charged with Murder after West End Shootout
At least four young people exchanged gunfire Tuesday, leading to the death of 22-year-old Darrieon Dees.
Coal Mining Operation to Bring $500 Million, 350 New Jobs to Tuscaloosa County
The new facility will be built on Brandon School Road, and construction is set to begin on March 1. Operations are expected to begin in Spring 2025.
Police Identify Tuesday Shooting Victim, Investigation Continues
Hart said the VCU is still working to question witnesses who were in the area yesterday, and as of Wednesday morning, no one has been charged with the killing.
Starkville’s Favorite ‘Biscuit Shop’ to Move to Northport in April
The Biscuit Shop sells more than 40 varieties of southern-style biscuits and rolls and also ships frozen biscuits all over the US.
Brent Blankley Named Tuscaloosa’s New Chief of Police
The appointment is contingent on confirmation from the seven-member city council and Blankley will formally take the reins on March 3rd.
Chamber Honors Tuscaloosa Leaders During Annual Ceremony
The Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama honored some of the Tuscaloosa area's foremost business and community leaders during their annual celebration Thursday night.
Today is the Last Day to Tell Airliners You Want Commercial Flights in Tuscaloosa!
Without input from Tuscaloosa residents, the status quo is sure to stay the same and the city will continue to miss out on the convenience of local commercial flights.
Duo Accused of Reporting Two Fake Robberies to Pull Police Away from Pursuit
A Cottondale woman and Vance man are accused of calling in two fake robberies to pull police away from a pursuit that began in Bibb County and ended in Tuscaloosa County last month.
Tuscaloosa Narrows Search for Police Chief to Two Local Candidates
The two candidates will attend a question and answer session with current TPD officers next week before going before the search committee later that day for the second round of interviews.
Marengo County Storm Victims Identified, Meteorologist Stunned by Destruction
Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa's News Director Don Hartley reports that the deceased victim, Anita Rembert, was a Demopolis City Schools substitute teacher.