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Tuscaloosa City Schools to dismiss classes early

Tuscaloosa City Schools will dismiss classes early Monday because of the threat of severe weather. At 11:30 a.m., the system's high schools, the Alberta School of Performing Arts, the magnet middle and elementary schools, Success Prep, the S.T.A.R.S. Academy and Brewer-Porch will be dismissed. At no

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2018-03-19 15:43:40

The Weather Authority | Severe Weather Threat is on Track for Alabama Later Today, Tonight

CALM START: We have a few patches of light rain on radar this morning over the northern half of the state, but nothing heavy or widespread. The sky is mostly cloudy with temperatures in the upper 50s and low 60s. But, later today, parameters will come together for strong to severe thunderstorms. ENH

ABC 33/40 NEWS - 2018-03-19 05:25:09

After-school activities canceled because of storm threat

Tuscaloosa city and county schools have canceled all after-school activities Monday because of the threat of severe weather. According to the National Weather Service, Tuscaloosa County and most of central Alabama is in an enhanced risk for severe weather from 3 p.m. until 11 p.m. Monday. The storms

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2018-03-18 22:35:49

Person of interest sought in Tuscaloosa stabbing

Anyone with information regarding Lewis' location is asked to contact Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office at (205) 464-8690. (Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's office) Tuscaloosa authorities are searching for a 27-year-old person of interest in connection with a stabbing. Investigators responded to Eastern

ABC 33/40 NEWS - 2018-03-19 12:38:37

Man has house set on fire hours after stabbing

Authorities are looking for a suspect after a man was stabbed and his house set on fire early Saturday morning. Investigators were called to a residence in the 22000 block of Eastern Valley Road at 1:30 a.m. Saturday after learning a victim, 27, had been taken to the Green Pond Volunteer Fire Depart

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2018-03-19 18:24:15

Killer's parole hearing coming up in April

A Tuscaloosa County man serving a life sentence for killing a young disabled woman in 1980 is once again asking to be released from prison. The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles has refused to free Charles Michael Brewer, 66, several times since he was first arrested for killing Dianna Lynn Holla

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2018-03-19 01:30:00

ALDOT: Highway 69 lane additions starting this week

Work is expected to begin this week to add extra travel lanes to Alabama Highway 69 South between Maxwell Loop Road and Skyland Boulevard. Officials with the Alabama Department of Transportation's West Central Region said the construction will take place on Sundays through Thursdays between 7 p.m. a

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2018-03-19 18:33:04

2-year-old boy found in east Birmingham apartment pool, pronounced dead at hospital

An investigation is underway after a toddler drowned Saturday afternoon in an east Birmingham police. Birmingham firefighters and East Precinct police officers responded to the Oaks at Springville apartment complex on Earline Circle on a report of a possible child drowning, said Birmingham police Lt

AL.COM - 2018-03-17 23:38:14

Family asking for volunteers in search party for missing 17-year-old

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) - Saturday, family and friends of a missing 17-year-old will be searching the area where he was last seen five weeks ago. Daniel Rickett's family said he disappeared on Feb 8, one day after he had eye surgery. The family is asking for volunteers to help search areas in Founta


Defense rests in capital murder trial

The defense in the capital murder trial of Jeffery Sanders rested without calling any witnesses Friday, but maintained that he played no part in the brutal beating death of a disabled veteran who owed him more than $2,000 for crack cocaine. Defense attorney Daniel Pruet said Sanders "never set foot


German auto supplier opens $46.3 million plant in Alabama

WOODSTOCK, Ala. - MllerTech, a German auto supplier, has opened a $46.3 million plant in central Alabama. Company officials say 222 employees will be hired at the new supply plant by the end of 2019. Al.com reported the ribbon-cutting ceremony was held recently, just 16 months after the company anno

WINNIPEG FREE PRESS - 2018-03-18 19:27:40

THE MOM STOP: Packing requires expertise

I'm not sure when I became obsessive compulsive about packing - I'm certainly not overly organized about anything else in my life, outside of work. But when it comes to packing for any kind of overnight trip with three kids and a large dog in tow - it can put even the most attuned organizational sk

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2018-03-18 00:00:00

Man charged with rape in the 1st degree of 10-year-old child

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WIAT) - An undocumented immigrant has been arrested and charged with 1st degree rape of a 10-year-old child, Capt. Gary Hood with the Tuscaloosa Violent Crimes Unit tells CBS 42. 38-year-old Juan Vazquez Cornelio was arrested and charged with rape in the first degree after VCU inve


Neighbors educate their children after sexual assault

An illegal immigrant accused of sexually assaulting a child in Tuscaloosa put neighbors on edge. Juan Cornelio, 38, is charged with rape. Police told ABC 33/40 until the case is finished, immigration services will put a hold on moving forward to address his undocumented status. Neighbors said their

ABC 33/40 NEWS

Man charged with rape of a child in Tuscaloosa County

Tuscaloosa authorities say a 38-year-old is charged with first degree rape. Violent Crimes Unit investigators responded to a home on Rice Mine Road Friday morning to investigate a possible sexual assault of a 10-year-old. While there, investigators interviewed and arrested 38-year-old Juan Vazuez Co

ABC 33/40 NEWS

Slight risk of severe weather predicted Monday

Tuscaloosa County could experience severe weather beginning Monday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. Forecasters say Tuscaloosa County, along with all of central Alabama, has a slight risk of severe weather as a cold front pushes through the state around 1 p.m. Monday. The weathe


Capital murder trial focuses on denial, DNA

Jeffery Sanders repeatedly denied knowing anything about the death of Greta Johnson when he was first interviewed by investigators in 2012. He asked investigators dozens of times to administer a lie detector test that he said would prove he knew nothing about who killed the disabled veteran who owed


Police: Victim shot during dice game at Hodo Haven

A Tuscaloosa man is recovering after he was shot during a fight at a dice game. Police were called to Hodo Haven Apartments, 716 33rd St. E., at 10:30 p.m. Wednesday, said Tuscaloosa Violent Crimes Unit assistant commander Capt. Kip Hart. The victim, 20, had been transported to DCH Regional Medical


Tuscaloosa Pediatrics moving to north Tuscaloosa

Tuscaloosa Pediatrics is preparing to move from its Helen Keller Boulevard site into a new home. Dr. Megan McGiffert said work is underway on the clinic's new location behind Alabama Heart Care on Harkey Lane, just behind the McDonald's near the intersection of Rice Mine Road Northeast and New Water


Five things to do in Tuscaloosa this weekend

No. 1: Innisfree Irish Pub, 1925 University Blvd., will hold its annual "Kegs n' Eggs" celebration in honor of St. Patrick's Day, with breakfast, green beer, and specials on Guinness pints, Pot of Gold and Car Bomb drinks. The celebration, which begins at 6 a.m. Saturday, will also include bagpipes,