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About: tuscaloosa, alabama

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
Some roads closed in Tuscaloosa Friday as triathlon begins

The City of Tuscaloosa will host top collegiate triathletes from across the country Friday and Saturday for the USA Triathlon's Collegiate Club and High School National Championships. Due to the event, certain roads and areas will be closed.

Tuscaloosa Metro Animal Shelter could see upgrades soon

The first phase of this project would mean transforming an old correction building into an extension of the Metro Animal shelter using a corridor to connect the two. "The more people we can attract the more people that can come well the higher the adoption potential will be," said Earp.

Women work to save feral cats in Tuscaloosa

McKenzie Diaz and Jennifer Fouroux went door to door to save the lives of feral cats living in the wild in the west Alabama. They asked store owners in Downtown Northport if the could hang posters to raise awareness of the plight of feral cats here.

Two lawyers found dead in Alabama lake

Two lawyers were electrocuted to death in a freak accident while sunbathing on a pier in Alabama, according to police. Shelly Darling, 34, and 41-year-old Elizabeth Whipple were electrocuted by a current running through the pier they were sunbathing on Friday.

Steele named AOAa s Optometric Educator of the Year

The American Optometric Association has named Dr. Elizabeth Steele, Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs at the UAB School of Optometry, its Optometric Educator of the Year. Steele will be honored as the recipient of the 2017 Optometric Educator Award for her "outstanding service on behalf of the profession, optometric education and the visual welfare of the public," according to the AOA , which is recognized as one of the leading authorities in optometry.

What is electric shock drowning? Family of teen killed in Alabama lake warns about shock danger

Nearly a year after a 15-year-old Alabama girl was killed by electric shock drowning, two women died in Lake Tuscaloosa this past weekend. Shelly Darling, 34, and Elizabeth Whipple, 41 were found dead in the lake early Saturday morning after they were reported missing by family members.

Tuscaloosa police seize illegal gaming machines, phone card machine

Lt. Teena Richardson said Monday morning around 8:30 a.m. the department's Code Enforcement Division conducted the search at a building in the 8100 block of Old Marion Road.

Stillman College Faces Uncertain Future

Stillman College, a historically black school in Tuscaloosa, Ala., didn't run out of cash on Saturday as the interim president had warned could happen, but the school's financial future remains precarious.

Police: 2 women found dead in Lake Tuscaloosa

Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit Capt. Kip Hart tells local news media that 41-year-old Elizabeth Whipple and 34-year-old Shelly Darling were found in Lake Tuscaloosa early Saturday.

Gallian-Buttram

Molly Emmaline Gallian, daughter of Karen Hanson of Vinemont, Ala. and James Scott Buttram V, son of Renee and Robert Pennington of Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Alabama DB Deionte Thompson suspect in Crystal Beach assault

Alabama defensive back Deionte Thompson bows his head and kneels at the end zone before an NCAA college football game against Kent State, Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016, in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Employees at the Northport Chic-fil-A restaurant.

Four franchise Chick-fil-A restaurants in Tuscaloosa and Northport will hold a Career Day Thursday, April 13 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Open interviews will be conducted for a variety of positions. Not only are the locations aiming to increase their work force by 10 percent, but they are also reporting a serious shortfall in the pool of potential workers.

Man wanted for breaking into ex-girlfriend's Tuscaloosa home, threatening to burn it down

According to Capt. K.T. Hart with the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit, police responded to a home in the 900 block of 36th Avenue Wednesday night around 6 p.m. after receiving a call about a possible arson.

Family, friends of teen killed at Cottondale party wash cars to pay for his funeral

Family and friends are fighting to pay for a funeral for the Tuscaloosa County teen shot to death at a birthday party over the weekend. They're trying to raise money to lay their loved one, 19-year-old Christopher Champion, to rest the right way.

4 new chances to catch Kenny Chesney this summer

Despite taking the summer off from his typical tour season, Kenny Chesney has announced four more chances for his fans to get in their douse of "Summertime". In addition to a few appearances at select festivals and two shows at Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts, Chesney announced four additional concerts this week.

ID theft case reveals vulnerability of state's court website

A man used Alabama's publicly accessible online court records to steal the identities of dozens of people and open bogus accounts, highlighting the system's vulnerability to identity thieves, federal prosecutors said. Brian Colby Alexander is accused of obtaining names, birth dates and Social Security numbers of about 43 people from Alacourt.com, the state's website for trial court records.

Roy Exum: A State's Steel Magnolia

If I've said it once I've said it 1,000 times. In times of crisis, keep your mouth shut.

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