Tuscumbia woman dies after being struck by van

CULLMAN–A single-vehicle crash at 12:40 p.m. Monday, Oct. 23, has claimed the life of a Tuscumbia woman.

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It’s official Original OhBryans Steakhouse owners re-opening Tuscumbia location

TUSCUMBIA–It’s official the original owner of the OhBryan’s Steak House will reopen the popular restaurant that closed on October 1st.

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Popular Tuscumbia steak house closes

TUSCUMBIA–OhBryans Steakhouse in Downtown Tuscumbia has called it quits. Sunday, October 1st was the last day the popular restaurant was open for business.

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Tuscumbia police searching for shooting suspect

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TUSCUMBIA – A man hunt is underway in northwest Alabama. Tuscumbia police are looking for the man they have identified as opening fire at a busy convenience store over the weekend.

Tuscumbia police say the shooting Saturday night was likely the result of a road rage incident moments earlier. Just after 10:30 pm […]

Beloved Shoals Area Author Danny Creasy excited about Keller Fest to be at ColdWater Books for Book Signing Monday

Danny Creasy with two of his recent books

TUSCUMBIA–Shoals author Danny Creasy is psyched about Monday (the first day of the Helen Keller Festival), June 19th. He will be at ColdWater Books on 6th Street in beautiful downtown Tuscumbia from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. interacting with readers and signing books.

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Tuscumbia loses friend as former mayor Shoemaker dies

Former Tuscumbia Mayor Bill Shoemaker

TUSCUMBIA–Tuscumbia has lost a good friend with today’s’ passing of former mayor Bill Shoemaker.

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Two die in Colbert head-on collision

COLBERT COUNTY–Two men from rural Colbert County were killed in a head-on collision Saturday night on Power Line Road.

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Safeplace opens new Tuscumbia outreach office

Staff and friends of the new Safeplace office

TUSCUMBIA–Safeplace, a domestic violence program serving Colbert, Franklin, Lauderdale, Lawrence, Marion, and Winston counties, has opened a new office in the city of Tuscumbia.

Safeplace provides shelter and counseling for families due to domestic violence and offers outreach programs such as court advocacy services, prevention education […]

Leighton man fatally wounded in early-morning shooting

TUSCUMBIA-Police are investigating the shooting death of a 37-year-old Leighton man.

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The Cabin Reclaimed Relics Grand Opening Saturday, March 4th, in Downtown Tuscumbia

Call 256-335-0130

 

TUSCUMBIA- I know you have seen the log cabin building on the corner of 2nd Street and Dickson in downtown Tuscumbia. You owe it to yourself to stop by this Saturday and see all of the beautiful relics and antiquities available at The Cabin.

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Colbert Heights senior dies in crash

A single-vehicle crash at 7:15 a.m. today, Feb. 9, has claimed the life of a Tuscumbia teen, who was a senior at Colbert Heights.

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Troopers release name of man who died in Wednesday crash

TUSCUMBIA–A single-vehicle crash at 5:30 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1, has claimed the life of a Tuscumbia man.

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Tuscumbia receives $110,604 in block grants; Franklin County $350,000

In the past few days, Gov. Robert Bentley has awarded more than $1.2 million in grants to improve living conditions in six northwest Alabama communities.

Community Development Block Grants awarded by Bentley are: $450,000 to the city of Moulton, $350,000 to Franklin County, $230,000 to the city of Guin, $105,625 to the town of […]

Today is Chad Smith’s birthday

Chad, holding son Curt, and wife Jennifer, holding son Wyatt

TUSCUMBIA- Today is a special day in the Shoals area. This is the day Tuscumbia attorney M. Chad Smith turns 31-years-old. We are still trying to figure out how Chad landed such a beautiful wife.

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Fatal crash on Hwy. 247

COLBERT COUNTY – A two-vehicle crash on Tuesday, March 22, has claimed the life of a Russellville man.

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