I was born in Chicago, IL but moved to rural Aliceville, AL before fate landed me in the City of Champions. I can be heard during the midday, sometimes speaking with eloquence and professionalism. But every now and then, I have to "bring it on home," and you'd swear you were talking to a cousin or good friend. I have no problem making fun of myself, giving compliments, or saying what most people are thinking. That's just me!
Runners Prepare for the Krispy Kreme Challenge in Tuscaloosa
Not only are they running approximately 2 miles to instantly gain 2 pounds in consumption, but they'll then run 2 more miles!
Freaky Friday at Tumbling Tides is the Best Sitter Service in Tuscaloosa
If you ever want to have an adult night out but have trouble finding a sitter, you should definitely consider Tuscaloosa Tumbling Tides's "Freaky Friday."
Fewer Commercials on WTUG this Afternoon; MetroPCS has Taken Over
MetroPCS has taken over our radio station!
UA Center and Extension System to Provide Reading Kits to 23 Black Belt Schools
The University of Alabama Center for Economic Development has announced a partnership with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System to promote the National Education Association’s Read Across America Day by providing Dr. Seuss-themed reading kits to 23 schools in eight counties withi…
Tuscaloosa Police to Play Against Minor League Basketball Team
Tuscaloosa Titans, part of the North American Basketball League, is having an exhibition community relations basketball game against the Tuscaloosa Police Department.
Be Tuscaloosa Whataburger’s First in Line and Win Free Food for a Year
Ahead of its Tuscaloosa Grand Opening, Whataburger is going to choose one winner of free Whataburger for a year and other awesome prizes!
Pretty Brown Girl Club 88 Plans to Build Little Community Libraries, Annual Celebration Fe…
If you have a daughter between the ages of 8 and 18, and you want to reaffirm her significance, there is no better way to do it in West Alabama than with the Pretty Brown Girl Club 88.
Jireh Said She Doesn’t Want to Do Gymnastics Anymore
Everybody who knows Jireh knows how much she LOVES gymnastics. She began classes as soon as she was old enough (2), and Jireh has ALWAYS wanted to go to class. It was the highlight of her week! But now, she wants to give it up.
Women and Gender Resource Center Provides Toiletries for Inmate Mothers
Today is the last day of the Women and Gender Resource Center’s toiletry drive!
Building Program Creates Work Opportunities for West Alabama Residents
The Ollie Washington Pre-Apprentice Construction Class teaches various trades related to building, renovations, and repairs. The class is completely free for its students, but registration is required.