15 hrs ago
Ala. man sentenced on child sex abuse charges
Baldwin County prosecutors say a Fairhope man accused of sexually abusing children has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
17 hrs ago
Gulf Shores passes $43M budget focused on reserves, competitive employee pay,...
GULF SHORES, Alabama -- On the heels of news that its Standard & Poor's credit rating was upgraded from AA- to AA , the City Council on Monday approved a $43.5 million budget for fiscal year 2014, sticking with its goal of boosting reserves, keeping employee pay competitive and addressing transportation needs.
Voting for Congress today; take our survey and predict outcome
MOBILE, Alabama - It will be a few more weeks before southwest Alabama officially has representation in the U.S. House of Representatives, but today at least that person will be known.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Daphne council agrees to settle long-standing Lamar billboard lawsuit; digital sign coming
A digital sign owned by Lamar Co. is shown in this 2006 Press-Register file photo near the intersection of Ala.
Fairhope man charged in snatch and run robberies
A Fairhope man is in the Baldwin County Corrections Center under a $2 million bond after his arrest in connection with two snatch and run robberies.
Rouses Markets hosting job fairs in Mobile Dec. 18-19
MOBILE, Alabama - If a new job is at the top of your wish list, Christmas might come just a little early for some residents of Mobile and Baldwin counties.
Sun Dec 15, 2013
New bosses have the same old task
New Mobile Police Chief James Barber, with new Mayor Sandy Stimpson, has a big task of cleaning up the city.
Fri Dec 13, 2013
California man accused of defrauding a convicted Baldwin County fraudster
John Thomas Childs IV, 46, was booked into the Baldwin County Corrections Facility on Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2013.
After 17 years, man guilty of sex abuse in Baldwin County
A man who fled the country in 1998 before his child sex abuse trial was to begin was found guilty Friday afternoon of five sex abuse-related charges.
Neediest Families: This mom's 'Christmas miracle' is having a home for the holidays
Brittney Cloy is in the manager training program at McDonald's in Foley. FOLEY, Alabama -- It seemed like any other weekend for Brittney Cloy.
Daphne assistant coach, paralyzed in accident, wins statewide award for employees with disabilities
Daphne High School assistant football coach Jacy Todd was recognized on Dec. 12 at the Baldwin County school board meeting for winning the "Employee of the Year - Large Business" honor from the Alabama GovernoraA A s Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Foley police investigate second armed robbery this month
FOLEY, Alabama -- Sports 'N More on Alabama 59 was the scene of an armed robbery Thursday morning and despite an hour-long search, the suspect remains at large, according to police.
Salvation Army finds gold coin in red kettle collection container outside Daphne Walmart
A South African Krugerrand was found Thursday morning after it was dropped into a Salvation Army kettle outside Walmart in Daphne.
$500K bond for man accused in wreck before Christmas parade
Bond has been set at $500,000 for a man accused of hitting a pedestrian Saturday in Robertsdale and then leaving the scene.
State Rep. Alan Baker announces re-election bid to House seat covering Baldwin, Escambia
A retired educator who represents parts of Escambia and Baldwin counties, Baker said he would focus on jobs and economy if re-elected.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Enticed by whiter, more conservative district, Republicans jump to challenge state Sen. Keahey
A member of one of Baldwin County's oldest families this week joined a growing field for an Alabama state Senate seat that suddenly has become a top Republican target after redistricting.
Two Fairhope teens arrested in connection to string of residential, vehicle burglaries
Mason Murphy, 18, left, and Pelham Nobles, 19, both of Fairhope, face charges related to 13 residential and vehicle burglaries that took place in September and October in Fairhope.
Fairhope teen indicted in 5-year-old's deaths wants youthful offender status
A Fairhope teen who was indicted in September on five charges, including reckless murder in the death of a 5-year-old girl, wants to be treated as a youthful offender.
Foley adds kayak, fishing access for public at new Wolf Creek Park with more work ahead
FOLEY, Alabama -- Nestled in a quiet, wooded area on the city's southeastern edge lies the 25-acre Wolf Creek Park, the newest addition to Foley's park system.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Historic board making plans to take over Swift-Coles house
The operation of the Swift-Coles Historic Home will become the responsibility of the Baldwin County Historic Development Commission on Feb. 5. The Baldwin County Historic Development Commission is in the process of crafting a plan to run the Swift-Coles Historic Home in Bon Secour.