Family and friends are preparing to say goodbye to Arnie Boyd.
He's the man who was killed in the one-vehicle wreck on Tuesday, February 24, 2015 that shut down part of the McFarland Boulevard Bridge.
Gary Youngblood has known Arnie Boyd for most of his life.
He says he'll never forget his friend's giving heart and humble spirit.
Visitation for Arnie Boyd will be held at 1:00pm on February 28, 2015 at Memory Chapel Funeral Home on Skyland Boulevard.
The funeral will also be held there shortly following.
By Stacy Johnson
Everyone does dumb things.
After all, we're only human.
When it comes to money, it
is a good idea to keep dumb moves to a minimum. Here are five money mistakes many
people make, and ways to avoid them.
Mistake No. 1
- Paying 20 percent on a credit card while you are earning 0.2
percent on your savings.
Better Idea ...Read more
Contestants race from downtown to Krispy Kreme, eat a dozen doughnuts, then race back
The McFarland Boulevard Krispy Kreme will host its annual 2-mile challenge this Saturday at 10 a.m.
Contestants start in downtown Tuscaloosa and run 1 mile to Krispy Kreme. Then they may eat a dozen doughnuts and run back. The contestants are not required to eat all of the doughnuts unless they want to win a prize. ...Read more
The following is a media release from Tuscaloosa Police Department:
Tuscaloosa Police Code Enforcement Division has been investigating A1 Therapy & Spa (6570 Hwy 69 South) since October of last year for prostitution after seeing advertisements on Backpage.com. During the investigation three suspects were arrested. The Tuscaloosa City Council has set a public hearing on March 24th 2015 to consider the revocation of the business license. ...Read more
The following is a media release from Alabama Law Enforcement Agency:
TUSCALOOSA – Winter storm forecasts for northern portions of Alabama may cause icy roads and hazardous driving conditions. The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) strongly encourages all motorists to drive with extreme caution and to avoid roadways when weather conditions are prohibitive. ...Read more