The search for a missing Huntsville man has stretched on for six days without a shred of evidence as to Kevin Gray’s whereabouts.
Mayor Maddox talks about whether or not he would run for higher office.
Alabama has the 4th highest childhood obesity rate in the country. That roughly translates into 9 overweight children for every classroom. But Tuscaloosa City schools and Brown Bag PR are teaming up to do something about it with the “You’re It!” campaign.
A Tuscaloosa law firm gave students at Alberta Elementary School bike helmets to help them in the event of severe weather.
Central High School will divide into six learning communities, each with a different curriculum to help students become better prepared for either college or a career.
Police in Tuscaloosa arrested a 21-year-old on a theft charge following an incident in a Dollar General parking lot Sunday evening.
A growing model of health care has now come to Tuscaloosa.
The four women, who were working as escorts, were found by officer with the Tuscaloosa Police Department Code Enforcement Division using a host of websites.
Parent Night at the Tuscaloosa Career and Technology Academy will begin Thursday at 5:30 p.m.
For three years, the Wings of Grace Disaster Relief Center in Tuscaloosa has helped storm survivors. Now, they’re helping prom dreams come true.
Police in Tuscaloosa arrested a man on sex-related charges for the second time in a month and the third time in several years.
Local charities need your help to make ends meet this year but you can get something out of it too, wine and food!
A three-year investigation in Tuscaloosa resulted in an arrest of a man believed to be responsible for being a major supplier of steroids in Tuscaloosa County and surrounding areas.11
Another crop of students are looking to the future to decide their next step – should they pursue a career or enter college?
Trial is on hold for the man accused of opening fire inside a Tuscaloosa bar.
There is an ongoing investigation into a debit card theft and Tuscaloosa Police are asking for your help.
Joab Thomas, who served as president of the University of Alabama for seven years in the 1980s, died Monday at age 81, officials said
The City of Tuscaloosa is moving forward with plans to install more red light cameras.