We were there for their “Dogs on Hand” event -- which attracted dogs of all sizes to Blackburn Park. Most of the dogs were in costume -- and participated in a dog pageant. There was also lots of games and activities for the kids.
A 22-year-old Tampa woman who participated in a scheme to commit bank fraud with stolen driver’s licenses and counterfeit checks will go to prison for a year and a half after a federal judge handed down her sentence.
As we enter the heart of hurricane season EMA officials want folks to stay aware and informed. EMA Director, Zach Hood said the disturbance in the Caribbean isn’t cause for alarm but a reminder to stay vigilant.
There was a heated debate Wednesday night at the Foley planning commission meeting where many residents were in uproar over a proposed subdivision that will potentially disrupt traffic flow, amongst other concerns.
Groundbreaking was the last week in May and it’s amazing how far construction has come in the four months since, especially considering setbacks from weather and much of the work coming from volunteers using donated products.
More than 230 companies statewide have asked for applications for medical marijuana licenses, including 18 in Mobile County and 13 in Baldwin County, according to the Alabama Medical Marijuana Commission.
Pecan season is just around the corner. It’s an industry that continues to grow in the state of Alabama. And while there’s several ways to pronounce the nut -- FOX 10′s Lee Peck -- found out either way you crack it -- it’s still a big money maker for the state.
Friday marks two years since Hurricane Sally hit the Gulf Coast. The slow-moving storm -- leaving behind a lot of damage -- including leveling the Eastern Shore Aquatic Center. Tonight an update from a business that operated there -- and how it continues to grow and the lessons they learned from the storm.
Like most places these days, the Foley Police Department is having trouble hiring-- they don’t have enough qualified, certified applicants. Now, they’re hiring non-certified officers with the intent for them to carry out support service duties... they won’t be carrying a weapon.
Sheriff’s investigators now believe the shooting at Pelican Point Friday night did not begin with a domestic dispute between a man and woman as first thought, but rather the result of an argument between two men.