Hi, I'm Tessa Worley and I am a senior transfer student at The University of Alabama majoring in News Media and minoring in Creative Writing. I am from Andalusia, Alabama and I graduated from Lurleen B. Wallace Community College with an associate's degree in 2018. I love to write and hope to one day be a reporter and maybe even publish a novel. In my free time, I enjoy playing with my dog, watching movies with my fiance, and writing fiction.
UA Student Launches Business to Fix Bad Dating App Profiles
A senior at the University of Alabama UA has launched a new business that specializes in helping men create successful dating profiles.
Tuscaloosa Academy Teacher Wins National Geographic Fellowship
A local teacher at Tuscaloosa Academy, Jaclyn Foster, has been chosen for the 2021 Grosvenor Teacher Fellowship from National Geographic Society and Lindblad Expeditions.
Rover Lands on Mars with Helicopter Named by County High Student
A senior at Tuscaloosa County High School has a special connection to the NASA Perseverance Rover that landed on the planet Mars Thursday afternoon.
Ways to Stay Warm When the Power is Out
Around 2,000 people in Tuscaloosa County are currently without power. As temperatures start to drop residents should follow the following tips to stay warm.
Local Restaurants Offer Valentine’s Day Specials
Many different restaurants in the Tuscaloosa area will be offering specials for Valentine's Day this year.
TMAS to Host ‘Meet Your Match’ Event Saturday
Tuscaloosa Metro Animal Shelter (TMAS) will be hosting the "Meet Your Match" event this Saturday from 9am to 6pm. For this event all adoption fees will be waived.
Virtual Heritage Festival to Feature Stops on Civil Rights Trail
The fourth annual Tuscaloosa Heritage Festival hosted by the West Alabama Multicultural Alliance kicks off virtually Friday on the alliance's Facebook page and website.
German Native Follows Lifelong Dream, Opens Northport Deli
Restauranteur Rolf Meyer learned to make sausages decades ago in a butcher's shop in Germany and said he uses the skills he learned there in his Northport deli almost 5,000 miles away.