A lifelong Alabama resident, Stephen has spent 10 years reporting for various media outlets in the Tuscaloosa area, including stints at the Crimson White, the Birmingham News and AL.com, the Tuscaloosa News and more before joining the team at Townsquare Media, where he now serves as the editor-in-chief of the Tuscaloosa Thread.
State Investigating Fatal Shooting of Vestavia Hills Man in Bibb County
State police are investigating the fatal shooting of a Vestavia Hills man who was killed in West Blocton Sunday.
ACT FAST: 2021 National Championship Trophy on Display Now at Skyland Walmart
The display is only up for two hours, so channel your inner DeVonta Smith and hurry to Walmart now to see the Trophy before it's gone.
Mercedes-Benz Hiring Hundreds In Search for “Next Generation” of Workers in West Alabama
After 25 years of making luxury vehicles in Tuscaloosa County, Mercedes-Benz U.S. International is looking to hire hundreds and build a workforce for 25 more.
Tuscaloosa Business Leaders Sweat It Out During Annual Habitat for Humanity CEO Build
Some of the area's most noted industry leaders were in West Tuscaloosa Tuesday morning to sweat it out during Habitat for Humanity's fourth annual CEO Build.
Country Superstar Reba McEntire to Headline February Concert at Birmingham’s Legacy Arena
The legendary Reba McEntire will headline a concert at the BJCC in Birmingham early next year.
Tuscaloosa Burglar Arrested After Leaving Jail Release Papers At Crime Scene
A Tuscaloosa man is back behind bars after he allegedly left jail release paperwork from a previous arrest at the scene of a burglary in Cottondale earlier this week.
Byrne: 20 New Elevators Coming to Bryant-Denny Stadium — Eventually
Plans to add elevators to Bryant-Denny are included in Phase Three of the $600 million Crimson Standard initiative, Athletic Director Greg Byrne said last week.
Police: Man Hid Meth in McDonalds Cup During Tuscaloosa County Traffic Stop
A Hale County man was arrested after police allegedly caught him hiding 40 grams of meth in a McDonald's cup during a traffic stop in Brookwood Saturday.
Tuscaloosa City Schools Extend Mask Mandate 2 More Weeks
The Tuscaloosa City Board of Education will continue to require teachers, students and visitors to wear face coverings inside its buildings until at least October 20th.
Greg Byrne: Not Even Alabama Athletics Is Immune to Workforce Shortages
Athletic Director Greg Byrne said around 40 percent of the GameDay event staff at Bryant Denny Stadium is not showing up for work during home football games.