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Recent articles by Kelvin:

Seminar organized to address crime in Tuscaloosa

People organizing an upcoming community meeting hope to build off past success to address problems in happening new places there. → Read More

City of Tuscaloosa temporarily halts new short term rentals

The city of Tuscaloosa is not granting any new short--term rentals for the next few months. City Councilors called for a pause in the process after getting complaints from neighborhoods and being overrun with requests from some property owners to turn their houses into short term rental properties. → Read More

National Weather Service offers free storm spotter class

SKYWARN training is free to anyone interested in weather and weather preparedness. → Read More

Li-Cycle hosts grand opening supports electric vehicle industry

As Alabama’s electric vehicle industry continues to grow, a company new to the state hosted the grand opening ceremony for its battery recycling plant Li-Cycle. → Read More

New mentoring program for Tuscaloosa County incarcerated youth

Kids held on criminal charges in Tuscaloosa have a new outlet to share their thoughts and feelings. → Read More

Tuscaloosa VA Medical Center offers suicide prevention services

In 2020, 152 Alabama veterans committed suicide. → Read More

3-year-old child attacked by dog in Aliceville

A 3 year-old child was attacked by a dog in Aliceville. The police chief says the child “suffered severe injuries to their head.” → Read More

Tuscaloosa City Schools address unfounded security threats

Parents in Tuscaloosa want answers after three Tuscaloosa city schools dealt with 3 threats in less than a week. → Read More

Mercedes Benz needs more workers to keep pace with the growing electric vehicle market

Mercedes’ push to hire new employees started Monday. This online virtual hiring event runs from September 19th through the 23rd. → Read More

West Ala. Human Trafficking Task Force works with group from Africa

A group of dignitaries from Africa came to West Alabama to Tuscaloosa to find answers on how to identify human trafficking and save victims in their countries. → Read More

Consignment sale for children returns to Tuscaloosa

The Little Lambs consignment sale is now through Saturday. → Read More

United Way of West Alabama fundraiser underway

Organizers set a goal to raise $4.375 million. That money will be spread out through numerous non-profits that support people in need and certain causes. → Read More

Tuscaloosa mayor meets with county commissioners on Saban Center, events center

Mayor Maddox met with the Tuscaloosa County Commission to move forward with plans for the Saban Discovery Center and an event center. → Read More

Lear hosts hiring event Thursday in Tuscaloosa

Lear wants to hire around 80 people for entry level manufacturing positions. → Read More

Empty the Shelters promotes pet adoptions

It’s part of a national effort to find homes for adoptable animals and ease some of the stress at shelters bursting at the seems with cats and dogs. → Read More

Automated gates added to Moundville Archeological Park

The University of Alabama owns the park and added a new automated gate. → Read More

Backpack Connections connects Tuscaloosa-area students with back to school supplies

Backpack Connections recently held its kickoff for the Apples for Education Supply Drive. The program finds people and groups willing to get school supplies for kids who need of help. → Read More

Tuscaloosa Co. crews avoid heat by coming to work early

Many Alabama municipalities are feeling the impact of this latest heatwave. But municipality employees still have a job to do regardless of the weather conditions. → Read More

Tuscaloosa police arrest woman for making racist threat online

Police make an arrest after a student from a West Alabama community college is accused of threatening to shoot black people. The threat was made in a video. → Read More

Temporary Emergency Services coordinates Tuscaloosa summer jobs program

The City of Tuscaloosa is once again offering a summer jobs program for kids. Its used as a way to steer kids away from complacency and crime and towards training that can better prepare them for careers in the future. → Read More