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Alabama Aviation Center eyeing expansion, coveted hangar space at Mobile Aeroplex
Steve Boykin, left, supervisor of agriculture and technical education for the Mobile County school system, is shown with Kyle Cook, director of Gulf Coast operations at the Alabama Aviation Center.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Starting senior year in yellow shirts at Williamson High School
MOBILE, Alabama -- Williamson High School, part of the Mobile County school system, had its first day of classes on Aug. 7. We asked five members of Williamson's senior class what they were going to enjoy the most in their final year; what they planned to do after graduation; and if they had any words of wisdom for freshmen.
Mobile County Constable says training will weed out a oebad applesa
As she told you last week in an exclusive report, some Mobile County constables have felony convictions and at least one of those constables is still serving.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Beefing up school security: New radio system, extra officers in Baldwin County
As classes begin Monday, the Baldwin County school system is implementing a $525,000 digital two-way radio system in schools and on buses to improve communication and safety.
'Stand Your Ground' or drug-debt murder? Son of prominent Mobile family accused
MOBILE, Alabama - Was Antonio Crawford a threat inside the house when resident Joe Booth Jr. shot him to death? Or did Booth kill him in cold blood on the porch and try dragging his body back inside to cover up a cold-blooded murder over a drug debt? That's the crux of a shooting that shook up midtown Mobile on an otherwise calm Sunday morning in ... (more)
Fri Aug 15, 2014
City of Prichard forces nightclub to shut down
City officials announced Friday, August 15 that they have issued a cease and desist order against Club Suga's, a nightclub on the 4000 block of St. Stephen's Rd. Officials hope that order will shut the club down until the club's owner can effectively prove to the city council that the club will operate within all legal bounds and licenses.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
What's going on where Little House Midtown was?
Balance, a gourmet meal delivery service that offers vegetarian and Paleo breakfasts, lunches and dinners, has leased the building formerly occupied by Little House Midtown.
Alligators hunters should enjoy perfect weather, water conditions for first weekend season split
Gator hunters in Alabama's southwest and west-central zones should find perfect weather and water conditions when they hit the water over the next three nights.
Alabama Restaurant Week is a chance to sample the wide array of dishes available here
Alabama Restaurant Week is a time for the state's cafes, restaurants and other outlets for good food to offer special deals on some of their signature dishes.
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FirstNet's Kennedy highlights progress made during the past year
FirstNet Acting General Manager TJ Kennedy noted advances made within FIrstNet and the public-safety-communications industry during his presentation at the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials conference in New Orleans.
Region Briefs for August 14.
A Lake Pontchartrain shark expert quickly and easily caught two bull sharks in the same area where a young boy was attacked on Friday.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
FOX10 Investigation: Whoa s watching the constables?
The recent arrest of a Mobile County constable accused of murder has raised concerns about the controversial law enforcement group.
List of those with warrants to appear on DA website
Mobile County District Attorney Ashley Rich says, effective immediately a public list will be available of people who have outstanding traffic warrants, unpaid misdemeanor cases and unpaid felony cases that have been prosecuted District Court and Circuit Court of Mobile County, and turned over to our office for recovery efforts.
West-central zone gator hunters have best shot at bagging 'Deinosuchus'
Let's get a couple of things out in the open right off the bat; there is no such thing as a 20-foot alligator weighing 1,000 pounds in Alabama or anywhere else for that matter.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Carbon policies motivated by desire to 'erase Southeast's competitive advantage,' Byrne says
President Barack Obama and his allies who are waging a "war on coal," not just to reduce greenhouse gases but to slow down the South's economic growth, U.S. Rep. Bradley Byrne said Tuesday.
Ala. veterans aid groups receive $6.3 million
Alabama community organizations that work with homeless or at-risk veterans have received more than $6.3 million in federal grants.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Free wellness screenings, STD testing and school immunizations for children age 4 and up will be available from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 12, at the William Clark Family Life Center, 2501 W. Main St. in Mobile.
Evonik plans $113 million expansion, creation of chemical park in Mobile
Bonnie Tully, vice president and site manager for Evonik Corp.'s Mobile facility, displays the chemical companies newest product Monday, Aug. 11, 2014, moments after the Industrial Development Authority of Mobile County approved the company's plans for a $113 million expansion and creation of a chemical park.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Atheist who spoke against 'In God We Trust' sent hate mail, death wishes
That message among dozens of others awaited 21-year-old college student Amanda Scott, a member of the Mobile Atheist Community after speaking publicly against the proposed "In God We Trust" display at Mobile's Government Plaza.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Cell phone data tracks traffic on Bayway, Causeway
If you're heading to the Gulf Coast beaches for some sunshine, The Lone Star state for a rodeo or California to watch your favorite football team play in the Rose Bowl, chances are if you're driving, you're taking Interstate 10. It travels from the Pacific to the Atlantic Coast.