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.
TPD: Teen Fired Shots Into Crowded Car After Girlfriend Kicked Him Out
The 17-year-old was charged with shooting into an occupied vehicle, a Class B felony. None of the three passengers were injured in the shooting.
Massive Family Entertainment Facility ‘Shindig’ Opens in Tuscaloosa
A spokesperson said the new state-of-the-art facility offers patrons blacklight golf, laser tag, bowling lanes, arcades and more, as well as a restaurant and bar inside.
Goodbye, Ruby Tuesday: Tuscaloosa Restaurant Closes Permanently
As establishments are allowed to reopen across the state, only the Cottondale Ruby Tuesday will return and the diner across the river will remain shuttered.
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Ivey Amends Order; Entertainment Venues, Athletic Activities & More to Re-Open
Governor Ivey announced the extension and amendment of her safer-at-home order Thursday afternoon, which will allow most businesses in the state to re-open and most activities to resume.
Doctor Discovers Pregnant 13-Year-Old, Cottondale Man Charged with Sex Crimes
A 30-year-old Cottondale man was charged with sex crimes after a 13-year-old girl was discovered to be pregnant earlier last week.
Will Tuscaloosa’s JCPenney Survive the Company’s Bankruptcy?
Since J.C. Penney Company, Inc. announced it was filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last week, questions and rumors about the future of local stores have swirled nationwide.
University of Alabama Names New Executive Vice President & Provost
In a press release, a University spokesperson said James T. Dalton, an academic, inventor and researcher, will fill the role left vacant by the departure of former provost Kevin Whitaker.