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15 hrs ago | Alabama Live
That's right, you almost missed it. You were, I reckon, still complaining about the cold of January during those 14 days in late February and early March when we had temperatures in the 70s.
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19 hrs ago | Pensacola News Journal
The National Weather Service in Mobile has issued several weather warnings this morning.
The Mobile County school board is exploring the idea of signing a contract with Cenergistic, a Texas-based company that helps school districts reduce their energy costs and takes its fee as a percentage of the savings.
The two suspects in a deadly Coden shooting received no bond Thursday morning, March 13. Saraya Atkins, 20, of Michigan and her alleged accomplice, 25-year-old Kymberli Lindsay, of Mobile, appeared in Judge Bob Sherling's courtroom while family and friends watched.
BALDWIN COUNTY, Alabama -- Out of $11 billion spent by more than 24 million visitors in Alabama in 2013, $3.2 billion came from Baldwin County alone, according to preliminary estimates released this month by the Alabama Tourism Department.
The Baldwin County Sheriff's Office is trying to identity the man pictured above.
Pete Blohme poses for a portrait in Panini Pete's restaurant in Fairhope, Ala., in this 2011 Press-Register file photo.
A man found dead at his Foley home in 2009 died after his throat was cut, according to an affidavit.
A sign marks the spot for a planned Catholic high school in Fairhope along Dick Higbee Road off Alabama state route 181 in Baldwin County on March 12, 2014.
The Drug Education Council's Red Ribbon Leadership Awards were announced Tuesday during a ceremony at the Mobile County Sheriff's Office.
Among the things that the money can used for is hurricane protection, but the county needs to know for sure that includes a hurricane evacuation route, said David Conner, who serves as Baldwin County's attorney.
Gulf Shores police spokesman Officer Josh Coleman said the problems that have cropped up since check-ins on Saturday are standard ones such as underage drinking.
Want to learn more about the art of glassmaking? Rene Culler, assistant professor at the University of South Alabama, will give a presentation on USA's glass program on Thursday, March 13, at Government Street Presbyterian Church's lunch forum.
According to the Alabama Department of Transportation, the boat fell off a trailer on the Bayway at the 34-mile marker sometime after 10:30 a.m. Monday, blocking both westbound lanes.