The Coal Jobs Count initiative has made it's way across the state, fighting against regulations proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency.As part of the EPA clean power plan, they say burning coal as a natural resource is resulting in an overload of carbon emissions being put into the air.. ...Read more
Sections of Interstate 20/59 near the Tuscaloosa and Cottondale exits caused motorists all sorts of problems over the past few weeks. Wrecks are becoming more and more common in the construction zones. So is deadlocked traffic. UA Gameday Operations' Gina Johnson explains how to avoid getting stuck in traffic on gameday.
Tuscaloosa will open warming stations citywide; Alabama Power offers tips
The Compassion Coalition Organization is teaming up with the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office to help people find warm places during cold weather.
When temperatures hit below 40 degrees, warming stations will be open in the city for those in need.
Contact Tuscaloosa 311 or any law enforcement agency for information on warming stations.
By WVUA Staff
The attorney representing Tuscaloosa native Justin Ross Harris on charges that he left his 22-month old son to die in a hot SUV wants much of the evidence thrown out.
Harris’ attorney, Maddox Kilgore, filed 15 motions in court ahead of Monday’s deadline. Kilgore wants the judge to dismiss the murder indictment as well as throw out Harris’ statements to police, and electronic evidence seized from Harris’ computer, evidence he argues was obtained without probable cause. ...Read more
Seventeen years after the murder of Chanda Fehler, the
police are still looking for her killer.
By WVUA Staff
TUSCALOOSA – Allison Sherrill last talked to her
sister Chanda Fehler on June 10, 1987. Seventeen years later, her murder is
“They took away a vital member of our family,” Sherrill
said. “I’m like, ‘How dare you? What gave you the right to take away my sister?’” ...Read more
The University of Alabama Homecoming
Activities kick off on Sunday Nov.16 with the annual Powder-Puff game starting
at 10 a.m. on the student recreation fields. Watch for the paint the town red
window competition, which begins Monday 17.
Homecoming Court will be selected
on Tuesday, followed by the “Choreography” Competition in the Coleman Coliseum
on Wednesday at 6 p.m. Thursday, the paint the town red judging will begin.