Hi! Yah, I'm that guy from Baaastan, Mass. I've been known to paaahk my caaah in Haaahvad Yaaahd. Haha. As I look back at what I just wrote, it looks like I'm trying to talk as if I were a sheep or something. Maybe it will read as a Boston accent to you, maybe. Anyway, proud to be living in America's College Sports Mecca, Tucaloosa, AL! Wow, that sounds impressive. People use the Title Town label quite a bit, how about America's College Sports Mecca?! Give a listen to B101.7 in the afternoon between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., that's where you'll hear me! Thanks for all the support T-Town (or America's College Sports Mecca), I love ya! Feel free to hook up with me by email or Facebook. Roll Tide!
Monthly Tuscaloosa County Tornado Siren Test on Wednesday
A heads up, if you hear tornado sirens sound around Tuscaloosa County during the lunch hour on Wednesday (September 7th), let it be known that it is only a test.
Free FEMA App Offers Severe Weather Alerts, Tips and More
Be severe weather ready with the free app from FEMA. It's really a one stop shop with tips, tools and severe weather alerts. You get it all in one place for free.
Saying Goodbye to a Tuscaloosa Radio Legend, Eddie Mack
It was truly a heavy day on my heart as the longtime afternoon host on 790 WTSK and Tuscaloosa radio legend Eddie Mack passed away.
Baton Rouge Officers Shot near Police Headquarters
Three officers have been shot Sunday morning around 9 a.m. near their Baton Rouge, Louisiana headquarters, according to a report from WBRZ-TV.
The City of Tuscaloosa Adding Dumpster Locations for Busy Back to School Period
The City of Tuscaloosa is temporarily extending some service hours and placing additional dumpsters to meet increased demand as college students return for the fall semester.
Registration Open for Tuscaloosa’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s on October 15th
Registration is now open for the Walk to End Alzheimer's happening at Medeiros Park in Tuscaloosa on Saturday, October 15th.
Tuscaloosa’s Mayor Maddox Signs Law Allowing Uber and Lyft to Operate
After months of anticipation, finally companies like Uber and Lyft will be allowed to operate in Tuscaloosa, as Mayor Maddox signs it into law.
Tuscaloosa Metro Animal Shelter Hosting ‘Bark-B-Q’ at Snow Hinton Park
Mark your calendar for Saturday, July 9th for the first ever Bark-B-Q at Snow Hinton Park from 1 until 4, an event hosted by Tuscaloosa Metro Animal Shelter.
PHOTOS: Lemonade Day Tuscaloosa a Huge Hit with Kids All Around Town Setting up Stands
We've gathered up photos for an album from our travels around Tuscaloosa and Northport on Lemonade Day featuring the many stands set up and run by kids!
Alabama Student Tests Positive for Zika Virus
A University of Alabama student who studied abroad has tested positive for the Zika virus.