The Spanish Fort Police Department is asking for information to be shared about the man they have dubbed the “TikTok Trickster.”
While Orange Beach, Gulf Shores and Ft. Morgan are popular tourist destinations, the city of Foley is also a big draw for Baldwin County.
The family of a Faith Academy student, who former teacher and soccer coach Jonathan Sauers is accused of having a sexual relationship with, has filed a civil case against the school.
Mobile City Councilman Scott Jones, District 6, announced he is resigning his position in the regular council meeting Tuesday morning.
For five years, Alabama has had a program in place that allows some school administrators to have guns on campus.
The investigation into a deadly officer-involved shooting that happened in the summer of 2022 is completed and the Bay Minette police officer involved will not face prosecution.
The two people killed in a Life Saver helicopter crash Sunday night were identified by authorities in Shelby County.
For coastal communities in south Alabama, Spring Break lasts two months. The months of March and April are considered Spring Break Season, according to Gulf Shores and Orange Beach Tourism.
The Shelby County Sheriff's Office and multiple agencies responded Sunday evening to a deadly helicopter crash.
The state of Alabama generated $10.1 billion in new capital investments in 2022, according to the Alabama Department of Commerce’s 2022 Alabama Economic Development Impact Report.
Months after a fire started underground at a Moody landfill, the Alabama Department of Environmental Management continues to address shortcomings that may have put the public at risk.
The state of Alabama is getting $49,748,522 in the 2023 disbursement of The Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act (GOMESA) funds. GOMESA funds are to be used for coastal conservation, restoration, and hurricane protection.
Due to the impact of social media on children, some Alabama school systems claim they need money for support and training, according to a new lawsuit filed in the Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Los Angeles.
The city of Fairhope has responded to a lawsuit that was filed after a development company was denied applications to build two multi-occupancy housing complexes.
The suspect in the shooting of two Huntsville police officers and a civilian has been identified as Juan Robert Laws, 24.
The remaining dates for preliminary injunction hearings in the Baldwin County Bridge Company (BCBC) lawsuit against the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) director have been changed after both parties agreed they needed more time.
The Common Sense Campaign TEA party's South Baldwin Chapter held a meeting Tuesday at the Foley Public Library to talk about how common sense isn’t so common.
Multiple agencies responded to a scene Tuesday evening after two police officers and a citizen were shot. The officers responded to a shooting call at the Governor's House apartment complex when a subject fired at officers.
Senior pastor Harry Reeder, of Briarwood Presbyterian Church, which is a sister church of Covenant, offered prayer and support.
The City of Mobile is facing challenges in hiring and keeping employees, according to data revealed Tuesday during the regular council meeting. There are currently around 170 vacant positions citywide.
The suspected shooter in a Monday night incident near The Hangout and Gulf Place, in Gulf Shores, has been identified as Rafiq Sh’mare Joel Bradley, 21, of Fairhope.
New video shows a shooting that happened Monday night in Gulf Shores. Police were first called to the area of The Hangout and Gulf Place around 9 p.m. A suspect was taken into custody, and one victim was transported to the hospital.
Gulf Shores police are on the scene of a shooting that took place Monday night at The Hangout on Beach Boulevard.
An Alabama man is back home after a weekend full of challenges in his mission to bring relief to tornado survivors in Amory, Miss.
Several of those arrested in Washington on January 6, families of those arrested and supporters gathered Saturday in west Mobile County to tell their stories and garner support for those they call “J6ers.”
Though Alabama's motto, as often stated by Gov. Kay Ivey, is "Alabama is open for business," occupational licensing is making it difficult and expensive for many workers to join the labor force in the Yellowhammer State.
The Eagle Forum of Alabama and the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) came together Friday for a forum at Government Street Baptist Church in, Mobile. The forum focused on LGBTQ initiatives set forth by the city of Mobile.