A fatal shooting at a convenience store in Theodore in September followed a videotaped fight between the alleged murderer and the victim at a gas station earlier that day, an investigator testified Monday.
Family and friends gathered at the City Hall Plaza in Saraland for a cookout in hopes of finding James Bernard White. White, 79, has been missing since March 18 and was seen wearing a blue shirt and pants.
A local pastor wants the city of Prichard to fix its longstanding problems with water service. Archie Rankin, Pastor of Sure Word Outreach Ministries, says every time it rains heavily in Prichard, Alabama Village suffers.
While many folks gather at the dinner table for Thanksgiving, others are dedicating their holiday to serve others. The Salvation Army is ensuring that people get a hot Thanksgiving meal in the Port City-- and it’s all-hands-on-deck.
In announcing indictments in her long-running probe into corruption at the Prichard Water Works & Sewer Board, Mobile County District Attorney Ashley Rich on Friday linked alleged misuse of funds to the utility’s financial troubles.
Amtrak, the CSX and Norfolk Southern freight railroads and the Alabama State Port Authority have reached a “conditional” agreement that will allow passenger rail service to return to the region, according to a joint announcement by the parties.
A Mobile County prosecutor on Tuesday said Zachery Hannah would be a prime candidate for a no-bail order under a constitutional amendment approved by voters this month. Just one problem – Aniah’s Law has not yet officially taken effect.
USA Health has gained approval to build a multi-specialty ambulatory surgery center on its West Mobile Campus that is currently home to the USA Health Freestanding Emergency Department and USA Health Medical Office Building.
A University of South Alabama football player is learning to walk again after colliding with a teammate during practice in October. Folks in the community are rallying behind Marvin Martin, better known as ‘MJ’, to support him in his long road to recovery.
Folks braving the dreary weather-- to honor the legacy of Africatown.People came from all across the state for the Africatown Historical Lantern Walk to learn about the history of Africatown and remember its ancestors.
Local men rallied against violence here in the Port City early Saturday morning. Among them -- Mobile’s Top Cop -- Chief Paul Prine. The group “Men United Against Violence” meeting at Bienville Square for their first awareness walk.