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.
Body Discovered at Fosters Boat Landing, Foul Play Not Suspected
Investigators do not belief the death was criminal in nature and there will likely be no further information released about the matter.
Tuscaloosa Police Seeking Missing 90-Year-Old Man
The Tuscaloosa Police Department is seeking a 90-year-old man reported missing Friday night.
Multiple Shots Fired Into McKenzie Court Apartments, No Injuries
Police are investigating after multiple shots were fired into three apartments at McKenzie Courts Friday.
Assault Charges Changed to Capital Murder After Abused Baby Dies
If found guilty, there are only two possible outcomes for Felix Tabb -- life without parole in prison, or the death penalty.
One Dead in Wednesday Accident on New Watermelon Road
One person is dead after a two-vehicle collision on New Watermelon Road in north Tuscaloosa Wednesday afternoon, a police spokesperson has confirmed.
1 Infant Dead, 1 Critical in “Tragic, Unrelated” Cases of Abuse
One infant girl is dead and another is in critical condition in a Birmingham hospital in two "tragic, unrelated" cases of extreme abuse in Tuscaloosa County.
Police Investigating Death of 1-Year-Old in Coker
Captain Jack Kennedy of the Tuscaloosa Violent Crimes Unit said a preliminary autopsy suggests the infant's death was not due to natural causes.
Citations Coming Soon For Those Who Violate COVID Orders
Violators should consider themselves on notice from Mayor Maddox -- start following the rules, or risk a citation for yourself or your business.
ABC Board Says Bars Must Stop Serving at 11 p.m. Until December
The Monday morning vote mandates that all bars, restaurants and country clubs must stop selling alcohol by 11 p.m. each night in an effort to fight the coronavirus.
UA to Slash Budget by $30 Million to Counter Drop in Enrollment, COVID-19 Costs
The cuts will not result in any layoffs but will affect all colleges and units at the University.