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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
AL: Tuscaloosa Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Will Host Annual Training Session

Feb. 20--The Tuscaloosa Area Metropolitan Planning Organization will hold its annual training session at noon March 8 at the offices of the West Alabama Regional Commission, 4200 Highway 69 N., Northport. No meal will be served.

Alabama's top linebacker targets in 2018 class

With Alabama's 2017 recruiting class signed and in the books, it's time to get familiar with a new batch of prospects. has been providing position-by-position looks at Alabama's top targets in the 2018 recruiting cycle.

Half mil house budget?

A historic home with lots of character, a beach house with beautiful views and a modern new construction, all for around the same price. This is what you get for between $409,000 and $449,000 in Montgomery, Gulf Shores and Tuscaloosa.

Lester Cotton arrested for Second-Degree Possession of Marijuana: Analysis

In the first story of the offseason, of what is hopefully not a trend before Labor Day, an Alabama football player was arrested for second degree possession of marijuana. Today's offender is Lester Cotton.

US heavyweight boxer wins court case in unanimous decision

A Manhattan federal jury found in his favor Monday as the World Boxing Council champion tries to secure a $5 million payday for a fight that never happened against a Russian heavyweight challenger. The 31-year-old Tuscaloosa, Alabama, boxer was not in court when the nine-person jury returned its verdict after brief deliberations.

Lawmaker concerned with delayed special election for AL Senator seat

After appointing Luther Strange to the seat, Governor Robert Bentley expressed that the special election to find a permanent replacement for the position would be held during the 2018 general election. According to Representative Chris England , this is a crystal clear violation of a law.

Alabama football player arrested after traffic stop

Lester Cotton, a starter for part of last season, was pulled over at 11 p.m. Friday on marijuana possession charges, Tuscaloosa police confirmed Monday morning. Officers smelled marijuana during the traffic stop at the corner of Hackberry Lane and Bryant Drive.

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Responds to Leftist Thugs Who Blocked Her From Entering DC School

In January of 1963, Democrat Governor George Wallace of Alabama famously blocked the door to keep blacks from enrolling at the University of Alabama on June 11, 1963, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Fast forward to 2017 On Friday Democrat protesters blocked Betsy DeVos, a school choice proponent from entering a public school in Washington DC.

Travel ban cripples scientific community

Demonstrators chant and wave signs as they march beside University Blvd. at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Ala., to support an open campus and oppose the travel ban imposed by President Donald Trump Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017. Last month, Ali Abdhi, an Iranian Ph.D. student of anthropology at Yale University visited Afghanistan to do research and was prohibited from reentering the United States, despite holding an active green card, The Atlantic reported last month.

First US Bancshares, Inc. Reports Fourth Quarter and Year-End Results

First US Bancshares, Inc. today reported a net loss of $0.1 million, or $0.02 per diluted common share, for the quarter ended December 31, 2016, compared to net income of $0.4 million, or $0.07 per diluted common share, for the fourth quarter of 2015. The loss was driven by an increase in the allowance for loan losses at the Company's banking subsidiary, First US Bank .

Woman charged in boyfriend's murder tortured, bit malnourished baby, police say

A 25-year-old woman awaiting trial for murder is now charged with aggravated child abuse after an infant child was found with human bite marks, and suffering from malnutrition. A Tuscaloosa County grand jury indicted Dazray Nevels Feb. 1, according to court records made public Friday.

Fight on travel ban on hold; appeals court sides with states

Allie Morgan, a University of Colorado graduate student, is among dozens of people at a travel ban protest at the University of Colorado in Boulder on Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017. About two dozen people participate in a travel ban protest at the University of Colorado in Boulder on Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017.

The old dogs that leave paw prints on our souls

I don't like to think about it, but Sappho is getting old. It didn't seem that long ago that my wife and I bought her out of the back of a pickup truck in the Walmart parking lot in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Members of the media line outside the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of...

Members of the media line outside the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals building in San Francisco on Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017. A federal appeals court refused Thursday to reinstate President Donald Trump's ban on travelers from seven predominantly Muslim nations, dealing another legal setback to the new administration's immigration policy.

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Professor Fran O'Neal holds a sign during a gathering at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Ala., to support an open campus and oppose the travel ban imposed by President Donald Trump Thursday, Feb.9, 2017. SAN FRANCISCO - A federal appeals court refused Thursday to reinstate President Donald Trump's ban on travelers from seven predominantly Muslim nations.

Man killed by girlfriend's ex-boyfriend remembered as kind, compassionate

Alex Bedwell, pictured with his former fiance, was shot to death in a dispute over a woman. He is being remembered as kind, compassionate and sentimental.

Man sought in holdup at Tuscaloosa ATM now behind bars

Jeremy Cortez Hutton, 29, was taking into custody with the help of the Greene County Sheriff's Office, said Tuscaloosa police Lt. Teena Richardson.

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