Salutations, y'all! I'm Meg Summers, an Alabama girl who's been back home in Tuscaloosa since 2009. I've been in radio since my college days (go WKU Hilltopppers!), so you could say music is my life. When I'm not managing Alt 1017, I'm ordering crap I don't need online or looking at stupid memes on my phone. I love college football, sweet tea, supporting local businesses, and pie. I think The Avenue Pub has the best cheeseburger in Tuscaloosa, and I will physically fight you if you disagree. I've seen 'The Big Lebowski' at least a thousand times, but my heart belongs to 'Almost Famous.' It's all happening--well, at least middays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
UPDATE: ADPH Confirms 587 COVID-19 Cases Statewide, 21 in Tuscaloosa County; Virus Kills 3…
The latest data from the Alabama Department of Public Health shows yet another rise in confirmed cases of the novel Coronavirus.
Six Things You Can Do to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19
The novel Coronavirus pandemic is continuing to impact all of our daily lives. What can you do to prevent the spread of COVID-19?
Which Alabama Businesses Are Considered Non-Essential?
A new order from the Alabama Department of Public Health has closed non-essential businesses within the state through April 17th.
Governor Kay Ivey, ADPH Announce New Statewide Business Closures During COVID-19 Outbreak
Alabama Governor Kay Ivey just announced that many non-essential businesses across the state are now forced to close in an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
UPDATE: 206 Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 in Alabama, 9 in Tuscaloosa County
The latest data from the Alabama Department of Public Health shows the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 within the state continues to climb.
DCH Resumes Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing Today
After cancelling testing yesterday due to inclement weather, DCH is resuming drive-thru COVID-19 testing today
UPDATE: 9 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Tuscaloosa County, 196 Statewide
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Alabama continues to rise.
Violating the Alabama Department of Public Health’s Emergency COVID-19 Order Could Result …
The Alabama Department of Public Health recently issued an emergency order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the state, and violating this order could result in criminal charges or fines.
138 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Alabama, Tuscaloosa County Up to 7
The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 continues to rise in Tuscaloosa County and across the State of Alabama.
Alabama Department of Public Health Prohibits Dining In at all Restaurants in Tuscaloosa C…
Alabama Governor Kay Ivey has ordered the Alabama Department of Heath to take additional measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.