In case it isn't obvious from this gig, I have a deep passion for writing. I'm super outgoing and love to talk to people, which makes this even better. I'm an Alabamian born and raised, and I JUST graduated from UA majoring in Journalism and Creative Media. I've been writing movie scripts since I was five, I've worked two years in print and digital journalism, and most recently I've been writing here. What I love most about this is getting to know T-Town inside and out, and serving as a voice in the community!
‘Holidays on the River’ Event Postponed One Week
COVID-19 has resulted in the temporary closure of another Tuscaloosa holiday event.
Maddox: City Missing 75 Firefighters, 86 Police Officers
75 of the city's firefighters and 87 of its police officers were on leave or unavailable due to COVID-19 quarantine protocols and other factors Thursday.
Tuscaloosa Man Killed in 2-Car Collision, Toddler Injured
A two-vehicle crash claimed the life of a Tuscaloosa man, and injured a 2-year-old child in Bibb County.
COVID-19 Hospitalizations Surge Statewide, DCH Bracing for Spike
The Alabama Department of Public Health reported a record number of hospitalized patients for COVID-19 on Monday, and health officials warn that hospitals and staff could soon be overwhelmed after a Thanksgiving surge in cases.
Mobile Police Handle Iron Bowl Escorts As COVID Cases Rise at TPD
Members of the Mobile Police Department Motor Division drove to Tuscaloosa Saturday to assist in escorting both football teams to the 85th Iron Bowl as several local officers were on leave after being exposed to COVID-19.
YMCA Rudolph Run 8K Adds 2-Person Relay This Year
The Tuscaloosa YMCA is hosting its 3rd Annual Rudolph Run 8K on Saturday, December 5th, and this year will feature an additional running group for 2-person relays.
VIDEO: Northport Fire Shows Danger of “Turkey Fry Gone Wrong”
Northport Fire Rescue held a live demonstration Thursday morning showing the dangers of improperly cooking a Thanksgiving turkey.
UA Wins Fourth Straight Year in ‘Beat Auburn, Beat Hunger’ Drive
Students at the University of Alabama celebrated its fourth straight year winning the annual 'Beat Auburn, Beat Hunger' canned food drive against longtime rival Auburn University.
County Sheriff’s Office Investigating String of Car Break-Ins
The Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office is actively investigating a series of car break-ins in two neighborhoods off Bear Creek Road.
Vintage Cotton Boutique Moves to Midtown Village
The Vintage Cotton Boutique formerly on University Boulevard has moved locations to Midtown Village, one of the co-owners telling the Thread this was just the "next step" in growing the store.