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9 hrs ago | WALA

Jaga s linebacker plays part in game day wedding proposal

A Southeastern Conference member coming to town wasn't the only excitement surrounding the University of South Alabama vs. Mississippi State game, on Saturday, September 13, 2014. Our FOX10 News cameras happened upon the wedding proposal for Betsy Bullock from her soon-to-be groom Blake Powell.

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Related Topix: Wedding

13 hrs ago | Alabama Live

Water woes during Saturday's USA football game likely to be aired during Monday's...

MOBILE, Alabama - An explanation on what happened with water supply during Saturday's University of South Alabama football game could come as early as this afternoon before the Ladd-Peebles Stadium board of directors. Board member and former City Council President Reggie Copeland said he has received multiple phone calls since Saturday's game against Mississippi State with questions as to why the shortage of cold, bottled water happened during a game which saw the largest-ever turnout for a Jaguars football game.

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Related Topix: Mobile, AL

Sat Sep 13, 2014

Alabama Live

South Alabama Jaguars set all-time attendance record at Ladd-Peebles Stadium

The University of South Alabama Marching Band shows school support prior to the game against Mississippi State on September 13, 2014. (Cassie Fambro MOBILE, Alabama-- The University of South Alabama and the surrounding community showed up in force at Ladd-Peebles Stadium on Saturday to watch the Jags take on the Mississippi State Bulldogs.

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Alabama Live

Southern college towns add excitement to retirement: guest opinion

While financial security is a priority for most people when planning for retirement, where you live when retired can have a significant impact on finances, and equally important, quality of life. Regions with a lower cost of living - such as the Southeastern U.S. - put less strain on a fixed income, while the region's mild climate makes winters more agreeable and less hazardous.

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Related Topix: University of Mississippi, University of Georgia, Athens, GA, Clarke County, GA, University of Kentucky, Opinion

Fri Sep 12, 2014

WALA

Wave Transit offers USA Jags game day shuttle service

The Wave Transit System, the Public Transportation provider for the City of Mobile, has once again partnered with the University of South Alabama to provide game day shuttle service from Bel Air Mall, for all 2014 USA Jags home football games. Beginning Saturday, September 13, 2014, The Wave Transit System will provide open to the general public service from Bel Air Mall to Ladd-Peebles Stadium.

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Alabama Live

Live updates: Sept. 12 USA Board of Trustees meeting

The University of South Alabama's Board of Trustees meeting began at 10:30 a.m. Sept. 12, with President Tony G. Waldrop making general announcements and showing a video of the faculty taking the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

WALA

Doctors: Respiratory viruses on the rise

Doctors with the University of South Alabama Medical Center tell FOX10 News that two dangerous respiratory diseases, the Enterovirus-68 and whooping cough, are becoming a big concerns along the Gulf Coast. Doctors say this summer's outbreak of EV-68 first started in the Midwest and has spread nationwide.

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Related Topix: Family, Kids

WALA

American Heart Association Heart Walk Coming Up

On Saturday, September 13th everyone is invited to the campus of the University of South Alabama to join in on the fight against heart disease. Events start at 8am at the Mitchell Center near the Bell Tower.

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Alabama Live

Help for the directionally challenged in the School Zone

Welcome to the School Zone column, which is published every Thursday. My goal is to provide a snapshot of what's happening in the schools in Mobile and Baldwin counties.

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Related Topix: Mobile County, AL, Baldwin County, AL, Education Etc., Spring Hill College, Mobile, AL

Alabama Live

Alligators could provide window into Mobile-Tensaw Delta's overall health

Dr. Alison Robertson, a marine toxicologist with the Dauphin Island Sea Lab, is counting on the American alligator to tell her the tale of the Mobile-Tensaw Delta's health. Since alligators such as the World Record animal killed by Mandy Stokes and her crew this year on the Alabama River are large predators at the top of an extensive food chain and they're long-lived, they make perfect bio-indicators or collectors of the natural and manmade elements occurring in the ecosystems where they live.

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Related Topix: Dauphin Island, AL

Wed Sep 10, 2014

WALA

Guinness World Record attempted to be broken at USA

On Wednesday afternoon attendees of the World Leisure Congress and students at the University of South Alabama will attempt to break a Guinness World Record on the University's campus. Officials with the World Leisure Congress told FOX10 they are looking to break the record of noise level in one building by yelling "Go Jags."

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Related Topix: World Records

Alabama Live

Symptoms of the enterovirus 68 respiratory illness and how to prevent it

Enteroviruses have various symptoms that include mild respiratory, fever, rash and neurologic illness. Enterovirus 68 has more severe respiratory symptoms, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health.

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Related Topix: Alabama Government, Alabama, Common Cold, Health

Mon Sep 01, 2014

WSFA-TV Montgomery

Amber Alert update: Car found of teen shot and abducted

Montgomery's Greek Orthodox church is celebrating another Labor day with their annual barbecue and pastry sale.The sale started at 9 this morning and it ends at 5 p-m.They'll be selling barbecue chicken, With a new round of talks on easing the crisis in Ukraine about to start, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has called on the participants to ... (more)

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Related Topix: Life, Food, Bar-B-Q, Opelika, AL

WSFA-TV Montgomery

Shooting at Miles College under investigation

The family of Gil Collar, the University of South Alabama student who was shot and killed on campus in October of 2012, are picking up the pieces after losing their home in a house fire.

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Related Topix: Miles College, World News, Palestinian Territories, Middle East, Opelika, AL

WSFA-TV Montgomery

Shelby Humane enters final stretch of $100K challenge

Montgomery's Greek Orthodox church is celebrating another Labor day with their annual barbecue and pastry sale.The sale started at 9 this morning and it ends at 5 p-m.They'll be selling barbecue chicken, With a new round of talks on easing the crisis in Ukraine about to start, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has called on the participants to ... (more)

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Related Topix: Life, Food, Bar-B-Q, World News, Palestinian Territories, Middle East, Opelika, AL

Sun Aug 31, 2014

WSFA-TV Montgomery

Family of slain USA student Gil Collar loses home in house fire

The family of Gil Collar, the University of South Alabama student who was shot and killed on campus in October of 2012, are picking up the pieces after losing their home in a house fire.

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Related Topix: Fire

Sat Aug 30, 2014

Alabama Live

Celebrating a milestone: USA Children's & Women's Hospital concludes $72.6M expansion

MOBILE, Alabama -- University of South Alabama officials celebrated a milestone with the grand opening of the courtyard and lobby at USA Children's & Women's Hospital.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

Ruidoso News

Ruidoso's walk-in clinic fills medical gap

Nurse practitioner Amber Watts, seated, who provides care at the new walk-in clinic in the Lincoln County Medical Center's professional building, and Terry Riehl, practice administrator, want to increase public awareness of the services available through the clinic.

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Related Topix: Ruidoso, NM, Lincoln County, NM

Wed Aug 27, 2014

DFW Catholic

Law group defends pro-life students restricted to college 'speech zone'

Mobile, Ala., Aug 27, 2014 / 01:38 pm .- A student group at the University of South Alabama is challenging the university administration after being told its pro-life display must be limited to the school's small "speech zone."

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Related Topix: Mobile, AL

Gawker

Stop Being a Pretentious Disaster Snob

We all know that person. If it's 105 at your house, it's 110 at theirs. If you get two feet of snow, they've got three.

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Related Topix: Natural Disasters, Earthquake, Tornado, Weather

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