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Iron Bowl 2022: Alabama football vs Auburn our best photos. Nick Saban vs Cadillac Williams

A look at Alabama Crimson Tide football vs Auburn Tigers in the Iron Bowl on Nov. 26, 2022, at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Alabama → Read More

PHOTOS: Pickens County vs Coosa Christian

Pickens County hosts Coosa Christian in the high school football playoffs. → Read More

PHOTOS: Alabama vs Portland

The Crimson Tide hosts Portland in the second round of the NCAA soccer tournament. → Read More

PHOTOS: Black Warrior Council Encampment Celebrates 100 Years of Scouting

The Black Warrior Council encampment at the Moundville Archaeological Park celebrates 100 years of scouting in West Alabama. → Read More

PHOTOS: Hale County vs Sipsey Valley

Hale County travels to Sipsey Valley for Friday night high school football. → Read More

PHOTOS: Tuscaloosa Toyota Classic

See first round action from the Tuscaloosa Toyota Classic, an Epson Tour event. → Read More

University of Alabama football coaches' wives landscape Habitat house

Traditionally, Nick Saban's charity builds a Habitat home after a UA football national title. But Terry Saban decided to change that rule this year. → Read More

Tuscaloosa Police Athletic League gives away back-to-school backpacks

More than 300 students received backpacks filled with school supplies on Friday during the annual giveaway sponsored by the Police Athletic League. → Read More

PHOTOS: K-9 officer teams train at the University of Alabama

Fifteen K-9 officer teams train in a program offered by the Department of Homeland Security to more effectively find explosive devices. → Read More

Tuscaloosa-area churches focus on keeping children safe

Twelve area churches are combining to host the "Where is God When Life Happens" seminar at St. Francis of Assisi August 10. → Read More

PHOTOS: Take a look back at the Crimson Tide's 2021 season

The Crimson Tide lost only to Texas A&M in the regular season on the road and landed in the CFP National Championship game against Georgia. → Read More

PHOTOS: Take a look back at the historic Bama Theatre

The Bama Theatre in Tuscaloosa is currently undergoing a facelift. Take a look back at the Bama in this photo gallery. → Read More

First look: Restored east wing rises at UA's historic Bryce Main building

The east wing was so badly damaged because of time and exposure to the elements that it had become structurally unsound and had to be torn down. → Read More

PHOTOS: UA Names Building in Honor of Former President Judy Bonner

The University of Alabama named the Judy Bonner Child Development Center in honor of the former UA president. → Read More

'Father figure': Sumter basketball coach Jazmin Mitchell honored for bringing out best in youth

Sumter Central basketball coach and York City Councilman Jazmin Mitchell has been recognized by the AHSAA with the 2022 Making A Difference Award. → Read More

A blooming tradition: Gordo farm offers 30th annual daylily sale

Rene Holliman will host the 30th annual daylily sale at her farm in Gordo. The sale begins Friday and will continue through June 11. → Read More

PHOTOS: Alabama defeats Stanford to force a deciding game

Alabama defeated Stanford 4-0 to force a deciding game in the NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional. → Read More

PHOTOS: Gordo and Mobile Christian battle in the 4A baseball semifinal

Gordo hosted Mobile Christian in the 4A baseball semifinal round. → Read More

PHOTOS: Tuscaloosa County vs Vestavia Hills

Tuscaloosa County hosted Vestavia Hills in a Friday double header in the first round of the 7A baseball playoffs. → Read More

'I'm glad I did it': Tuscaloosa filmmaker on releasing first feature film, 'Fearless'

Santez Wheat wrote, produced, directed and edited his feature film, "Fearless." The film features 22 local actors and premieres at the Bama Theatre. → Read More