Improving Jobs Picture Gives reason for Hope, for Now!
June unemployment figures in Alabama give reason for optimism. Alabama Department of Labor Secretary Fitzgerald Washington announced today (Friday) that Alabama’s preliminary, seasonally adjusted June unemployment rate is 7.5%
57 Years Ago Two Black Youth Challenged George Wallace and Won
As voices raise and people march for racial justice a watershed moment in civil rights is being marked by the University of Alabama today.
Memorial Day Could Be More than a Day at the Beach
Large crowds and packed beaches translate into dollars for restaurants, hotel and motel proprietors, condo owners and amusement operators and possible a conduit for COVID-19.
New UA App to Help Officers Interact with Mentally Ill
“Many of our officers aren’t prepared to communicate with people who may be suicidal, or high on drugs, like opioids" according to Dr. Hee Yun Lee at UA.
Tuscaloosa County Congressional Reps Split Heroes Act Vote
West Alabama Democrat Congresswoman Terri Sewell was the only member of the state’s Republican dominated U.S. House delegation to vote for Heroes Act.