Synthetic marijuana, also known as ‘Spice’, is creeping into your communities at an alarming rate. It’s illegal in Alabama; outlawed in 2011. But it’s not stopping the lethal drug from destroying families all across the state.
Fox 10 News Fugitive Files needs your help to find a wanted suspect. This week, it’s someone accused of shooting a man at a club on Monday, February 3, 2014.
Mobile County Sheriff’s Office, Mobile Police Department, ABC Board, Mobile United Public Safety Committee, Mobile County Health Department and Drug Education Council held a press conference Wednesday, April 23 on Spice.
CONTINUING COVERAGE // University of South Alabama Police are investigating a report of an assault and abduction on the university’s campus Wednesday morning.
The Mobile County Public School System is forced to shift gears on the new Citronelle High School after test results reveal “unsuitable” soil on the current site. Facilities Manager Tommy Sheffield said Wednesday, April 23 the soil where the new school was planned will not support the new two-story building.
A psychiatrist at BayPointe Children’s Hospital in Mobile said he is seeing an increase of children, as young as 9-years-old, entering the hospital for treatment after using spice, or synthetic marijuana.
Congressman Bradley Byrne is hosting U.S. House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy at Austal USA shipyards. They’re expected to talk about the importance of the Littoral Combat Ship.
People who live in the area of Dauphin Island Parkway will have a new health care option. The Mobile County Health Department is holding a grand opening of its Dauphin Island Parkway location. It’s a 4,300 square foot facility with state-of-the-art exam rooms and new equipment.
Mobile Police Chief James Barber released a statement regarding two recent deaths in possible connection to Spice, on Tuesday evening, April 22.
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Congressman Bradley Byrne took a brief tour of the Mobile Brookley Aeroplex on Tuesday, April 22, noting the progress of construction to Airbus and … More »
The Mobile Police Department is investigating an unusually high number of cases where numerous patients have been admitted to area hospitals due to life-threatening … More »
Mobile Police spokesperson Terence Perkins says a female was standing near the restrooms at Langan Park Sunday when she heard people talking about a … More »
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The Mobile city council had good news for local law enforcement Tuesday, April 22. The council agreed to spend more than $3 million to purchase nearly a hundred new police cars. The vote clears the way for the city to purchase police cars and motorcycles that Chief James Barber says are vital to police protection in Mobile.
FOX10 New continues to take a closer look at what local doctors are calling a major uptick in patients having a severe reaction to smoking Spice, also known as synthetic marijuana.
Eat Alabama Wild Seafood isn’t just a slogan, it’s the centerpiece of a $499 million industry that employees 11,000 people in Alabama.
MOBILE, Ala. – The Mobile City Council is set to hear the appeal on the proposed Blue Creek Coal Terminal near downtown Mobile. Opponents of the project are appealing the Planning Commission’s approval of the company’s application last month.