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Alabama Football Recruiting Update: A-Day Visitors
In case you are not familiar with the recruiting process, it is an on-going operation that never ends.
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Fri Apr 18, 2014
Last day of spring break another dud, but the 'Bama was rocking
It somehow seemed fitting that the last official day of spring break was, yet again, a bust for beach goers.
New Augusta Evans school nears completion
MOBILE, Ala. - Special needs students in Mobile County will soon have a new school to call their own.
Mobile police: Woman dies after trying to pull over with a flat tire
MOBILE, Alabama -- A 66-year-old woman died Friday morning after she got a flat tire in the predawn darkness and tried to pull over on Interstate 65, according to the Mobile Police Department .
Former Prichard cop accused of using badge as shield to sell drugs...
MOBILE, Alabama - The former Prichard police officer accused of selling cocaine and using his badge as a shield job has been indicted by a grand jury on drug charges.
What to expect as Easter approaches: a prayer labyrinth, living Stations of the Cross and sunrise services
If you're driving downtown at mid-morning on Good Friday, you're likely to see a Living Stations of the Cross procession heading from Spanish Plaza to Cathedral Square in downtown Mobile.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
A famous Mobilian you should know: Yolande Betbetze Fox, an outspoken beauty queen
She grew up a serious student and singer in Mobile and became a groundbreaking Miss America 1951.
FOX10 News obtains Eight Mile residents vs. Mobile Gas court documents
MOBILE, Ala. - FOX10 News has obtained court documents detailing the latest developments on a lawsuit between Eight Mile residents and Mobile Gas.
Chief: Replacement of 'antiquated' Mobile police vehicles paramount to continued safety
Mobile Police Chief James Barber released these images on Thursday, April 17, 2014, of a police car which hit a pole after the car's front wheels fell off while an officer was driving on Sunday, March 16, 2014.
Wine not? Former New Yorkers to open wine bar in heart of downtown Mobile
MOBILE, Alabama - Since they moved their belongings from New York City to Mobile in a U-Haul truck last July, Margo Alderton and Andre Lotz have been initiated into everything Mobile, from BayFest to Mardi Gras.
Mobile officials seeking high-demand grant to rebuilt and revitalize Broad Street in advance of Airbus production
Portions of Broad Street are closed as work crews rehabilitate the streets at the Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley ahead of the opening of the $600 million Airbus assembly plant.
Credit score dos and don'ts en route, and a lot of Mobile area real estate changing hands
MOBILE, Alabama - We all know the importance of a strong credit score, but raise your hand if you know exactly what factors contribute to that magic little number that can literally make or break some of life's most important decisions.
Heavy Rain, Flooding Headed for Southeast
A low pressure system is set to deliver heavy rain to parts of the Southeast Friday and Saturday, bringing the risk of flooding to the area.
Pro-life group sues USA, employs religious freedom organization to represent them
MOBILE, Alabama-- An independent student group at the University of South Alabama has filed federal suit against the university on the grounds that it infringed their religious freedom according to court documents.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Mobile needs to keep trying to get Amtrak
Amtrak Sunset Limited pulls out from under the Arthur Outlaw Convention Center and into the station at the foot of Government Street in this file photo from 2002.
Jury to decide whether ex-Mobile politician reached out to girl for sex or as part of ministry
MOBILE, Alabama - The fate of an ex-Mobile politician accused of enticing a child for sex is in the hands of a jury.
With few leads, Mobile police turn to the public in search for armed robbery suspect
Police released this image on Monday, April 7, 2014, of a man wanted for questioning in a March 30, 2014, armed robbery on Dauphin Island Parkway in Mobile, Ala.
Man shot after accepting ride from stranger, Mobile police say
MOBILE, Alabama -- A man was shot Tuesday evening after he accepted a ride from a stranger who later tried to rob him, according to the Mobile Police Department .
A crazy lady on the loose, kitty cats and more mischief on the Mobile theater scene
Mobile voice-over artist and former program director of WABB-FM radio Barry Silverman, used to be addicted to old time radio much like today's kiddos are magnetized to their Smartphones and tech toys.