Tuscaloosa’s “Holidays on the River” returns next month!
City spokesman Richard Rush announced Wednesday that the annual event will return to the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater on November 27th and run through January 20, 2020.
Man Charged with Attempted Murder after Bar Shooting, Bouncer Expected to Recover
A man accused of shooting a bouncer outside a Tuscaloosa bar Monday night has been charged with attempted murder and the victim is expected to recover, the Tuscaloosa Violent Crimes Unit said Tuesday morning.
Report: Bouncer Shot Outside Bar Near Tuscaloosa Strip
A bouncer was shot late Monday night outside the High Tide 2.0 bar near Tuscaloosa's Strip.
DCH Hospitals Back to Normal After Ransomware Cyberattack
The hospitals of the DCH Health System are back to normal operations after a cyberattack forced them to divert all but the most critical cases away last week.
BREAKING: Bomb Threat at UA’s Capstone College of Nursing
The University of Alabama's Capstone College of Nursing was locked down Wednesday afternoon after a bomb threat was called in, school officials announced on social media.
Man Shot During Robbery in Tuscaloosa Friday
A Tuscaloosa man was shot during the course of a robbery Friday morning, police sources say.
The Second Crimson Tide Cruise Sets Sail in February — Save on Tickets Now!
The Crimson Tide Cruise is setting sail in February for a 5-day journey from New Orleans to Cozumel & Yucatán. Save big using our exclusive discount code!
Tuscaloosa Police Arrest 2 After Rash of 70+ Auto Burglaries
Investigators with the Tuscaloosa Police Department teamed up with US Marshals this week to arrest two men accused of breaking into dozens of vehicles in and around Tuscaloosa.
Bacon Brew & Que Preview: Pecan-Smoked Bacon Deviled Egg from Brick & Spoon
For Bacon Brew & Que, the staff and Brick & Spoon has created the Pecan-Smoked Bacon Deviled Egg, an intricate but delicious morsel consisting of a dyed-red deviled egg topped with smoked pecans, candied bacon and a garlic aeoli.
Ransomware Attack on DCH Hospitals Prevents Admittance of New Patients
Three area hospitals are unable to admit new patients except those in immediate, life-threatening danger after a ransomware attack on their computer system.