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The public is invited to attend a job fair for Lear Corp., an automotive supplier for Mercedes-Benz U.S. International in Tuscaloosa County. The job fair will be from 5-7 p.m. Thursday in the auditorium at Central High School, 905 15th St. Salaries fo
By the Associated Press DOTHAN, Ala. — An Alabama school board has suspended multiple teachers accused of sharing inappropriate and offensive text messages in a group chat. News outlets report that as many as six teachers from Ashford High School in sou
A judge ordered DNA testing Wednesday for a man suspected in the kidnapping of Aniah Blanchard, an Alabama college student missing since last month.
Police say the son of Auburn University’s longtime team chaplain has been killed while attempting to rob a man in metro Atlanta. DeKalb County police say Chette Williams Jr. was shot to death during a confrontation Saturday night. Police say Williams pu
Troy McAllister watched Jahleel Billingsley’s first reception as a University of Alabama tight end, a 19-yard gain punctuated by flattening a Mississippi State cornerback with a vicious shoulder. “We’re accustomed to seeing that around here,” McAl
Groups that want to participate in the 44th annual West Alabama Christmas Parade have until 5 p.m. today to register. The parade is set for Dec. 13 and will begin in downtown Tuscaloosa at 6:30 p.m.The grand marshals for next month’s West Alabama Christ
MOBILE, Ala. (AP) — The U.S. Coast Guard is no longer using an Alabama bay for certain types of exercises after rescue swimmers reported falling ill during training. News outlets report training has been moved from Mobile Bay to the Gulf of Mexico. Capt
Birmingham, beer and bunnies have a lot more in common with each other than you might think. To see how, I sat down with Connie Cowan from the Alabama Rabbit Rescue at their event "Brews for Bunnies" — hosted by TrimTab Brewery.
On Wednesday the Alabama Black Belt Adventures Association celebrated 10 years of promoting Alabama’s Black Belt region to outdoorsmen and women around the country. The non-profit group was joined by Alabama Lt. Governor Will Ainsworth to release an eco