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Located on the Black Warrior River, it is best known as being the home to the University of Alabama which was founded in 1831. While the University is still the economic driver for the area, many small and large companies have set up shop in the area including BFGoodrich, JVC and recently Mercedes Benz.
Local Newspapers: Tuscaloosa News
Local Sports Teams: University of Alabama (Crimson Tide)
Local Colleges: University of Alabama
Zip Codes associated with tuscaloosa, alabama:
35401 35404 35405 35406 35444 35453 35456 35473 35475 35546
Towns/Cities near tuscaloosa, alabama : Northport Holt Brookwood Coaling Duncanville Coker Cottondale
ADC endorses Maddox in race for governor
In this March 26, 2015 file photo, Tuscaloosa mayor Walt Maddox speaks during the ceremony as Nick and Terry Saban's Nick's Kids Foundation and the City of Tuscaloosa dedicated the newly constructed Nick's Kids Playground at the new Alberta School of Performing Arts in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Maddox said Alabama has serious problems, but says he sees only rhetoric coming out of Montgomery.Recruiting Update: Alabama Earns Commit from 4-Star DL
The Crimson Tide has once again ranged to the far reaches of the United States and captured the heart of a Top 100 player. New Jersey native Antonio Alfano made his pledge to Alabama on Friday.Alabama hotel manager charged with human trafficking
Sixty-five-year-old Shirley Sparks was arrested Thursday at the LaQuinta Inn in Tuscaloosa on charges of second-degree human trafficking. Tuscaloosa Police Lt.Texas & Alabama agree to home-and-home series - UCF catches the bouquet
"We're thrilled to be able to add another incredible non-conference opponent with the University of Texas for a home-and-home series," Alabama athletic director Greg Byrne said. "It's been nearly 100 years since Alabama has visited Austin and over a century since the Longhorns have traveled to Tuscaloosa, so we're looking forward to it.Senior Citizens Appreciation Day in Tuscaloosa Wednesday
The 31st annual Senior Citizens Appreciation Day celebration will be held at the Bryant Conference Center on the University of Alabama campus Wednesday, May 16 from 9:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Anyone age 60 and older may attend at no charge. This year's theme is "Engage At Every Age."NTSB: 'Fuel starvation' caused deadly 2016 Northport plane crash updated
Three couples from Oxford, Mississippi were returning home from a dental seminar in Florida, when the aircraft crashed into trees at a park just a half mile short of the Tuscaloosa Regional Airport runway. The accident was caused by a loss of engine power due to "fuel starvation as a result of the pilot's fuel mismanagement, and his subsequent failure to follow the emergency checklist," the NTSB says.AL: Consultant Hired as West Tuscaloosa Plan Takes Shape
May 13--A plan to revitalize west Tuscaloosa is still taking shape, but city officials already are moving forward with methods to implement the program, once complete. The City Council has awarded a $78,000 contract to Gray Matter Consulting LLC of Washington, D.C., to handle grant searches and applications that, if awarded, will fund the incorporation of the west Tuscaloosa plan when it is ultimately adopted.Maddox seeks lottery to fund education, Medicaid expansion
In this March 26, 2015 file photo, Tuscaloosa mayor Walt Maddox speaks during the ceremony as Nick and Terry Saban's Nick's Kids Foundation and the City of Tuscaloosa dedicated the newly constructed Nick's Kids Playground at the new Alberta School of Performing Arts in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Maddox said Alabama has serious problems, but says he sees only rhetoric coming out of Montgomery.Strategic plan for Oakman revitalization unveiled
A strategic plan was presented for revitalization in the Town of Oakman Thursday evening that would help the town take advantage of its natural resources.Cheryl Morgan, a community planner and a A strategic plan was presented for revitalization in the Town of Oakman Thursday evening that would help the town take advantage of its natural resources. Cheryl Morgan, a community planner and emerita director of Auburn University Urban Studio in Birmingham, has been working with Oakman leaders and community members for the past several months to formulate a plan for resurgence, in a project underwritten by the Walker Area Community Foundation.Tuscaloosa lane closures at I-59/McFarland Blvd. start Sunday
