Bryan Henry, WBRC FOX6 News

Bryan Henry


Birmingham, AL, United States

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Recent articles by Bryan:

Garbage piling up in a Cottondale neighborhood

Take a walk on Peterson Loop Road and you’ll find at least seven garbage cans filled to the brim, and homeowners are really getting fed up. → Read More

UA graduates prepare for hot job market

Based on what we learned, the graduating seniors shouldn’t have any problems finding a job. In the words of one job specialist the outlook is ‘great.’ → Read More

Tuscaloosa remembers fallen police heroes

For the first time in two years, Tuscaloosa County authorities remembered their fallen comrades in a special ceremony on May 5. The annual gathering was suspended for two years because of the COVID-19. → Read More

Six students make history at UA with Crossing Points program

On May 7, Colby Spangler and Maeghan DeLoach will receive a certificate in Occupational Studies, all part of the University of Alabama’s Crossing Points Program. → Read More

Ridesharing arrest in Lee Co. points to safety tips for drivers

The recent arrest of a ridesharing service driver brings awareness of what you should do before entering the vehicle. → Read More

To Ukraine With Love from one Tuscaloosa family

The children made $1,800 in sales and every single dime will be given to their church this weekend, which will send it to help someone in war-torn Ukraine. → Read More

‘Moments where hope seemed very fleeting’: Tuscaloosa mayor remembers April 27th

Mayor Maddox had just started his second term when the storm hit. The mayor knew his city would never be the same. → Read More

Veteran Tuscaloosa firefighter remembers ‘once-in-a-career’ event: April 27, 2011

April 27, 2011 - a day none of us in Alabama will forget. The day when a tornado carved out a nearly 6 mile path of destruction, now 11 years ago. → Read More

Stomach flu bug strikes West Alabama

In north Tuscaloosa Dr. Chris McGee is seeing anywhere from 10 to 12 patients a day, all coming in at Med Center North River. → Read More

Storm damaged homes, but not hope in Eutaw

We have a better picture now of just how many people were impacted. Some hard numbers today; 26 families were affected by the storm and that translates into 110 residents, all still staying at nearby hotels. → Read More

ALDOT says no worries with football traffic this fall

ALDOT is planning a major construction project at McFarland and University Boulevards in Tuscaloosa, and the project will start in the fall, just as the Crimson Tide begins its new football season. That doesn’t necessarily mean a traffic nightmare for home games. → Read More

Greene County neighborhood struck hard by tornado

A powerful storm swept through Greene County on Wednesday, April 13, 2022, causing significant damage to homes about a mile away from downtown Eutaw. Still, in the midst of all that damage, a great deal of thankfulness is permeating the neighborhood. → Read More

Sinkhole in Tuscaloosa wrecks car

Monday turned out to be a very bad day for a Tuscaloosa woman who ended up in a sinkhole. → Read More

Sinkhole in Tuscaloosa wrecks car

Monday turned out to be a very bad day for a Tuscaloosa woman who ended up in a sinkhole. → Read More

University of Alabama student demonstrates against Russian invasion of Ukraine in quiet way

The Russian invasion of Ukraine struck a chord with a University of Alabama student. In fact, if you were to take a drive through campus, you may find the young man staging a demonstration. → Read More

McFarland Mall comes down; developers look for future possibilities

What used to be McFarland Mall in Tuscaloosa is no more. Demolition crews have spent the last few days tearing down much of the mall, one that became a staple in the Tuscaloosa community for decades. → Read More

ALDOT to motorists: Respect the Zones

Work Zone Awareness Week begins Monday, April 11, 2022, a designation declared by the Alabama Department of Transportation for good reasons. → Read More

Striking miners rally in state park

There was a big time rally on Wednesday, April 6, 2022 in Tannehill State Park in McCalla, the site where a very large crowd of miners on strike demanded a pay raise and better working conditions a year after they walked off the job. → Read More

Train issues on 16th Street in Tuscaloosa

There is another train problem in our area, but this time it’s in west Alabama. The location is on 16th Street just around the corner from the Tuscaloosa County Jail. → Read More

Tornado no match for dome homes, contractor says

Unusual looking houses, shaped in odd ways, but the man who started it all says they were designed that way for a purpose - to protect us from strong tornadoes. → Read More