Author: Chad Petri

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A coffee shop in Mobile needs your help to find whoever broke into their new business twice early Saturday morning. [Read More]
Saty Putcha with the Gulf Coast Hindu Society joins us to talk about Mobile's growing Hindu community. [Read More]
An early morning crash blocked Potter Tract Road. [Read More]
A huge crowd is expected for the annual Azalea Trail Run. [Read More]
Voters in Alabama seem to want a lottery but still have to travel to Florida to play. [Read More]
A state lawmaker is introducing a bill yet again to possibly bring a lottery to Alabama... [Read More]
The long-awaited clinic opens today after a very long wait to get the project done. [Read More]
Tags: New VA - Monday - clinic
Mobile Police say three people were hurt when someone fired at a parked car on Barker Drive West Saturday night. [Read More]
Scott Vernon with Life Riders Motorcycle Ministries joins us to talk about their upcoming ride on March 23rd, 2019. [Read More]
George Tucker Grau is accused of trying to burn his neighbor's home down in Gulf Shores days before Christmas in 2016. [Read More]
People are gathering to remember the life of Anna Weaver on what would have been her 15th birthday. [Read More]
Cedric Williams has been charged with murder following a Friday night shooting that killed two people and injured three other men. [Read More]
The parade is organized by The Friendly Sons of St. Patrick of Mobile. [Read More]
Students gather at Blount High School this morning to remember two sisters who were killed in a house fire with their father Sunday morning. [Read More]
Today students and staff are all under one roof after a fire at a Christmas event that injured five people. [Read More]
Doug Jones says it's going to be an eventful week in DC. [Read More]
A free event is coming up to help parents learn how to deal with children who are picky eaters. [Read More]
Timothy Hale Sr with New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church joins us to talk about one of the most fundamental concepts in any religion. [Read More]
Alabama's junior Senator concludes a tour highlighting the work of Historically Black Colleges and Universities. [Read More]
Authorities in Escambia County are looking for a 15-year-old girl who was last seen just days before her 16th birthday. [Read More]
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