UA Trustees Approve Plan to Return to In-Person Classes This Fall
In a virtual meeting held on Zoom, Chancellor Fess St. John said the goal on the UA System is for its campuses to be the safest universities in America.
Tuscaloosa River Market, Amphitheater Will Require Visitors Wear Masks
Masks will also be required for anyone attending graduations held at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater this month. Three schools are planning ceremonies there in June.
Firefighters Respond to Blaze at Circle K and Hardees on Highway 69
Tuscaloosa firefighters were called to a two-alarm fire at the Circle K and Hardee's combo on Highway 69 South Tuesday afternoon.
Several Central Alabama Cities Declare Curfews After Riot Threats
Cities across Central Alabama announced emergency curfews Monday afternoon after receiving "credible threats" that violent riots were coming to their areas.
Tuscaloosa Police to Relax Enforcement of Window Tint Law After Backlash
The Tuscaloosa Police Department will relax its enforcement of state law that regulates how dark a driver's windows tint can be after facing community backlash.
PHOTOS: Unity Rules Tuscaloosa’s Peaceful Racial Justice Rally
Hundreds donned masks and braved high heat Sunday afternoon to join the Tuscaloosa Peaceful Racial Justice Rally outside the Federal Courthouse downtown.
‘Still Tide Together:’ UA President Reflects on Death of George Floyd, Racism
In his message to the University community, Bell stressed the Capstone's dedication to inclusivity and diversity and its condemnation of racism and prejudice.
Fate of Tuscaloosa’s Hollywood 16 Theater Unsure as Others Reopen
The future of Tuscaloosa's largest theatre is not clear, but there are several bad omens to be found about the fate of the cineplex.
Mayor Maddox Says He’s Not Ready to Re-institute a COIVD-19 Curfew Yet
"This comes down to what we do as individuals over the next few days and few weeks ahead of us," Maddox said.
Tuscaloosa Man Accuses Friend of Stealing Xanax, Shoots Him
The shot grazed the victim, but he was still taken to DCH Regional Medical Center, where he received several stitches for the wound.