The suspect, Roderick Gholston, allegedly fired two shots into the victim’s vehicle and left before police arrived.
A car accident on Interstate 59 near mile marker 83 caused multiple injuries Monday afternoon.
When we last caught up with the Riverbend Community in Moundville, they were anticipating that the flood waters from last week’s storms would recede towards the weekend and that they would go back to life on land.
A two-month investigation by the West Alabama Narcotics Task Force led to the seizure of 4,500 packets of synthetic marijuana known as “Spice,” and over $550,000 in cash made from sales.
Tuscaloosa police responded to a home invasion call on Pinbrook Lane and found the homeowner holding 21-year-old Daniel Pearman at gunpoint.
Mount Olive Baptist Church sustained roof and water damage last Monday.
The new $60 million performing arts center to be constructed by the University of Alabama on the Bryce Hospital grounds is planned as a state-of-the-art venue for the Department of Theatre and Dance.
University of Alabama junior linebacker Dillon Lee was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol in Tuscaloosa.
The Coca-Cola Foundation is helping some students who are the first in their family to attend college.
Officials at Stillman College in west Tuscaloosa say furloughs are being implemented to avoid staff layoffs.
An elderly western Alabama man has pleaded guilty in the death of a former tenant, and will spend nearly 15 years on probation.
Monday’s heavy rains and high winds caused damage in numerous areas of Central Alabama. For one family in Elrod, Alabama, the storm damaged their home, damaging their porch.
Authorities say charges have been filed against a man accused of pouring hot grease on his girlfriend while she was asleep.
Letters from a church bulletin board were blown off by strong winds and were scattered all over the parking lot.
A Tuscaloosa man has been sentenced to life in prison in the 2012 stabbing death of his blind aunt.
Tuscaloosa County Homicide Unit spokesperson Sgt. Dale Phillips says the Tuscaloosa County Grand Jury indicted KiAnthony Davis, 22, in the death of Shakevia Washington’s unborn child.
Too many animals are being put down, and that’s one of the primary complaints that the Tuscaloosa County commissioners are hearing.
Passenger train service could be a thing of the past in cities like Tuscaloosa unless Congress approves additional funding.