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Recycle Your Glass

Tuscaloosa City and County residents and businesses can now drop off glass bottles and jars at eight newly placed glass drop-off containers.

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Meet Lakeda Smith

Most of the urban population is aware of the Benjamin Barnes YMCA, and some even know its significance to Tuscaloosa's African American community. But did you know that the Barnes Y (as it's affectionately known) is currently being run by its first female executive director? That director is LaKeda Smith.

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Tide 2016 Recruiting Class

In an unmatched age of parity in the sport of football, the University of Alabama has set a standard of an excellence that might never be matched again.

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WTSK Taking Donations

As you know, Pickens County was hit by and F2 tornado on Tuesday. The Sapps community was hit hard. Fortunately there were no major injuries or fatalities reported, but there are some families that are left homeless...

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WTSK Radio Family Challenge

  It's Contest Time!!! Want to hear your church on the radio without paying a dime? Now's your chance, and it's exclusively for members of the Radio Family at 790 WTSK!

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Throwback Thursday: Cassette Tapes…. Can Kids Identify Them?

It's amazing how the smallest of children can see a rotary phone and automatically know what it is. Real or fake, toddlers always lift the receivers and put them to their ears as if they instinctively know what a rotary phone is, though they're pretty much obsolete. Earlier this week, I discovered a cassette tape at my house and decided to see if the children knew what it was.

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(Photo credit: YouTube/Clyde Bradley)
(Photo credit: YouTube/Clyde Bradley)

Black History in the Making: Charles Steele, Jr.

In the last two decades or so, he was known as Senator Charles Steele and then the National President of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. But Charles Steele, Jr.'s name was made great in Tuscaloosa long before either of these titles when in 1985, he became one of the first blacks elected to the Tuscaloosa City Council (along with John England, Jr.).

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