I’m Tuscaloosa born and bred and couldn’t imagine living anywhere that doesn’t include ‘Roll Tide’ as a standard salutation. I began my career in radio in 1997 as an account executive before becoming a morning show host in 2006. I met my husband Perry, who works in law enforcement, while being arrested on suspicion of robbing a bank. Not really. We met at the lake through a mutual friend and have been married for fifteen years. Together we have three beautiful boys (one whom I must share with my good friend and his ex-wife), two doggies, four cats and seven ducks. In addition to spending time with my family, my passions are reading, exploring and photographing abandoned buildings, genealogy research and gaming.
Five Tuscaloosa Schools Competing In Bassmaster High School National Championship
Students from four Tuscaloosa schools will compete this beginning today to reel in the biggest fish of them all: the Bassmaster High School National Championship trophy.
Pulling For Tyler Benefit Garden Tractor Pull On August 20th
Tyler Barnes is a young man from Fayette, Alabama who is battling Cystic Fibrosis and the Syrup City Pullers have organized an event to show him how much the community is pulling for him.
Tuscaloosa Woman Raises Thousands For K-9 Officers
Molly Whitehead is a patriot who delivered a $2,400 check to Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office Friday to help protect dogs in the department's canine unit.
Cursive Writing Now Mandatory In Alabama Schools
Beginning August 1st, Alabama schools will be required to teach cursive handwriting to students by the end of third grade.
‘Southern Mama’ Coming To Bama Theater in Tuscaloosa
“Southern Momma” has taken over a southern corner of the internet, racking up millions of views imitating the things he heard growing up in Gadsden, Alabama and he's coming to Tuscaloosa. Darren Knight credits his experiences growing up in Alabama that inspired his character, “Darlene" who has generated millions of views on Facebook and YouTube in the last year...
Tuscaloosa Shows Support For Law Enforcement Officers
Local Tuscaloosa businesses worked together to create a Law Enforcement Appreciation Day in response to the recent police shootings. Event organizer Tonya Perry said, ‘My husband suggested the idea of showing our appreciation and support after the shooting of the police officers in Texas...
Tuscaloosa Company Offering Tours For Pokemon Go Players
Pokemon Go is taking over the world including Tuscaloosa and one local business is making catching them all a little bit easier.
Alabama State Trooper Delivers Baby On I-59 In Tuscaloosa
An Alabama State Trooper was working a crash site on I-59 in Tuscaloosa County when a motorist reached out for help for a passenger in active labor.
Tuscaloosa Businesses Host Law Enforcement Appreciation Day
Tuscaloosa Memorial Chapel Funeral Home & Crematory is partnering with local businesses to host a Law Enforcement Appreciation Day on Tuesday, July 19th.
Dead Sharks Wash Up On Alabama Beach
This weekend, dozens of sharks washed up on a beach in Mobile, Alabama.