I’m Tuscaloosa born and bred and couldn’t imagine living anywhere that doesn’t include ‘Roll Tide’ as a standard salutation. I began my career in radio in 1997 as an account executive before becoming a morning show host in 2006. I met my husband Perry, who works in law enforcement, while being arrested on suspicion of robbing a bank. Not really. We met at the lake through a mutual friend and have been married for fifteen years. Together we have three beautiful boys (one whom I must share with my good friend and his ex-wife), two doggies, four cats and seven ducks. In addition to spending time with my family, my passions are reading, exploring and photographing abandoned buildings, genealogy research and gaming.
10 Reasons To Be Thankful You Live In Tuscaloosa
Known as the ‘Druid City’, Tuscaloosa is home to beautiful water oaks, interesting people and feels large enough to enjoy diversity but small enough to feel like you know everyone. T-Town isn’t free from minor aggravations experienced in any community...
Five Tuscaloosa Schools Competing In Bassmaster High School National Championship
Students from four Tuscaloosa schools will compete this beginning today to reel in the biggest fish of them all: the Bassmaster High School National Championship trophy.
Heat Advisory For Central Alabama
A heat advisory for Central Alabama is in effect from 11:00 am this morning until 9:00 pm this evening.
Tuscaloosa Company Offering Tours For Pokemon Go Players
Pokemon Go is taking over the world including Tuscaloosa and one local business is making catching them all a little bit easier.
Tim Tebow Scheduled To Speak At Alabama Youth Ministry Event
The Church of the Highlands is hosting over 5000 middle school, high school and college students from all over the southeast with Tim Tebow scheduled to headline the event.
Vehicle Break-Ins Up 44% In Tuscaloosa County
The Tuscaloosa County Sheriff Ron Abernathy is warning residents about vehicle break ins.
Tuscaloosa Man Finds Worms In Oatmeal Creme Pie
A Tuscaloosa man discovered worms in an unopened oatmeal creme pie.
Should The Tuscaloosa City Council Vote To Allow Food Trucks in Downtown?
Food truck vendors and restaurant owners in downtown Tuscaloosa are awaiting a decision from the city council that could impact everyone regardless of the outcome.
Tuscaloosa Church Bulletin Board Preaches From Both Sides Of The Ball
The Tuscaloosa South Church of the Nazarene asked drivers a thought-provoking question but the answer depended on which direction you were headed.
Sipsey Valley High School Angler Team Takes First At Lake Eufaula
8th graders Austin Adcox and Wyatt Hamner had a lot riding on the line ahead of the 5th qualifier of the Alabama B.A.S.S Nation High School Team.