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Business Insider's Julie Zeveloff , who penned a piece on March 31 entitled, " The 11 Most Miserable Cities in America ," which included Mobile, is headed to the Port City.
The transgender woman accused in the murder of a Unite States Coast Guardsman stationed in Mobile has been given an opportunity to get out of jail, according a court order obtained by Local 15 News.
Terrence Lamar Thompson, 43, was arrested by Mobile police on Tuesday, June 18, 2013.
MOBILE, Alabama - While Alabama's 2013 Paris Air Show entourage seeks new and expanding investments for the state, Airbus Americas is making good on one already underway in Mobile.
Press-Register and AL.com reporter Theresa Seiger breaks open a locked car using the Jaws of Life during a demonstration at the Mobile Fire-Rescue Department's Spring 2013 Citizens Academy on Monday, April 22, 2013.
State Superintendent Tommy Bice discusses the Alabama schools listed as failing according to the Alabama Accountability Act and the options students at those schools have Tuesday, June 18, 2013, at the Gordon Persons Building in Montgomery, Ala.
MOBILE, Ala. Carnival has filed a lawsuit against BAE, seeking damages during a wind storm in April.
Prichard Police say one crash victim remains in the hospital, while the other three surviving patients have been released.
MOBILE, Ala. A child was rushed to the hospital after nearly drowning in a hotel pool.
MOBILE, Ala. Mobile Police are still investigating a crash that involved police and killed a teenager.
Mobile Mayor Sam Jones is in France this week with a contingent of city, county and state officials meeting with representatives in the aerospace industry.
In the post, I explained that the list was based on statistics published by the consulting company, and not my own impressions.
Mobile County Circuit Judge Joseph "Rusty" Johnston talks to Carlos Kennedy during a hearing Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011.
Ten employees received an award from the National Safety Council for unblemshied driving while on the job.
MOBILE, Alabama - A prosecutor and defense lawyer today offered competing arguments about what led to the vicious beating of a man who once was a close friend of defendant Brandon Estle .
Ms. Deborah W. Works of Spanish Fort, Ala. and Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Works, III of Sanford, Fla.