Former Alabama fullback Le'Ron McClain was arrested on a synthetic marijuana trafficking charge on Wednesday.
By WVUA Staff
TUSCALOOSA – Former NFL and Alabama fullback Le’Ron
McClain was arrested by the West Alabama Narcotics Task Force on Wednesday.
McClain, a former Tuscaloosa County High standout, was
charged with synthetic marijuana trafficking. ...Read more
By WVUA Staff
The Disney box office hit “Frozen” has sold more than 3 million dresses
The Elsa and Anna dresses were a popular costume for Halloween,
and look to be a popular outfit for the holidays as well.
Other “Frozen” items seem to be just as popular, flying off store
Robert Bentley received a call of congratulations from an unexpected person
last night, President Barack Obama.
Bentley said he got
the call from an unlisted number around 11:20 p.m., and was asked to hold for
He said the president
graciously congratulated him, and said he hopes to work together.
The governor admitted
that he wasn't sure what to think at first when he got the call. He said he
thought it was someone from "Saturday Night Live." ...Read more
of the Tuscaloosa West End Health Project are dedicated to serving community
members in need of general medical care. They work to provide regular health screenings,
with a doctor on site. These screenings include blood pressure and glucose
level checks, and general health education.
Student director Michael Moore says they
are trying to improve the lives of people in the Tuscaloosa community ...Read more
The Bama Belle, a popular Tuscaloosa
attraction on the Black Warrior River, will be relocated.
After failed negotiations with the owner, Thad
Garner, the legal department of the city is taking steps to tow it to a
Safety was the key factor in the decision said District 7 Councilwoman Sonya
McKinstry. She said there were many other
components as well. ...Read more
The University of Alabama has announced that as of January 1, 2015, smoking will not be allowed on their campus.Alabama is the last school in the SEC to set some form regulations when it comes to smoking.Interim Executive Director of UA's Student Health Center Margaret Garner tells WVUA there will be services provided to those students and employees who are interested in quitting smoking.