Gulf Shores Police are investigating an incident at a bar that ended with a man dead.
The City of Foley will soon break ground on a new multi-use sports complex. Construction of the $27 million sports complex will begin as early as March. The adjacent conference center hotel is expected to be built at the same time.
For some folks at FOX10, like Bob Grip and Renee Dials, Fat Tuesday 2014 was their 30th and 37th Mardi Gras Day. … More »
Thousands packed downtown Mobile for a day filled with fun as Mardi Gras brought beads, moonpies, and doubloons…and along with it, the wind and … More »
The Alabama Legislature has voted to create a scholarship program to help high school students take technology courses simultaneously at a community college.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) – An Alabama state lawmaker says a man snatched his wallet in a Montgomery gas station and ran off with it.… More »
The Mobile Bay Brass Band kicked off Fat Tuesday the only way they know how to, with some funky jazz music.
If the sound … More »
It may not be football season yet but the Million Dollar Band rolled into the Port City to celebrate Fat Tuesday.
The band left … More »
South Alabamians have stepped up to donate dozens of old bicycles less than one week after FOX10 News reported thieves stole them from a local ministry.
A local gas station is finally back in business and the cashier back at home after a truck came crashing into the store, striking an employee
While some refused to let cold and rainy weather ruin their Fat Tuesday, others decided to go shopping instead. A parade of vehicles poured into the Bel Air Mall parking lot and folks funneled inside.
People come from all over to celebrate Mardi Gras in Mobile. We found Kathy Mulder and Shellly Morris lined up for a breakfast Bloody outside the Riverview Plaza Hotel. They’re originally from L.A., but now they live in Sparta, North Carolina. Mulder said she heard about Mobile’s Mardi Gras, and decided to check it out for herself.
Some 52 different entries, from glittery floats to booming bands, took over Peridido Beach Boulevard in Orange Beach on Fat Tuesday 2014. The City of Orange Beach boasted their Pirate Ship float, which city officials say was created with some BP Tourism Grant Money.
Hundreds lined the central block of Parade Route A to see the Order of Athena, the Knights of Revelry and the Comic Cowboys, which rolled in the first half of the day. A bit of light rain certainly didn’t stop people from coming out to enjoy the festivities.
With Fat Tuesday parades rolling in downtown Mobile today, officials expect more than 100,000 people to turn out over the course of today. And with rain being a factor, law enforcement has to make sure everyone stays safe.
The King Felix III parade rolled through downtown Mobile on Fat Tuesday.
The Knights of Revelry took to the streets Fat Tuesday with their parade. The theme was Mayberry.