The city of Mobile has approved draft lease agreements and intergovernmental agreements concerning Ladd-Peebles Stadium, but negotiations with the Mobile County School system have stalled.
The Claremont Institute recently published a new study outlining diversity, equity and inclusion policy and programs at the University of Alabama and Auburn University.
Sgt. John Young with Mobile Police Department held a special event Monday to bury the “n-word.”
The City of Mobile has amended its Municipal Court code to bring it up to date and allow all people to work off their fines.
“Saying this is taxation without representation and this is the way for them to be included is a distortion of what they’re really trying to do."
The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) says a story reported in the Birmingham market and repeated across multiple media platforms was false and inaccurate.
It’s been nearly 60 years since the Flora-Bama got its start on the Alabama-Florida line. The business has undergone ownership changes and major additions but has kept an atmosphere of comradery and love for others. Ask anyone who has been to the Gulf Coast, and they have heard of the Flora-Bama.
Each year, more and more people flock to Gulf Shores for the week of Independence Day. More people means more fun but also more incidents.
The Daphne Police Department announced the arrest of a suspect in the shooting death of a Taziki’s Mediterranean Café worker.
The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) said a trooper tried to pull over a 2018 Dodge Ram 3500 truck on Interstate 65 around 2:26 p.m.
Three of the 47 defendants in a federal lawsuit alleging a widespread and sophisticated racketeering scheme in Jefferson County are asking to be removed from the case.
The Alabama Attorney General’s Office announced the murder conviction of a Foley woman will be upheld after the case was appealed.
U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) visited with Baldwin County leaders Wednesday to talk shop and to share ideas.
The Gulf Shores Planning Commission meeting was packed Tuesday as the Commission discussed a Conditional Use Plan (CUP) proposed by the existing sewer company. Representatives for the sewer company were able to speak their case, but in the end, the Planning Commission resisted an expansion at the facility.
The city of Mobile approved a 99-year lease agreement with the Mobile County Board of Education Tuesday. The lease price will be $1 for the entire term. However, the deal is not set in stone until the BOE approves the agreement.
After working with the State of Alabama Department of Education, the Orange Beach School System has been cleared of owing millions to the Education Foundation Program.
Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson released a video Monday showing the positive aspects of annexation for areas west of Mobile.
Summerdale Police Chief Kevin Brock is on administrative leave following an investigation into personal matters.
Fultondale PD worked with Covenant Rescue Group, a non-profit founded by former Jefferson County Sheriff candidate Jared Hudson and his wife. The group rescues victims and helps arrest suspects of human trafficking.
The Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office is spreading the word about dangerous rip currents and water safety after several incidents in the Gulf of Mexico this week.
The Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission was ordered Friday to stop issuing licenses to growers and distributors.
After years of service to Alabama, Gov. Kay Ivey’s Office of Information Technology Secretary Marty Redden is retiring and Ivey's office announced his replacement on Friday. Secretary Mark Redden was appointed by Ivey in July 2019.
The Baldwin County Coroner’s Office identified a man who drown in the Gulf of Mexico while trying to save his son.
The city of Mobile’s LGBTQ liaisons and the Southwest Alabama Inclusion Project gathered Thursday for a “Queer Town Hall.”
The Dauphin Island Town Council is asking for name suggestions for two beaches in the Sunset Capital of Alabama.
In the teen section of the Fairhope Public Library, there are books that address inherent racism, suicide ideation, LGBT issues and teenage sexuality. For Pride Month, several of these books were put on display. Now, some parents are taking action to ensure no one can check out the titles.
An official with the Houston County Board of Registrars has been removed following suspicion she was involved in allowing voters to register fraudulently, the Secretary of State’s Office announced.