Tuscaloosa County Sees Pistol Permit Applications Spike in June
Amid widespread national unrest and a local spike in violent crime, applications for concealed carry pistol permits skyrocketed in Tuscaloosa County in June.
1 Hurt, 1 Killed in July 4th Shooting, 2 Suspects Charged with Murder
A 28-year-old man was shot and killed and another victim injured at a Fourth of July party at Crescent East Apartments in Tuscaloosa late early Sunday morning,
Tuscaloosa Police Investigating Early Sunday Morning Shooting
The Tuscaloosa Police Department and the multi-agency Violent Crimes Unit are on the scene of a shooting at the Crescent East Apartment early Sunday morning.
105.1 the Block to Partner with City of Tuscaloosa for Fourth of July Firework Show
105.1 the Block will partner with the City of Tuscaloosa to present a socially distanced firework on the evening of the Fourth of July, officials announced Monday morning.
Dozens of Miners Sue Warrior Met Coal Over Hearing Loss Claims
50 area coal miners have filed Workman's Compensation lawsuits against Warrior Met Coal this year, claiming that working in the mines has led to hearing loss.
17-year-old Charged After Tuesday Night Shooting
Police said the shooting does not appear to be linked to other recent acts of gun violence in the Tuscaloosa area, which have spiked in the last few weeks.
Two Men Shot At Tuscaloosa’s Broadmoore Garden Apartments
Two men were shot Tuesday at Tuscaloosa's Broadmoore Apartments complex off of James I. Harrison Jr. Parkway.
Tuscaloosa Adopts Mask Mandate, Coverings Required in Public July 6th
The Tuscaloosa City Council unanimously adopted a measure Tuesday that will require face masks in all public places in the city limits effective July 6th.
North Carolina Company to Buy Northport Lumber Mill, Create 35 Jobs
A North Carolina lumber company will purchase and expand the W G Sullivan Lumber Company in Northport, creating 35 new jobs and retaining the mill's 54 existing employees.
Fallen TPD Officer Honored During End of Watch Ride to Remember
The End of Watch Ride to Remember rolled into Bower's Park Monday to honor TPD's Dornell Cousette, who was shot and killed in the line of duty last September.