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Fake ring Alabama News
Alabama woman receives mystery ring in mail, warns others about 'brushing scam'

A Roanoke woman is warning other online shoppers after she said she was nearly scammed by a gift she received in the mail.

Troy University to receive ‘Moon Tree’ seedling from NASA; Professor hopes to inspire STEM careers

NASA selected Troy University as the recipient of a “Moon Tree” seedling. The loblolly pine seedling flew around the moon on the 2022 Artemis I mission.

Jayden Green Alabama News
BPD homicide detective searching for kidney donor for son

Jayden Green, 20, was diagnosed with chronic kidney disease IgA nephropathy when he was 15 years old. He began complaining about his back hurting then symptoms became worse with a declining kidney function.

Gulf Shores Mayor Robert Craft Alabama News
Gulf Shores mayor, lawmakers meet residents concerned with proposed legislative annexation of Fort Morgan properties

Fort Morgan, in unincorporated Baldwin County, has a special peacefulness residents say they don’t want to be taken away. After a piece of legislation was introduced this session to annex some properties into the city of Gulf Shores, citizens got concerned. They don’t want high rise condos or commercial rental property to take over properties that have not been developed yet.

Darren Baker Alabama News
First officer on scene of Gulf Shores Spring Break shooting honored for 'proactive' policing

Gulf Shores Police officer Darren Baker was honored with Officer of the Month for March 2024, after police said he went above and beyond while responding to a shooting outside of Surf Style on March 27.

Keith Gavin Alabama News
Execution scheduled for man who shot, killed delivery driver at ATM in 1998

William Clinton Clayton, Jr., got off work on March 6, 1998, and headed to the ATM at his Regions Bank branch in Centre to get some cash to take his wife to dinner that night. However, the trip to the bank would be his last.

Mayor Sandy Stimpson Alabama News
Mobile Mayor Stimpson: DOJ requested in MPD investigations before Kenyen Brown hired for review

Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson sent a video message and an email to members ofh te Mobile Police Department. The message addressed criticism of the Kenyen Brown report on policies and procedures.

Fairhope Pride Alabama News
Month-long prayer walk planned leading to Fairhope 'Pride' celebration

A group of Christians in Fairhope plans to walk and pray throughout May ahead of a pride event in city parks on June 1. The Jericho Walk, a coordinated prayer walk, will bring Christians together in those same areas to pray together.

Eagle Forum speaks to nation's largest Turning Point USA chapter at Gulf Shores High School

Eagle Forum of Alabama’s Theresa Hubbard spoke Wednesday to a group of students at Gulf Shores High School. The students are in the Turning Point USA Chapter and have been learning about national and local politics through programs and speaker appearances.

UAB SGA resolution condemns Israel for apartheid, ethnic cleansing, 'plausible genocide'

The UAB Student Government once again made a left turn showing their support for the Palestinian people and calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza.

Mobile Police Department and Government Plaza Alabama News
MPD major sends letter pointing out inaccuracies in 'atrocious' and 'appalling' Kenyen Brown report; Command staff to release analysis

A Mobile Police Department command staff member sent a letter to officers concerning the report on a review of policies and procedures by Kenyen Brown.

Mobile Police Chief Paul Prine City Council Alabama News
'Concern is public trust': MPD report released; Still no movement on removal of police chief, council investigation

The Mobile City Council tabled two resolutions Tuesday concerning the police department. The first resolution was to approve an external investigation into the city administration following Police Chief Paul Prine eluding to possible improprieties. The other was to terminate Prine’s employment.

John Wahl Gavin Newsom ad Alabama News
ALGOP chair Wahl: Newsom TV ad depicting pregnant woman arrested on way to abortion a 'shameless political stunt'

Alabama Republican Party chairman John Wahl called a recent TV ad attacking the state's abortion laws "shameless" and "disgusting."

Atmore News Alabama News
Case dismissed: Newspaper owner, reporter, others cleared of revealing grand jury secrets in Escambia County

Retired Autauga County Circuit Judge Ben Fuller dismissed cases against Escambia County journalists and a school board member after they were charged with revealing grand jury evidence.

Baldwin County Bridge Company Alabama News
Bridge builder: Taxpayers getting a good deal on Baldwin County bridge buy

The sale is expected to be completed sometime in May, at which time the toll will be eliminated.

Mullet Toss Alabama News
‘Fish recognize themselves in mirrors’: PETA asks Flora-Bama to stop throwing fish corpses for Mullet Toss

The Flora-Bama Lounge, Package and Oyster Bar, is gearing up for its 39th Mullet Toss on the Gulf Coast but this year, PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) wants plans to change drastically.

Springville Middle School Alabama News
St. Clair County superintendent: ‘48 genders’ claim taken out of context — 'We're not educating students on multiple genders'

St. Clair County Schools Superintendent Justin Burns responded to claims a substitute teacher told a middle school class there are 48 genders.

The Wharf Orange Beach Marina Alabama News
Diver found dead after cleaning boat at The Wharf in Orange Beach

The Orange Beach Police Department investigated a drowning Saturday after a man cleaning his boat was reported missing.

pride flag students Alabama News
Springville Middle School substitute allegedly tells class there are 48 genders

A man in Springville is livid after he said a substitute teacher told a seventh-grade class there are 48 genders.

Dovetail Landing Alabama News
Dovetail Landing veterans project gets help from Auburn University to house and train vets

Auburn University will be assisting Alabama Veteran in building a tiny home at Dovetail Landing, a residential community and training center for veterans.

Mobile Police Chief Paul Prine Alabama News
Mobile Police Chief Paul Prine leaning on faith, prophesied message that the truth will be revealed

In October 2001, Paul Prine was working as a police officer in Mobile when his life changed forever. While responding to a domestic call, he was shot three times. As he fought for his life, he was sure he was about to lose it. He called out to God and was saved right then and there.

City of Auburn Alabama News
What does a public safety director do? Auburn director explains

The position was questioned in Mobile after Police Chief Paul Prine was put on leave. With several positions between the police chief and the mayor, communication efficiency was questioned and some wondered if the position was necessary.

Prine and stimpson Alabama News
Mobile Mayor Stimpson urges council to swiftly remove Police Chief Paul Prine; Council to also consider third-party investigation into allegations

The Mobile City Council has a full slate on the agenda Tuesday, including two resolutions concerning embattled Police Chief Paul Prine

Dave Thomas Alabama News
Springville mayor hosting ‘family-friendly’ 420 Fest in St. Clair County this weekend

Springville Mayor Dave Thomas is hosting a 420 event on his property in unincorporated St. Clair County. He says while he will not be partaking in marijuana, some people will be

Mountain Gateway Pastors Alabama News
Barry Moore makes another plea to Congress for swift action against persecution of pastors in Nicaragua

U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) addressed House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) Friday from the House floor on behalf of Mountain Gateway, a non-profit that trains pastors and offers relief work in Latin American countries.

Elliott 'thrilled' ALDOT spending $60M on Baldwin County bridge; Says plans may not be concrete

State Sen. Chris Elliott (R-Josephine) says there are still conversations to be had about how to use the Foley Beach Express bridge once ALDOT buys it.

South Baldwin Medical Group Alabama News
South Baldwin Regional denied freestanding ER in Loxley after competition contested Certificate of Need

Loxley Mayor Richard Teal said he is disappointed after the Certificate of Need (CON) Review Board denied South Baldwin Regional Medical Center’s plans for a freestanding emergency department in the city. However, he said the fight for the people is not over.

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