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Located on the Black Warrior River, it is best known as being the home to the University of Alabama which was founded in 1831. While the University is still the economic driver for the area, many small and large companies have set up shop in the area including BFGoodrich, JVC and recently Mercedes Benz.

Population: 90221
Local Newspapers: Tuscaloosa News
Local Sports Teams: University of Alabama (Crimson Tide)
Local Colleges: University of Alabama

Zip Codes associated with tuscaloosa, alabama: 35401 35404 35405 35406 35444 35453 35456 35473 35475 35546
Towns/Cities near tuscaloosa, alabama : Northport Holt Brookwood Coaling Duncanville Coker Cottondale

Tuscaloosa News
Woman pleads guilty to robbing Yoakum bank with ... 25 minutes ago A...

Marina Michelle Pulmano, 22, of Tuscaloosa, Ala., was charged with robbing the Prosperity Bank in Yoakum on Sept. 22, 2016, according to a news release by the U.S. Attorney's Office.

Walt Maddox unveils lottery plan in Tuscaloosa

Standing outside the elementary school he attended, Tuscaloosa Mayor and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Walt Maddox detailed his state lottery proposal that he said would generate $300 million in revenue for education. "I am 45 years old, and my entire life we have been 45th, 46th, 47th and higher in everything that matters, including education," Maddox said of the state outside of Northington Elementary School, where he was among the first class of Kindergarteners to attend the school and his mother taught for 24 years.

No Regrets: Gymnast Mackenzie Brannan suffers career-ending injury in practice

Tide senior gymnast Mackenzie Brannan suffered a terrible injury in practice over the weekend, blowing out her Achilles tendon on Sunday. Brannan, one of the Tide's specialists on the uneven bars and beam, had also seen time as an all-arounder during her Alabama career.

'Armed and dangerous' suspect sought after firing shots during argument

Police are searching for a 30-year-old Tuscaloosa man they say opened fire on another man during an argument Thursday afternoon. The Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit identified the suspect as Arsenio Dwayne Thomas.

Free legal help for Veterans Friday in Tuscaloosa

The Tuscaloosa VA Medical Center is teaming up with the University of Alabama School of Law and Tuscaloosa County Bar Association to host a free legal clinic on February 16, in the Sports Atrium of Bldg. 137, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Lawyers will provide free legal advice and legal representation may be available for those who qualify.

Studying Arms Race between Bacteria, Viruses Brings CAREER Award

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - Researchers at The University of Alabama hope to better understand how bacteria and viruses battle each other and, in the process, devise new strategies to combat antibiotic-resistant infections.

Man wanted in Holt HS basketball player's death caught at Tuscaloosa motel

The man authorities say killed a Holt High School basketball player who was defending his sister is now in custody. Donald Kenneth Robertson was arrested without incident at the Master's Economy Inn on McFarland Boulevard around 12:30 a.m. after investigators received tips concerning his whereabouts.

Reuben Foster meets with 49ers officials, a no quick resolution expecteda [report]

Foster was released on Sunday evening after posting $75,000 bail, and met with the 49ers for the first time since the incident on Monday, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Following the meeting, the team is reportedly going through a "fact-finding process," with "no quick resolution" to be expected.

Alabama races to 78-50 win over streaking No. 15 Tennessee

The Crimson Tide thoroughly dominated the Volunteers around the basket and cashed in on a n You've more than likely heard of Korean barbecue, but until you've tried it, you really don't know what you're missing. TUSCALOOSA, Ala.

City discusses 90-day trial period for Go Cup ordinance

The Starkville Board of Aldermen discussed the possible Go Cup ordinance in a work session designated for drafting a resolution. The board agreed to move forward with a 90-day trial period to see how the ordinance will work in Starkville.

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Ravens CB Marlon Humphrey receives a phone charger in the mail

Marlon Humphrey is coming off of a solid rookie season. However, his offseason did not get off to a great start.

Where Bama's Class of 2018 Recruits Come From

Alabama may have only signed 20 players in this year's class; but they come from 12 different states, four more than last year's class. Florida, Louisiana, South Carolina, and Alabama all contributed multiple recruits.

Loved ones of Tuscaloosa baby murdered come together following fight

Loved ones of 1-year old Kandice Cabbil who was allegedly killed by her dad are speaking out for the first time. A fight broke out at her funeral.

Tuscaloosa reports 4 sanitary sewer spills

The spills happened at a lift station near Cherrystone Circle, a lift station near Keenes Mill Road, a lift station near Jack Warner Parkway and in the 4400 block on Kauloosa Avenue. "Those in the affected areas should exercise caution cause there could be, could be health risks associated with water contaminated in the area," Jarrod Milligan told WBRC.

Porsche is making a $7.4 billion bet on electric cars - and Tesla should be nervous

The money will go towards the development of the Porsche Mission E, electrification of existing models, charging infrastructure, and facilities updates. The Stuttgart, Germany-based sports car giant announced on Monday its plan to spend a 6 billion by 2022 to develop a lineup of electrified cars.

Whataburger planning second Tuscaloosa location, to hire 100

The restaurant chain announced that the new location is currently under construction and plans to open, weather permitting, this summer at 13th Street and McFarland Boulevard. "Whataburger is excited to bring more flavor to Crimson Tide fans with the opening of our second restaurant, open 24 hours a day, seven days a week," Whataburger Director of Operations John Attra said in a statement.

The Thing With Margot, by Timothy Best

Margot Laurent seems like the perfect girl next door. She likes romantic movies, baking, decorating, listens to chirpy love songs, and she never uses foul language because she thinks it's unladylike.

Colby De'Wayne Daniel Lewis

Tuscaloosa Metro Homicide investigators have made an arrest in a rape reported near the University of Alabama campus more than a year ago. Colby De'Wayne Daniel Lewis, 19, of Demopolis, was arrested Tuesday and charged with Burglary I, Rape I, and Sodomy I. He is being held in the Tuscaloosa County Jail A release from the homicide unit says new information developed over the past two days lead them to the suspect.

Transgender woman reveals attempted rape ordeal

'I got used to how men treated me as a man': Transgender woman details how a guy tried to rape her on her first date as a female, as she opens up about the brutal realities of transitioning She always knew from a young age she was a girl but repressed her feelings after other children and her brother laughed at her When Zoe was 20 she started dating her first girlfriend who was transgender and started coming to terms with her gender identity 'I had thought I might be female when I was very young, but when I talked about it the other kids at my school or my brother just laughed at me, so I thought I was crazy and pushed it down for many years,' she explained.

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