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Past articles by Jasmine:

Man killed in possible self-defense shooting, Tuscaloosa police say

The Tuscaloosa Violent Crimes Unit is investigating a possible self-defense shooting that killed a 43-year-old man Monday night in Tuscaloosa. → Read More

Tree-mendous: University of Alabama tree could earn championship designation

A Southern Magnolia tree on The University of Alabama campus may be declared the largest of its kind in the state. → Read More

Inaugural Bunny Trail to launch in downtown Northport this weekend

The nonprofit behind Tuscaloosa's Tinsel Trail will launch the Bunny Trail in downtown Northport. The trail will also host an egg hunt and more. → Read More

Tuscaloosa City Council approves retention bonuses for new police officers

Tuscaloosa Police Chief Brent Blankely said the bonuses will help his department hire the best from a shrinking pool of job candidates. → Read More

Stillman College awarded $2.7 million grant to improve campus technology

Stillman College President Cynthia Warrick said the grant will create a "transformational" improvement in the Tuscaloosa campus' broadband network. → Read More

A bluegrass celebration: Shelton State will host 2023 Fiddle Fest

The free event showcases local musicians with prize money awarded to best fiddlers, best guitar and banjo players and a buck dancing contest. → Read More

Investigator: Gun used in fatal shooting was exchanged in Brandon Miller's car

An investigator testified that Darius Miles and Michael Davis, the suspected gunmen, were in Brandon Miller's car before the Jan. 15 fatal shooting. → Read More

A 20-year-old man faces assault, DUI charges after Northport crash

A 20-year-old man faces assault and DUI charges after a crash critically injured one person and left two others with minor injuries Sunday morning. → Read More

Public invited to meet candidates for park and recreation executive director

Brian Davis of Vestavia Hills and Sean DePalma of Panama City, Florida, are candidates to lead the Tuscaloosa County Park and Recreation Authority → Read More

Wind, hail and tornadoes possible Thursday afternoon in Tuscaloosa

Severe weather on Thursday could bring tornadoes, hail and damaging winds up to 70 mph to the Tuscaloosa area. → Read More

Husband, wife killed in apparent murder-suicide in Tuscaloosa

Police believe Devin Levon Walker, 24, shot his wife, Bernice Etienne Walker, 24, before shooting himself. Both were found dead in their apartment. → Read More

Tuscaloosa woman aims to inspire next generation with Black history collection

People come to Valerie Hawkins' Tuscaloosa home to browse her Black history collection, get a history lesson or get help with a school assignment. → Read More

Tuscaloosa man faces multiple charges after police pursuit ended in shooting

Police say a 33-year-old man faces attempted murder and other charges after a pursuit led to an exchange of gunfire with officers Tuesday night. → Read More

Leaders emphasize plan to boost attendance in Tuscaloosa City Schools

Administrators say chronic absences are an early warning sign of academic risk and, if left unaddressed, can lead to students dropping out. → Read More

Investigation underway after officer-involved shooting in Tuscaloosa

Police say a domestic violence suspect crashed a car into a power pole. Authorities say shots were exchanged between the suspect and an officer. → Read More

'It feels humbling:' Tuscaloosa pays tribute to Richard Shelby for Senate work

Former U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby was honored Thursday night at the annual West Alabama Chamber of Commerce meeting and awards celebration. → Read More

Starkville-based coffee shop Strange Brew will open this weekend in Tuscaloosa

Strange Brew will be on the Strip near UA's campus. The menu features drinks like the Albino Squirrel, the Capt'n Crunch Latte and Sea Turtle Frappe → Read More

Princess Ball will bring dads and daughters together in Tuscaloosa

The Princess Ball, an annual father- daughter dance .will be held beginning at 5 p.m. Feb. 4 at the Bryant Conference Center. → Read More

Tuscaloosa Career and Technology Academy to host immersive open house

The Tuscaloosa Career and Technology Academy will host Mega WOW, an event where students and parents can learn about more career pathways. → Read More

Unity Day will bring a message of hope to Tuscaloosa, organizers say

Organizers in Tuscaloosa say Unity Day, a celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday. will bring attention to equality, injustice and racism. → Read More