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Recent articles by Kelvin:

Mental health officer online training in Tuscaloosa

For the past six months, UA’s school of Social Work and Center For the Advanced Public Safety have developed an online training program for law enforcement. → Read More

Tuscaloosa Mayor believes pandemic impacted census results

Mayor Walt Maddox said thousands of students who live off campus were not counted in the census because they went home due to the pandemic. → Read More

Panel discusses workplace coronavirus clinics in West Alabama

Businesses could play a bigger role in coronavirus vaccinations in the future. A pilot program is underway now that could fine tune the process to protect more people from COVID-19. → Read More

TPD peer group offers support to officers working on traumatic cases

Members of the Tuscaloosa Police Department's Peer Support Team are making themselves available to officers who need help dealing with their emotions when involved in traumatic cases. → Read More

Motorcycle ride in memory of 13-year-old Tuscaloosa shooting victim

Joel Smith, President of the Boogie Down Motorcycle Club in Cottondale, told WBRC they want to support Kei’lan Allen’s family during this difficult time. → Read More

Tuscaloosa City Schools extends mask wearing requirement

Mask wearing in Tuscaloosa City school buildings will continue as a requirement through November 19th → Read More

Tuscaloosa County Schools helps students cope with the loss of a classmate killed in shooting

Tuscaloosa County High School students are mourning after a student was shot and killed in Northport. → Read More

Kentuck Festival of the Arts returns as an in-person festival Saturday

People started arriving Friday morning to set up for this weekend’s Kentuck Festival of the Arts. → Read More

Downward trend of coronavirus cases continues inside the DCH Health System

On Thursday, there were only 52 COVID positive patients combined in the three hospitals that make up the health system. → Read More

UA Center for Convergence of Bioscience and Medicine works to make drugs more effective

Scientists and students from several fields including math and biology among others, are looking at ways to make the prescription drugs more effective when people take them. → Read More

Web portal upgraded to donate items to Tuscaloosa-area school children in need

West Alabama Works streamlined the way people are able to donate items to school children anonymously. → Read More

Teachers sue Tuscaloosa County School System in federal court

Several teachers have filed a lawsuit against the Tuscaloosa County School System. → Read More

Year-long road maintenance project starts on I-20/59 in Tuscaloosa

ALDOT is overseeing a multi-million dollar road improvement project on I-20/59 in Tuscaloosa. → Read More

Alabama’s COVID-19 vaccination numbers improve, still some of the lowest in the nation

According to the CDC, just 43% of the people in Alabama are fully vaccinated. That’s fourth lowest in the nation. → Read More

Effort to boost West Tuscaloosa literacy rate seeks financial help

The group is putting small libraries in every room in a house on the Stillman College campus. → Read More

Battery recycling plant could relocate to a vacant building near Tuscaloosa airport

Li-Cycle could operate in an existing vacant space near the Tuscaloosa national airport. → Read More

Alabama Fire College adding more names to Fallen Firefighter Memorial

The Alabama Fire College is inviting the public to a memorial ceremony Saturday morning in Tuscaloosa. → Read More

Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama hosts diversity summit

The Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama is hosting an upcoming event to help employers and business leaders promote growth through diversity. → Read More

Pfizer requests coronavirus vaccine approval for 5-11 year olds

A recommendation on approving a COVID-19 vaccine for this younger group will be discussed before the end of this month → Read More

Shelton State Community College starts first citizenship class

The course is free and open to students who want to learn more about the citizenship process. → Read More