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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.
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
Longtime Tuscaloosa Physician Roy White Dies
Suzanne White Wilson still holds onto a piece of advice her father gave her when she was 13 years old. Wilson was devastated after failing a tryout to be a cheerleader at Eastwood Middle School.VIDEO: More than 100 shots fired during fight in Tuscaloosa parking deck
An incident that started as a fight between two girls in a Tuscaloosa parking deck quickly escalated when people began firing guns, police said. According to police spokesman captain Kip Hart, the incident occurred on July 23 at around 11:30 p.m. in a parking deck at 2330 Jack Warner Parkway on he northern edge of downtown Tuscaloosa.Walk from Northport to Birmingham in support of children with cancer to begin Friday evening
Beginning Friday at 6 p.m., a group will set out on The Walk of Hope, from Northport to Birmingham, as a way to raise money and awareness for the fight against childhood cancer. Northport Firefighter Manuel Jimenez, the organizer of the walk, and Tuscaloosa Firefighter Alexander Cameron both plan to make the 64 mile walk wearing firefighter gear.13 Alabama players generating buzz during fall camp
Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts works through drills during Alabama's spring football scrimmage, Saturday, April 8, 2017, at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Vasha Huntemail@example.com Here are some players who have stood out to this point of camp based on what I've been hearing : Though he's still listed at the same weight he was last year, Brown has dropped weight, has improved from a conditioning standpoint and continues to grow as a player.Wilder: I'm Not Scared to Fight 'The Boogeyman' Luis Ortiz
His handlers are working to arrange an optional defense of his WBC heavyweight title against Ortiz for that night at Brooklyn's Barclays Center. An agreement cannot be completed, however, until the WBC reaches a resolution with former champion Bermane Stiverne, the mandatory challenger for Wilder's title.It's football season -- almost
I've had several friends say it recently: "It's almost football season." Are you kidding? It's 120 degrees and you want to talk football.More than 100 shots fired in Tuscaloosa parking deck during fight between 2 females; suspects sought
Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit is trying to identify at least one person of interest after more than 100 shots were fired atop a parking deck in late July. Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit is trying to identify at least one person of interest after more than 100 shots were fired atop a parking deck in late July.Krispy Kreme's new 'eclipse' donut, Archibald's ribs top AL.com business news
Krispy Kreme is taking the solar eclipse seriously. The doughnut chain announced today it will be offering chocolate glazed doughnuts Monday, Aug. 21 in the U.S. and Canada.On Your Side Investigation: The Missing Piece
Tuscaloosa Police are asking for your help to give them the one missing piece of the puzzle that will help them solve who killed a Cottondale man known for helping strangers. "Man I help everyone around here--always someone stopping wanting to use the phone, gas or whatever."Forensic sciences no friend of suspect twice busted by DNA, footprint, police say
A 22-year-old man already facing multiple felony charges after he - and his footprint - were found at a crime scene is now jailed in another city, again because of advances in forensic sciences. Hoover police on Monday announced the arrest of Joshua Lee Ginn on a charge of unlawful breaking and entering of a motor vehicle.Dance studio at Bryant High School.
Ahead of the start of school Tuesday, Tuscaloosa City Schools says students and families can expect some changes and new initiatives across the system this year. Construction projects continue as part of the system's strategic plan.Young man ejected, killed in Sunday-night Tuscaloosa crash
Officers responded about 7:30 p.m. to a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of University Boulevard and Veterans Memorial Parkway, said Lt. Teena Richardson.Scrapbook
Fourth- and fifth-grade students in Pack 91 from Annunciation of the Lord Catholic Church in Decatur attended Webelos Resident Camp at Camp Comer in Mentone on July 23-25. From left to right: Jake Klauber, Wyatt Klauber, Jan Flores, Jalen Fontaine, Bryce Carroll, George Youngblood, Matthew Kimmett and Brennen Bowling.Alabama teen charged in shooting death to be tried as adult
The 19-year-old Moundville teenager pleaded not guilty to the murder of 21-year-old Germario Bobo at an arraignment Friday in Tuscaloosa County Circuit Court. The Tuscaloosa News reports the defendant was 17 at the time of his arrest.New Gallery at APSU launches inaugural exhibition "Jamey Grimes: Eclipse"
The New Gallery, with support from the Austin Peay State University Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts and the APSU Department of Art + Design, will present Jamey Grimes: Eclipse , to kick off the department's 2017-18 exhibition season. "With the first exhibition in the new gallery space in the new Art + Design building, I began thinking about space as a primary art element," Michael Dickins, APSU director of galleries, said.Tuscaloosa police warn businesses about credit card scammers
In Tuscaloosa from now until about next January is a peak shopping time for retailers because of back to school and football season. When stores are busy and the lines are long, it's very easy to miss if the person buying the product is who they say they are, listed on the credit card.Wilder Challenges Joshua to Fight Him November 11 in Las Vegas
In the video directed at Joshua and promoter Eddie Hearn, Wilder said he is willing to face Joshua in what would be a huge heavyweight championship unification fight November 11 in Las Vegas. England's Joshua thought he was headed toward a rematch with Wladimir Klitschko that night at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, but the 41-year-old Klitschko announced his retirement Thursday.
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