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.
Tuscaloosa Fire Station to Host Santa for Cookies, Cocoa and Pictures Saturday
Tuscaloosa Fire Rescue will once again host Ol' Saint Nick this weekend as they bring back their Cookies, Cocoa and Pictures with Santa event for a second year.
Los Angeles Man Charged with Human Trafficking, Soliciting Porn from Child in Tuscaloosa
A registered sex offender from Los Angeles has been charged with a brace of felonies in Tuscaloosa, where police accuse him of human trafficking, soliciting pornography from a child and more.
Two-Vehicle Crash Kills Woman, Injures 2 Adults and Infant in Greene County
A woman was killed in a Thanksgiving wreck in Greene County that also injured two adults and an infant, State Troopers said Friday.
19-Year-Old Demopolis Man Dies in Marengo County Crash
A 19-year-old man was killed early Thanksgiving morning in a pre-dawn crash in Marengo County, state police report.
GRATEFUL FOR GROWTH: 50 Restaurants and Retailers Tuscaloosa Welcomed This Year
As we set aside all coverage but breaking news to celebrate with loved ones, here's a look at 50 restaurants and retailers who opened in the area or announced plans to this year.
Man Killed in Industrial Accident at Facility in West Alabama’s Moundville
A 65-year-old man was killed Tuesday morning in an industrial accident at a facility in the city of Moundville.
New Store Opening in Tuscaloosa Shopping Center on Black Friday
A new store is opening this week in Tuscaloosa in time to welcome the rush of shoppers headed to Midtown Village on Black Friday.
Tuscaloosa City Staff Presents 10-Year, 3-Phase Plan to Upgrade Amphitheater
Staff at the city of Tuscaloosa presented a new 10-year, three-phase plan to upgrade the newly rebranded Mercedes-Benz Amphitheater.
City of Tuscaloosa To Stop Taking Plastic Film for Recycling
The city of Tuscaloosa will no longer accept plastic film to be recycled, meaning residents will need to begin throwing away grocery bags, dry-cleaning bags, cereal-box liners and more.
Man Missing in Tuscaloosa County Found Dead, No Signs of Foul Play
A Tuscaloosa County man missing since last Thursday has been found dead in a wooded area and police do not suspect foul play.