Sen. Chris Elliott (R-Josephine), who previously served as a Baldwin County Commissioner, hopes to add a fifth commissioner seat, in the shape of a full-time chairman who would be elected in 2024. But not everyone is in favor of that plan.
A former officer with the Centre Police Department is charged with conspiracy to commit a controlled substance crime-distribution after investigators said he unlawfully handled and planted evidence.
The man accused in a quadruple homicide that happened on Feb. 22 in Daphne will have a preliminary hearing later this month.
Tarrant Mayor Wayman Newton has gotten some positive news from the courts after being acquitted of two criminal charges against him.
The judge in the case of Baldwin County Bridge Company, LLC v. John R. Cooper, in his official capacity as director of the Alabama Department of Transportation extended a deadline for both parties to submit proposed orders.
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Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson’s administration presented a proposal Tuesday for annexation that has been discussed and studied for months.
The sister of a man killed in an officer-involved shooting in Mobile addressed the city council Tuesday and got a response from city leadership on search warrant policies.
A year after Carnival Ecstasy pulled out of Mobile, a new option will be docking in the Port City.
The Jefferson County Coroner’s Office has confirmed 488 deaths in 2022 were drug overdose fatalities.
A Montgomery attorney was sentenced to five years probation after pleading guilty to financial exploitation of the elderly.
A deputy athletic director for the University of Alabama is facing a domestic violence charge after being arrested just after midnight Sunday by Tuscaloosa Police.
Tarrant Mayor Wayman Newton has put the police chief on administrative leave until further notice, and although he isn't commenting on why, more information surrounding friction between the two has been revealed.
A judge could make a decision as early as Friday on whether to halt a bridge project in Baldwin County.
A Safety Investigation Team from Fort Novosel, in Dale County, is leading the investigation into the collision of two U.S. Army helicopters in Alaska.
The production of Golden Flake snack food in Alabama will end in early July, the company confirmed.
A small business in south Alabama is making waves across the nation. Vanguard Pacific, a woman-owned and service-disabled veterans construction business, was started by former Navy Lt. Sydney Cody, of Foley.
A Wednesday stroll turned into a nightmare for two women on Hillcrest Avenue in Wedowee.
Baldwin County is known for tourism with its beautiful beaches and condos along the Gulf Coast. But it is also the highest contributor of sales tax revenue for the state, per capita.
The three adults charged in the shooting deaths of four people at a Sweet 16 party in Dadeville have been denied bond based on Aniah’s Law.
The suspected shooter in a March 27 incident near The Hangout and Gulf Place in Gulf Shores is asking for a reduced bond, claiming he is not a flight risk.
Details emerged in court this week in the shooting death of four young people at a Sweet 16 birthday party in Dadeville on April 15. Six people were charged with four counts of reckless murder. The three adults and three juveniles were all charged as adults.
The Mobile Police Department released information about scammers who are posing as employees of the police department and threatening to arrest people.
All parties in a federal lawsuit filed against the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office have reached a settlement.
The cause of death of a Great Hammerhead shark that washed ashore in Orange Beach on April 20 cannot be determined.
An outpatient surgery center could be coming to Morgan County, if the Certificate of Need (CON) board approves it.
There has been “widespread sensationalized and inflammatory speculation” surrounding the Dadeville Sweet 16 party shooting, according to an attorney for one of the suspects.