Kelvin Reynolds is a reporter for WBRC FOX6 News in our Tuscaloosa Bureau. Kelvin is no stranger to West Alabama. He graduated from the University of Alabama in 1996. Roll Tide! While at the Capstone, he interned for WBRC in the same office he now works.
Before that, he spent more than seven years learning the news business in Mobile at WALA. Kelvin started there as a photographer and worked his way up as a reporter. While there, Kelvin covered a half dozen hurricanes and tropical storms and covered the Ten Commandments debate in Montgomery.
Since he's been back in Tuscaloosa, Kelvin covered Alabama's growing automotive industry, lead our coverage of the West Alabama church burnings of 2006, followed the trial and conviction of Fayette police killer Devon Moore and broke stories related to Alabama football and the players who wear Crimson and White.
Kelvin is glad to make Tuscaloosa his home again. If you see him, say hello. If you've got a story idea, give him a call or send him an email.
That change was made before vaccinations started after the CDC and others suggested the Johnson and Johnson vaccine use be paused until further study could be made regarding blood clots developing in six people who were vaccinated with J and J vaccine.
A spokesman for DCH Regional Medical Center said they can adjust the number of personnel needed to handle the largest group of people so far that can be vaccinated for coronavirus, if they want the shot.
The executive director for the Tuscaloosa County Economic Development Authority said it made good business sense to give Mercedes parts supplier SMP several hundred thousand dollars in tax breaks over time.