A lifelong Alabama resident, Stephen has spent 12 years reporting for various media outlets in the Tuscaloosa area, including stints at the Crimson White, the Birmingham News and AL.com, the Tuscaloosa News and more before joining the team at Townsquare Media, where he now serves as the editor-in-chief of the Tuscaloosa Thread.
Mechanical Difficulties Delay Start of Tuscaloosa’s Holidays on the Plaza
The launch of Tuscaloosa's Holidays on the Plaza ice skating rink has been postponed because of mechanical difficulties, the city announced Monday afternoon.
State Releases Autopsy Report of NFL Player Who Died in Police Custody in West Alabama
A formal autopsy blames heart disease for the death of Glenn Foster, Jr., the former NFL player who died in police custody in West Alabama almost a year ago.
3 Places for Soccer Fans to Watch World Cup Matches In and Around Tuscaloosa, Alabama
The college football season may be winding down, but on the other side of the planet, 7,500 miles from Tuscaloosa, the 2022 FIFA World Cup is just getting started in Qatar.
Woman Shot in Tuscaloosa Friday Morning, Suspect Identified but At Large
Police in Tuscaloosa are searching for a suspect after a woman was shot on Greensboro Avenue early Friday morning.
Tuscaloosa Police Charge Man With Murder of Infant Son
Police in Tuscaloosa have charged a 29-year-old man with capital murder after his 5-month-old son died Thursday morning.
BREAKING: Demopolis Police Critically Injure Robbery Suspect in Thursday Gunfight
A robbery suspect was critically wounded by police in Demopolis Thursday after he allegedly opened fire on officers attempting to arrest him.
First-Ever Holiday ‘Retail Trail’ Open House Coming to Downtown Tuscaloosa Next Week
Downtown Tuscaloosa restaurants and stores will be showcased next Monday during the first-ever Retail Trail open house when the Tinsel Trail opens in Government Plaza.
Tuscaloosa County to Vote on Raising Property Taxes to Fund Schools in Special Election
Voters will head to the ballot boxes early next year for a special election on whether to raise taxes to support the Tuscaloosa County School System.
University of Alabama Faculty OKs New, Smaller Core Curriculum
Faculty at the University of Alabama voted to adopt a new general education core curriculum that will give undergraduates more flexibility to study topics that matter to them.
Superintendent: Progress Being Made at Three ‘Failing’ Tuscaloosa City Schools
Steps are already being taken to improve performance at three "failing" Tuscaloosa City Schools, superintendent Mike Daria said Monday.