Community members had their minds on
national headlines Saturday morning at First United Methodist Church.
The 10-4 Corporation hosted a
community forum focused on improving the relationship between citizens and law
Tuscaloosa County Sheriff Ron Abernathy,
Tuscaloosa Police Chief Steve Anderson and Northport interim Police Chief Gerald
Burton made up the first panel.
They talked about how to react to
police when questioned and curbing youth violence, among other topics. ...Read more
The annual Baby Palooza tour made a
stop in Tuscaloosa Saturday at the Bryant Conference Center...
Moms, dads and kids showed up to check
out all the vendors, speakers and hands-on lessons.
The event also had games and
activities, a "mom lounge" and even on-site sonograms.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama
sponsors Baby Palooza, which tours to eight other cities across the state.
Event director Cecilia Pearson says
there are lots of parents in the area looking for answers to their baby
questions. ...Read more
Stillman College kicked off the year
Saturday night with its first official fundraising event of 2015.
The school held the annual United Negro
College Fund Super Viewing Party Saturday night at the Wynn Center.
Donors, alumni, and college friends
took time to contribute scholarships to help students complete their education.
UNCF is the nation's largest and most
effective minority education organization. ...Read more
You'll remember 55 year-old Sandra Lockett was found brutally stabbed to death at her Centreville home in October 2014.Two of her sisters are speaking out tonight for the first time about the sweet soul they miss so much.With no leads or answers in nearly three months, the family is hoping a monetary reward with be incentive for someone to come forward.The family tells WVUA the request for the reward has been submitted through the District Attorney's office.If you'd like to contribute to the reward you can contact Sandra's sister Ella Chism at firstname.lastname@example.org
DRUMROLL, PLEASE! Our reporter, Chelsea Barton has finally named her St. Bernard puppy! Remember, Chelsea asked for your help choosing a name for her new fluffy family member. Thanks for all of the calls, messages and email suggestions, folks! She'a decided to call the little guy, "Gent" ...short for Gentle Giant because he's so big, but so sweet!
This month's WVUA featured teacher sponsored by Alabama One Credit Union is Mrs. Mandy Latner, who teaches third grade at Faucett - Vestavia Elementary.Mrs. Latner's recommendation letter was different from any we have ever received.On our website, we ask that current or former students or their parents nominate teachers for the award, but Mandy Latner's recommendation was signed by none of the above.