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.
Homecoming is one of the most exciting times of year on the campus of the University of Alabama! WVUA brings you coverage from each Homecoming event.Allison Montgomery representing Tri Delta Sorority was named UA Homecoming Queen and the ladies of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority were named Lawn Decoration winners!
New York Yankee and Tuscaloosa native David Robertson and his wife Erin created their nonprofit High Socks for Hope to help those hurt by the tornadoes that swept across Alabama in 2011. However, their efforts have been stretched far beyond storm victims. High Socks for Hope is helping to furnish the apartments at Valor Grove. Located on the grounds of the Tuscaloosa VA Medical Center, Valor Grove is a transitional housing complex for homeless veterans. Around $38,000 is still needed to complete the project. For information of how you can help visit www.highsocksforhope.com