April 27th

Tuscaloosa’s “HAPPY” 3 Years After April 27th
It's coming up on three years since the April 27th tornadoes. Take a look around, Tuscaloosa and surrounding areas have rebounded with swift determination. This video put together by Street Jam Talent Agency shows some Tuscaloosa residents mood 3 years later.
High Hopes For New York Yankees, David Robertson
Not long after the April 27th tornado changed the landscape of Tuscaloosa forever, David Robertson went to work raising money and awareness for his hometown.
It was his wife who broke the news at their New York home late in the evening after she received a text message...
Westboro Baptist Church Plans Tuscaloosa Picket May 18
The infamous Westboro Baptist Church is planning to picket at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa on May 18, 2013. According to the WBC, the protest is planned as a reminder of the EF-4 Tornado that devastated Tuscaloosa in 2011; the church believes that the devastation and loss of life that fol…
APRIL 27th – Two Years Later
I have heard at least 10 people say today that they can't believe it's been two years since the storms. It is hard. When you look around our city now you see a few scars but you see more progress.
We learned that we all need to take warnings seriously and be prepared. Tak...
Remember April 27th
As we approach year two after the devastating tornadoes, we remember those we lost and those who stretched out their hands to help Tuscaloosa rise to her feet once more.
Happy Thanksgiving From Our Family To Yours
On behalf of the Townsquare Media family, I would like to personally wish your family a million reasons to be thankful this Thanksgiving.
In the dark days following those harrowing moments on afternoon in April, we learned that our neighbors names aren’t always known, but iron does in…
Let Us Not Grow Weary In Doing Good
The situation in New Jersey and New York after Hurricane Sandy has grown desperate. 95.3 The Bear has partnered up with Toomer’s for Tuscaloosa to accept donations for our Northern neighbors in an effort to address some of their more immediate needs...