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'Out of order': Unrest continues in Gulf Shores over apartment complex

A sign along Regency Road in Gulf Shores, Ala., lets residents know when the next Gulf Shores City Council meeting is taking place. Residents are planning to show up to council and planning commission meetings to object to a proposed 206-unit apartment complex. (John Sharp/jsharp@al.com).

AL.COM - 2018-08-17 16:09:00

Illegal immigrant camps not coming to Baldwin County

“Housing illegal immigrants at ill-equipped airfields along the Gulf Coast was always a terrible idea, so I appreciate the confirmation that this plan is no longer being considered,” Byrne said. “We had a team effort to push back this flawed idea, and I especially want to thank Baldwin County Commis

GULFCOASTNEWSTODAY.COM - 2018-08-17 00:00:00

Long time eyesore being removed from Alabama beach

“ We’ve been too nice as it is, no good deed goes unpunished. We should have declared this thing a long time ago and quit messing around with the owner who’s jerked us around non stop. Come Monday that thing is gone,” said Orange Beach Mayor Tony Kennon.

MYNBC15.COM - 2018-08-17 15:23:37

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Truck out of control and man running from crash scene

MOBILE, Ala (WKRG) - WKRG News 5 has obtained EXCLUSIVE surveillance video of a truck careening out of control, and man running from a deadly crash scene.

WKRG - 2018-08-17 19:02:36

Baldwin County landmark farmers market set to reopen

What hurts the most here says Burris is that when he re-opens the market he can’t even use his own name. "We sold the name day one. I asked my dad if we could and he said yes, so we did. But we would be infringing on their rights because they own the name Burris," said Burris.

MYNBC15.COM - 2018-08-16 17:16:42

What's Working: Daphne business owner hopes to save the life of complete stranger

DAPHNE, Ala. (WKRG) -- In tonight's What's Working, if you had the chance to save someone's life, someone you didn't even know, would you do it? A Daphne business owner did. Andy McGhee owns two Lenny's Subs and Grill restaurants in Baldwin County.

WKRG - 2018-08-17 22:28:34

Walmart Officially Opens Mobile, Alabama, Distribution Hub - Area Development

The Arkansas-based retailer’s 2.6 million-square-foot facility will supply several regionaldistribution centersthat support approximately 700 Walmart stores in Alabama, Mississippi and beyond. The Mobile facility currently employs 575 full-time workers, with plans calling for a total of 750 once it’

AREADEVELOPMENT.COM - 2018-08-17 12:00:00

Pensacola Bay Bridge road rage encounter lands Escambia County driver in prison

Hayes was charged Sept. 6, 2015, for an incident the same day in which he pulled a gun on two people after a crash.

PENSACOLA NEWS JOURNAL - 2018-08-17 20:54:00

Foley woman dies in overnight crash

An overnight single-vehicle crash has claimed the life of a Foley woman.Around 12:55 am Tuesday, August 8 24-year-old Jordan Ashley Guthrie was driving a 1999 Chevrolet Silverado when she failed to notice a curve causing her vehicle to leave the road. The car hit an embankment and overturned. Alaba


Buc-ee's travel center bringing 200-250 jobs to Alabama

Buc-ee's, a chain of 33 convenience stores in Texas, is opening its first travel station outside the Lone Star State in Baldwin County.


Pensacola fishermen catch 12-foot tiger shark at Fort Pickens

Jack Moran, David Smith and other local fishermen struggled with a 12-foot tiger shark on Friday night but finally roped it in after an hour of work.Courtesy of Jack Moran/Yakin with Jack, Pensacola News Journal


Rabid fox attack's woman's dog in Loxley

A fox later found to be rabid attacked a dog on County Road 65 in rural Loxley Tuesday. A woman was in her yard with the dog when the fox appeared. She contacted the Loxley Police Department for assistance and then beat the fox off her dog with a long pole. The police arrived, shot the fox, and sent


Alabama's new online public school comes to the Gulf Coast

FOLEY, Ala. (WPMI) —School is back in session and that means hectic mornings trying to get the kids ready and to school on time.But what if you didn't have to send them to school?What if school came to you?NBC 15's Darwin Singleton talks about something new in Alabama called Connection Academy.

MYNBC15.COM - 2018-08-16 19:34:26

U.S. Marshals arrest Georgia fugitive in Baldwin County

ORANGE BEACH, Ala. (WKRG) - U.S. Marshals and the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office worked together to arrest a fugitive wanted out of Atlanta. The dramatic arrest was caught on cell phone video by a News 5 viewer outside J&M Tackle in Orange Beach on Tuesday afternoon.U.S. Marshals were tipped off th


Strike continues at local Coca-Cola locations one week later

The strike at Coca-Cola locations on the Gulf Coast continues one week later. More than 200 employees at the Coca-Cola locations in Mobile, Robertsdale, Leroy, and Ocean Springs have been on strike since August 9.

WKRG - 2018-08-16 23:31:21

Mobile Police: No foul play in body found

MOBILE, Ala. (WPMI) —Mobile police say there's no signs of foul play in the case of a decomposing body found Sunday afternoon on Kooiman road near Theodore.Police say the body is that of a woman and there doesn't appear to be any signs of foul play.An autopsy is being conducted.


Public swimming advisory lifted for Fairhope public beach

Based on water samples collected from this location on Tuesday, swimming water quality is again good, with enterococci levels below the EPA threshold of 104 colonies per 100 milliliters.


Pensacola man arrested for pleasuring himself at a restaurant table

The witness stated within the report as she worked she noticed Goldsmith started eating the food he brought in with him in the restaurant. As witness diverted her attention back to her work, and when she looked back up Goldsmith was looking directly at her holding his privates in his hand and pleasu


"The worse day," Family, friends say goodbye to Josie Jones

"This is the hardest time I've ever had," says Alize Marshall, "ever thought about having."


First day of school in Baldwin County 2018-2019 school year

Robertsdale, AL (WKRG) - BALDWIN COUNTY, Ala. (WKRG) -- We're halfway through August and Baldwin County students go back to class this morning. It's expected to be a busy day at one of the fastest growing school districts in the state.