6 hrs ago
Hoarding situation in Mobile creates serious situation at Mobile Animal Shelter
A hoarding case in Mobile, Alabama has created a serious situation for the Mobile County Animal Shelter.
7 hrs ago
Mobile County Residents Send Relief to OKC Tornado Victims
MOBILE COUNTY, Ala. Some Bayou La Batre residents are on a mission to help the folks in Moore, Oklahoma, who are rebuilding after the tornado.
9 hrs ago
Just 4: Family's two sets of twins attend Mobile County pre-school
Parents Alice and Adrian Pope are seen at Mobile County's Just 4 Developmental Laboratory with their five youngest children: Andrew, 6; 4-year-old twins Amber and Autumn; and 5-year-old twins Ashton and Ashley.
9 hrs ago
Officials to vote on up to $800,000 in incentives to lure agri-chemical business to Mobile County
The headquarters of Bayer CropScience in Monheim, Germany: view at the illuminated greenhouses of the Institute for Fungicides.
9 hrs ago
Gilliard Elementary students participate in uniform drive on the last day of school...
Gilliard Elementary third grader Rosemary Ha, 9, and fourth grader Josiah King, 10, place used uniforms into a box for the Salvation Army Friday 24, 2013 in Mobile, Ala.
15 hrs ago
Ex-Montgomery supplying Irvington drug dealer told had gambling problem, court documents suggest
MOBILE, Alabama - A Montgomery police officer caught supplying a drug dealer in Irvington told investigators he had a gambling problem, according to documents filed in federal court this week.
Thu May 23, 2013
Cherokee County Herald
Grants boost - Click It or Ticket' enforcement campaign during Memorial Day holiday
Gov. Robert Bentley has awarded nine grants to support the "Click It or Ticket" traffic safety campaign now underway.
Several Parents File Lawsuits Against School Over Bullying
MOBILE COUNTY, Ala. Several Mobile County parents have filed lawsuits against St.
Mobile County to spend almost $1 million on upgrades to Sage Ave., Texas St. parks
Herndon Park, at Dauphin Street and Sage Avenue in midtown Mobile, will receive upgrades including new scoreboards and sod as part of an almost $1 million contract between the city and Mobile County.
After rape acquittal, Mobile man sentenced to probation for domestic violence
MOBILE, Alabama - A judge this morning imposed a suspended jail sentence and probation on a man who was acquitted of a rape charge last month but convicted of a domestic violence offense.
Memorial Day 2013 holiday closings for Mobile and Baldwin counties
Many governmental agencies will be closed Monday, May 27, in observance of Memorial Day.
Wed May 22, 2013
Reality Check: Lawmakers Could've Saved $1 M on Election Costs
One bill in the 2013 legislative session promised to save taxpayers more than $1 million per election cycle, but you probably never heard of it.
Jury convicts Daphne man busted in sting of trying to arrange sex with young girls
MOBILE, Alabama - A federal jury today convicted a Daphne man of trying to arrange a sexual encounter with two young girls after answering a coded advertisement on Craigslist.
Co-defendant in Mobile Winn-Dixie trial tells judge he will not testify
Collier Kirksey appears at a court hearing last year in Mobile County District Court.
Tue May 21, 2013
Call News, Mobile County social worker charged with abusing elderly brother
After deputies found her brother near death and lying in his own feces, a Mobile County DHR employee was arrested on abuse charges Tuesday afternoon, according to the Mobile County Sheriff's Office.
Daphne man responded to coded Craigslist ad offering sex with children, detective testifies
MOBILE, Alabama - A Daphne man accused of trying to set up a sexual encounter with two young girls traded almost 200 emails with an undercover detective in November after responding to a coded ad on Craigslist, according to testimony today.
White supremacist gets life for murdering fellow Aryan Brotherhood member in Tillman's Corner
MOBILE, Alabama - The only real drama from today's hearing for a Neo-Nazi convicted of murder was whether he would serve a life prison term after or at the same time as his sentence on federal gun and drug charges .
Mon May 20, 2013
Alabama Senate gives the OK to possible $5 issuance fee for Mobile County licenses
A Mobile County clerk helps a Mobile man at the Mobile County License Commission office in this February 2010 photo.
Mobile Winn-Dixie robbers got key information from employee, prosecutor tells jury
Collier Kirksey , sits with defense attorney James Byrd during jury selection before the start of his trial on robbery and attempted murder charges in Mobile, Alabama, on Monday, May 20, 2013.
Sat May 18, 2013
Satsuma school board revises policy on speakers
The Satsuma school board has revised its policy for allowing citizens to address the board, removing a requirement that speaker must submit a request at least three working days in advance.