I’m Tuscaloosa born and bred and couldn’t imagine living anywhere that doesn’t include ‘Roll Tide’ as a standard salutation. I began my career in radio in 1997 as an account executive before becoming a morning show host in 2006. I met my husband Perry, who works in law enforcement, while being arrested on suspicion of robbing a bank. Not really. We met at the lake through a mutual friend and have been married for fifteen years. Together we have three beautiful boys (one whom I must share with my good friend and his ex-wife), two doggies, four cats and seven ducks. In addition to spending time with my family, my passions are reading, exploring and photographing abandoned buildings, genealogy research and gaming.
Tuscaloosa Honor Flight Saluting Veterans This Wednesday
This Wednesday, the Honor Flight Network will depart the Tuscaloosa Regional Airport at 5:30 am carrying our country's most heroic citizens to visit Washington D.C.
Sam Jackson’s Closing After 102 Years
After 102 years of doing business in Tuscaloosa, Sam Jackson's Gifts is closing it's doors.
Tuscaloosa Tornado Survivor Describes Being Inside The Funnel Cloud
University of Alabama student Randy Robbins was in the direct path of the tornado and was among the walking injured who made their way to DCH Regional Hospital.
Tuscaloosa’s First City Fest Happened In 1985
In 1985, Tuscaloosa hosted it's first City Fest in downtown empty parking lot that is now home to Embassy Suites.
Tuscaloosa Events Scheduled To Commemorate April 27th
This Wednesday marks five years since the destructive F4 tornado destroyed Tuscaloosa and several events are planned to commemorate the day our community was changed.
‘BBQ & Blues’ Coming Back To Tuscaloosa Regional Airport on April 30
Grab your aviators! BBQ and Blues is coming back to The Tuscaloosa Regional Airport on Saturday, April 30, 2016.
Tuscaloosa City School Employee Arrested For Sexual Contact With A Student
A Tuscaloosa City School employee has been arrested on five counts of having sexual conduct with students under the age of 19.
Tuscaloosa Park Destroyed By April 27 Tornado Nears Completion
The Tuscaloosa PARA park destroyed in the April 27, 2011 tornado is almost ready to re-open to the public!
What a Tuscaloosa Labor Day Parade Looked Like 50 Years Ago [VIDEO]
In 1964, the Tuscaloosa community was treated to a Labor Day parade on Greensboro Boulevard that included debutantes, marching bands and firemen repelling down the side of old City Hall.
See the 1938 Grand Opening of the Bama Theatre
Footage from the Bama Theater's grand opening in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on April 12, 1938 reveals an enthusiastic crowd eager to see 'Bringing Up Baby' and 'Donald Duck'.