Drought negatively impacting Black Warrior River

Environmentalists are becoming increasingly concerned that the major tributaries of the Black Warrior River are suffering immensely from the negative impacts of a historic Alabama drought affecting over 98 percent of the state.

Attorney who scammed UA sorority sentenced to prison

Jennifer Elizabeth Meehan, a former Gamma Phi Beta sister and attorney responsible for furnishing the UA chapter of Gamma Phi Beta’s new house, was sentenced Tuesday to six months in prison, 18 months of home confinement, 40 months supervised probation and mandatory community service.

Vote local this election

A few days ago, I sent in my absentee ballot. Along with the presidential election, I also voted to decide a number of local races, from county council races to judgeships and school board seats, as well as a few proposed referenda.

Five not-so-scary Halloween classics to watch this fall

Halloween is the time of year for ghosts and ghouls and things that go bump in the night. But if you’re like me and scary things are a big fat no, then finding ways to celebrate the holiday can be a bit of a challenge, especially when it comes to movies.


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Behind the Process: Alabama defeats Texas A&M, loses star player

During the 2016 Alabama football season, The Crimson White’s Terrin Waack will provide select stellar stats, obscure facts and notable quotes from the most recent game to take readers Behind the Process.

No. 1 Alabama defeated No. 6 Texas A&M, 33-14, at home in Bryant-Denny Stadium on Saturday.

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UA sororities help parents and kids celebrate Halloween

Parents and children flooded Sorority Row last night to celebrate Halloween a little early. As the sun went down behind Bryant-Denny, little superheroes and monsters went from house to house, waiting in line for sweet treats.

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