Yates is a cook at the nearby Ollies Restaurant. He said the car was already on fire when he ran outside with a fire extinguisher.
With Spring Break for many schools just around the corner, Gulf Shores officials are preparing for the beginning of the busy summer beach season.… More »
Officials say they are investigating the death of a 2-year-old Panhandle child as an accidental shooting.
Investigators say the toddler was shot and killed … More »
Fire officials say a man was seriously hurt while working at the Alabama State Docks’ Pinto Island facilities around 11 p.m. Saturday night.
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A 5-year-old boy with cancer was able to lead a Mardi Gras procession in his hometown on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
Ryan Wilson rode … More »
More than 100,000 people could flood the streets of downtown Mobile Sunday in the ever popular Joe Cain Day parade.
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— On Tuesday, March 4, a parade will be part of the celebration of the Fat Tuesday Mardi Gras in Mobile. Postal service will … More »
Mobile Police estimate 106,432 people filled downtown Mobile to watch the Mystics of Time parade Saturday night.
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According to Mobile Police, a one vehicle crash claimed the life of one teenager and seriously injured five others. The accident happened at the intersection of Grelot Road and Hillcrest Road shortly after midnight on Sunday, March 2.
Mobile Police say 31-year-old Caiaphas Milton fatally shot a family member, 35-year-old Marcus Bell, in the early morning hours on Saturday, March 1.
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James Meredith says it was “foolish” for anyone to leave a noose and an old Georgia state flag with a prominent Confederate emblem on the statue. The items were found Feb. 16 on the Oxford campus.
Dr. Kozelsky said the situation unfolding in the region is complex. About half of the people in the Ukraine consider themselves Russian and support Vladimir Putin, the other half fear the Ukraine’s independence is threatened by what they consider Russia’s “aggression.”
Gulf Shores Fire officials say fire destroyed a home on Sixth Avenue Saturday, March 1.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has dismissed the few specific threats from the United States, which include scrapping plans for Obama to attend an international summit in Russia this summer and cutting off trade talks sought by Moscow.
There was a high-level meeting at the White House Saturday after Russia’s parliament gave President Vladimir Putin the military go-ahead to protect Russian interests in neighboring Ukraine.
The Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a Fort Walton Beach woman on charges she killed her newborn baby.
29 year-old Tonisha Crowell was … More »
The always popular Crewe of Columbus parade delighted parade-goers and drew a crowd of 89,640 people Friday night.
Mobile Police arrested seven people on … More »