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Two Alabama residents killed in Santa Rosa County crash
MILTON, Fla. (WKRG) - Officials with the Florida Highway Patrol are investigating a crash in Santa Rosa County that claimed the lives of two East Brewton, Alabama residents. The crash happened Tuesday night around 10 p.m. near the intersection of State Road 87 and Hopewell Road. Investigators say th
VIDEO: Couple in Daphne out of jail after DUI Lake Forest crash
A couple in Daphne is out of jail after a massive crash Saturday night. Both of them charged with drunk driving but that might just be the beginning of their legal troubles.
Mardi Gras group marches for arts support
If you see giant rodents in the streets on Joe Cain Day, it’s not due to the wrong mushrooms in your breakfast omelet. It’s a new twist for supporting Mobile arts in a visible way.
MPD's 4th annual Chili Cook-Off postponed
The Mobile Police Department has postponed its annual chili cook-off due to inclement weather expected this weekend. The family-fun event which is held in Cathedral Square in downtown Mobile has been rescheduled for Saturday, April 13.
Should parents be alerted to threats at schools ?
MOBILE, Ala. (WPMI) — There have been four threats to local schools within the last week obviously causing great alarm for parents. In some cases, principals will post online from the school Facebook page to update parents on what’s going on. Sunday, the school system posted thanks for police depart
Missing Alabama teen faked his own kidnapping, death to avoid going to court: Police
Police in Mobile County, Alabama, are looking for a teenager who they say faked his own kidnapping and death to avoid going to court. Marco Perez, 19, was indicted in November for possession of a stolen firearm, according to court records.
First A220 built in Mobile expected ready in middle of next year
Work is now officially underway on the new Airbus A220 assembly line. Groundbreaking ceremonies were held Wednesday. Political dignitaries from around the state and aviation journalists from around the world were here.
Brick Pit returning, promises to be better
I believe in second chances. Lord knows, I’ve needed them, but under previous ownership the Mobile barbecue fixture known as The Brick Pit was rumored to be closing so many times we quit paying attention. After its nine lives ran out, local insurance man and Brick Pit regular James West DID pay atte
Man shot in Toulminville expected to survive
MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Mobile Police said a man was shot Tuesday night in Toulminville. Officers were called to a parking lot on Costarides Street around 8 p.m. Police have not released many details about the shooting, but investigators said the man who was shot is expected to survive.
Death of 8-year-old with special needs under criminal investigation by Mobile County District Attorney
MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - FOX10 News has learned new details about the investigation into the death of a Mobile child with special needs. The 8-year-old was found dead in his home at Sandpiper Apartments in April 2018.
Buc-ee’s Introduces First Alabama C-Store
Buc-ee’s prepares to open its 50,000 square foot c-store in Alabama. Buc-ee’s is opening its first convenience store location outside of Texas this month. Buc-ee’s, the legendary Texas convenience store and travel center chain will open its location in Baldwin County, Ala. on Jan. 21, 2019.
Mobile Police Department's Chili Cook-off rescheduled ahead of rainy forecast
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) - Saturday's rainy forecast has forced organizers to reschedule the Mobile Police Department's 4th Annual Chili Cook-Off. The family event was originally set for this Saturday, January 19 at Cathedral Square in Downtown Mobile. The new date is Saturday, April 13, from 11:30am to
One-on-one with new Fairhope Police Chief Stephanie Hollinghead
FAIRHOPE, Ala. (WKRG) -- It's 2019, and Chief Stephanie Hollinghead's first full calendar year leading the Fairhope Police Department. She spoke with News 5 Tuesday about various goals for the department, as well as challenges the department faces as the city continues to grow so quickly.
AL Congressman makes good on National Championship beer bet
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — South Carolina Rep. Joe Cunningham has some fine Alabama craft brews to try, thanks to a bet he made with Alabama Rep. Bradley Byrne. The two U.S. Congressmen bet a six-pack of their states' finest brews when Alabama and Clemson met in the College Football Playoff National Cham
Airbus, in fierce battle with Boeing, gets boost from Alabama taxpayers
Alabama taxpayers are increasingly becoming more than just spectators in the international battle pitting Airbus against Boeing for air industry supremacy. For the second time this decade, Mobile area taxpayers are on the hook for large tax breaks to support Airbus and its efforts to nudge out Boein
Renfroe participates in the Distinguished Young Woman of Alabama
High school senior girls from across Alabama joined together on January 11 in Montgomery for the Distinguished Young Women of Alabama program to be held at Frazer United Methodist Church.