An investigation is underway for the death of man in police custody

An investigation has been conducted by the Tuscaloosa Violent Crimes Unit for the death of a man while in police custody Saturday morning.

  Texas testing drops, mirroring national trend

The trend worries health experts who fear that Texas risks flying blind into the fall if it doesn't increase testing.
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Postal Service warns states across US about mail voting

The U.S. Postal Service has warned 46 states and the District of Columbia it cannot guarantee all ballots cast by mail for the November election will arrive in time to be counted, The Washington Post reported Friday.

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Community reacts to Tuscaloosa’s “Project Unity” plan

Bessemer City Schools plans to feed every student lunch while virtual learning

Birmingham engineer making custom-fit N-95 face masks by hand

  FIRST ALERT: Rain chances will be limited through the weekend

Missing Child Alert canceled after 11-year-old Argo girl located and safe

An Emergency Missing Child Alert has been canceled after Argo Police say a missing 11-year-old girl was located Friday evening.
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Tropical Storm Josephine closer to land, Kyle moving away

Josephine continued to just barely hold on to its tropical storm status Friday as Tropical Storm Kyle formed in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of New England, packing winds near gale force but with no major population centers in its projected path.

  Jefferson County Public Health and UAB update concerns over COVID-19

Mayor, council cut ribbon on downtown Oxford improvements

Hoover, Homewood release gameday fan guidelines

  Gadsden-Etowah EMA plans to used converted school bus in fight against COVID-19

  “Are we playing or not?” Alabama RB Najee Harris’ one concern this season

  Habitat For Humanity Tuscaloosa dedicates first home since start of COVID-19 pandemic

  DCH Regional Medical Center sees drop in patients needing treatment for coronavirus

  What can Blount County football fans expect at next week’s games?

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USPS announces temporary price increase

The price increase is due to the high demand for online items.

SPORTS

Hoover, Homewood release gameday fan guidelines

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  Samford Athletic Dept: There will be no non-conference competition this fall

  WATCH: Tuscaloosa officers rescue 12 people in a submerged SUV during a storm

Jefferson County now working to put out underground fire in Forestdale

  Regions Tradition 2020 tournament canceled

  Conversations in Black and White: Integrating Sunday Morning

Dr. Martin Luther King, Junior remarked 11:00 am on Sunday morning is the most segregated hour in Christian America.
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Police in Portland, Oregon, arrest 4 as protests continue

Portland police declared an unlawful assembly Friday night and ordered protesters to leave, saying people were throwing things at officers.

  ‘This is not an active criminal investigation’: Family, friends, police searching for missing Kansas mother

  ADPH: More than 1,800 people have died from COVID-19 as over 102K test positive and more than 41K recover

When does my school start? List of dates for schools in our viewing area

  3 charged in Chili’s hostess attack caught on video

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