Ruidoso's walk-in clinic fills medical gap
Nurse practitioner Amber Watts, seated, who provides care at the new walk-in clinic in the Lincoln County Medical Center's professional building, and Terry Riehl, practice administrator, want to increase public awareness of the services available through the clinic.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Law group defends pro-life students restricted to college 'speech zone'
Mobile, Ala., Aug 27, 2014 / 01:38 pm .- A student group at the University of South Alabama is challenging the university administration after being told its pro-life display must be limited to the school's small "speech zone."
Stop Being a Pretentious Disaster Snob
We all know that person. If it's 105 at your house, it's 110 at theirs. If you get two feet of snow, they've got three.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Almost 1 year since Huntsville teen's suicide, Daniel Adamek pushes for better mental health care
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - Daniel Adamek was a first-year graduate student more than 15 years ago when he learned he would be the father of a little boy named Christian.
USA reports record enrollment: 16,055
MOBILE, Alabama -- The University of South Alabama is reporting an enrollment milestone: 16,055 for fall 2014, an increase of 4.9 percent.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Gulf fishing authority says red-snapper fix is easy
Katie McAdam, Rachel Long and Joelle Lorenzo caught these red snapper during a recent trip in state waters.
Providence Hospital staff takes a swim for ALS, challenges Mobile, Birmingham, Pensacola...
Providence Hospital's Executive VP/COO Todd Kennedy and VP/CNO Peter Lindquist accepted the challenge along with 200 nurses, physicians and doctors from four of the hospital's doctors.
What I've Learned from Two Years Collecting Data on Police Killings
A few days ago, Deadspin's Kyle Wagner began to compile a list of all police-involved shootings in the U.S. He's not the only one to undertake such a project: D. Brian Burghart, a writer for the Reno News & Review , has been attempting a crowdsourced national database of deadly police violence.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Sandi Patty Comes to Mobile
Sandi Patty will take the stage this Friday night at the Mitchell Center on the campus at the University of South Alabama.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Keeping the faith at college: Campus ministries offer cookouts, games, movies to reach students
Students worship during Ram Rush on Sunday, Aug. 17, 2014, in a service at Ram Hall at the University of Mobile.
Second Alabama victim identified in fatal Jackson County crash
The second person who died Saturday night in a head-on collision on Mississippi 63 near Escatawpa has been identified as Michael Gaffney, 54, of Mobile.
The Moultrie News
ECMC appoints new chief nursing officer
East Cooper Medical Center has announced Terri Harris as its new chief nursing officer.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Photograph by Kathy Dean, University of Mobile
This weekend, the University of Mobile and the University of South Alabama held several events as they welcomed students to campus for the new school year.
Life Stories: Sylvia Warrick Spann was a mother, a teacher, and a steadfast friend
That's how Sylvia Warrick Spann of Mobile described herself before succumbing to leukemia on April 16, 2014, according to long-time friend Kay Kimbrough.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
I-10 Mobile River Bridge's construction could generate $1.5 billion for Mobile area
The state of Alabama would get $41 million in new tax revenues from the construction of an Interstate 10 bridge over the Mobile River, while the city of Mobile could anticipate $1.5 billion in overall impact from a construction project that could last up to six years, a study by an University of South Alabama instructor will show when it's released ... (more)
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Biking to save a life: Ride4Gabe comes to a finish in Battleship Memorial Park
MOBILE, Alabama -- Nine-year-old Gabe Griffin of Birmingham rode triumphantly into Battleship Memorial Park on Thursday afternoon, towed by his father Scott Griffin and attended by cyclists Michael Staley and Wes Bates.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Starting senior year: The black shirt club at McGill-Toolen Catholic High School
McGill-Toolen students returned to school Wednesday, Aug. 13. From left are seniors Katy Rasp, Blaize Naman and Rita Kendrick.
SUV lodges under 18-wheeler causing diesel fuel spill, Mobile Fire-Rescue says
MOBILE, Alabama -- Late Tuesday night an accident lodged an SUV underneath the rear of an 18-wheeler, resulting in a diesel fuel spill, according to Mobile Fire-Rescue.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
FOX10 News is taking a closer look at the debate over the national motto "In God We Trust" being displayed in Government Plaza.