The Foley City Council heard stern words from resident Jack Green Monday night.
Several people have signed up to speak at the Mobile City Council meeting Tuesday to request the release of body camera footage.
A former soldier who was found guilty of capital murder in the May 19, 2019, killing of Auburn Police officer William Buechner, was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
The City of Foley responded to a call to action from a concerned citizen who is asking for a closer look at what is offered to children and young adults in the Foley Library.
For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son. That whosoever believeth in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. – John 3:16
The city of Fairhope announced it will go into Phase II of its water conservation ordinance on Monday, August 21. The city has been under Phase III of the ordinance since August 7 due to high water usage and lack of rain, according to city officials.
A former soldier was found guilty of capital murder in the May 19, 2019 killing of Auburn Police officer William Buechner. Grady Wilkes, 33, now faces the death penalty.
Not long after Alabama Power announced plans to build a new hydroelectric facility on Chandler Mountain, residents nearby became concerned. Fran Summerlin led the charge by creating Save Chandler Mountain, an organization with around 3,500 participants calling on the project to be stopped.
Shinhwa Auto USA Corp. announced a $114 million expansion at its Auburn plant that will create 50 jobs.
The tax would be anywhere from one to four cents per gallon.
The Baldwin County Commission appointed a new Emergency Management Agency director Tuesday.
The woman accused of faking her own abduction will soon face a judge. Carlee Russell is scheduled to appear in Hoover Municipal Court on October 11, according to reports.
The Fairhope City Council voted to change the water conservation ordinance after experiencing challenges during the current Phase III of the ordinance.
Only 50 harvest permits were granted to alligator hunters in Alabama’s Coastal Management Area, which includes Mobile and Baldwin Counties. Just a few days in, a Mobile man caught and killed a massive alligator in Mobile County.
A brief filed Sunday in Alabama’s redistricting case claims the proposed congressional map takes away the power of the black vote in Mobile County and gives it to the white vote in Baldwin County.
The director of the Foley Public Library says he would not remove a book deemed inappropriate by some from the children's or young adults section because he is against censorship and constitutional rights.
The Florence Police Department released body camera video to show officers' actions were justified during an arrest that went viral on social media.
Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson announced Friday the LGBTQ+ liaison positions have been discontinued after months of debate and concerns throughout the community.
A man has died days after being beaten by a mob outside a bar in Atmore, according to multiple reports.
The city of Pinson is mourning the death of a high school student that passed away Thursday.
Williams and others checked out several LGBTQ books from the children’s and young adult section Thursday. They say they plan to look through them to get a better understanding of what children in Foley are being exposed to.
An investigation into possible voter fraud in Michigan revealed a connection with former Democratic U.S. Sen. Doug Jones.
On May 19, 2019, Auburn Police officer William Buechner, 37, lost his life while on duty. Now, the man charged with capital murder in his death is on trial in Lee County.
When former President Donald Trump came to Alabama on August 4 to speak at the Alabama GOP dinner, he was met by Gregg Phillips, an Alabama native who has made national headlines during his quest to out voter fraud and ensure election integrity.
At Fairhope Middle School, counselors say they take bullying very seriously but want students and parents to know the difference between bullying, being rude and being mean.
A Birmingham woman is hospitalized with a rare and painful skin disorder caused by an allergic reaction to medication. Now, doctors say if she survives, the road to recovery will be long.
The University of South Alabama was established on May 3, 1963. Tuesday, the Mobile City Council celebrated the school’s 60th anniversary with a resolution.