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Tuscaloosa PD release bodycam video of woman’s arrest circulating on social media
TUSCALOOSA, AL (WBRC) -Tuscaloosa police have released video from an officer’s bodycam following the arrest of a 22-year-old woman. The video might be disturbing to some. It contains foul language and disturbing images.
Governor Ivey announces major transportation project for Tuscaloosa County
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WIAT) -– The following was released from the office of Governor Kay Ivey:. Governor Kay Ivey on Monday announced that the Alabama Department of Transportation is purchasing the right of way for the expansion of McFarland Boulevard (US 82) in Tuscaloosa from State Route 69 to Rice M
Neighbors talking about the an elderly Tuscaloosa woman attacked by dogs
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WIAT)-An 82 year old woman is recovering at the hospital after being attacked Monday by four Pit Bull dogs. The incident happened in the Carriage Heights neighborhood. 82 year old Peggy Shattuck sustained many bite injuries as a result of being attacked by the dogs.
2 Alabama corrections officers arrested on drug charges
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Two corrections officers in south Alabama have been arrested on drug charges. According to the Alabama Department of Corrections, 25-year-old Darryl Jerome Bradley was arrested over the weekend for attempting to smuggle illegal contraband into Station Correction Facility in Elmore
The ‘nooch is loose: Alabama’s Sucarnoochee River flows free after dam removal
After almost 40 years of being restricted by a concrete and steel dam, the Sucarnoochee River in west Alabama is flowing free again. The Sucarnoochee, or “the ‘nooch,” as locals call it, now flows unimpeded from headwaters in east Mississippi about 50 miles through Sumter County before joining the T
Alabama Man Who Noticed Elderly Woman Eating Alone Invited Her To Dine With Him And His Friends
After Jamario Howard found out that the unidentified woman was widowed, he invited her to share a meal with him and his friends. It often doesn’t take a lot to be kind to something, and Jamario Howard and his friends proved that when they invited an elderly woman they saw eating alone to dine with t
Photo of 3 Alabama men who kept widow company at restaurant goes viral
A photograph showing three men dining at an Alabama restaurant with a newly widowed woman they had just met on April 18, which happened to be the day before her would-be 60th anniversary, has gone viral.
Earthquake detected in Alabama for second straight day
For the second straight day, a small earthquake has been detected in Alabama, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Instruments detected a magnitude 2.5 earthquake in central Alabama near the metro Birmingham area about 1:36 a.m. Wednesday, the USGS said.
Senate Judiciary committee passes Alabama medical marijuana bill
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - The Alabama Senate Judiciary committee approved a bill allowing people with certain conditions to use medical cannabis, also known as medical marijuana.
Former sports anchor sues Alabama TV station for discrimination, fraud
A former Montgomery television sports anchor is suing the TV station he worked for over racial discrimination and breach of contract, claiming at least one colleague made sexist remarks and racial jokes regarding his Spanish heritage.
Former Tannehill Park director indicted in theft from historic foundation
A Vestavia Hills woman arrested last year on charges she stole tens of thousands of dollars from a service league has now been indicted on felony ethics and theft charges. Stacey Ingram Green, a former director at Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park, surrendered to the Tuscaloosa County Sherif
Alabama Ninth-Grader Dies by Suicide After He Was Bullied for Being Gay: 'He Was Full of Light'
An Alabama teen, who has been described as being “full of light,” tragically took his own life after constant homophobic bullying. His mother, Camika Shelby, says she’s still “shocked.”
Video of officers in Alabama hitting woman investigated
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – An Alabama police department is investigating a video of an arrest that shows two Tuscaloosa police officers punching and using a baton to hit a woman during a traffic stop.
The Latest: Alabama police chief 'disgusted' by arrest video
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The Latest on a videotaped arrest by Alabama police (all times local):. An Alabama police chief says he's "disgusted" by a video recording showing an officer threatening and cursing a woman during a traffic stop that turned violent.
Lottery in Alabama? Will it finally happen? Here’s what you need to know
Alabama voters could soon have their say on a statewide lottery. Here’s what you need to know about the latest chapter in the long – and complicated – history of efforts to bring a lottery to Alabama.
Expect major lane closures in Tuscaloosa this weekend
TUSCALOOSA, AL (WBRC) -You can expect some delays around Tuscaloosa this weekend. There are some lane closures that started to take place Tuesday night and more are coming up this week.
Druid City Living Teacher of the Month: Kim Davis, Tuscaloosa County High School
According to Kim Davis, learning a new language not only opens doors to new opportunities, it makes life more fun. By teaching French to the students at Tuscaloosa County High School for eight years, she’s seen a lot of both, and she’s discovered the key to engaging learners – reading.
Coach Saban is back at work…already
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Just days after having hip replacement surgery, Coach Nick Saban is back to work. The University of Alabama Football department tweeted this picture of Saban this morning saying “Can’t slow down a.
Small earthquake near Tuscaloosa detected by USGS
A small earthquake in rural west Alabama near Tuscaloosa was detected on Tuesday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The quake was measured as a 2.6 magnitude. The earthquake was unusually near the earth's surface for tremblors in Alabama.
SLOWE COOKING: Have I got a deal for you
The time has come for me to begin to separate myself from some of the more than 700 cookbooks that line my shelves. I have cookbooks that are old, new and in between, and on every topic from appetizers to vegetables. I have local cookbooks, Southern cookbooks, ethnic cookbooks, slow cooker cookbooks