Salutations, y'all! I'm Meg Summers, an Alabama girl who's been back home in Tuscaloosa since 2009. I've been in radio since my college days (go WKU Hilltopppers!), so you could say music is my life. When I'm not managing Alt 1017, I'm ordering crap I don't need online or looking at stupid memes on my phone. I love college football, sweet tea, supporting local businesses, and pie. I think The Avenue Pub has the best cheeseburger in Tuscaloosa, and I will physically fight you if you disagree. I've seen 'The Big Lebowski' at least a thousand times, but my heart belongs to 'Almost Famous.' It's all happening--well, at least middays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Jefferson County School System Shares Roadmap for Parents Detailing 2020-2021 Academic Opt…
The Jefferson County School System shared its first draft of a plan for the new school year in the midst of the novel Coronavirus pandemic.
6 Surprising Things You Can Buy Tax-Free During Alabama’s Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday
Check out our list of the six surprising things you can buy sales tax-free during Alabama's Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday July 17-July 19.
Did You Know One of Alabama’s Most Prolific Serial Killers Lived in Tuscaloosa?
Jeremy Bryan Jones currently resides on Death Row at the WC Holman Correctional Facility in Atmore, Alabama but the cold-blooded killer who has been called a "Low-Rent Ted Bundy" had a brief here tenure in Tuscaloosa.
Sanitary Sewer Overflow Affects Rum Creek, Cypress Creek in Tuscaloosa
The City of Tuscaloosa says the overflow is ongoing at the 31st Avenue East and 47th Street East, flowing into an unnamed tributary of Rum Creek which flows into Cypress Creek.
Alabama Department of Education Announces Plan to Provide Students, Staff, and Teachers wi…
Alabama Department of Education is making plans to ensure the safety of students and staff by providing them with face masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Tuscaloosa Police Hosting New ‘Popsicles with Police’ Event
Children have a new opportunity to connect with local law enforcement officers as the Tuscaloosa Police Department kicks off its "Popsicles with Police" event today.
Heavy Rainfall Causes Flooding Issues in Tuscaloosa
Storms yesterday evening brought a deluge to Tuscaloosa, resulting in flooding issues throughout the city.
City of Tuscaloosa to Distribute Free Face Coverings July 8 and July 9
The City of Tuscaloosa has planned two additional face covering giveaways to ensure its residents meet the requirements of its new mask mandate.
Three Surprising Places to Buy Face Masks in Tuscaloosa
Looking to find a face mask? Check out three surprising places you can purchase a face covering right here in Tuscaloosa.
University of Alabama Faculty, Staff, and Students Express Concern Over Returning to Campu…
A new organization is expressing concern over the University of Alabama's plan for students, staff, and faculty to return to campus.