DreDay started his radio career taking over the airwaves as a morning show host at his college radio station at Bethune-Cookman University where the city quickly fell in love with his engaging and charismatic personality. After graduating college, DreDay established himself as a DreDay started his radio career taking over the airwaves as a morning show host at his college radio station at Bethune-Cookman University where the city quickly fell in love with his engaging and charismatic personality. After graduating college, DreDay established himself as a dominant radio personality and DJ in his hometown of Orlando on Power 95.3 and STAR 94.5. You could always find DreDay out in the city rocking Orlando’s hottest nightclubs or bringing the party to school pep rallies within central Florida. With a new home at 105.1 The Block, DreDay is excited to bring his high energy and electric personality to Tuscaloosa. You’ll be sure to see him out around west Alabama smiling and having a good time behind the turntables or in the crowd!
This Alabama Marching Band Will Make History At The Macy’s Parade
This is a big deal for Alabama in general as Alabama A&M will make history as the first HBCU band to lead the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Have You Noticed This Restaurant In Tuscaloosa Has Closed??
I'm doing last minute shopping. I'm driving down 15th Street and I literally had to pull my car over to investigate what I saw.
How To Stop Alabama Porch Pirates From Destroying Your Holiday
In 2023, we all have ordered at least something to be delivered to our door, even at times when we weren't home to grab them.
Alabama’s Infant Mortality Rates Drop Although Racial Gap Grows
For at least the last eight years, Black infants in Alabama have been dying at a rate of at least double the rate of white infants.
Will Trump Return to Tuscaloosa for Republican Debate?
Tuscaloosa is gearing up to host the fourth debate of the 2024 Republican presidential primary on December 6.
Busted! Alabama Ranked 2nd For Most Cheaters In The Nation
Most people, if they are being honest with themselves, will admit they’ve cheated before.
CDC Warns Alabama About Applesauce Pouches Containing Lead
Cases experienced signs and symptoms including headache, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, change in activity level, and anemia.
The Go To Place For The Kids During Thanksgiving Break
With fall break coming up for the kiddos, some parents are probably wondering what can they do to keep the kids busy and not drive them insane.
Meet Jalen Milroe, Other Football Stars This Sunday In Tuscaloosa
If you ever wanted to meet some star players from the Crimson Tide football team, Sunday will be your chance.
Tinsel Trail Grand Opening Postponed Due To Weather
Tuscaloosa's One Place has decided postpone the Tinsel Trail's grand opening event.