Sgt. Dale Phillips says Perry was eventually found inside his car. He says it appears his vehicle had driven off the roadway, into the woods and hit a tree.
It was the second building that was hit and destroyed in Tuscaloosa on April 27th. In a matter of seconds, 78% of the Environmental Service Department’s fleet was rendered useless or destroyed at a time when they were needed the most. Today, they proudly unveiled their new facility almost three years to the day after the storm.
A Russian delegation got a taste of southern hospitality in Tuscaloosa on Monday. The group visited the RISE school and the students put on a big show to welcome their guests.
Monday night, the city of Tuscaloosa will kick off a week’s worth of programs commemorating the 3rd anniversary of the April 27 tornado, a storm that destroyed 12 percent of the city and cost 7,000 people their jobs. City officials say the daily events leading up to this Sunday are focused on how the city is moving forward and building back.
The city of Tuscaloosa has planned several events to celebrate the lives of those lost on April 27th and to demonstrate how the city is rebuilding stronger.
Alabama had a rather laid back practice on Thursday just wearing shirt and shorts. Although it was a laid back Nick Saban did have a message to his players about buckling up in the classroom.
The victim of a single-car crash in Tuscaloosa Saturday died Wednesday at UAB Hospital, according to Sgt. Steve Jarrett with the Alabama Department of Public Safety.
People in Tuscaloosa have a chance to speak with Mayor Walt Maddox on Thursday. It’s the latest in his series of town hall meetings, called “Mayor’s Night Out.”
Tornadoes ravaged Tuscaloosa on April 27, 2011. But what many of us forget is that another tornado hit the city just 12 days prior to that storm.
A number of new job opportunities will soon be available for people in Tuscaloosa County.
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.
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.