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Baldwin County couple found guilty of torture and abuse of children
SUMMERDALE, Ala. (WPMI) — Francesca Williams and Kenneth Williams have been found guilty of Torture and multiple counts of Willful Abuse of a Child in court. This is in connection with a 2016 case where three children were locked in a closet and beaten with wires.
2.5 magnitude earthquake reported in Escambia County Alabama
BREWTON, Ala. (WKRG) -- The United States Geological Servey confirms a 2.5 magnitude earthquake happened on Sunday, March 24 around 6:40 a.m. The earthquake happened just east of Brewton, Alabama in Damascus. Within this month there have been a total of 5 earthquakes, including Sunday's, in the News
Caught on Camera: Group breaks into vehicles in Baldwin County
BALDWIN COUNTY, Ala. (WEAR) — The Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help with identifying a man they say broke into several vehicles, along with a group of others.
Blue Angels homecoming flyover Pensacola Monday afternoon
Pensacola, Fla. (WKRG) -- The Blue Angels should be flying over Pensacola sometime this afternoon as they return home from their last air show. The Navy is asking the community to come out and welcome them. This isn’t an air show in the traditional sense, it’s more of a quick glimpse of the navy’s b
Red flags warn of rough surf at all Baldwin County beaches
GULF SHORES, Ala. (WKRG) -- Red flags are flying at beaches in Gulf Shores, Orange Beach and along the Fort Morgan peninsula in Baldwin County. Red flags warn of a high risk of rip currents and lifeguards and public safety officials advise beachgoers to stay out of the water.
US Supreme Court will not hear Alabama death row inmate’s case
The U.S. Supreme Court will not hear the case of an Alabama death row inmate who said his lawyer had an undisclosed conflict of interest that caused evidence of childhood abuse to not be presented in court.
Upset Florida woman throws slices of pizza at pizza maker, charged with battery
NEW PORT RICHEY, Fla. — A New Port Richey pizza maker was assaulted with his own product by an unhappy customer on Friday, according to the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies say Syeda Saleem, 28, of New Port Richey threw slices of pizza at a worker at Oliva’s Subs and Pizza when the worker ref
Cantonment Man Accused Of Firing Gun Into Vehicle, Missing Victim By Inches
A Cantonment man has been accused firing a gun into the vehicle, missing a retired postal worker by just inches. Joseph Craig Kittrell, 25, was charged with attempted aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, discharging a firearm in public and criminal mischi
James Spann: Afternoon storms could produce hail in Alabama
James Spann forecasts a stormy start for the Alabama work week from Alabama NewsCenter on Vimeo. ACTIVE DAY AHEAD: Rain is falling over northwest Alabama early this morning; this will move slowly eastward and dissipate in coming hours. Then, as a short-wave upper trough approaches, new showers and t
Alabama’s ‘most mythical creature’ is one you’ve probably not heard of
Loch Ness Monster? Check. Abominable Snowman? Sure. You’ve probably heard of each of those scary yet could-be-completely made-up creatures. But the Alabama White Thang? That’s likely a new one.
Future police officer needs supportive family
Meet Jeremy! He describes himself as smart, helpful and enthusiastic. Jeremy’s case worker says he is all boy as Jeremy loves to play outside, play video games, and build Legos. Jeremey says his perfect day would include playing Need for Speed on Xbox followed by riding bikes with his forever family
Anne Moore is an Alabama Maker crafting simple but stunning jewelry
Anne Moore Jewelry (Birmingham) After finding her vibe as a metalsmith, Anne Moore creates simple and clean jewelry for everyday use. She started making beaded pieces for family and friends but wanted to start adding metal elements. That’s when she started taking metalsmith classes.
Powerball jackpot inches closer to a billion dollars, two tickets sold in Florida worth at least $1M
The Powerball jackpot continues inching toward $1 billion as no one took home the jackpot Saturday night. The drawing on Wednesday, March 27, will be worth an estimated $750 million.
Man thrown from Bayway crash into water suffers only minor injuries
At around 9:36 p.m. on Saturday, Mar 23, a 2000 Mitsubishi Galant was eastbound on the Bayway at the 33.7-mile marker in Baldwin County, experienced mechanical issues and stopped in the inside emergency lane. A male got out and walked to the front of the vehicle to work under the hood. While working
New Mobile VA Clinic opens doors to patients
The new VA Clinic in Mobile opened the doors to its first patients today. The clinic has been 25 years in the making. This morning the parking lot was full of excitement, and veterans from near and far arriving for their first appointments.
Scammers impersonating Social Security Administration
PENSACOLA — With tax season in full swing, the Better Business Bureau and the Federal Trade Commission are warning area residents that scammers are ramping up their efforts to steal Social Security numbers so they can file fraudulent tax returns.
Second student who survived Florida school shooting dies in apparent suicide, police say
A high school student who survived the 2018 school shooting in Parkland, Fla., died Saturday in an apparent suicide a week after another survivor killed herself, police said. Police received a call about a deceased person at a home Saturday night and arrived at the scene to find a juvenile who died
10-year old seriously hurt after being hit by car in Pensacola
PENSACOLA, Fla. (WKRG) -- Florida Highway Patrol is investigating a crash that left a 10-year-old boy in serious condition. The following is a press release from FHP. A 2014 Dodge Caravan, driven by Charles Fogle, was driving west on Massachusetts Avenue approaching Erress Boulevard. Zakavius Andrew
21 creepy Central Florida urban legends to keep you up at night
It may not be Halloween, but we're always in the mood for some scary stories. Thrill-seekers and history buffs, check out some of the creepiest Central Florida urban legends. You'll have a new ghost story to tell at your next party, so what's better than that? Everyone loves the unexplained.
Poisonous toads infest suburban Florida neighborhood
A Florida suburb is being plagued by thousands of poisonous toads. Experts say the amphibians are bufo toads, also known as cane toads. Residents in the infested Palm Beach Gardens neighborhood worry toxins secreted by the toads will harm their pets and children.