Local fishermen concerned with the limitations on red snapper fishing will get a chance to have their voices heard. The Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council is hosting two public hearings this week.
Officials are expecting another record breaking tourist season for 2014 and they’re needing not only returning lifeguards but brand new ones as well.
The long, cold winter means crawfish are scarce and expensive.
During cold weather, crawfish stay at the bottom of their ponds or streams, and … More »
The Alabama Supreme Court is divided over whether the state Legislature is acting legally by rewriting the state Constitution a few portions at a … More »
According to authorities, Fairhope fire officials are at the H.L. Sonny Callahan Airport on Baldwin County Road 32 for a report of a small plane that crashed at the airport.
A U.S. Coast Guard spokesman says they have suspended the search for Benjamin Sorrells. The 35 year-old was reportedly leaning over the side of … More »
The Rotary International Club in Robertsdale hosted their 15th Annual Professional Cowboys Association (PCA) Championship Rodeo Friday night, March 7 March 7 at the … More »
A new task force has developed in south Alabama with the goal of combating human trafficking.
The 15th Annual Pig Roast benefiting the Baldwin County Boy’s Ranch is sold out tonight Friday, March 7.
Hundreds will show up to the … More »
Stapleton Elementary was put on lockdown for a brief period Thursday, March 6 at the request of Loxley Police. Police say a disorderly Stapleton man had to be tased and arrested on school grounds around dismissal time.
On a day when many boat owners are prepping their boats for the spring and summer season, Mike Basco and his son are sifting through what remains of the boat they called home.
Foley police have announced an arrest in connection to the 5-year-old unsolved murder case of Michael Saucier. Investigators have developed evidence against one of the initial suspects, Spencer Ray Jerkins. They said he lived in Foley at the time of the murder.
A New Alabama gun bill just made it through the Senate Judiciary Committee. If the bill makes it to law, it would be legal for a citizen to carry a loaded handgun in their vehicle without a concealed carry permit.
Four Foley High School Students got the opportunity of a lifetime Thursday night, March 6.
The students are members of a relatively new organization … More »
A local ministry said the person who stole more than 60 bicycles meant for donation has come forward. Zac Foerster, Ridden Word ministry’s founder, said the person apologized and that he would not be pressing charges. He said Ridden Word wants to spread a message of forgiveness not vengeance.
It’s all about coding, software and multi-media Thursday morning, March 6 at Faulkner State Community College. More than 2000 students descended onto the Bay Minette campus to compete in the 30th Annual Computer Science Fair.
Five students from Foley High School will be given the chance Thursday, March 6 to gain a head start in planning for their own business. They’ll pitch ideas to local industry leaders and the public.