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Mobile police arrest man in 1989 rape of 3-year-old girl
MOBILE, Ala (WPMI) — Mobile police have made an arrest in a 29-year old rape case. Police say a grand jury indicted 46-year-old Timothy Robinson for the rape of a 3-year-old girl after a rape kit was tested.
Mobile county man sentenced to 48 mos federal prison for weapons and drugs
United States Attorney Richard W. Moore of the Southern District of Alabama announced that United States District Court Chief Judge Kristi K. DuBose sentenced John Robert Payne on November 30, 2018 to serve a term of imprisonment of 48 months followed by 3 years of supervised release for violating T
Mobile County man gets over 15 years for carjacking
MOBILE, Ala. (WPMI) — United States Attorney Richard W. Moore of the Southern District of Alabama announced today that Gary Michael Gilmore of Mobile, Alabama was sentenced to 188 months imprisonment for Carjacking before Judge Callie V.S. Granade.
Mobile city council considers ordinance change in light of mayor's lawsuit
MOBILE, Ala. (WPMI) — The Mobile City Council is set to consider an amendment to city ordinances related to contracts at its meeting tomorrow. The proposal is to amend certain sections of the city ordinances to explicitly allow the council to enter into contracts, which councilors argue is permitted
Sheriff's Office: Woman's body found 3 miles downstream from missing woman's last location
MOBILE, Ala. (WPMI) — A captain with the Escambia County Sheriff's Office has confirmed to NBC 15 that an autopsy is underway after the body of an adult female was found along the bank of the Conecuh River/Escambia River Sunday morning.
Dog attacked while out on walk in West Mobile
Dangerous dogs on the prowl in a West Mobile neighborhood. Animals attacking another dog who was out on a walk. Everyday the owner takes her dog for a walk, but she never thought this would happen, two pit-bull type dogs charging at her and her beloved retriever.
5 New Mobile Area Homes For Sale
MOBILE, AL — Looking for a new house nearby, but tired of looking through the same old real-estate listings every time you search online? You've come to the right place! To keep you in the game, we've got an up-to-date batch of new listings nearby.
As temperatures drop, car problems may rise
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) With temperatures dropping, you may notice a few lights pop on in your car. We’ve all seen them pop on and off in our cars as the seasons change. One of the main things to look out for when cold air comes through is your tire pressure. To see the proper PSI for your tires, open y
Family and friends devastated after man shot and killed in Prichard
PRICHARD, Ala. -- Prichard Police tell FOX10 News investigators are working to solve the Friday night killing of a man in their jurisdiction. Jamal Chambers was the victim, Lt. Robert Martin said.
Skeletal remains visible in grave at Mobile cemetery
MOBILE, Ala. (WPMI) — A disturbing scene at a cemetery on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, where human remains are openly visible in an above-ground burial vault. One Mobile man who did not want to be on camera told us he was visiting his relative's grave when he was taken by surprise after seeing the
Friends say Prichard shooting victim was a loving father who turned his life around
Mobile, AL (WKRG) - Friends are remembering the life of a man shot to death over the weekend in the Trinity Gardens area. 30-year-old Jamal Chambers was killed late Friday night on Muriel Avenue. Friends say he was a player for a semi-pro football team the Mobile Generals. They describe him as someo
Helping the homeless in Mobile meal after meal
A Mobile group is spreading the spirit of Christmas by helping the homeless, hungry, and working poor. It's something it does every Sunday afternoon with the help of volunteers,
Mobile’s mayor-council fight may hinge on definition of ‘employee’
Mobile’s mayor has gone to court asserting that by trying to hire an employee, the Mobile City Council is exceeding its legal authority. The council, via the disputed contract, says that not only is it not exceeding its authority, it’s not trying to hire an employee.
Buy A Tree Change A Life at Mobile church
A Mobile church is taking part in a program designed to help children all over the world, simply by buying a Christmas tree. Oak Park Church on Sollie Road sold Christmas trees Sunday as part of "Buy A Tree, Change A Life."
DeMarcus Cousins spreads holiday cheer to 100 Mobile elementary students
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) - Mobile native, DeMarcus Cousins, spread some holiday cheer Saturday for dozens of Mobile elementary students. The Golden State Warrior hosted his 7th annual Santa Cuz Holiday Shopping Spree. 100 kids from 5 elementary schools were each treated to a duffel bag, backpack and ward
Smoke but no fire at Mobile Restaurant
Mobile, Ala (WKRG) Mobile Fire and Rescue blame a heating coil on a late night evacuation at Heroes Bar and Grille. First responders arrived at the restaurant around 10:30pm Friday night to uncover why the inside was filled with smoke. For nearly an hour, investigators searched for the source since
Some Christmas events rescheduled to Sunday
Mobile County, AL - Several events from Saturday have been rescheduled to today due to very bad weather Saturday. In Bayou La Batre, the Christmas parade starts at 2:30 today. The "Christmas on 'Da Bayou" boat parade starts at 4:30 today.
Manatee found dead in Mobile River probably killed by boat, autopsy finds
Gulf Coast scientists knew Hoth the manatee well: They’d tracked him for a decade and saved his life once. Now they think they know what killed him. The animal's body was found in the Mobile River shipping channel near downtown Mobile on Nov. 14. According to information newly released by the Dauphi
Mobile city just sued itself
On the second day after he was sworn into office as mayor of Alabama’s fourth-largest city, Sandy Stimpson pulled out a DeWalt power tool and removed the door to his office. It was a moment of symbolism for Stimpson, who successfully campaigned for mayor of Mobile in 2013 on a pledge for greater tra
Mobile Police looking for man who held girlfriend captive, choked her
The victim stated her boyfriend threw her in to bathroom mirror which caused lacerations to her hands. When she attempted to call 911 but her boyfriend broke her cell phones and IPad. She said her boyfriend then grabbed her neck and choked her until she passed out.