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Emily Enfinger


Tuscaloosa, AL, United States

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Past articles by Emily:

A Centreville mystery: Who killed Sandra Lockett Huckleberry and why?

Sandra Lockett Huckleberry was found fatally stabbed in her home in October 2014. Her family still seeks justice and answers. → Read More

Woman accused of stabbing family member multiple times at Tuscaloosa apartment complex

A 20-year-old woman was recently charged after she was accused of stabbing a family member multiple times. → Read More

Tuscaloosa man indicted with attempted murder, assault in Hay Court apartment shooting

A Tuscaloosa man who is accused of shooting a man at Hay Court apartments in April was indicted on charges of attempted murder and assault. → Read More

"Thoughts and prayers continue': Tuscaloosa VA Medical Center mourns loss of Dr. Gary Cohen

Tuscaloosa VA Medical Center released a statement following reports that the body of Dr. Gary Cohen has been recovered in the Surfside condo collapse. → Read More

Two-vehicle crash claims life of 41-year-old Eutaw resident

A 41-year-old Eutaw resident died Tuesday night in a two-vehicle crash that happened about a mile north of Eutaw. → Read More

Northport woman killed in a head-on collision

A 36-year-old Northport woman died in a two-vehicle, head-on crash Monday evening. → Read More

Meet the woman who makes collars, bandanas for Tuscaloosa Metro Animal Shelter

If you see a dog wearing a hand-sewn collar or bandana in the Tuscaloosa area, there's a good chance that the wear was made in Mary Calhoun's kitchen. → Read More

Two accused in capital murder case plead not guilty in 2019 fatal shooting, robbery

Two men accused in the shooting death and robbery of 34-year-old Jarvis Hudson both pleaded not guilty on Wednesday. → Read More

Case of attempted murder at Hay Court apartments to be reviewed by grand jury

A Tuscaloosa man who is accused of shooting a man at Hay Court apartments in April will have his case reviewed by a grand jury. → Read More

Alabama troopers investigate three deadly vehicle crashes Monday in surrounding counties

Three people, whose ages range from 22 to 63, died in separate vehicle crashes Monday in Dallas, Wilcox, and Marengo counties. → Read More

Tuscaloosa City Schools is hiring teachers; virtual open house to be held Thursday

Tuscaloosa City Schools is looking to hire teachers to fill a variety of positions and will be holding a virtual open house this week for interested candidates. → Read More

John England Jr. honored for lifetime achievement by Tuscaloosa SCLC

Retired Judge John England Jr. was presented with the 2021 Drum Major for Justice Lifetime Achievement Award on Sunday. → Read More

Tuscaloosa County teen indicted on manslaughter, assault charges in 2020 vehicle crash

A Tuscaloosa County teen is facing manslaughter and assault charges relating to a 2020 vehicle crash that resulted in the death of a teen passenger. → Read More

Puppy saved from house fire by Tuscaloosa Fire Rescue

Tuscaloosa Fire Rescue firefighters were able to safely find and rescue a puppy from a house fire Wednesday afternoon. → Read More

University of Alabama student's anti-bullying children's book dedicated to Birmingham girl

UA student Noelia Voigt has used her passion for writing to create an anti-bullying children's book as one of her many efforts to raise awareness. → Read More

What to know about the mural inside the new Homewood Suites in downtown Tuscaloosa

Hand-chiseled from plaster and layered onto brick, an image of Denny Chimes has found a home inside the lobby of a new hotel in downtown Tuscaloosa. → Read More

Woman killed in two-vehicle crash identified as 50-year-old Tuscaloosa resident

The woman who was killed in a two-vehicle crash over the weekend has been identified by police as 50-year-old Karen Smith Barr of Tuscaloosa. → Read More

Two people injured in shooting at a Tuscaloosa Motel 6

An investigation is underway after two people were injured early Tuesday in a shooting at a Tuscaloosa Motel 6. → Read More

Storm brought rainfall at furious pace in Tuscaloosa, mayor says

The Tuscaloosa Amphitheater rain gauge recorded 7.84 inches of rain as Tropical Depression Claudette made its way through Alabama, Mayor Walt Maddox said. → Read More

Water line failures found; water conservation order remains in effect while repairs are made

Waterline failures were found Sunday afternoon but the water conservation order remains in effect as permanent repairs are made. → Read More