By: Katie Malone
WVUA News at 10:00
Benjamin Flax is not a history major, but he's spent the past seven months digging into the University's past. His focus? Slavery.
Flax says, "it became an interest of mine to see how it was represented in the American eye, and how it's been represented and will be represented in the future."
The documents are original, and most date back to the 1800's. ...Read more
Katie Malone, Reporter
"I had fun today when we were skating."
Tanya is a 9-year old Ukrainian orphan, who loves to sing, dance, and draw. She and 11 others spent the day in Tuscaloosa thanks to an organization called "Bridges of Faith."
Rev. Tom Benz, the founder of Bridges of Faith says, "I really had no intention of doing this. But the children crawled into my heart, their lives, their situations. The bleakness of their future, the overflowing love from their hearts, absolutely aprehended me." ...Read more
If you're not spending your New Year's Eve in New York, Mobile, or New Orleans, you don't have to go very far for fun.
There will be plenty of family friendly events here in Tuscaloosa that you can enjoy.
On December 31, you can ring in the New Year with the kids at Children's Hands on Museum. There will be a New Year's Eve Bash from 9am until noon. The event will consist of songs, games, and even a non-alcoholic champagne toast, followed by a balloon drop. ...Read more
Cracker Barrel announced today it is reversing its decision and putting "Duck Dynasty" products back on its shelves. This after A&E suspended a "Duck Dynasty" star indefinitely from the show due to comments some see as controversial, but as WVUA's Emileigh Forrester shows us, Phil Robertson's time-out could cause financial problems for the network.
Original Airdate: Sunday, December 22, 2013.