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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
Man sought after weekend stabbing, fire in Tuscaloosa County

Authorities are searching for a suspect after a man was stabbed Saturday morning and his house later set on fire while he was in the hospital. The Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office responded about 1:30 a.m. to the 22000 block of Eastern Valley Road on a report of a stabbing, said Tuscaloosa Violent Crimes Unit commander Capt.

Brantley Gilbert and Crew Safe After Bus Fire

The country artist posted a video of the fire on Instagram on Monday and assured fans that everyone was safe. He even joked about "adding pyro" to his performance.

Sorority suspended for scavenger hunt that university calls 'morally questionable'

A sorority at a university in Pennsylvania has been banned from the campus for more than two years after an investigation revealed that drugs, alcohol and sexual activity were part of a scavenger hunt run by the Greek organization, the university said. Alpha Chi Omega's Theta Chi chapter has lost its recognition from Lehigh University, which is about 60 miles north of Philadelphia, and will be banned from campus through May 2020, the university said in a statement to ABC News.

Suspect in theft of 2 firetrucks nabbed hiding in woman's closet

A man with a lengthy arrest history is back behind bars, accused in several thefts that included two trucks from a Tuscaloosa County volunteer fire department. Randall Colby Glascow, 32, is being held in the Tuscaloosa County Jail on $156,000 bond.

Alabama Football Film Room: Eyabi Anoma is Bama's latest blue chip pass rusher

Alabama has pulled in some highly-touted recruits from the Maryland/Northern Virginia/Washington, D.C. area. Eyabi Anoma joins players like Cyrus Jones , Jonathan Allen , Da'Shawn Hand, Terrell Lewis , Trevon Diggs , and others to leave the area for Tuscaloosa.

TPD arrest two in shooting, 1 charged with murder

Two men have been formally charged in connection with the murder of 25-year-old Mulove Deasvon Williams early Sunday morning. Tuscaloosa police responded to a shooting at Hay Court Apartments located in the 4200 block of 21st Street around 7 p.m. Saturday.

Parents of fatally stabbed Texas man fear suspect will escape justice in Tuscaloosa assault

A 22-year-old man under arrest in stabbing that took place outside a Tuscaloosa bar was involved in a strikingly similar case two years ago, but that fight ended in death. The parents of the young man killed in Lubbock in 2016 say they are shocked that it has happened again, and news of John Henry Allen's arrest has brought renewed grief, as well as concern.

Wilder: Me Beating Ortiz Better Than Joshua Stopping Klitschko

The unbeaten WBC heavyweight champion explained during a post-fight press conference early Sunday morning why coming back to knock out Luis Ortiz late Saturday night is a more remarkable achievement than Joshua getting off the canvas to beat Wladimir Klitschko by 11th-round technical knockout 10 months ago. Wilder survived severe trouble late in the seventh round to floor Ortiz twice in the 10th round and stopped his previously unbeaten opponent at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

'Meet the Author' series hosts Shores Wednesday

The Meet the Author series at Mississippi University for Women's Fant Memorial Library continues Wednesday with visiting writer and Tuscaloosa, Alabama-native Elizabeth Findley Shores from 5-7 p.m. Published by The University of Alabama Press in 2017, Shores' "Earline's Pink Party: The Social Rituals and Domestic Relics of a Southern Woman" sifts through the author's family's artifacts to understand Shores' grandmother's life in relation to Tuscaloosa's troubled racial history. The book set against a background of geography and culture explores the life of a small-city matron in this combination of biography, cultural analyses, social history and memoir.

Wilder Weighs in at Only 214 Pounds; Ortiz Comes in at 241

Wilder also came in at a significantly lower weight than he usually does. The 6-feet-7 Wilder weighed 214 pounds when he got on the New York State Athletic Commission's scale at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

McCalla families claim private sewer company is a racket

As Lindsay and Jonathan Davis settled into their new McCalla home last July, one of the first calls Lindsay Davis made was to Tannehill Sewer to transfer the bill into their name. By the end of a series of phone calls between Lindsay Davis and a customer service agent later that day, she and her husband were told they owed the private sewer company nearly $7,000.

Rondini family settles with UA following student's alleged sexual assault, suicide case

On the 2nd anniversary of her death, the University of Alabama reaches a settlement with the family of a former student who committed suicide after saying she'd been raped. The University of Alabama states that Michael and Cindy Rondini and UA have jointly announce the claims asserted by the Rondinis against the University have been resolved.

One arrested, one hospitalized after assault behind Tuscaloosa bar

Police were called to 2326 4th Street and learned the victim, 26, and the suspect John Henry Allen, 22, were involved in a physical fight. "During the fight, the victim realized he had been cut by the suspect, stopped fighting and went for help," said Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit commander Gary Hood.

Man killed, woman injured in Tuscaloosa County crash

A three-vehicle crash Friday on Interstate 20/59 near Tuscaloosa claimed one life and injured another, state troopers report. Lovell Baldwin Jr., 53, of York, was killed when the 1994 Honda Civic he was driving was struck by a 2013 Toyota Avalon driven by Daphne Violet Palmer, 30, of Tuscaloosa, according to a press release from the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency.

Robinson helps No. 19 Georgia women edge Tide 49-43, OT

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Volunteers to clean up Hurricane Creek

Creekkeeper John Wathen says Saturday's event is the longest-running volunteer cleanup in Alabama, during which people pick up trash, tires and other refuse from the creek and its campsites. The Tuscaloosa News reports the event begins at 8:30 a.m. with registration.

Toys R Us may close 200 more stores, reports indicate

The initial round of store closing sales begin in early February with the majority of stores ceasing operations by mid-April. Two Toys R Us stores in Alabama were originally set to close, which included the Summit location.

Tuscaloosa schools announce summer grant program

Spring Break hasn't even started yet and Tuscaloosa City Schools are already working to stop kids from having what's called a summer slide. "So, this is an opportunity for us to support those local community providers that are working in the summer space but also help them in their work with our students," said Lesley Bruiton, a spokeswoman for Tuscaloosa City Schools.

UPDATED: FBI, Trussville police investigating bank robbery

Trussville police are on the scene of a bank robbery at the PNC bank near Target on U.S. Highway 11, Sergeant Michael Bruce said. The robbery occurred at about 3 p.m. on Thursday.

It's Official: Enos, Kuligowski Join Alabama Football Coaching Staff; Early Enrollees

Two of the world's worst kept college football secrets were confirmed today when the University of Alabama officially announced the hirings of Dan Enos and Craig Kuligowski to round out the staff. Enos will serve as associate head coach and quarterbacks coach for the Crimson Tide, while Kuligowski will be an associate head coach and head up the defensive line.

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