Over 1,000 runners of all ages gathered in downtown Tuscaloosa Saturday to participate in the town’s inaugural Half Marathon, which raised money to help rebuild school libraries and playgrounds in the Tuscaloosa area.
As the University of Alabama approaches its 50th anniversary of desegregation, the family members of key players involved in the stand in the schoolhouse door journey to UA in remembrance of the past as they look to the future.
Members of Cottondale’s Church of Christ raise concerns over a new Mexican restaurant selling alcohol on Wednesday and Sunday.
With the help of five students from the University of Alabama, an anti-bullying campaign is making a splash in Tuscaloosa City Schools by encouraging students to take a stand against bullying.
A drug bust, on and off the campus of the University of Alabama, leaves 61 students arrested. Judy Bonner, president of UA, vows to work with students and parents to address the issue of drug abuse on and off campus.
The University of Alabama’s Telecommunication and Film Department team up with Creative Campus to present a documentary television show that features artists from Alabama.
In the wake of Pope Benedict XVI announcing his resignation as pontiff, Catholics voice their opinions about the pope’s decision and the future of the Catholic Church.
As students crowd into the gym to fulfill their New Year’s resolutions, staff members say they don’t expect the crowds to last long.
A local nonprofit organization plans to bring a dog park with an artistic and educational twist to the Tuscaloosa area.
Monopoly introduces a new token to the game and makes Monopoly Gold Edition, featuring all old and new tokens, available to the public.