Tuesday Mar 11
Mobile County schools officials attend hearing on Common Core 'opt out' bill
Mobile County schools officials went to Montgomery Tuesday to testify against Senate Bill 443 , also known as the Common Core "opt out" bill.
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Fri Feb 28, 2014
Chief Slac speaks: Wayne Dean talks about the origins of Joe Cain Day, previous chiefs and...
MOBILE, Alabama - Wayne Dean, a retired pastor, will get up Sunday morning and forgo the church clothes in favor of a more traditional attire: Deer tail belt, kilt, long johns, brown moccasins and a turkey feather headdress.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Public hearing tonight on Eichold-Mertz magnet school will include new zoning maps
The Mobile County school board will hold the first of two public hearings at 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, for parents affected by the conversion of Eichold-Mertz Elementary School into a science and math magnet school.
Call News, Breaking News No Bond for Suspects
Judge George Hardesty refused to allow bond Thursday for three suspects who have been charged with burglary and attempted murder in the beating of 86-year-old Carroll Jordan of Chickasaw.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Daphne home invasion: Elderly man injured as robbers steal flat-screen TV; suspects sought
DAPHNE, Alabama -- A 75-year-old man is recovering from injuries he sustained late Tuesday night after two men forced their way into his home, stole a flat-screen television and ran off.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Chickasaw police officer accused of sex abuse, MCSO investigating
CHICKASAW, Alabama -- A police officer is under investigation after allegations surfaced last week that he had sexually abused a person he knows, said a Chickasaw Police Department spokesman.
Joe Cain Classic 5K Run and Moonpie Dash
For the past 24 years, the Joe Cain Classic Run has been the primary focus for the Bay Area Runners , who organizes and conducts the event.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Downgrading murder charges 'absolutely atrocious'
From left, DeAngelo Terrell Smith, 21; Carlos Nottingham, 20; and Yasmine Munnerlyn, 19. They were originally charged with capital murder in the beating, stabbing and robbery of 86-year-old Carroll Jordan of Chickasaw , but prosecutors downgraded the charges to attempted murder after ruling Jordan died from complications due to surgery.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Mobile schools superintendent proposes 2 hearings on Eichold-Mertz transition
At its meeting on Feb. 24, the Mobile County school board is expected to approve two hearing dates for parents affected by the conversion of Eichold-Mertz Elementary School into a science and math magnet school.
Capital Murder Charges Dropped in Jordan Case
Mobile County District Attorney Ashley Rich announced Wednesday that capital murder charges against three people in the death of an elderly Chickasaw man have been dropped as a result of an autopsy.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Old Joe Cain's Mardi Gras Legacy
New Orleans may be known to many as the birthplace of Mardi Gras in America, but truth be told...that honor goes to Mobile, Alabama.