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“This is going to change the livelihood of a lot of people who live and work in the 280 corridor.”
“Some people put them on the bus to take [the children] to Chelsea, so you’re looking at even an earlier commute,” Laughlin said. “I don’t want my children that far away. And I don’t want them on the bus for an hour.”
The viaduct off of 18th Street was lit up with mesmerizing colors and transitions.
Before construction could begin on downtown Tuscaloosa’s new Embassy Suites hotel, researchers had to do an archeological study of the site.
Athlon’s 2013 all sophomore team named T.J. Yeldon, and Amari Cooper among it’s first teamers.
The Crimson Tide are nominated for a second straight ESPY ‘Best Team’ Award.
When we think of post traumatic stress disorder, war veterans often come to mind. But PTSD isn’t limited to the military it’s a condition that impacts millions of Americans.
Auburn’s Jordan Price is leaving the Plains after freshman season and heading to La Salle.
High school prospects from around the state invited to participate in the NIKE Opening Camp.
Sculptor Elizabeth MacQueen is working to add her touch to history.
CBS 42′s Kaitlin McCulley explains why state drug investigation labs are swamped with about 30,000 cases waiting to be processed.
The plan includes deals with several creditors that will cut about $1.2 billion of the $3.1 billion worth of sewer debt.
These people were arrested in June 2013. They are innocent until proven guilty.
Artifacts found in an archaeological dig in Moundville
Investigators say a family member shot 36-year-old Joe Hayes in the chest.
In April, Alabaster’s City Council revived a 100-year-old state law.
Anyone who wishes to help can bring packages of bottled waters to Boutwell Auditorium from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.