On 11-25-2014 at approx. 2:30am TPD and responded to the area of 15th Street and McFarland Blvd. on a vehicle accident that also involved a possible Physical altercation. Upon further investigation it was determined that the crash was the result of a Robbery/ Sexual Assault hat had occurred in area of 20th street and Dinah Washington. One of the victims had pursued a suspect and was fighting with him at the crash site. The incident involves a male and a female victim and 3 male suspects. ...Read more
Tinsel Trail is a project put on by Tuscaloosa's One Place each year.
Local businesses and organizations decorate live trees along the Tuscaloosa Riverwalk to be judged.
Director of Development Amanda Waller tells WVUA the event not only gives the community an event to come out to, but also allows them to get involved!
On 11-23-2014 at approximately 3:00am, TCSO Deputies and Homicide investigators to responded to DCH Northport on a shooting. The victim was taken to Northport DCH by private vehicle. The victim was then taken from DCH Northport to DCH Tuscaloosa by ambulance. Investigators spoke with the victim, 25 yr. old female, at DCH Tuscaloosa, where she stated that she and the suspect had been arguing all day and she was heading home and the suspect was following her and attempted to run her off the road. The suspect then pulled up beside her and asked her to talk, but the victim refused. ...Read more
Sunday on the University of Alabama campus, the Alabama Museum of Natural History hosted "Science Sunday". Groups from the chemistry and biology department came to host interactive booths to help promote kids to find interest in science. Dr. John Hall spoke after about the famous Sylacauga meteorite that hit Ann Hodges 60 years ago.WVUA's Drew Maddox takes you there.
TUSCALOOSA COUNTY -- A car accident claimed the life of a Duncanville teen early Sunday morning. According to Alabama State Troopers, 17-year-old Madison Nicole Crawford was killed when her vehicle left the roadway and struck a concrete barrier around 12:50 a.m.
Crawford was not wearing a seatbelt when the crash occured on Tuscaloosa County 9, three miles south of the Fosters community.
According to State Troopers, authorities are continuing to investigate the crash.
More information will be available on WVUA News at 10:00.