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Chief Barber: Spice outbreak an epidemic

Mobile Police Chief James Barber released a statement regarding two recent deaths in possible connection to Spice, on Tuesday evening, April 22.

“We’v...

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Byrne tours Brookley

Congressman Bradley Byrne took a brief tour of the Mobile Brookley Aeroplex on Tuesday, April 22, noting the progress of construction to Airbus and other infrastruct...

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MPD: Juvenile shot at park on Easter Sunday

Mobile Police spokesperson Terence Perkins says a female was standing near the restrooms at Langan Park Sunday when she heard people talking about a shooting.

Perkin...

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Be a part of a #GlobalSelfie!

Want to be a part of a global selfie? NASA is inviting everyone on the planet to take part in a worldwide celebration of Earth Day. FOX10 News even got in on the fun!…
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Mobile City Council approves money for new police cars

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.…
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Spice addict speaks out, warns users

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.…
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Alabama Seafood Summit begins

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.…
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Mobile City Council to hear Coal Terminal appeal

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.…
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Fight drug abuse by turning in excess pills

Local law enforcement agencies are teaming up with the Drug Enforcement Administration to help rid homes of unwanted or unused prescription drugs. The 8th National Prescription Drug Take-back Day will be held Saturday, April 22.…
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The Melting Pot is hiring

A new restaurant is preparing to open its doors in Mobile and they are looking to hire 65-70 people.

Melting Pot, which is expected to open sometime next month, is accept...

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Suspect wanted for armed robbery

Mobile Police say they are seeking an armed robbery suspect.

According to authorities the suspect, 21-year-old Traion Jones, entered Metro PCS 2312 St. Stephens Roa...

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Taco Bell shooter still on loose

MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) – Mobile Police Department officials say a pistol-whipping and shooting suspect is still on the lose, along with two accomplices, after tw...

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Major resurfacing project on I-10 begins

A year-long construction project on Interstate 10 in Mobile kicks off Monday, April 21. A section of the interstate will be resurfaced, a bridge will be raised for better clearance and a pedestrian bridge will be removed.…
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Local woman speaks on BP oil spill impact

MOBILE, Ala. - On the fourth anniversary of the worst manmade disaster in U.S. History a local woman says new studies show some "scary" finding on the environmental impact of the 2010 BP oil spill.…