Kelvin Reynolds, WBRC FOX6 News

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  • WALB News 10
  • WTVM News Leader 9
  • FOX 8 New Orleans
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Recent articles by Kelvin:

West Alabama Works organizing drive-thru job fair in Demopolis Thursday

That’s where a renewable energy company has decided to open a new plant. → Read More

Water crisis continues in Reform following a winter freeze

New leaks formed in the town’s water system during a freeze last Monday, according to mayor Melody Davis. → Read More

Tuscaloosa-area first responders remain on standby for winter weather

Tuscaloosa County EMA and Incident Command remain on standby during this winter weather system. → Read More

University of Alabama students build robots to work with police

University of Alabama researchers hope robots could one day become a critical piece of equipment for police officers. → Read More

Mercedes Benz works to become a coronavirus vaccination site in West Alabama

Mercedes Benz US International wants to help with coronavirus vaccination efforts in West Alabama. → Read More

Whatley Health Services to host Tuscaloosa COVID-19 vaccine clinic Saturday

Whatley Health Services got its first coronavirus vaccine shipment last week. It will begin vaccinating people Saturday in Tuscaloosa. → Read More

Mayor updates coronavirus trends in the city of Tuscaloosa

Maddox also shared that more city employed first responders appear willing to be vaccinated for coronavirus. → Read More

University of Alabama Nursing School doubles in size to accommodate more nursing students

The $14 million dollar expansion added another 32,000 square feet to the building. → Read More

Tuscaloosa County Sheriff encouraging deputies to get coronavirus vaccination shots

On Saturday, several of his deputies from the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office got their first vaccination shot. → Read More

Residents at Tuscaloosa assisted living center vaccinated for COVID-19

Pharmacists from CVS held a coronavirus vaccination clinic at the assisted living facility Monday, January 18. → Read More

Crowds and long lines of people gather for the Alabama national title game

Some people wore masks, and a few people stood six feet apart to practice social distancing while standing in line. → Read More

University of Alabama begins COVID-19 vaccinations

UA healthcare providers, residents and employees at Capstone Village, first responders and people in vulnerable populations in the University’s community are eligible to get vaccinated. → Read More

DCH Regional Medical Center limiting patient visits

The hospital announced patients can only have one visitor per day. → Read More

Tuscaloosa County EMA Director asks people to have a severe weather plan for New Year’s Eve

Tuscaloosa County EMA Director Nick Lolley said there’s potential for severe weather on New Year’s Eve. → Read More

Diva’s Day of Giving helps families who may be struggling during the holidays

The effort that Diva Hall started as a college student has continued and only gotten bigger as she has grown older. She now uses Diva’s Day of Giving as a way more people in her community can get help. → Read More

Bibb County law enforcement take kids on Christmas With A Cop shopping spree

Members of the Bibb County Fraternal Order of Police raised money and partnered with Walmart and others to make it happen. → Read More

Full time employees for Tuscaloosa County Schools earn coronavirus pay bonus

The Tuscaloosa County School Board voted in favor of a one-time bonus for full-time employees Thursday. → Read More

University of Alabama to help in roll out of coronavirus vaccinations

The University of Alabama will play a big role in the national effort to ensure the coronavirus vaccine roll out goes smoothly. → Read More

Alabama ABC Board approves curbside liquor sales in smaller amounts

The new rule limits the amount of liquor that can be sold to .375 liters of spirits, two bottles of wine and 144 ounces of beer per customer. → Read More

Alabama ABC Board approves curbside liquor sales in smaller amounts

The new rule limits the amount of liquor that can be sold to .375 liters of spirits, two bottles of wine and 144 ounces of beer per customer. → Read More