ALDOT will start closing lanes on McFarland Blvd in Tuscaloosa on Sunday as a part of the I-59/20 bridge expansion project. Drivers can expect the turning lanes on the intersection of McFarland Blvd and I-59/20 to be down to just one lane for the next year to 18 months.Questions raised about low parks and recreations funding in Tuscaloosa
Each person living in Tuscaloosa County pays about $36 towards our Parks and Recs program better known as PARA but Executive Director Gary Minor said if that amount doubled, they'd not just be operating to keep things afloat but can fix maintenance issues and possibly even upgrade some of their facilities. Our local parks are a part of our communities but when funding is lower than most to support them what happens? "Our parents want to be proud of the parks our children play on and they bring other people too.Ford, GM, FCA, Mercedes and BMW production hit by U.S. parts plant fire
Ford, General Motors, Fiat Chrysler, BMW and Mercedes-Beny faced production disruption at U.S. factories after an explosion and fire at a Michigan supplier factory led to a shortage crucial parts. Ford said production of F-150 and Super Duty pickups at multiple U.S. factories will be halted this week.Alabama releases contracts for football assistants
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Rubble sits piled in front of Turner Hall on the Mississippi University for Women campus last week. The renovated building will provide a new home for the school's speech-language pathology program.Cowin Hosts More Than 200 at Tuscaloosa Grand Opening
Cowin Equipment Co. hosted more than 200 customers and friends on April 26 to celebrate the official branch grand opening of its Tuscaloosa, Ala., facility.University autism study pairs theater with peer mentoring
Researchers at the University of Alabama are preparing for a four-year study that pairs theater and peer mentoring to help improve social skills of adolescents with autism spectrum disorder. "It is really good and healthy experience for the non-autistic peers to be a part of that," said Susan White, principal investigator for the project at UA.College student 'pulled down jogger's shorts, stole women's underwear'
Trump lawyer Michael Cohen's home, hotel and office were all WIRETAPPED before he was raided - and the feds intercepted at least one call to the White House Mom, 28, is sentenced to 17 years in prison for beating her four-year-old son to death with a broomstick Drivers scramble to scoop up hundreds of thousands of dollars of cash after the door of a Brinks truck flew open scattering the bills across an Indiana highway Trying to lose weight? Try cold herbal tea! Scientists discover a chilled brew is TWICE as effective at burning calories College student with an uncontrollable panty fetish is arrested 'after pulling down a jogger's shorts and breaking into a home to steal women's underwear' 'Panty raider': University of Alabama student John Threadgill, 19, is accused of accosting a jogger and pulling down her shorts, then stealing underwear from a house A University of Alabama student has ... (more)Alabama Student Arrested For Pulling Down Woman's Pants And Stealing Underwear
A University of Alabama student was arrested Tuesday after allegedly pulling down a woman's pants and stealing another woman's underwear. Police arrested John Everett Threadgill, 19, after he allegedly pulled down the pants of a female jogger to sexually assault her, according to Fox News.Hartselle delegation pushes agenda in nation's capital
Special to the Enquirer Pictured from left to right are Morgan County Economic Development Director Jeremy Nails, Hartselle City Councilman Kenny Thompson, Hartselle Utilities board member Mike Gunter, Hartselle director of development Jeff Johnson, Morgan County Commissioner Randy Vest, city planner Jeremy Griffin, Hartselle Area Chamber of ... (more)Tuscaloosa police arrest, accuse teen of burglary & sexual abuse
Authorities in Tuscaloosa are investigating after they arrested a man accused of attempted sexual assault and burglary of items including alcoholic beverages and women's underwear. Tuscaloosa police say they were called to the 1300 block of 13th Street the morning of Monday, April 30 after a report of an attempted sexual assault.
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