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The 40-page lawsuit outlines why the Board does not believe they're responsible for providing any additional funds for the Gulf Shores School District set to... [Read More]
The cost of a new toll road in Mobile could add up for families and small businesses along the Gulf Coast. [Read More]
Time has done little to ease the pain for the Savage family whose 15-year-old daughter was killed 2 years ago. Nia Savage was... [Read More]
A vigil was held Wednesday night for Mobile's most recent homicide victim. [Read More]
An Alabama police officer was shot through his bulletproof vest investigating a homicide. [Read More]
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Mobile Police confirm they have arrested the man they believe shot 3 people at a Chevron gas station on Sage Avenue in Mobile. [Read More]
A Mississippi Senate candidate wants to know if Confederate General Robert E Lee is a hero or a villain. [Read More]
Early voting began today in Escambia County, Florida. [Read More]
Criminals beware! Mobile has a new state-of-the-art technology center that's not only solving crime but also preventing it. [Read More]
There is a large police presence in a West Mobile neighborhood. It's happening in the 7000 block of Wynnridge... [Read More]
The Federal government wants to know who killed baby birds on Dauphin Island. Now they're offering a $2500 dollar reward. [Read More]
Two shooting deaths in less than 10 days in Citronelle. The latest happened in the 8400 block of Walter Stewart Road. [Read More]
Two people are dead and another was rescued Sunday afternoon from Bayou Grande. [Read More]
Mobile County Public Schools hosted a Pep Rally at the Mitchell Center to kick off the upcoming school year. Thousands of teachers gathered for... [Read More]
Congressman Bradley Byrne is heading to the Gulf Coast for a series of Town Hall meetings. [Read More]
The City of Prichard is getting help from the federal government after a natural gas leak a decade ago. [Read More]
Senator Doug Jones will have to decide whether to support President Trump's choice for the Supreme Court. [Read More]
The University of Alabama released their self-reported NCAA violations this weekend. The University announced the sports program violated 13 rules. [Read More]
A 7 year old girl is recovering from stings all over her body from what her mom believes was a Portuguese Man O' War. [Read More]
The US Chamber of Commerce warns a trade war could impact a half million workers in Alabama. [Read More]
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